Lord Ahmed suspended over claims he blamed a Jewish conspiracy for his dangerous driving jail sentence

Labour suspends controversial peer over claims he blamed a Jewish conspiracy for his dangerous driving jail sentenceLord Ahmed was jailed in 2009 for dangerous driving after texting minutes before a fatal crashInterview emerges where he links his prosecution to Jewish-owned mediaLabour condemns anti-Semitism and suspends 55-year-old form the party By Matt Chorley, Mailonline Political Editor PUBLISHED: 09:48 GMT, 14 March 2013 | UPDATED: 23:51 GMT, 14 March 2013 Labour peer Lord Ahmed has been suspended by the party over reports that he blamed a Jewish conspiracy for his jail sentence A Muslim peer has been suspended from the Labour Party for allegedly blaming his prison sentence for dangerous driving on a Jewish conspiracy. Lord Ahmed was sentenced to three months for sending text messages shortly before his car was in a motorway crash that killed a father of two. But, in an extraordinary rant on Pakistani television, Lord Ahmed is alleged to have blamed his imprisonment on pressure from Jews ‘who own newspapers and TV channels’

Teenagers "turned into criminals by sex texts": Increasing numbers being arrested with many ending up on sex offenders" register

Young teenagers 'turned into criminals by sex texts': Increasing numbers being arrested with many ending up on sex offenders' register Police fear that children as young as 13 are sending 'sex texts'Three police forces run counselling groups for children sending messages Expert says there is an 'increase in indecent images sent by young people' | UPDATED: 23:36 GMT, 11 December 2012 Explicit: Children as young as 13 are viewing naked images on their mobile phones or downloading explicit content, with many being placed on the sex offenders' register (stock image) A generation of young teenagers is at risk of being criminalised as increasing numbers are arrested over online sexual offences, police warned last night. More are being investigated for swapping naked images of each other on their mobiles and downloading sexual pictures of teenagers, with many put on the sex offenders’ register.