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.

Almost 6,000 drivers have licences torn up because they cannot SEE the road properly

Almost 6,000 drivers have licences torn up because they cannot SEE the road properlyNumber of motorists banned from driving for poor eyesight jumps 10 per cent in a yearLabour MP Meg Munn calls for 'robust measures' to ensure road safety In 2010 poor eyesight caused 2,874 road accident causalities By Matt Chorley, Mailonline Political Editor PUBLISHED: 10:53 GMT, 29 December 2012 | UPDATED: 10:53 GMT, 29 December 2012 Almost 6,000 drivers have been banned from the road because they cannot see properly, new figures show. The number of licences revoked or blocked soared by 10 per cent higher in 2011, amid growing fears about the eyesight of thousands of people who climb behind the wheel. Officials tore up 5,285 licences for cars and motorbikes and 685 lorry and bus drivers last year because holders could not pass a standard eye test

Miliband set for policy clash with his own MPs: Labour leader plans to woo middle Britain with tougher stance on immigration

Miliband set for policy clash with his own MPs: Labour leader plans to woo middle Britain with tougher stance on immigration Labour MPs remain firmly opposed to curbs on immigration and red tapeSome 49% said restrictions on immigration would harm economy Miliband says he has learned 'hard truths' about what Labour 'got wrong' By Jason Groves PUBLISHED: 00:33 GMT, 28 December 2012 | UPDATED: 00:33 GMT, 28 December 2012 New Year's message: Ed Miliband hopes to focus on rebuilding the economy and helping struggling families Labour MPs remain firmly opposed to curbs on immigration and red tape, a survey reveals today – as Ed Miliband pledges to unveil a string of policies to woo middle Britain. In his New Year’s message the Labour leader says the party will finally begin setting out its policies for the next election, with a focus on rebuilding the economy and helping struggling families. Mr Miliband insists he has learned ‘hard truths’ about what Labour ‘got wrong’ on issues like immigration in the past

Traffic wardens given tape measures to fine motorists 70 for parking more than 19 inches from the kerb

Traffic wardens given tape measures to fine motorists 70 for parking more than 19 inches from the kerb | UPDATED: 00:49 GMT, 26 December 2012 Traffic wardens have been issued with tape measures to fine motorists who park more than 19 inches from the kerb.