Paedophile with HIV jailed for having unprotected sex with young boy WINS legal battle to allow him to work in places where children are present

Paedophile with HIV jailed for having unprotected sex with young boy WINS legal battle to allow him to work in places where children are presentStelios Kimpriktis allowed jobs where he comes into contact with childrenHe was jailed after abusing boy and concealing his HIV Judge says 'He has served his punishment' , the judge said. On appeal, Kimpriktzis argued the constraints on his employment were 'disproportionate” and effectively blocked him from working anywhere except his own home.

NHS faces 17.5bn payout bill after treatment bungles: One seventh of annual budget set aside following avalanche of claims

NHS faces 17.5bn payout bill after treatment bungles: One seventh of annual budget set aside following avalanche of claims By Daniel Martin PUBLISHED: 23:47 GMT, 10 April 2013 | UPDATED: 06:51 GMT, 11 April 2013 The NHS has been left with a multi-billion-pound bill after an avalanche of legal claims following medical blunders.

Steven Lock found not guilty of "Fifty Shades Of Grey" attack on partner who signed "sex slave contract"

Jeweller found not guilty of 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' attack on partner after jury hears she signed a 'sex slave contract' Steven Lock, 43, said he and a woman partner had both read the book Told jury that they had been planning 'master and slave' session for months Outside court, Mr Lock, said he was relieved that the jury 'had seen sense'Jury told woman had 'Property of Steven Lock' tattooed on her bodyShe travelled from Norfolk to Suffolk to take part in the sex session By Andrew Levy PUBLISHED: 11:13 GMT, 22 January 2013 | UPDATED: 23:58 GMT, 22 January 2013 Trial: Steven Lock at Ipswich Crown court who was inspired by Fifty Shades of Grey A jeweller who whipped his lover with a length of rope during a Fifty Shades Of Grey-inspired sex session was cleared of assault causing actual bodily harm yesterday. Steven Lock, 43, and his girlfriend planned a ‘master and slave’ role-play fantasy after reading the best-selling novel

One in five women have been victim of a sex crime since age of 16, shocking figures reveal

More than 1,000 women suffer sex attack EVERY DAY, report saysReport reveals almost half a million women are preyed upon every year But only one in 88 rape claims results in conviction, Crime Survey findsMost of 400,000 female victims subject to unwanted touching or exposureOne in 200 women was victim of rape or another serious sexual assault By Larisa Brown and Mark Duell PUBLISHED: 20:59 GMT, 10 January 2013 | UPDATED: 03:10 GMT, 11 January 2013 More than 1,000 women suffered a sexual assault every day last year – but only one in 88 rape claims resulted in a conviction, a report said yesterday. One in five women has been a victim of sexual assault since the age of 16, with almost half a million adult females in England and Wales preyed upon every year, the study revealed

The text message which put dim-witted would-be burglar Stuart Gibbs behind bars

'Don't ring me when I'm out robbing': The text message which put dim-witted would-be burglar behind bars Stuart Gibbs, of Leicester, jailed for 18 months for the attempted burglary The 24-year-old admitted the offence after police caught him with messageAdmitted a string of later offences including dangerous driving | UPDATED: 14:44 GMT, 26 December 2012 Gibbs admitted attempted burglary and was jailed for 18 months at Leicester Crown Court A would-be burglar has been locked up after police found a text message he sent before trying to break into a house which read: 'I've told you 20 times – don't ring me when I'm out robbing'. Dozy Stuart Gibbs was caught hiding in a shed behind the house in Leicester after a vigilant resident contacted police when she two men acting suspiciously in a neighbour's garden

Nearly 50,000 criminals spared jail offend again within a year: MPs claim "shocking" figures show failure by probation officers

Nearly 50,000 criminals spared jail offend again within a year: MPs claim 'shocking' figures show failure by probation officersConvicts including violent thugs spared jail committed another offenceTory MPs have said figures show a problem with the probation serviceJustice Secretary announced plans to tackle entrenched reoffending | UPDATED: 00:36 GMT, 19 December 2012 Around 50,000 criminals who were spared jail went on to commit another crime within a year, figures revealed yesterday. The convicts – including violent thugs, burglars and drug dealers – were handed community service or a suspended jail term, leaving them free to commit new crimes.

Father facing jail for biting off love rival"s finger at children"s nativity play

Father facing jail for biting off love rival's finger at children's nativity playLee Wilkinson, 40, bit off Michael Dent's finger at Harton Primary School, South Shields, last year The offshore worker has pleaded guilty and will be sentenced in January | UPDATED: 15:39 GMT, 18 December 2012 Lee Wilkinson arrives at Newcastle Crown Court where he admitted biting off another man's finger at a children's nativity play A father who admitted biting off another man's finger at a children's nativity play has today been told a jail sentence is 'almost inevitable.' Lee Wilkinson, 40, launched the attack on Michael Dent last December at Harton Primary School, South Shields, South Tyneside, following a feud between the men. It is believed Mr Wilkinson had started a relationship with Mr Dent's wife while the couple had split. The offshore worker, of Fulwell Avenue, South Shields, pleaded guilty at Newcastle Crown Court today to unlawful wounding and a separate public order offence in relation to a run-in last Christmas Eve.

Founder of 370m collapsed hedge fund charged with raft of fraud charges

Founder of 370m collapsed hedge fund charged with raft of fraud charges | UPDATED: 18:12 GMT, 14 December 2012 The founder of a hedge fund, which left investors millions of dollars out of pocket when it collapsed, has been charged with a host of fraud offences. Magnus Peterson, the founding director of $600million (370 million) hedge fund Weavering Capital, was charged with two offences of false accounting, one offence of fraudulent trading, one offence of fraud by abuse of position and two offences of forgery.

Were not going soft on drugs, says Cameron as he dismisses calls for a Royal commission on drugs policy

We're not going soft on drugs, says Cameron as he dismisses calls for a Royal commission on drugs policy | UPDATED: 01:11 GMT, 11 December 2012 Prime Minister David Cameron has said he does not support the decriminalisation of drugs in the UK David Cameron last night dismissed calls for a Royal Commission into drugs policy – and insisted the Government would not go soft on banned substances. A report by MPs published yesterday called on ministers to consider adopting the Portuguese system, under which possession of small amounts of drugs – even Class As such as heroin and cocaine – is not a criminal offence

Jimmy Savile police: Detectives investigate sex offence claims against 25 celebrities and expect to arrest six over next few weeks

Jimmy Savile police investigate sex offence claims against 25 celebrities and expect to arrest six over next few weeks Celebrities to be arrested in connection with Operation YewtreeThe 25 are mostly television and radio entertainers, named in list of tip-offsIn at least dozen cases police believe evidence for celebrities to be detained | UPDATED: 10:40 GMT, 9 December 2012 Police are investigating claims against 25 celebrities of alleged sex offences in connection with the Jimmy Savile inquiry. At least six of the high-profile figures are expected to be arrested this month and in the new year