‘We rather feel that if a childless man is to be granted nocturnal access to the bedrooms of millions of children around the world, he should submit to some basic investigation.’ [read...]
Three men charged with terrorism offences have won a legal battle in the House of Lords to disallow the use of made-up evidence against them.
Government and Police lawyers had argued strongly that the use of fabricated evidence was essential in cases where proof of involvement in a crime was ‘hard or impossible to obtain by truthful means’. [read...]
Actor and campaigner Joanna Lumley has scored another campaigning victory after the Government today announced that Muppets would be given the right to settle in Britain.
‘We have learned lessons on this one,’ [read...]
After the success of NHS hospitals charging patients and visitors for the use of their first-rate car parking facilities, Health Secretary Alan Johnson has unveiled exciting new plans to introduce fees for using seats in hospital waiting areas. [read...]