Kevin Rawlinson

Kevin Rawlinson is a reporter at The Independent, writing about technology, and social media and protests/riots.

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Local community representatives and faith leaders lay flowers near the scene of the killing of Lee Rigby's murder

Drummer Lee Rigby's family reject 'extremist' groups using Woolwich murder for political gain

Family statement: 'Lee would not want people to use his name as an excuse to carry out attacks against others'

Mark Bridger says he he accidentally killed April Jones

The dark side of the internet: How to combat online child pornography in wake of April Jones murder trial

After Mark Bridger was revealed to have had a ‘library’ of violent and child porn, campaigners have called for an online crackdown on the availability of such perverse images. Kevin Rawlinson assesses the effectiveness of the possible options

BNP leader Nick Griffin urges supporters to ignore police ban on planned march at scene of Drummer Lee Rigby's brutal murder

BNP leader tweets: 'Ignore reports of march ban. See you there on Saturday'

The Archbishop of York John Sentamu has been treated for prostate cancer

Archbishop of York, John Sentamu, treated for prostate cancer

Primate of England will be 'out of action for some time' after operation

'For a corporation there is no such thing as personal ethics': Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak says companies should be taxed the same as 'the little man'

Tech pioneer says companies should be taxed on all of their revenues, under a system similar to income tax

English Defence League supporters demonstrating outside Downing Street on Monday

Woolwich attack: Anti-fascist groups plan counter-demos as EDL marches spread across Britain

Hackers target far-right group in retaliation for ‘capitalising’ on Drummer Lee Rigby’s death

Lydd Airport (also known as London Ashford Airport) had fewer than 500 passengers in 2011

Airport expansion on ‘vital’ nature reserve to be challenged in court

RSPB and locals will fight to protect marsh used by migratory birds at Dungeness

Oxford child sex gang victim tells her story: ‘It seemed normal, but it wasn’t – I was a child’

It started with a “honeymoon period”. She met Mohammed Karrar and he was kind to her, showing her the affection she never felt she had and buying her gifts. Most of all, he made her feel like she had the control over her life that seemed to come so easily to her peers.

Hertford Bridge seems a world away from the seedier districts

Oxford child sex gang: ‘You think it is going to be a nice middle-class town but it does have a dark side as well’

To most visitors, Oxford is a city of sleepy academia and splendid architecture. 

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