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'A puzzling argument on the value of economics'

Fears on sex trafficking unfounded

Fears about sex trafficking during this summer's Olympics appear to have been unfounded, a new survey of London sex workers has found.

The woman who was raised by monkeys in the jungle then trafficked for prostitution tells her story

The story of a Yorkshire housewife who spent five years in her childhood with monkeys and then trafficked for prostitution is to be told for the first time.

The story of Sara, a teenager trafficked to the UK for forced prostitution

This is just one example of a child trafficked into the UK. There are hundreds more who need help.

The Sessions, BFI London Film Festival

Based on the true story of Mark O'Brien, a journalist from California bed-bound since childhood after a bout of polio, The Sessions is the improbably cheery, touching and surprisingly funny story of Mark's quest to lose his virginity. The Forty Year Old Virgin meets The Diving Bell and the Butterfly, if you will.

Wayne and Coleen Rooney expecting second child

Footballer Wayne Rooney and his wife Coleen are “thrilled” to be expecting their second child, she announced.

The Second Mrs Tanqueray, Rose Theatre, Kingston

The Victorian double-standard whereby a young male is allowed to sow his wild oats but a young female is branded forever as a “woman with a Past” comes under spirited, if equivocal, attack in Arthur Wing Pinero's 1893 play, The Second Mrs Tanqueray. 

Brazilian woman auctions her virginity on site 'Virgins Wanted' - take part in our prostitution survey

A 20 year-old woman is offering to lose her virginity to the highest bidder, on a flight from Australia to the US. Here, we ask readers' views on prostitution.

Strauss-Kahn rape case dropped

Prosecutors have dropped an investigation into allegations of gang rape in a Washington hotel involving the former International Monetary Fund chief Dominique Strauss-Kahn after the alleged victim retracted her evidence.

The Potter's Hand By AN Wilson

An epic novel of the Wedgwood dynasty reveals the hearts of all but one man: Josiah himself

Postcard From...Naples

In Italy even the oldest profession needs a helping hand during hard times. With more and more women turning to the sex industry and levels of violence against prostitutes on the rise, the mayor of Naples has proposed an experimental red light district modelled on that in Amsterdam, so the authorities can gain some measure of control.

Will Franken: Things We Did Before Reality, Just the Tonic at The Caves, Edinburgh

San Franciscan Will Franken provides the most whistlestop character comedy that you’re likely to see at the Fringe this year.

Two British soldiers suspected of murdering Kenyan woman

Case comes to light after rights organisation expresses frustration at inquiry's lack of progress

The Flowers of War (15)

Starring: Christian Bale, Ni Ni

91,000 charged for attacks on women

The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) has reported its highest conviction rate on record for cases involving violence against women and girls.

Five guilty of preying on vulnerable girls in Derby sex abuse case

Five men who preyed on “vulnerable” teenage girls for sex have today been found guilty of paying for the sexual services of a child.

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Isis are barbarians – but the Caliphate is a dream at the heart of all Muslim traditions

Isis are barbarians

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The science of swearing

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The Real Stories of Migrant Britain

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