Aravindan Balakrishnan was caught on camera before an inquest into the death of one of his followers who mysteriously fell from the bathroom window
Both were arrested last week, accused of keeping three women as domestic slaves
Latest: Reports suggest alleged victims may have been moved around several times over three decades
Home Secretary told awards ceremony of 'men, women and children in our country ... living lives of servitude and misery'
Film buffs fight to keep tweeters and bloggers who use tech silent
Tory MP addressed group whose Facebook page has called for Doreen Lawrence to be returned to her 'natural homelands' and said Ukip MEP Godfrey Bloom is a 'legend' for his 'Bongo Bongo Land' comments
As a student at Cornell he was a leader in the youth wing of the Communist Party of the USA
Over 100 historians claim Education Secretary’s plan ‘lacks balance and promotes political views’
The second inaugural address has rarely been memorable. Save for Abraham Lincoln’s, which struck a series of soaring notes, including “Fondly do we hope, fervently do we pray, that this mighty source of war may speedily pass away”, they are fraught with difficulty.
Never mind the Western, or black experience – this tale is all about how white people love to talk
How a lowly clerk became a reforming governor – and founded a city-state that booms today
Four members of same family guilty of forcing destitute people into brutal servitude
In 1976, when I was 14, my family migrated to Britain from the Caribbean. We had landed in a cauldron of bitter rhetoric about race and immigration. Unemployment was rising, and a vociferous minority demanded that "coloured" migrants be sent home.
Photographer and artist Leah Gordon explores the practice in Haiti of grading skin colour from black to white, referred to as Caste, in a series of new photographs.
The 150th anniversary of the American Civil War offers visitors an ideal opportunity to forsake the conventional tourist trail, says Suzanne Cadisch