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And, if you do eat meat, he’d treat you like one, too, the former Smiths frontman claims in his latest interview
Crime statistics are to be made more transparent to assuage public fears that many alleged offences are not properly investigated by the police.
From drunken nights out with a llama to testicle-eating fishes, it’s a mixed bag of stories you’ve been sharing on social media in 2013.
Among the top twenty Independent articles you’ve been tweeting and posting on Facebook this year, there are serious reports, ferocious comment pieces, astounding research and a fair few articles that pay tribute to the adage ‘the truth is stranger than fiction.’
Thief tipped off police after watching the tapes, a 64-year-old football coach has now been arrested
The new laws make it illegal for sexually explicit material to be shared with third parties without the consent of the original sender
Hardly any were capable of intelligible speech and many were deaf and blind
The pair used social networks, such as Bebo and Facebook, as well as specialist gay websites to groom boys
They emphasise they had no idea their frontman was a paedophile
David Cameron welcomes measures ahead of Internet Safety Summit this afternoon
Britain and the United States will join forces to tackle child abuse online, David Cameron will announce today at a Downing Street summit with the internet industry and law enforcement agencies.
There is no international consensus on what’s right, but any move to change the law here would be politically impossible
Leading public health advisor to Government says 15-year-olds should be allowed to get support and contraception
Human bones of at least four people have been uncovered at Cap d’Antibes
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford finally admitted he “probably” smoked crack cocaine at a press conference on Tuesday, excusing his behaviour by saying “I was in a drunken stupor at the time.”
We need to think harder about how we target perpetrators
Court of Appeal judges have been asked to decide whether the punishment handed to Neil Wilson was unduly lenient