London's Old Bailey

Secret trial blocked by Court of Appeal

Briefing Thu 12 Jun, AT 10:38

'Core' of terror trial will be secret, but media and public will have access to most proceedings

The Mole

'Sexminster' victim Nigel Evans urges abuse case time limit

Mon 14 Apr, AT 10:10 The Mole

Former Deputy Speaker believes we need statute of limitations – and anonymity for those accused

A young girl waits at a medical centre

Failure to tackle FGM is a 'national scandal', say MPs

One-Minute Read Thu 3 Jul, AT 10:04

MPs criticise schools, police and the CPS and demand a national action plan to end the practice

Fans of Zenit St Petersburg

Anti-gay fans and 'online hooligans' face prosecution

One-Minute Read Fri 23 Aug, AT 12:24

New guidelines target homophobic chants and abuse by football supporters on social media

PC Blakelock: why police have spent 28 years hunting his killer

Wed 24 Jul, AT 12:19 Robert Chesshyre

Flawed conviction of Winston Silcott did not deter police from seeking Broadwater Farm closure

Savile report: DPP apologies to sexual predator's victims

First Reaction Fri 11 Jan, AT 13:06

Director of Public Prosecutions admits police missed three opportunities to stop the late BBC entertainer

Jimmy Savile's sex victims as young as eight, reports shows

One-Minute Read Fri 11 Jan, AT 10:22

Police and NSPCC reveal full extent of sex crimes committed by one of UK's most prolific sex offenders

Andy Coulson, Rebekah Brooks face corrupt payment charges

One-Minute Read Tue 20 Nov, AT 12:51

Former NotW editors among five people to be charged as result of Operation Elveden

Law stinks says businessman held for tackling intruder

One-Minute Read Tue 13 Nov, AT 12:51

Vaughan Jones humiliated after police arrest him for 'assaulting' burglar at his mother's home.

Rochdale sex grooming gang victims to sue social services

Summary Thu 27 Sep, AT 16:03

Review finds that council, police and CPS 'missed opportunities' to stop gang abusing young girls

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