Criminals Do Not Define My Town

Jade Smith | Posted 06.03.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Jade Smith

Redcar has a special spark about it, an atmosphere I have never felt anywhere else. We may have steel in our blood but we will still see our community succeed without the plant on our doorstep; we are even stronger than steel. We will flourish as a town, its on the brink of happening and I cannot wait to enjoy the successes of Redcar, my hometown.

Rapists Are People Too

Ben Acheson | Posted 19.08.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Ben Acheson

Victims, and society as a whole, must recognise that rape is a crime just like any other and rapists must be punished appropriately for breaking their contract with society. 'Appropriately' is the keyword. No matter how much we want to string them up, our laws should be above human emotion.

'Frightening' Number Of Murderers And Rapists Have Absconded From Prison

PA/Huffington Post UK | Posted 30.01.2013 | UK Politics

A "frightening" number of murderers, robbers and rapists have absconded from British prisons over the past three years, figures show, and many may sti...

Rapists 'Should Face Longer Prison Terms'

PA/Huffington Post UK | Posted 06.12.2012 | UK

Rapists and sex attackers should face tougher prison terms according to the Sentencing Council, which points to the psychological and long-term effect...

Lie Detector Tests Proposed For Sex Offenders

Press Association | Posted 20.07.2012 | UK

Dangerous sex offenders face being forced to take lie detector tests on their release from jail, it has emerged. Paedophiles and rapists will made ...

Project Unbreakable: For Shame

Jo Rourke | Posted 20.03.2012 | UK Tech
Jo Rourke

Despite deadlines, demands and general downheartedness, on a typical weekday morning, I am not usually taken to weeping into my tea. Neither am I often seething with rage, nor humbled, or in awe, or heartbroken - all of which I was as I gazed at my screen this morning. The cause? This website.

The Criminal Code of Prisoners

Dr. Sohom Das | Posted 13.01.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Dr. Sohom Das

One thing that really struck me from getting to know the prisoners - there was the moral code they lived by. The code seemed bizarre and contradictory to a naive yet inquisitive man like me. Some staff members called it the "con code".