Householders will feel 'demoralised and vulnerable' following arrest of Andy and Tracey Ferrie
Plain packets policy more likely to be introduced in Britain after controversial Australian ruling
After 17-year-old is arrested for alleged abuse of British diver, is it only celebrities who are protected?
Twitter rejoices as judge decides there was nothing menacing about 'threat' to blow up airport
Days after being freed from a Scottish prison for his compulsive nudity, Steve Gough is in custody again
Met officer Simon Harwood had history of unproven allegations of excessive force against public
Judge in extradition case steps down over joke to copyright conference suggesting the US is 'the enemy'
Stephen Gough leaves Perth Prison in the nude after six years behind bars for refusing to wear clothes
Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales and Labour MP Tom Watson are the latest to voice their opinions
Michael Moore, Noam Chomsky and Naomi Woolf urge Ecuador to accept WikiLeaks founder's application
WikiLeaks founder claims asylum at Ecuadorian embassy in London - nine days before extradition to Sweden
UN human rights boss Navi Pillay lists Canada alongside Russia for its 'alarming' Bill 78
Supreme Court says WikiLeaks founder must face sex offence charges in Sweden
Ex-Liberian president is convicted by the International Criminal Court of offences including murder and rape
Proposed law allowing Egyptian men to have sex with their dead wives 'would be a catastrophe'
Footballer's team-mate rants at teenage rape victim as others use Twitter to name her
Anger as Home Office officials claim ECHR asked cleric if he was going to appeal deportation to Jordan
Inquiry sets aside three days to hear testimony from Rupert and James amid tightened security
Efforts to deport the radical cleric hinge on whether the Home Office got its dates right
Plans to spy on internet use must be stopped; Google and Facebook might not be around forever