Photo "reveals new identity of Bulger"s killer"

Photo 'reveals new identity of Bulger's killer'The image was uploaded to Twitter on TuesdayThe Attorney General's Office is investigating By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 01:04 GMT, 14 February 2013 | UPDATED: 04:03 GMT, 14 February 2013 A photograph published on the internet may have exposed the new identity of one of James Bulger’s killers. The image, uploaded to Twitter on Tuesday, the 20th anniversary of the murder, allegedly showed Jon Venables at a birthday party.

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Proof that you can cut crime and save money

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: Proof that you can cut crime and save money By Daily Mail Comment PUBLISHED: 23:49 GMT, 30 December 2012 | UPDATED: 23:50 GMT, 30 December 2012 For months, the Police Federation has been giving dire warnings that budget cuts and reforms to working practices would mean a ‘Christmas for criminals’. Yet instead of the predicted crimewave, new figures show the opposite – recorded crime has fallen by around 10 per cent

Mr Cleggs contempt for democracy on EU

Mr Clegg’s contempt for democracy on EU | UPDATED: 00:13 GMT, 28 December 2012 Out of touch: Clegg demonstrated how he remains as detached from the views of the electorate on Europe as ever Yesterday a poll conducted by a pro-European newspaper revealed that 51 per cent of the public want Britain to leave the EU, against just 40 per cent who say they would vote to stay in. Even one in three supporters of the Liberal Democrats – Britain’s most ardently Europhile party – now want out. Yet, in a typically condescending interview to the same newspaper, Nick Clegg demonstrated how he remains as detached from the views of the electorate on Europe as ever

"We are waiting for old people to die", says Rowan Williams in his last speech as Archbishop of Canterbury

'We are waiting for old people to die', says Rowan Williams in his last speech as Archbishop of Canterbury | UPDATED: 09:00 GMT, 15 December 2012 In his final speech in the House of Lords, Dr Rowan Williams said attitudes of 'contempt and exasperation' towards the ageing population were contributing to a range of elder abuse The Archbishop of Canterbury has appealed for an end to damaging stereotypes of older people, which he says have created a climate in which they suffer abuse. In his final speech in the House of Lords, Dr Rowan Williams said attitudes of 'contempt and exasperation' towards the ageing population were contributing to a range of abuse, from patronising and impatient behaviour to physical mistreatment

Gordon Brown has not spoken for a year in Parliament… but he has jetted off abroad on 28 trips and earned more than 2m in fees and expenses since…

Gordon Brown has not spoken for a year in Parliament… but he has jetted off abroad on 28 trips and earned more than 2m in fees and expenses since leaving No 10He ploughs all the money back into his public and charitable activitiesTory MP accuses ex-Prime Minister of 'casual disregard' for his constituents | UPDATED: 16:33 GMT, 9 December 2012 Under fire: Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has not spoken in the Commons for a year Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has not uttered one word in Parliament for a year, it emerged today. Although he has kept his counsel in the House, Mr Brown has been jet-setting around the world over the past 12 months

We treat our hospital and care home patients with contempt and indifference, says the Health Secretary

We treat our hospital and care home patients with contempt and indifference, says the Health Secretary Patients faced with 'coldness, resentment, indifference and contempt' Jeremy Hunt said in worst institutions there was 'normalisation of cruelty'Hunt said recent extreme cases such as those at Winterbourne View and Stafford Hospital were not isolated incidents | UPDATED: 07:49 GMT, 29 November 2012 Jeremy Hunt was fiercely critical of the service he controls in a speech, saying in some institutions there was a 'normalisation of cruelty' Patients are faced with ‘coldness, resentment, indifference and contempt’ in some of the country’s hospitals and care homes, the Health Secretary admitted yesterday. In a speech fiercely critical of the services he controls, Jeremy Hunt said that in the worst institutions there was a ‘normalisation of cruelty’ where appalling treatment was ignored by senior managers