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Victoria looks at the treatment of Milly Dowler's parents in the Levi Bellfield trial.
14 separate agencies missed chances to save the life of 3 year old Ryan Lovell-Hancox.
Hackers and former hackers on how and why they do it, plus how it affects you.
The Prime Minister abandons plans to halve sentences for criminals who plead guilty early.
President Assad addresses Syria and promises major reform.
1980s pop producer Mike Stock on whether modern pop music is becoming pornography.
Tens of thousands of children are being raised by relatives other than their parents.
Mark Kennedy exclusive: the ex-undercover cop who infiltrated a group of green protestors.
Colin Paterson sits in, speaking to the director of the banned film Human Centipede 2.
A convicted child rapist tells us why sex offenders should live in community hostels.
Welfare to work: Can the government really get a million people off the dole?
The brother of a murder victim thanks the informer who secured the killer's conviction.
An informer who helped convict a murderer says he wishes he'd never spoken to the police.
Glee's Mr Schuester, Matthew Morrison, talks music in our Monday review.
The woman whose exposé led to Lord Triesman leaving the FA says she's sorry.
The child development expert who says half of 5 year olds aren't ready to start school.
Are you going to the London Olympics? And Sam Allardyce talks West Ham.