The fear of ‘racial tension’ has been at the heart of many botched police inquiries into child sexual abuse.
Two small rivers meet in the ‘Cathedral’ under Bradford city centre.
The Victorians placed rivers in underground culverts to contain the smell and create new land for buildings.
Despite high profile child abuse cases in Rochdale, Rotherham and Telford, lessons are not being learned and the failings of those investigations are being repeated.
Analysing the words used to place blame or give evidence can change how we see a situation.
‘Say it for the tape.’
Most people on juries assume suspects only confess when they are guilty, and the consequences can be disastrous.
Class and race have long played a role in the way victims of abuse are treated.
For over a century, British authorities have ignored the exploitation of working-class girls.
Surely Page 3 has had its day?
The contortions of The Sun newspaper against mounting opposition to its notorious Page 3 topless women would be laughable if they did not represent a much wider problem. With even glamour queen Katie Price…