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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

Daniel Pelka died of a head injury in March last year after a campaign of abuse by his mother and stepfather

Daniel Pelka: New report to look into why child protection workers failed to intervene in tragic case of boy beaten to death

Four-year-old died of a head injury in March last year after a campaign of abuse by his mother and stepfather

Daniel Pelka: Police received 26 reports of domestic abuse at his home, but bad record-keeping meant officials never knew exactly what was going on

Daniel Pelka: Ministers shun obligatory scheme for professionals to report abuse concerns

No new legislation needed as it was 'already clear that suspicions should be reported'

Daniel Pelka: Police received 26 reports of domestic abuse at his home, but bad record-keeping meant officials never knew exactly what was going on

Daniel Pelka: Four-year-old was tortured, starved and invisible to police, teachers and care workers

Daniel Pelka lost his life after the authorities failed to pick up repeated warnings, says report

Public ‘unaware’ of care-home costs - and of probability they will need care themselves

People in Britain are “oblivious” to the cost of adult care and the likelihood of their own need for care in the future, a report warns today.

Child 'sexual exploitation' probe launched in Northern Ireland focuses on children in care

Police in Northern Ireland have launched a major investigation into child exploitation after identifying up to 22 potential victims.

The village of Klosterzimmern near Deiningen in Bavaria serves as a base for the secretive sect

In Germany's Twelve Tribes sect, cameras catch ‘cold and systematic’ child-beating

A documentary revealed the torture inflicted by a religious community on its young

Postgraduates 'get better jobs'

New research suggests that staying on in higher education improves employment prospects

The Prince of Wales with Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, far left, and his predecessor, Lord Jonathan Sacks, at the induction ceremony

Keep faith in the power of charity, urges new Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis

The weak and the vulnerable in Britain must not be forgotten, the new Chief Rabbi warned today after taking up his post in a ceremony attended by more than 1,000 guests - including the Prince of Wales.

Bonuses jumped by £700m in the City of London in April

City bonuses soar as bankers profit from 45p tax

Bonuses jumped by £700m in the City of London in April, as bankers deferred taking them to avoid the 50p top rate of tax, official figures have revealed.

Widow of murdered church organist Alan Greaves is attacked in street

The widow of a church organist murdered in a street attack on Christmas Eve has described how she was herself the subject of a violent mugging as the trial of her husband's killers draws nearer.

Tom Rahilly of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children said that Worcestershire County Council have 'seriously misjudged the complex needs of often vulnerable families'

Councils charging children for their own care is a breathtaking abdication of responsibility

There is real scope for harm if children’s welfare conflicts with the pursuit of profit

Tom Rahilly of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children said that Worcestershire County Council have 'seriously misjudged the complex needs of often vulnerable families'

Parents – and even children – may have to pay for care under radical plans from Tory-controlled council

Worcestershire County Council's controversial plan branded 'outrageous'

Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said the scheme aimed to ‘strengthen Israeli public diplomacy’

Students offered grants if they tweet pro-Israeli propaganda

In a campaign to improve its image abroad, the Israeli government plans to provide scholarships to hundreds of students at its seven universities in exchange for their making pro-Israel Facebook posts and tweets to foreign audiences.

Food bank recipient 'Brenda' and her one-year-old daughter Mercedes are pictured in the Tower Hamlets food bank Poplar branch

Case study: 'I'm in a lot of debt, and I've been so worried about food'

For those who use them, food banks are a lifeline. Emily Dugan talks to some of those on the breadline in Tower Hamlets

Ali Babitu Kololo was charged with kidnap and murder after the death of David Tebbutt

Man sentenced to death for his part in murder and abduction of British couple in Kenya

A man has been sentenced to death for being part of a gang of pirates who murdered a British tourist in Kenya before holding his wife hostage, Scotland Yard has revealed.

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