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Victims must be given greater voice in criminal justice system, urges mother of teenager killed by man on probation

By Hardeep Matharu . 24 Oct
Nadine Marshall is calling for greater transparency and support for victims of serious crimes and for more accountability in the reformed probation service
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Judge questioned by victim of lawyer's "fraud" on High Court

By Alex Varley-Winter . 23 Oct
A deputy judge in Chancery Division is forced to explain how a 2005 bankruptcy order that he deems to be “based on a fraud” and a "miscarriage of justice" remains in the High Court, despite journalists' exposure of the rogue lawyer and his
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Mike Veale: vilification of investigation into Edward Heath risks harm to abuse survivors

By FOIA Centre . 14 Oct
In third part of exclusive interview, Wiltshire Police’s chief constable tells Mark Watts of his worries about impact that ‘misleading commentary and criticism has on victims’
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Welcome to Byline Books

By Byline Books . 26 Sep
A unique, crowd-funded publishing house for journalists. We create the first draft of history.
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Increasing political activity focuses attention on the spycops scandal

By Pitchford Watcher . 22 Sep
An interesting month of events with the Undercover Policing Inquiry receiving increasing political attention, including a rare comment from Jeremy Corbyn.
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TFL admits it may use WiFi to track passenger movements in 'real-time'

By Hina Pandya . 11 Sep
Your personal movements could be being tracked in 'real-time' on the TFL network, it may actually pick up exactly where you are when you're there. Not great if you value privacy one of the pinnacles of democracy.
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Russian Activist Persecuted For Sharing Guardian Article About Gay Marriage - Among Other Things

By Colin Cortbus . 9 Sep
A young human rights activist in Russia is facing prosecution for sharing news articles about gay marriage on social media, according to her lawyer. The publishers of British newspaper The Guardian have called the case concerning.
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Portrait of a PKK fighter - comrade Hesen staggers but never falls

By Fréderike Geerdink . 11 Aug
Journalist Fréderike Geerdink spent a year with armed Kurdish organisation PKK. Currently she is writing a book about her experiences. This portrait of comrade Hesen will be part of the book. ‘When the army starts an operation, they will of
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Political Speech, the East-German Stasi, & the U.S. FBI

By Khullani_ Abdullahi . 25 Jul
How the U.S. intelligence agencies and private corporations are threatening the political imagination of the most active and vocal citizens with a stated goal of chilling political speech, which is categorically viewed as a threat to the st
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SPECIAL SERIES: INSIDE THE CARDINAL GEORGE PELL INVESTIGATION: PART 3 - THE PHONE CALLS THAT SHOOK THE VATICAN

By Lucie Morris-Marr . 29 Jun
The Vatican’s finance chief has been woken up in the middle of the night yet again - this time to be told he had been charged with historical sexual abuse.
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