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2 hours
First broadcast:
Tuesday 14 May 2013

A woman who was molested when she was a child says she wants a change in the law after her abuser went to court to have his name removed from the sex offenders register. Sally Marston learned her attacker had succeeded in having his name taken off the register when she read about it in a newspaper.

Reaction to Angelina Jolie's announcement that she has had a double mastectomy after learning she was at risk from breast cancer.

Whistleblowers are often ignored by their bosses and later victimised and ostracised according to a report. Victoria talks to some of those who've lifted the lid on their place of work.

And Stuart Hazell who admittted murdering 12-year-old Tia Sharp is jailed for life at the Old Bailey.


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