Child abusers tend not to pretend they are children, can often be very polite but some move alarmingly quickly
Children as old as seven are wetting themselves in class
What's in a name? Potentially your child's future.
Sidebars of shame are usually the Daily Mail’s thing, but it’s good to see that the Sunday Times is muscling in on some of that action – because shaming women is a big job concerning half of the entire world’s population, so one newspaper can hardly be expected to answer that calling alone
Justice minister says law must provide more safeguards for fathers in paternity cases
‘To some extent the government don’t help. They’ve made it a low-wage industry,’ says a member of the National Day Nurseries Association
Judges divided amid fears girls could be 'at risk' with new stepfather
Academics claim parenting styles can have a big impact on children's ability and readiness to bend the truth
'It's a scare tactic. It says, If you leave we have all the money power and resources to fight you and ensure your children stay within the community are alienated from you'
'There's less risk involved than using a stranger. It's still in the family,' explains 25-year-old Samuel
'There is no objection if the person making this choice is an informed adult. A problem arises when children are involved'
Law comes as Israel criticised by UN committee over treatment of Palestinian children
Boy reportedly still reluctant to attend school after the incident
Anthony Weiner, the disgraced former candidate for NYC mayor, declares: 'I'd come out of retirement just to beat Donald Trump Jr like a rented mule’
Right now, 2.8 million Syrian children and between 50 and 80 per cent of the 360,000 school-aged refugee children in Lebanon are out of school – even though the biggest single thing we can to stem the tide of extremism is to educate our children
'I received flowers and cards. It was so emotional.'