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A man has been arrested by officers investigating allegations of serious sexual abuse at care homes in North Wales, police have confirmed.

French choreographer, Benjamin Millepied

A Scottish opening for the Black Swan choreographer

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Vera Farmiga will play Norman Bates' mother in Bates Motel, the TV prequel to the slasher classic Psycho

Norman Bates's mother finally gets her chance on screen

Alice Jones' Arts Diary

Mormon murmurs give the love-in momentum

Alice Jones' Arts Diary

Eric Wareheim, Sarah Silverman, Michael Cera, Tim Heidecker and Reggie Watts have launched a comedy Youtube channel

The NHS’s worst sex offender? GP used secret camera in watch to film sex abuse on 200 female patients

Bains admitted 39 offences over two years, filmed on a camera in his wristwatch

Swedish church camp issues 'sex diplomas' to 14-year-olds on 'Love and Sexuality' course

Students were given a certificate stating they were "qualified for sex"

Theatre review: Mies Julie, Riverside Theatre, London

Last autumn, the Barbican played host to Mademoiselle Julie, a French production of Strindberg's 1888 classic that turned the play into a chicly timeless existential conflict. 

Gilberto Valle with his wife Kathleen Mangan-Valle

'Cannibal cop' Gilberto Valle found guilty of plot to kidnap, rape, kill and eat his wife and other women

The New York City police officer known as the “Cannibal Cop” has been found guilty of plotting to kidnap, rape, kill and eat dozens of women, including his wife.

Institute of Ageing and Health for the West Midlands

'My little Tinkerbell': hearing told how nursing professor Sir George Castledine began 'sexually motivated' relationship with 83-year-old patient

One of Britain's most eminent professors of nursing declared his love to an 83-year-old patient who he nicknamed “my little Tinkerbell”, a conduct hearing has been told.

Hero police officer jailed for abusing position to have sex with vulnerable woman

A police officer who won a national award for bravery has been jailed after abusing his position to have sex with a vulnerable woman.

Twilight author Stephanie Meyer

Twilight author Stephenie Meyer says she would never read 'smutty' Fifty Shades of Grey

Twilight author Stephenie Meyer has admitted she has never read E.L James’ Fifty Shades of Grey, saying that it is too “smutty” for her taste.

Beautiful people are seen as good looking even if they distort their faces into grimaces of disgust, surprise, fear or anger - or that's the theory. Judge for yourself with Pink, Bill Clinton, And Murray and Mila Kunis

Does real beauty even shine through a grimace?

Or doesn't even a smile help unattractive people? Portsmouth university researchers say they have found the answer

European Parliament votes on call for porn ban

Opponents call the motion a "horrendous attack on our fundamental freedoms of speech and expression"

RMT accused of dismissing attack claim by activist

RMT union officials subjected a female member to a “character assassination” when she went to them with allegations that a senior leader had violently assaulted her, she has claimed.

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