Outrage as British paedophile, 71, who travelled to Cambodia to abuse boys is jailed for just one year

Outrage as British paedophile, 71, who travelled to Cambodia to abuse boys is jailed for just one yearReginald Blakely charged with molesting five boys aged between 7 and 14Sentenced to two years in prison but one year was suspendedChild victim groups said the sentence is too lenient and will do nothing to deter other abusers of children in Cambodia | UPDATED: 15:42 GMT, 21 December 2012 A British child molester who slipped through the hands of UK police because they did not have enough evidence against him has been sentenced to prison in Cambodia. But the one-year-jail sentence imposed on 71-year-old Reginald Blakely has outraged child protection groups in the south east Asian country, the previous haunt of notorious child sex abuser Gary Glitter. Child victim groups said the sentence was too lenient and would do nothing to deter other abusers of children in Cambodia

Gay hairdresser stabbed train passenger with SCISSORS after he made a homophobic comment

Gay hairdresser stabbed train passenger with SCISSORS after he made a homophobic comment Hairdresser Lee Howett, 26, snapped after a man made a homophobic comment about him He fetched out his hairdressing scissors and stabbed the victim in the shoulder during a row at Basildon train station Court heard Howett was emotional after confronting an ex-partner By Harriet Cooke PUBLISHED: 10:03 GMT, 6 December 2012 | UPDATED: 17:27 GMT, 6 December 2012 Guilty: Lee Howett, 26, was jailed for two and a half years for stabbing a man with a pair of hairdressing scissors A gay hairdresser has been jailed for two and a half years after he stabbed a man with a pair of scissors in revenge for making a homophobic comment. Lee Howett snapped after a passenger waiting at Basildon rail station, Essex, abused him over his sexuality during a series of skirmishes. The 26-year-old then took a pair of hairdressing scissors from his bag and stabbed him close to his right shoulder blade

Mother facing life sentence for murdering her son and set him on fire for failing to learn the Koran

Pictured for the first time: Mother who murdered her son and set him on fire for failing to learn the Koran Sara Ege is facing life sentence after being found guilty of murder Seven-year-old Yaseen was beaten 'like a dog' if he couldn't recite passagesOriginally thought fun-loving boy died in house fire but he died from beatings and his mother then tried to burn the body to destroy the evidenceSara Ege, 32, used stick to abuse her boy in months leading up to murderEge earlier told officers she had been frustrated her son could not learn 35-pages of Islamic holy book in three months, saying he 'wasn't very good'Mother told GP she was told to kill him by Shaitan – Islamic name for devil | UPDATED: 20:39 GMT, 5 December 2012 This is the mother who murdered her young son then set him on fire when he struggled to learn the Koran off by heart. Pictured for the first time, Sara Ege, 32, leaves court today preparing to face life imprisonment after being found guilty of murder

Chris Grayling: All knife thugs will be sent to prison

All knife thugs will be sent to prison, says Justice Secretary after figures show one in five escape with a cautionMandatory prison sentence for 'aggravated knife crime' Offenders face a maximum of four years’ imprisonment or a minimum of six months | UPDATED: 09:45 GMT, 3 December 2012 Tough stance: Justice Secretary Chris Grayling wants prison sentences for knife crimes Knife-wielding thugs will no longer be able to escape with only a caution, Justice Secretary Chris Grayling has vowed. The Cabinet minister said anyone who uses a knife to threaten others in a public place will be jailed. Of the 4,207 people arrested for carrying knives this spring, only 951 – 22 per cent – were sent to prison.

All knife thugs will be sent to prison, says Justice Secretary after figures show one in five escape with a caution

All knife thugs will be sent to prison, says Justice Secretary after figures show one in five escape with a cautionMandatory prison sentence for 'aggravated knife crime' Offenders face a maximum of four years’ imprisonment or a minimum of six months | UPDATED: 01:05 GMT, 3 December 2012 Tough stance: Justice Secretary Chris Grayling wants prison sentences for knife crimes Knife-wielding thugs will no longer be able to escape with only a caution, Justice Secretary Chris Grayling has vowed. The Cabinet minister said anyone who uses a knife to threaten others in a public place will be jailed. Of the 4,207 people arrested for carrying knives this spring, only 951 – 22 per cent – were sent to prison.