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A group of peers has called for more clarification about the circumstances for prosecution in "revenge porn" cases. The House of Lords Communications Committee urged the Government to force social media companies to create a register of their users and help police track down people who post revenge pornography.
TUC press release Employment tribunal fees have been a huge victory for Britain’s worst bosses, according to a new TUC report published today (Tuesday) to mark th...
Own goal from Tories as "rebuttal" admits truth of Labour charges The Tories have this afternoon published an attempted rebuttal of Labour's document "The Choic...
Conservatives press release Labour attack on Government's crime and justice record unravels as dossier backing up their claims is revealed to be based on dodgy st...
I want to begin by paying tribute to Bob Jones. He served with great distinction as Police and Crime Commissioner for the West Midlands, and before that leading Wes...
The Shadow Home Secretary has said she is concerned about the "justice gap" and lack of response in relation to violence against women. Yvette Cooper made the com...
28/07/2014 on Today, BBC Radio 4
27/07/2014 on Andrew Marr Show, BBC One
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