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Shrien Dewani, who is accused of organising the murder of his wife Anni, has lost a High Court bid to block his extradition to South Africa until he is fit to stand trial.

Social care review into Dartmoor family as ex parter charged with assault

Kathrine Hooper's estranged partner has been charged with attacking her three months ago

Kier wins contract to build new Broadmoor

The construction company Kier is to build a new £115m high-security home for notorious murderers including the Yorkshire Ripper, Peter Sutcliffe.

More than 4,600 men aged 18 to 34 were surveyed in areas of Britain with high gang membership

Most young men in gangs 'suffer psychiatric illness'

Members are four times more likely to suffer from psychosis than young men who are not, say researchers

Emergency hotline should be set up for depressed footballers at risk of suicide, says PFA chairman Clarke Carlisle

PFA and FA to hold urgent talks with Premier League and Football League to improve support for players suffering mental illness

DVD & Blu-ray review: The Village: Series 1, For retail and rental (Entertainment One)

The first six hours of a planned 42 telling the story of a Derbyshire village over the 20th century, and, yes, this first series of Peter Moffat’s drama groaned under its ambition.

Former BBC reporter Russell Joslin

BBC reporter threw himself under bus after 'cover-up' over harassment allegations he made against colleague

Family said BBC managers did too little to help when he contacted them to address the concerns

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A third of children in Britain have had suicidal thoughts

Shocking figures released to mark the launch of mental-health group and its counselling website

BBC Three to air documentary about Frank Bruno's struggle with depression

Frank Bruno's daughter Rachel will present a documentary about her father's struggle with manic depression.

Ian Brady makes himself toast for breakfast and regularly cooks soup from packets, a tribunal has heard

'Hunger striking' Moors murderer Ian Brady's diet: toast for breakfast and packet soup during the day

The Moors murderer Ian Brady, who claims to have been on a 14-year hunger strike, makes himself toast for breakfast and regularly cooks soup from packets, a tribunal heard on Monday.

The top ten: Visual clichés

Mark Wallace asked if I could add pictures to my Banned List of clichés, and nominated the first here. Lloyd Bracey, who teaches TV journalists, persuaded me to ban reporters referencing stormy waters, for example, over footage of the sea. But this is different. This is about reaching for the most obvious image with which to illustrate an abstract subject.

Court artist sketch of Moors Murderer Ian Brady appearing via video at his mental health tribunal

Ian Brady still psychotic, says doctor

The child killer suffers from long-term paranoid schizophrenia which does not "just fade away and die", according to the clinician in charge of his care

Ministers consider ban on face-down restraint in mental hospitals

Ministers will consider a ban on the use of face-down restraint in English mental health hospitals after new figures that show nearly 40,000 incidents of physical restraint were recorded in just one year.

Psychiatrists call for action over premature deaths of mentally ill

Experts say it is time to close the gap between treatment of physical and mental illnesses

Minister for Disabled People, Esther McVey, says the Personal Independence Payment replaces an

Personal Independence Payment replaces Disability Living Allowance across UK

Minister says old system 'was very much a product of its time'

Stephen Fry with Nick Clegg and Hugh Grant at a reception to celebrate the government's consultation on gay marriage in September 2012

Nick Clegg 'very moved' by Stephen Fry's frankness about suicide bid and bipolar disorder

Nick Clegg has praised Stephen Fry's bravery after he spoke openly about his mental health issues and attempted suicide.

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