27 August 2014
Sexual abuse of children was, until relatively recently in Britain, rarely discussed in public. Now, hardly a day goes by without some new horror hitting the headlines.
Nigel Farage says more disaffected MPs could join UKIP if it is successful in the by-election caused by the defection of Tory Douglas Carswell.
A former children's services director in Rotherham must resign "immediately" from her education job in Australia, an abuse survivors' advocate says.
A century ago Sir Arthur Conan Doyle wrote a short story about the threat of starvation in Britain.
MPs approve the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers Bill at second reading.
Why 1985 was a significant year in Anglo-Irish relations
The odd objects looted by the British from Washington in 1814
The retired professor who turned village children into engineers
Will Clacton's voters say yes to UKIP?
Is the argument over universities coming back to life?
The right choice to lead England? BBC Sport
Papers see trouble ahead for David Cameron
BBC Two takes a look behind the scenes of India's most famous hotel, the Taj Mahal Palace
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