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Scottish independence: Man arrested over votes 'for sale' on eBay

One listing offered buyers chance to own a ‘unique piece of Scottish history’

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George Galloway: Man charged over assault

MP was released from hospital after suffering a suspected broken jaw and rib

The South Yorkshire police force has been accused by inspectors of a cultural disregard for victims of crime

Rotherham abuse scandal: Authorities' decisions to take away babies born to abused girls caused yet more suffering

The report found 'further trauma' was caused to young mothers

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The victim is understood to be in his Fifties

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South Yorkshire Police have been accused of treating victims with contempt

Rotherham child abuse: South Yorkshire Police officers ‘may still be held accountable’

The Chief Constable of South Yorkshire police, David Crompton, apologised to the victims of child-sex exploitation in Rotherham and said officers could still be held accountable for the failures in bringing abusers to justice.

The South Yorkshire police force has been accused by inspectors of a cultural disregard for victims of crime

Rotherham police officer charged with child sex offence

South Yorkshire Police did not reveal the November arrest until Thursday

Fay Hand was sacked by mobile giant EE after office banter got out of hand

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A call centre manager was unfairly dismissed after an outbreak of office “banter” turned nasty and a member of her staff was kicked unconscious by a colleague, a tribunal has ruled.

Dean Mayley (left) had a mental age of nine

Muggers guilty of stabbing man with learning difficulties to death

The mother of a young man with learning difficulties who was murdered for his mobile phone has called for an end to “unacceptable” knife crime as her son’s teenage killers faced life behind bars.

The South Yorkshire police force has been accused by inspectors of a cultural disregard for victims of crime

Rotherham sex abuse officers ‘tried to disprove word of victims’

The police force at the centre of the Rotherham child abuse scandal has been accused by inspectors of a cultural disregard for victims of crime with officers actively trying to disprove allegations of some of the most vulnerable.

South Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Shaun Wright

Rotherham abuse scandal: David Cameron calls for under-fire police commissioner Shaun Wright to 'resign and take responsibility'

In light of increasing pressure on Mr Wright, his deputy has resigned and called on him to follow suit

Tsarnaeva departs court back in October

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Tsarnaeva turned herself into New York City police after 23-year-old woman received bomb threat

A close-up of Jelly Tot sweets

Prescription drugs found on Jelly Tots production line prompts police investigation

The incident occurred at the Nestlé  factory in Newcastle

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