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Prosecution says soap star was lying when he denied sexually abusing five girls

The case of the 'predatory' 13-year-old abuse victim and the perpetrator who escaped jail

It is to be hoped the Attorney-General will increase this man's sentence on appeal. However, it’s the reasoning behind the decision that is most worrying.

Attorney General Dominic Grieve has agreed to look into the case after a 13-year-old girl was described as a sexual 'predator'

Judge calls victim, 13, a 'sexual predator': Outcry as 41-year-old man walks free after admitting sex with girl

Attorney General to consider whether to ask Court of Appeal if suspended eight-month jail sentence was unduly lenient

Sites close after arrest of Irishman accused of being 'largest facilitator' of child abuse images in the world

Parts of the internet’s dark side suffer as man is jailed in Dublin, pending US extradition hearing

Glasgow City Council lost two laptops, one of which contained personal information on more than 20,000 people

Hackers redirect internet users to 'the most severe' images of child abuse

Internet Watch Foundation says it has received 227 of 'hijacked' sites in the last six weeks

Grandmother charged with murder after allegedly rubbing methadone on child's gums

Baltimore police say she administered the powerful drug to both of her grandchildren

Marina Berlusconi, 46, is reportedly an intimidating boss

The heiress-apparent: Silvio Berlusconi lines up daughter to take control of his political party

Comparisons to the Kennedys and the Bushes are exaggerated, but if Silvio Berlusconi’s criminal conviction makes it politically impossible for him to continue at the head of his party after the summer, there is a strong chance that another Berlusconi will take his place – Marina Berlusconi, his eldest daughter, who at present heads both Fininvest, his financial holding company, and Mondadori, Italy’s biggest book publisher, acquired by her father in controversial circumstances.

Daniel died following a sustained campaign of violence at the hands of his mother and her partner

Children’s services head urged to quit over failure to stop abuse and murder of Daniel Pelka, as mother and partner await sentence

The head of the children’s services department accused of failing to prevent the death of the four-year-old schoolboy Daniel Pelka was still in his job last night despite growing calls for him to stand down.

The Scales of Justice above the Old Bailey

Two jurors jailed for contempt of court over use of internet during trials

One posted Facebook comments that he wanted to 'F*** up a paedophile' and the other Googled a case

Microsoft introduces Bing pop-up warning for child abuse search terms

The search engine will now warn users when they are in danger of accessing illegal material

“I’m better off dead” 11 year-old Nada al-Ahdal on child marriage

A video made by 11 year-old Yemeni girl Nada Al-Adhal speaking about child marriage has gone viral.

One of the former jurors is accused on commenting about the case they were trying on Facebook

Juror who posted paedophile trial on Facebook denies contempt of court

The modern-day perils of using the internet while serving on a jury were all too evident today as two former jurors were brought before the High Court.

Don't ban 'rape porn' - introduce more porn with negotiation and boundary-setting

Banning rape porn will not make it go away, but send it underground where we are less able to observe the safety of performers

This article wouldn’t get past a public filter, Mr Cameron

In 20 years of internet use, I’ve never once stumbled on images or videos of child abuse

David Cameron announced that possessing pornography that depicts simulated rape is to become a criminal offence in England and Wales as he pledges to make Britain a place where there is a 'sense of right and wrong'

David Cameron to announce crackdown on violent internet porn

Prime Minister urges internet giants to ‘blacklist’ search terms and pledges to step up fight against extreme material

Respectability: Rocks Lane in Barnes, London, former haunt of an alleged paedophile ring

Elm Guest House investigation: Former senior cabinet minister faces rape investigation

CPS considers charges as police looking into guesthouse paedophile ring broaden their inquiry

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