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BT joins TalkTalk and Sky in introducing filtering by default following pressure from the PM

Editorial: Internet witch-hunts must simply be ignored

To deny the accusations bandied online is to give them undeserved recognition

'Trial by Twitter': No 10 attacks Schofield for ambushing Cameron with 'paedophile' list

Downing Street has denounced “trial by Twitter” and a “silly stunt” by the ITV presenter Phillip Schofield who ambushed David Cameron live on air by handing him an internet-sourced list of suspected paedophiles - causing a shocked Prime Minister to complain of a “witch hunt” against gay people.

Drop this Great British fetish with childhood

For all the outcry over deviant stars, most abuse is committed by someone known to the child.

Two more stars could be named in Jimmy Savile scandal

Two more stars could be named in Jimmy Savile scandal

Two more as yet unnamed celebrities have reportedly been implicated in sexual abuses allegations stemming from the Jimmy Savile paedophilia scandal.

The Savile accusations are sickening, but not surprising - rape is more common than we admit

The police were informed of accusations towards Savile, but nobody acted. Estimates suggest that many more women are subjected to sexual assault than we realise.

A 1999 photograph of Jimmy Savile

Former BBC Governor Sir Roger Jones' shock confession: 'We wouldn't let Jimmy Savile near Children in Need'

The former head of Children in Need has revealed that paedophiles target the annual charity appeal "just like flies around the honey pot" and that Jimmy Savile was banned from any association with the telethon.

Jimmy Savile: Asked by the Radio 1 controller about the rumours, he is said to have replied: “That’s all nonsense.”

Police 'did not link' Jimmy Savile claims

Abuse allegations made against Jimmy Savile while he was alive could have been linked to show “a pattern of behaviour”, Scotland Yard's commissioner said today.

The charity's mascot, Pudsey

Children in Need asked to apologise over Savile's roles in TV appeals

The BBC was coming under pressure last night over its Children in Need charity, with executives being warned that the Jimmy Savile scandal makes it important the corporation prioritise donations to help victims of sexual abuse.

Ian Birrell: Our chance to have better police

Are you excited about the prospect of voting next month for your local police chief? I suspect not; you may not even realise polls are taking place in most parts of the country. Ministers are bracing themselves for turnouts that could be in single figures, which would be a shocking verdict on one of the Government's major reforms.

Schools should think twice before banning parents from the sports-field

There may have been problems at Lea Valley High School we don't know about - otherwise the attempt to ban parents from school games is ludicrous

A CCTV image, released by Sussex Police earlier this week, of Jeremy Forrest and Megan Stammers on a ferry from Dover to Calais

Megan Stammers and Jeremy Forrest found, hand in hand, after eight days that felt like a lifetime

Teacher and 15-year-old Megan Stammers are tracked down by French police in Bordeaux

Pete Townshend explains child porn searches

Rock legend Pete Townshend has opened up for the first time about his arrest in 2003 on suspicion of using child pornography. Speaking to the Times, the Who guitarist described his decision to investigate as a result of "white knight syndrome".

Pete Townshend fears innovation will be lost unless digital music providers work like record labels

Pete Townshend speaks out about his child pornography investigation

Rock legend Pete Townshend has described his decision to investigate the roots of child pornography as “insane”.

A threat to child welfare, so why isn't the government listening?

If the Government replaces proper regulation of childminders with "affordable quality", our children will no longer be safe

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