Kylie Moore-Gilbert has reportedly been moved to Qarchak prison in the desert for "punishment"
The Justice Department announced five people will be executed, beginning in December.
We all make mistakes – but shaming our kids for doing something wrong is unforgivable.
Channel 4's new documentary reinforced for me more than ever that criminals go to prison as punishment, not for punishment
Hadia Tajik, the Vice President of the largest political party in Norway, was challenged on national radio by Health Minister Bent Høie; would she still punish drug users? Her reaction; being evasive, making a point of being against legalization and saying young people using illegal drugs at a party to 'act cool' should expect to be met with punitive sanctions.
thriving families.jpg I don't like rules as such. I find them suffocating. I want my children to feel safe, but I don't want to control them. I certainly don't want to 'punish' them, or chip away at their little souls by making them feel small or ashamed. Good communication with children would be my chosen tool in giving them the boundaries that they need.
Bank employees deemed to have performed poorly in their jobs have been filmed being spanked and having their heads shaved
Bank employees deemed to have performed poorly in their jobs have been filmed being spanked and having their heads shaved
Generally when we make mistakes in our discipline the consequences aren't the potential loss of life of our children and they're not played out in the full glare of media attention.
If punishment must be justified, and it must, it should be done so on the basis that morality is being restored. It is morally right and beneficial to society that people cannot get away with wrongdoing. To ensure people do not want to do wrong, weight must be given to making sure the punishment is justified on the grounds that the offender benefits to. Since deterrence did not stop them committing a crime in the first place, what would? A more moral and liberal system of punishment, surely?
I didn't have a happy time at school. I was clever, and bored most of the time so I became rebellious. Smoking became interesting, as did drinking. After my GCSE's I changed schools, being awarded a music scholarship to a well-known boarding school.
Parents smacking children should be made illegal in the UK, a United Nations report has suggested. In the report, the UN
There is no doubt that rape is a horrible crime. I would not have mentioned murder and terrorism in the same breath otherwise. But there is a lesson to be learnt here, and it is a lesson of double standards.
Feminism and the fight for women's equality rights has never backfired as much as during the last decade. Where men demand from women to be what they want, i.e. equal. And rightly so.
Hot news from the Dark Ages - a man who danced naked on his car was sentenced to...have a guess...no, go on, take a wild stab in dark. What should be the punishment for a man who took all his clothes off and D.I.S.C.O.'d on his car in the naughty naked nude? Small fine? Community service? I know, it is a difficult thing to answer...
Police officers found a novel way to deal with with criminals - by handing them food vouchers. But the practice has now been
The International Tribunal has met, listened to arguments and rendered judgment concerning the Mercedes and Pirelli private test on May 15-17. That verdict has been met with some criticism least of which came from Ferrari's Horse Whisperer column.
Serious and repeat criminals should not expect to escape with a caution and the public and victims have a right to expect such people who have committed a crime to be brought before a court.
These pictures show a man being given seven lashes in Indonesia after being found guilty of gambling, punishable by whipping
Hey! Pedestrians! Don't you just hate it when a selfish, self-centred driver fails to observe the road markings at a clearly