Last year, the chief prisons inspector called Yarl's Wood 'a place of national concern' following concerns over alleged sexual abuse and intimidation of women detained there
The juror signed the note with a kiss and disclosed details of how the jury had deliberated
The woman's partner is already serving a lengthy sentence on child sexual abuse charges and is also a defendant in the case
An investigation by The Independent revealed thousands of children have disappeared from the education system to be taught at illegal schools where they are at risk of abuse
There are times when the state does need to interfere in religious observance, to protect all its citizens and ensure that all are equal in the eyes the law
Muslim women are much less likely to have a graduate level job than Christian women with the exact same qualifications and are also less likely to receive replies to job applications, researchers found
The Psychoactive Substances Act is due to come into effect on 26 May, but sprialling use among prisoners raises concerns clampdown attempts are proving ineffectual
The research suggests many people still have deep reservations about reporting child abuse concerns
A report into criminalisation of same-sex relationships between women has warned 'corrective rape', forced marriages and other forms of violence are still commonly used against lesbian and bisexual women around the world
Amnesty International have called the conviction 'absurd'
Could vacuuming on a Sunday potentially be illegal?
The news follows recent research which revealed 312,000 children in the UK have such low living standards that they are 'living in destitution'
Data reveals sharp increases in prison violence since the Coalition government came to power in 2010, particuarly marked since the Conservative majority government entered office in 2015
The NBA’s flagship exhibition event is scheduled to be held in the state’s capital Charlotte next February
'LGBT travellers may be affected by legislations passed recently in the states of North Carolina and Mississippi'
The UN's Human Rights Committee, leading MPs and local women issue call after a number of high-profile prosecutions were launched