News The BBC has been accused of a 'fudge' for the way it has handled the Rod McKenzie case

The BBC has been accused of a “fudge” after moving a senior executive who was the subject of more than 30 complaints over bullying to a new role within the organisation.

Kazakh guard killed 15 and burned border post, says prosecutor

A Kazakh border guard has confessed to killing 14 fellow soldiers and a herder in cold blood at a remote post near the Chinese frontier, prosecutors said today, adding that hazing, or severe bullying, may have prompted the massacre.

Couple jailed for locking their son in coal bunker

A mother and stepfather who forced their 11-year-old son to live in a filthy converted coal bunker have each been jailed for two years.

Laurie Penny: It's not good enough just to want to be in power

Many cling to a sense that if we only wait long enough, fairness and equality will eventually come about

Elliot Turner jailed for 16 years for strangling girlfriend Emily Longley

A judge told a young man who strangled his aspiring model girlfriend in a jealous rage to put away thoughts of "champagne, Bentleys and girls" as she sentenced him to at least 16 years in jail.

Dharun Ravi wipes a tear from his eye as his mother, Sabitha Rav reads a statement during a sentencing hearing for his conviction in using a webcam to invade privacy

Student jailed over webcam video of gay roommate

America divided over 30-day sentence in trial following suicide of Tyler Clementi

Simon Carr: Why play the bully when manly charm is enough?

Sketch: He said he'd defend the accuracy and honesty of his briefings against any journalist's record

Racism, bullying, threats ... daily life of migrant workers

Study reveals inhuman conditions endured by those who are under the control of gangmasters

Katy Guest: PE? It's a lesson in bad feeling

You'll laugh, you'll seethe but you won't want to leave

Jeremy Laurance: Hodgson won’t care, but this could severely affect children

So was the Sun being affectionate? Or hostile? David Yelland, former editor of Britain’s biggest selling tabloid was in no doubt.

Autistic teenager who killed himself suffered years of intimidation at the hands of college bullies

The mother of an autistic teenager who killed himself in front of a train has told an inquest that he suffered years of intimidation at the hands of college bullies.

Amol Rajan: I love Europe. That doesn't mean I have to love the EU

A few of the lovely people we nowadays call trolls took exception to my column on Tuesday, in which I reported the despair felt by Greek people at the austerity being inflicted on them by bigger, richer countries in Western Europe. In saying Athenians want their economic sovereignty returned from Paris and Berlin, I was apparently being Eurosceptic. It's long overdue we interrogated that now-cliched term.

Bullying film's rating lowered

The film-maker behind an anti-bullying documentary has won a battle with censors to have the movie's age certificate lowered, allowing children as young as 13 to see it.

Novak Djokovic beats Murray at the Sony Ericsson Open at Crandon Park Tennis Center in Key Biscayne, Florida

Andy Murray blames service return for Miami Masters defeat to Novak Djokovic

Andy Murray blamed a misfiring return of serve after he suffered final heartbreak at the hands of Novak Djokovic, losing in straight sets at the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami yesterday.

Scissors, Paper, Stone, By Elizabeth Day

An astute novel of bedside manners

Harry Potter actor is jailed

An actor in the Harry Potter films was jailed for two years yesterday for his part in the London riots.

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