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Andrew Hutchinson's crimes came to light after he was arrested for voyeurism in November 2013 for illicitly filming young girls

Nurse jailed for 18 years after admitting string of 'depraved' sexual assaults including rape of unconscious patients

Hutchinson's crimes were discovered when he was arrested for voyeurism after filming girls as young as nine at a leisure centre

Susan Blatchford pictured circa 1970

'Babes in the Wood' murders: Paedophile Ronald Jebson dies 'secretly' in hospital

Jebson was serving three life sentences for murdering three children

Photo issued by South Wales Police of Tracey Woodford, whose dismembered body was found at a flat in south Wales

Tracey Woodford murder: Man charged with murder after dismembered remains found in flat

Christopher May, 50, has been charged with murder and is due to appear at Pontypridd Magistrates' Court on Monday

Janner was an MP in 1991 when he was accused of child abuse by the paedophile Frank Beck

Lord Janner prosecution: NSPCC head demands that child abuse case against Labour peer be reopened

Lord Janner will not stand trial, despite there being enough evidence to charge him with 22 child sex offences, because of the severity of his dementia

Britain's 'worst bank thief' steals Marie Curie cancer donation fund

Police search for information in relation to a charity donation box going missing from a bank

Sofyen Belamouadden murder: The inside story of a crime that horrified Britain

It is five years since the schoolboy was murdered in Victoria Station. His mother Naima talks to Joshi Herrmann about that terrible day

John Pat Cunningham was just 27 when he was killed

Former soldier charged in connection with death of disabled Northern Irish man in 1974

Dennis Hutchings appeared in court today and has been granted bail

50-year-old man arrested in connection with the incident remains in custody

Murder investigation launched in South Wales after officers discover 47-year-old woman's body

50-year-old man arrested in connection with the incident remains in custody

Dr Eireann Kerr had her drink spiked by a stranger during a Christmas party in Londonderry in December

Colleagues support GP who assaulted police after being spiked with 'date rape' drug

There is a petition calling for her conviction to be overturned

Saunders’ supervision of the non-prosecution of Lord Janner has left her looking like a lame-duck chief prosecutor

Lord Janner: How the Director of Public Prosecutions should have handled the Labour peer

Saunders’ calamitous supervision of the non-prosecution of Lord Janner has left her looking like a lame-duck chief prosecutor

Karen Buckley, 24, from Cork, died after going missing earlier this month

Karen Buckley: Nurse was 'struck with spanner and covered with corrosive substances'

Ms Buckley went missing after a night out

Traders in the Chicago Mercantile Exchange, one of the markets targeted by Navinder Singh Sarao Scott

The next Hound of Hounslow could do far worse damage: If a man working in the suburbs can wipe billions off the markets, what does the future hold?

Michael Lewis, the renowned Wall Street chronicler, says the next ‘Hound of Hounslow’ could do far worse damage

Abdul-Hadi Arwani was found dead in his car earlier this month.

Abdul Hadi Arwani: Police investigating murder charge man with possession of explosive substance

Abdul Hadi Arwani was found dead in his car

Tower Hamlets’ elected mayor Lutfur Rahman is accused of rigging the ballot

Lutfur Rahman consulting human rights lawyers and vows expulsion from office is 'not the end'

Rahman was found to have committed multiple breaches of electoral law in his campaign last year to be re-elected mayor of Tower Hamlets

A man has been jailed for sharing Isis' propaganda magazine

Isis: Bradford man jailed for sharing extremist group's Dabiq propaganda magazine on his Facebook page

The judge said the jail term was intended as a "deterrent" to others

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