Inmates win ‘cold turkey’ payout
Taxpayers have footed a £1 million compensation bill after almost 200 drug-addicted prisoners sued the Government, claiming that denying them a heroin substitute breached their human rights.
An apology at last for family of Down’s boy accused of a racist assault
The Crown Office in Scotland offered a rare apology yesterday to the family of Jamie Bauld, the Down’s syndrome teenager with a mental age of about 5 who was accused of a racist assault.
Suicide link to ‘smoking pill’
A HIGH-flying Sky TV executive stabbed himself to death after taking a controversial “quit-smoking” pill, an inquest has heard.
Two-thirds of British residents fear violence as migrant tensions rise
Almost two-thirds of British residents fear race relations are so poor that tensions are likely to spill over into violence, the BBC has found.