27/01/2014

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Duration: 30 minutes

Chris Jackson examines historic claims of sexual abuse at a Northern youth detention centre, Sarah Sturdey looks at the dangers of so called 'legal highs' and Toby finds out about the Bradford car maker that was once a world beater.

  • Detention Centre had 'brutal regime'

    Medomsley

    Boys at a detention centre asked other inmates to break their legs in order to be moved elsewhere and escape being abused by staff, a former detainee has claimed.

     

    Police reopened a 10-year-old investigation into abuse at a former County Durham detention centre last year when a former inmate said he was also abused. Since then the force said it has been contacted by more than 100 alleged victims.

     

    Read the story in full on the BBC News website.

     

    Watch the Inside Out video feature on the BBC News website.

  • 'Legal highs'

    Science lab

    Scientists testing "legal highs" say they are coming across new mind-altering psychoactive substances.

     

    Forensic scientist Fiona Coope, from the Environmental Scientifics Group in Staffordshire, said when a substance was banned a new one was made to take its place.

     

    Watch the Inside Out video feature on the BBC News website.

Credits

Presenter
Toby Foster
Reporter
Chris Jackson
Reporter
Sarah Sturdey
Series Editor
Nicola Addyman

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