After 14 months of public testimony, Oliver Wright reveals what the Iraq Inquiry has brought to light – and what remains in the dark
Former home secretary says gangs of Pakistani men see young white girls as 'easy meat'
Jack Straw is to step down from frontbench politics after 30 years, he announced today.
A man whose life was ruined after being wrongly imprisoned over allegations that he helped to train five of the 11 September terrorists is to be awarded substantial compensation by the Government.
Carter-Ruck, the most feared firm of libel lawyers in the country, beat a retreat yesterday as information that its client had hoped to suppress was spread across the internet by bloggers and tweeters.
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Film-maker Nashashibi knows all the tricks of her dishonest trade ... and she uses them to unnerving effect
Michael Shields says he is an innocent man. The Government has the power to pardon him – but risks provoking a diplomatic row