Members of the East London Strippers Collective campaign group have seen the rise and fall of the 'bonaza era' of exotic dancing, and they say women are the ones suffering
'We are very worried and we're waiting for the Government to do something about it'
Legal opinion submitted to House of Lords opens possibility Article 50 could be revocable once triggered
Sir Elihu Lauterpacht lived an extraordinary life as a lawyer and teacher who inspired students to see international law as a calling – not simply a job to be done
The policy has provoked backlash around the world, amid concerns it unfairly targets Muslims
Decision comes days after Donald Trump's inauguration and a year after prosecution of German comic who wrote crude poem about Turkish President
Exclusive: Department for Exiting European Union refusing to reveal how much May’s legal battles over Brexit have cost the public purse
Judges find Prime Minister does not have sufficient authority to enact Brexit alone but must consult MPs
If you cheat on your partner with someone of the same sex, it's not considered adultery - even if you're in a same-sex marriage
The local health department is said to have agreed to the proposal by the Russian Orthodox Church
Four men reportedly entered the girl's home and forcibly kidnapped her before carrying out the attack
Senate leader says state officials are 'very, very serious' about defending values of Californians
The bill will now be sent to committee stage for further consideration, bringing it one step closer to becoming law
Conservative MP says focus on violence against women but not men is 'discriminatory'
Exclusive: UN Women’s Goodwill Ambassador Emma Watson has signed an open letter published in The Independent calling on the British Government to ratify the Istanbul Convention
The woman was reportedly found unconscious and face down in her own vomit following the attack