27 August 2014
Sexual abuse of children was, until relatively recently in Britain, rarely discussed in public. Now, hardly a day goes by without some new horror hitting the headlines.
The Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire vows to stay in the job despite calls for him to quit over a damning report into child abuse in Rotherham.
Measures similar to control orders should be re-introduced to tackle the threat from Britons who fight with militants in Syria and Iraq, the UK's most senior police officer has said.
Royal Bank of Scotland is fined £14.5m by the Financial Conduct Authority for failing to ensure that it gave suitable mortgage advice to customers.
Gordon Brown appears alongside his former chancellor Alistair Darling to call on Scottish voters to reject independence.
Rotherham abuse victim tells of her grooming and suffering
Documenting Scotland and Wales
Clothes firm sorry over 'Holocaust t-shirt'
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Should anybody take a parenting tip from a movie?
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What is row over new House of Commons Clerk about?
Why is the Scotland referendum debate so focused on the pound?
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Rotherham abuse scandal dominates front pages
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