The woman's partner is already serving a lengthy sentence on child sexual abuse charges and is also a defendant in the case
Protest was being held to demand the prime minister's resignation
'She ended up recording a little bit more than she intended - we have them and we're going to play them to you,' jurors were told
The central database has 22 billion photos captured during the last two years
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
'There has historically been the perception amongst BME staff that if you do not fit in, you are not part of the network or you do not share the values, you are not going to get promoted'
The research suggests many people still have deep reservations about reporting child abuse concerns
A number of high profile cases recently have encouraged victims to come forward
'Obviously something had happened and someone was shouting for help - so I jumped out into the road'
Officers are not volunteering to carry guns because they fear being 'hung out to dry'
The news follows recent research which revealed 312,000 children in the UK have such low living standards that they are 'living in destitution'
Police said there was no threat to the Trafford Centre and that the exercise was part of a nationwide programme
Michel Neyret, who was given the Légion d’Honneur for his 'exceptional' service to the state, is accused of accepting watches and staying in luxury hotels in exchange for information
If Colonel Gaddafi had any sense, he’d have told Kelvin MacKenzie he was just about to order free and fair elections when Liverpool fans without tickets broke down his door
'Midani caused enormous fear and distress to the local community as he carried out his spate of attacks,' say police
Child also accused of threatening a person with a blade or sharp-pointed article