We have a right to fair and balanced policing. We have a right to know who is being investigated and prosecuted. We have a right to a fair trial. We have a right to open justice. Does the UK really need a right to anonymity?
One of the few positive things to come out of the DLT case is that it should now be widely understood that to grab or seize someone in any physical way under the guise of humour or playfulness is completely unacceptable. And it should be understood that this behaviour is the first rung on the ladder of sexual assault.
A female television personality has told a court how she "froze" when veteran DJ Dave Lee Travis "squeezed" her breasts while
Dave Lee Travis is to be charged with a further count of indecent assault, London's Southwark Crown Court has heard. Former
Prosecutors want DJ Dave Lee Travis to face a retrial on charges of indecent and sexual assault, Southwark Crown Court has
Dave Lee Travis was acquitted yesterday of allegations of historic indecent assault. The result was inevitable, in my view, as soon as the prosecution opened evidence that one of the Chuckle Brothers had witnesses an event.
Jurors in the trial of veteran DJ Dave Lee Travis have been given a majority direction, meaning that they can now offer verdicts
Jurors in the trial of veteran disc jockey Dave Lee Travis must disregard the verdicts of the William Roache trial and not
One of the Chuckle Brothers has told a court it was "a complete surprise" to hear claims veteran DJ Dave Lee Travis indecently
Former Radio One disc jockey Dave Lee Travis has told a court it is "absolutely 100% wrong" that he thought it acceptable