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Bootle double murder: Police release CCTV footage of suspect in London

Detectives from Merseyside Police are working with the Metropolitan Police to track down Peter Fox after the murder of his mother and sister

The offence of possession of an extreme pornographic image was introduced in 2008 and has resulted in more than 5,500 prosecutions, the majority for clips of bestiality.

Revenge porn law 'will not help victims,' say campaigners

Experts believe lots of cases will fall through the net, and that putting perpetrators on the Sex Offenders Register would be a better deterrent

Police hunt son after mother and daughter killed in Bootle

Officers are warning the public not to approach Peter Fox

Waheed Ahmed, the son of a Labour councillor in Rochdale, on a bus after leaving a police station in Hatay, April 12

Rochdale family detained near Syrian border released without charge following terror probe

Waheed Ahmed, 21, and four relatives were arrested under the Terrorism Act after returning to Britain but have now been freed by police

Lord Macdonald, the former director of public prosecutions

Journalists should not always be prosecuted for paying public officials, says former CPS head

Lord Macdonald said payments can be 'appropriate' and in the public interest

Copster Park, Oldham

Teenager jailed for punching 16-year-old girlfriend in stomach and causing miscarriage

Dusan Bako dragged the seven-month pregnant girl to a park and attacked her

Paul Monk (left) and Jayson McDonald who were featured on the UK's most wanted list, have been captured

Most wanted fugitives Paul Monk and Jayson McDonald arrested in Europe on suspicion of drug trafficking

Paul Monk was watching workmen build his patio when he was arrested

From left, the ‘Sun’ reporters Neil Millard and Tom Wells, and Graham Brough, formerly of the ‘Daily Mirror’, leaving the Old Bailey after they were cleared of charges of paying officials for stories

Operation Elveden: CPS drops charges against nine journalists of making illegal payments to public officials

An urgent review of the £20m probe resulted in the CPS scrapping charges against all but three of the 12 reporters who were still facing trial or retrial

Police outside a property in Wocester Road, Bootle where a woman believed to be in her late 20s, was found dead, while a woman in her 50s was discovered at a property in Brookhill Road in Bootle.

Bodies found in Bootle: Police launch murder investigation after bodies of two women discovered

Merseyside Police is urging anyone with information to come forward

Police are still unsure as to why the disagreement began (YouTube)

Shirtless driver gets rammed by BMW in shocking east London road rage incident - video

The incident took place on Curtain Road near Old Street Station

The scene after burglars raided a vault at the Volksbank in Steglitz, Berlin, on 13 January 2013.

Hatton Garden jewellery thieves may have struck before in £8m raid of Berlin bank vaults

The perpetrators of the 2013 heist at the Volksbank in Berlin were never found

Lord Janner criticised justice system for excusing alleged Nazi war criminal who had dementia

The politician is accused of sexually abusing boys but is deemed too ill to be questioned in court

Karen Buckley, 24, went missing in Glasgow in the early hours of Sunday 12 April

Karen Buckley: Alexander Pacteau appears in court charged with murdering Glasgow student

The student, 24, disappeared from a club in the early hours of Sunday morning

Lord Janner was chairman of the Holocaust Educational Trust and campaigned for justice for the victims of Nazism

Greville Janner: How MPs rallied to defence of Labour peer 'unfairly put through hell by a wicked slur'

Colleagues dismissed allegations when they first emerged but some of his staff saw a darker side

Bradford City FC chairman Stafford Heginbotham (left) with Mr Justice Popplewell, in front of the stand which was burnt at Bradford’s Valley Parade ground in 1985

Bradford City stadium fire: Claims the disaster was started deliberately 'nonsense', according to High Court judge

Tom Peck analyses the many questions raised by the sensational new evidence

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