Young anxious about debt, crime and unemployment
Debt, unemployment and violent crime are the biggest fears for young people in the UK, a survey reveals today.
Gordon Brown sides with business to reject peers’ appeal for curb on migrants
Gordon Brown led opposition yesterday to calls from a heavyweight Lords committee for a cap on non-European Union immigration. He lined up with prominent business figures in rejecting suggestions from the Lords Economic Affairs Committee that record numbers of immigrants have had little or no impact on the economy.
MP promises rebellion on 42-day detention
Ministers have failed to justify moves to extend the time terror suspects can be held without charge to 42 days, a senior Labour MP said yesterday.
Millions of girls using Facebook, Bebo and Myspace ‘at risk’ from paedophiles and bullies
Parents are alarmingly ignorant of the danger posed to millions of girls by social networking websites, a report reveals.
22-year-old man quizzed by police over disappearance of Shannon Matthews
Police investigating the disappearance of Shannon Matthews have arrested a 22-year-old man on suspicion of possessing indecent images of children.
Shannon stepdad held
SHANNON Matthews’ stepdad Craig Meehan was this morning arrested on suspicion of possessing indecent images of children on a computer.
Brits are paranoid
IF you think everybody has got it in for you, you are not alone — more than a third of Brits are PARANOID.
The condition doesn’t just affect the severely mentally ill as experts once thought.
There could be up to 20 million people feeling threatened or persecuted, a study revealed yesterday.