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Dale Bolinger said his motivation for going to Ashford International Station following their agreement to meet was out of concern

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Former Guantanamo Bay detainee pleads not guilty to terror charges

Moazzam Begg denied seven terror offences in connection with the Syrian war

Man, 23, jailed for dousing dog in petrol and setting it alight after it 'bit his finger'

Kirkcaldy Sheriff's Court heard how Alastair Graham, from Fife, killed the Staffordshire bull - he was sentenced to nine months in jail

Lady Justice Hallett said she had found “serious systemic failures”

Inquiry blames ‘systemic failures’ after IRA suspects were wrongly told they were not wanted by police

A judge-led inquiry ordered after an IRA bomb suspect was wrongly given government assurance he was not wanted by UK police, has identified two other cases where similar errors were apparently made.

Landau Forte College academy, where John Holmes was teaching a geography lesson in the summer term of 2012 when he 'jokingly' threatened to kill a pupil with a knife during a 'light-hearted quiz at the end of a lesson'

Derby teacher banned from classroom after pulling knife and ‘jokingly’ threatening to kill pupil for getting answer wrong

John Holmes prohibited from teaching in UK for two years following knife incident

Tulisa Constostavlos drugs trial: 'Fake Sheikh' denies singer's claims he spiked her drink in 'complete manipulation', court hears

"The motive here is in the public interest to expose criminality," Mr Mahmood told the court under cross-examination by Ms. Contostavlos’ barrister

Child sex abuse arrests: Police hold hundreds of suspected paedophiles including doctors, police officers and teachers

More than a million indecent images found on computers of two suspects

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Six ex-News of the World journalists avoid charges for phone hacking

Andy Coulson was convicted in June and jailed for 18 months for conspiracy to hack phones

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Former News of the World journalist posed as a 'big shot' movie mogul to lure singer Tulisa into an alleged plot to supply cocaine, court hears

Ms Contostavlos bragged that she had in her youth been part of a gang which sold crack cocaine

The Supreme Court acknowledged that Mrs Sandiford required a “substantial sum” to pay for legal assistance to help reopen the case

New evidence in case of British woman on death row in Indonesia leads to call for Government to review its blanket ban on providing legal aid

Mrs Sandiford was refused legal funding by the Government and had to rely on supporters' donations

Asher Maslin was ordered to serve a minimum of 24 years in prison (PA)

Hair salon killer Asher Maslin handed life sentence for stabbing ex-girlfriend Hollie Gazzard to death

20-year-old described as having 'the world at her feet'

Tulisa Contostavlos trial: Singer told she was ‘more suitable’ for a film than Keira Knightley and Kate Winslet

The former N-Dubz singer was promised a film career by an undercover Sun reporter

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Westminster child abuse inquiry: Former Met Police detective removed from post 'because he named suspected paedophiles'

Clive Driscoll was investigating abuse at children's homes in the 1980s

Dale Bolinger arriving at Canterbury Crown Court in Kent, where he denies one count of attempting to meet a child under the age of 16 following sexual grooming

Cannibal grooming trial: Dale Bolinger tells court 'I am not deranged'

Nurse's initial police interview reveals memories of 'very domineering' mother

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Michael Jamieson: Why weight of pressure rests easy on his shoulders

The Scottish swimmer is ready for ‘the biggest race of my life’ at the Commonwealth Games
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The truth about conspiracy theories is that some require considering

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