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App maker Rovio's website hacked after documents released by Edward Snowden suggested spy services had targeted game's users to extract data

Paranoid schizophrenic Lloyd Drew at home with his father, Ray

The schizophrenia stereotype scares the sufferer too

David Nath explains why he hopes his ‘Bedlam’ TV series will help change ingrained attitudes to psychotic illness

Hamzah Khan's mummified body was found in the bedroom of his mother's home almost two years after he died

Hamzah Khan: Authors of review deny 'whitewash' over boy whose mummified remains were discovered years after death

Children's minister Edward Timpson attacks 'no-one to blame' findings

Education Secretary Michael Gove spent four months in care as a baby before he was adopted

Michael Gove: My life was transformed by social workers - but standards must improve

Michael Gove will pay tribute today to the social workers who “transformed” his life by placing him with loving adoptive parents when he was a baby.

Voice of reason: Leyla Hussein's 'The Cruel Cut' focused on female genital mutilation

The UK’s approach to female genital mutilation isn't working

Despite being criminalised in the UK since 1985, there have been no prosecutions

Andrea Sutcliffe: 'I think of it as the Mum test: is it good enough for my Mum? If not, we need to do something'

CQC chief: I’ll open up care home inspections to the public'

League tables also to be introduced as part of moves to overhaul the regulation of adult care

Graham Badman wrote a report on Baby P but another case of neglect later occurred on his watch

Baby P report author forced to apologise for fresh Haringey council scandal

The man who commissioned second report into the case of Baby P is facing questions tonight over his role as chair of Haringey’s Local Safeguarding Children’s Board after apologising for yet another child abuse case in the London borough.

Malala may not have won the Nobel Peace Prize, but she is an inspiration to women everywhere

She has inspired a global conversation about the importance of education and about the inequalities that still exist all over the world

Why we need to reform fostering for the over-18s

Trying to study at the same time as sorting out care was a nightmarish period in my life

Mother of Baby P, Tracey Connelly, at ‘very high’ risk of vigilante attack as prison release date nears

Tracey Connelly, the mother of Baby P, is at “very high” risk of being targeted and attacked by vigilantes when she is released from prison, criminal justice experts have warned.

A ray of light in child protection

It is no insult to say there are not enough inspirational leaders among social workers

Children who report abuse are often ignored, says NSPCC

When children tell adults they are being abused, their confidants only take action in just over half of cases, according to a study by the NSPCC. Eight out of 10 abused under-18s tried to tell an adult, according to research based on interviews with 60 young adults. But adults acted in only 58 per cent of cases.

A volunteer at a Trussell Trust food bank sorts donations to the charity in Salisbury, Wiltshire

Tory MP Paul Maynard suggests food banks could become a 'habit' for people in poverty

Comments made by Blackpool MP described as 'inaccurate' and 'demeaning people with dignity'

Donald Macintyre's Sketch: Best new ideas in politics are still the old ideas

Top politicians are brilliant at making old ideas sound as good as new. Ed Miliband’s is One Nation. David Cameron proclaimed – 13 times – that Tory Britain would be a “land of opportunity” as if it hadn’t been deployed by practically every party leader in memory.

Cameron's speech at the Conservative Party conference: what he said, and what he meant

The Prime Minister's speech had some hidden meanings

Tracey Connelly was jailed indefinitely with a minimum of five years in May 2009

Baby P mother Tracey Connelly 'may soon be freed'

The mother of Baby P could be freed from jail within days when her case is considered by the body responsible for deciding whether prisoners can be safely released into the community.

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