New figures reveal thousands of sexual attacks in schools - many carried out by children.
The cosmetic therapist accused of lying and the written-off cars returning to the roads.
Leaseholders 'overcharged' by as much as £1 billion a year by landlords and their agents.
Adrian Goldberg presents cutting edge investigative journalism.
Encryption on phones making it 'difficult' to monitor Islamist terrorist activity online.
An injured war hero says he has been 'short-changed' by the military compensation scheme.
Websites offering online treatment for STI's - are patients at risk?
Families say the system to protect vulnerable adults in care homes sometimes doesn't work.
Thousands of homeowners were 'mis-sold' cavity wall insulation, say campaigners.
Elderly care homes not meeting national standards.
How parents waiting for child maintenance payments via the CSA are owed almost £4 billion.
One in eight mentally ill patients are discharged too soon from hospital, says watchdog.
Eight out of ten ambulance trusts failed to hit targets for emergency calls.
How did rail services perform in 2014?
Thirty one pubs are closing each week despite government measures to protect them.
Foreign Criminals & are women given the enough advice about drinking whilst pregnant?
Royal Mail - people who fear for their jobs as rival postal agencies prop up.
A patient describes how he got cancer from a kidney donated from a woman with lymphoma.
Over half of all domestic abuse cases probed by police result in no charges, say figures.
We reveal youngsters have been treated hundreds of times for malnutrition in hospital.
Supermarkets are accused of 'blighting' towns by failing to develop prime sites.
The government wants to put more offenders on probation.
GPs 'prevented' from accessing early diagnostic brain cancer tests.
Scottish Power is accused of reneging on pledges to pay cashback to 600,000 customers.
Are schools doing enough to alert kids to the dangers of sexting?
Former director of public prosecutions says we're failing victims of disability hate crime
Hundreds of thousands of people can no longer access social care.
A former soldier wins Legal Aid in his fight to identify what caused his Gulf War illness.