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Paul Peachey is Crime Correspondent at the Independent

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Dermot Norridge said he was ordered by senior child protection staff to stop sending emails about one of the child victims

Oxford whistleblower's attempt to protect young victim of a sadistic gang went unheeded

‘I can’t see how they can say senior managers didn’t know about abuse...’

Harvey Proctor, who quit as an MP in 1987, said yesterday he had never been to any sex parties

Harvey Proctor: Former MP denies sex allegations as his house is searched

Former Conservative MP admitted gross indecency in the 1980s

Seven out of the nine men on trial in 2013 were found guilty of abusing girls in Oxford - two were acquitted of all charges

Oxford officer was silenced over sex abuse fears

Police treated abuse victims as if they were 'wayward girls', report says

Oxford grooming: 370 children abused by gangs after senior police and social workers ignored 'very difficult girls'

Email warned: 'I don’t know what more can be done to ensure that these vulnerable mispers [missing persons] are treated as a priority inquiry until one of them is found dead'

Adam Johnson has been suspended by his club, Sunderland

Adam Johnson arrested: England player questioned over allegations of sex with girl aged 15

Police were searching his £1.8m home in County Durham

26-year-old 'Jihadi John' is believed to have left Britain in 2012-13

Mohammed Emwazi: Jihadi John's mother might have known his identity seven months ago

Ghania Emwazi recognised her son’s voice when he appeared for the first time

CCTV images of the three British girls who left for Turkey nearly two weeks ago at Istanbul bus station, from where they travelled to Urfa near the Syrian border

60 young British women have left to become jihadi brides

CCTV images of the three British girls who left for Turkey nearly two weeks ago at Istanbul bus station, from where they travelled to Urfa near the Syrian border

'Jihadi John': Spotlight on control orders as more details emerge of killer’s life

Neighbours said the Isis killer prayed up to five times a day at a mosque close to his home in west London before he enrolled at Westminster University

He reportedly told friends that he intends to spend a year fighting alongside the Kurdish Peshmerga

British Army soldier 'travels to join fight against Isis'

The soldier, aged 19, is on leave from his Cyprus-based regiment

Chief reporter at the Croydon Advertiser Gareth Davies

Police gave journalist investigating fraudster a harassment warning

Reporter seeks to clear his name – and warns that his case is an example of a chilling threat to press freedom

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