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Peers have unanimously backed an amendment to create a criminal offence for so-called “revenge porn”. The crime, which involves posting online an explicit image of somebody without their consent, could lead to a prison sentence of up to two years. The plan still needs to be approved by MPs before becoming law.
John Bercow has condemned the “despicable” campaign of anti-Semitic abuse targeted at Labour MP Luciana Berger. Last week, a man was handed a four-week jail sent...
Treasury press release The Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, today announced a £150 million investment in the UK’s clinical research infrastructure. Th...
All-Party Parliamentary Group Against Antisemitism press release A 21-year-old man named Garron Helm, of Litherland, Liverpool has been jailed for four weeks for ...
Simon Hughes said revenge pornography was "new sort of harassment". "Across the Coalition both parties have been concerned that though there is a lot of legislati...
Department for Business, Innovation and Skills press release Multi-million pound fund to get hydrogen cars moving The arrival of hydrogen cars on UK roads is a...
12/10/2014 on Murnaghan, Sky News
01/08/2014 on Breakfast, BBC One
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