A major review of the industry launched after the Rochdale child-grooming scandal has revealed that 63 privately owned children’s care homes across the country did not meet the Government’s minimum standards (picture posed by model)

Rochdale sex abuse cases could have been prevented 'if teams had acted earlier on danger signs'

The latest in a series of damning reports concludes that early intervention would have saved the teenage girls from repeated attacks

Rochdale sex abuse: Police apologise for failures as five men are sentenced for exploitation of 15-year-old girl

One offender was first interviewed in 2008 over rape claims but was released without charge

Marouane Fellaini is given his marching orders

Manchester United should have signed Ross Barkley instead of Marouane Fellaini, suggests Michael Owen

The Belgian midfielder is not a 'Manchester United player' claims former striker

Arctic 30 and Pussy Riot members to be freed after Russia passes amnesty law

Hopes are now that activists and journalists will be home for Christmas following move by Russian parliament

Transfer news: Manchester United consider move for Romanian youngster Dorian Rotariu

The 18-year-old has been in good form for Dinamo Bucharest this season

University of Cambridge graduates will now be able to graduate in either skirts or suits, irrespective of gender

Job prospects for graduates improving as more companies look to hire, says CBI

Job prospects for graduates and apprentices are looking brighter for next year as more companies expect to hire staff, according to a new report.

Alex Ferguson has a massive ego and still seeks to exert control and power over the club, says Roy Keane

Sir Alex Ferguson has not set out to 'disrupt' David Moyes at Manchester United

The former manager is in the wings only to offer help says former striker Louis Saha

Indians students from the Jawaharlal Nehru University hold placards during a candle light vigil on the first anniversary of the fatal gang rape of a young woman in a bus

Candlelit vigil held for Delhi bus rape victim, one year on from attack

Students, Bollywood actresses and women’s groups held rallies and candlelight vigils across India on Monday in memory of a young woman whose fatal gang rape on a bus a year ago shook the nation.

David Moyes trudges off after defeat

'Oh no he didn't!' - David Moyes cancels Manchester United Christmas pantomime

United boss cancels panto in favour of speech

Gang culture: Significant falls in recorded knife and gun crime give hope, but 'things are still tough'

Ministers today claimed that an initiative set up to tackle gang culture in the wake of the 2011 riots was "working" with significant falls in recorded knife and gun crime.

Unemployed told to leave Ireland in desperate move to slash welfare costs

Ireland is asking its citizens to leave the country if they can't find a job in a desperate bid to slash welfare costs.

Over 8,500 children aged 10-12 have been arrested in England and Wales over the last two years

Thousands of children aged 10-12 arrested for violent attacks, rape and firearms

Over 8,500 children aged 10-12 have been arrested in England and Wales over the last two years, almost a quarter of which were made for violent attacks

Elf help book: America’s favourite way to make sure that children are nice, not naughty, in the run up to Christmas

It is over here and selling fast. Gillian Orr hears the Elf on a Shelf story

Teenage girl convicted of robbery after taking pre-crime selfie wielding knife

Police used the ill-thought-out pictures as evidence to catch the 17-year-old robber

Prince Andrew feels priority in education ‘has been moving elsewhere’

Prince Andrew: ‘We must give young people confidence in the workplace’

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