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Life beyond the prison gates

Life beyond the prison gates

Expert education providers have been involved in driving up standards in education in Young Offenders Institutions for over two decades now and almost all provision is judged good or outstanding…

Civil rights group condemns ‘race-baiting’ cartoon of Justice Department nominee

Civil rights group condemns ‘race-baiting’ cartoon of Justice Department nominee

A prominent civil rights group has condemned a Washington Times political cartoon attacking President Barack Obama's nominee to head the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division, describing it on Thursday as…

2,400+ dead as Obama’s drone campaign marks five years

2,400+ dead as Obama’s drone campaign marks five years

Five years ago, on January 23 2009, a CIA drone flattened a house in Pakistan’s tribal regions. It was the third day of Barack Obama’s presidency, and this was the…

Janet Alder writes book on 16-year ‘fight for justice’

Janet Alder writes book on 16-year ‘fight for justice’

The sister of a man who died in police custody in Hull is writing a book about her experiences. Janet Alder, 51, has spent the past 16 years of her…

Mark Duggan inquest shows we need better relations between police and community

Mark Duggan inquest shows we need better relations between police and community

In the summer of 2011 the death of Mark Duggan was like a blue touch paper that lit the flame of urban insurrection all around the country. It quickly deteriorated…

Lords reject government’s antisocial, crime and policing bill

Lords reject government’s antisocial, crime and policing bill

The government suffered a big defeat in the House of Lords on Wednesday evening over its planned new injunctions to tackle antisocial behaviour. Peers voted by 306 to 178, majority…

Omar Khadr fills prison time with education

Omar Khadr fills prison time with education

In his small prison cell, Omar Khadr pored over his Grade 11 algebra last fall, tackled his first Shakespearean play — King Lear — and researched an essay on nuclear…

UK anti-Muslim hate crime soars, police figures show

UK anti-Muslim hate crime soars, police figures show

Hate crimes against Muslims have soared in the UK this year, figures show. Hundreds of anti-Muslim offences were carried out across the country in 2013, with Britain's biggest force, the…