BRITAIN'S parole chief today admitted the victims of rapist cabbie John Worboys had been let down by his release.
Nick Hardwick called for an overhaul in the law which bans parole bosses from explaining why they make controversial decisions.
And he hinted new restrictions could be placed on Worboys to
DOWNING STREET today demanded answers over a staggering £660,000 pay-off for the former boss of Carillion as it sparked chaos in Government by collapsing into administration.
The PM’s official spokesman said Carillion’s board would have to explain why ex-chief exec Richard Howson was handed the bonus when leaving after
FACEBOOK and Google should fund police investigations into child sex abuse because they are "failing" kids, a top UK crime boss has said.
Lynne Owens, the National Crime Agency's Director General, has said that internet giants need to be be "more proactive" in hunting down paedophiles online who use
UKIP boss Henry Bolton today admitted he has "a lot of things to sort out" with his wife after he was exposed as having an affair with a 25-year-old model.
The party leader insisted his relationship with Jo Marney is not distracting him from his bid to turn round
EUROPE has moved on from talking about Brexit and there is no need for another referendum on Britain leaving the EU, one of the bloc's top bosses has declared.
Slapping down Nigel Farage's calls for another vote to silence Remainers once and for all, Jeroen Dijsselbloem said there was no
A TANNING boss lived a double life as a drugs kingpin who ran a huge cocaine racket from her town centre salon.
Leanne Duffin lured young people into addiction and then forced them to become drug dealers to repay their debts.
The calculating 31-year-old used Cosmopolitan Tanning Salon in Leyland
MARK HUGHES was the seventh manager to be sacked in the Premier League and Sun Bets believe Southampton will be the next club to swing the axe.
Mauricio Pellegrino’s days appear to be numbered at St Mary’s and Sun Bets have him favourite at 4/6 to be the next
STOKE CITY believe they can push through a deal to make Quique Sanchez Flores their new manager - despite a hold up in talks.
Ex-Watford boss Flores has told Espanyol he plans to leave and move to the Potteries for a return to Premier League football.
But the La Liga
A SHAMED company boss has become the third generation of his family to be convicted of child sex offences.
Twisted Jeremy Wright, 68, dodged jail despite downloading over a thousand indecent images of children - including 69 in the most serious category.
A further 98 were category B, while the
LAPDANCE club boss Peter Stringfellow has ditched the Tory party today because he's angry about the country moving towards Brexit.
The 77-year-old nightclub king has long been a donor to the Conservatives - but claims Theresa May’s EU exit plan is “totally against what I think is good for
BRITAIN'S top energy regulator issued an unprecedented apology today as he admitted Ofgem had cost millions of vulnerable customers a fortune by taking too long to tackle the Big Six.
Humiliated by MPs, Ofgem chief Dermot Nolan told a cross-party Commons committee the regulator should have introduced a price
A WALKER heard snoring noises before discovering a naked man buried alive by his boss and partner, a court heard.
Darren Bonner died two weeks later in hospital after his unconscious body was discovered in a hole hidden in the undergrowth on the Northumberland coast.
Richard Spottiswood and his partner
SLAVEN BILIC is favourite to be named as Stoke’s new manager, according to Sun Bets.
The Croatian is 1/5 to be given the tough task of guiding the Potters out of the relegation zone before securing Premier League safety.
Eddie Niedzwiecki has taken temporary charge of Stoke since Mark Hughes
NIGEL FARAGE rushed to defend embattled Ukip boss Henry Bolton last night as furious chiefs met to discuss the sex scandal engulfing the troubled party.
After The Sun revealed the leader’s affair with a topless model half his age, the party’s Equalities spokesman quit in disgust.
But Mr Farage said
ARSENE WENGER could quit managing the club and hand over power to Manchester City coach Mikel Arteta, according to reports.
The Mirror claims Pep Guardiola’s assistant is ready to return to his former club to take over from the struggling Frenchman.
Arsenal are 23 points off of Arteta’s Premier League
JEREMY CORBYN is set to appoint a trio of his hard-left pals to the House of Lords, it was claimed today.
A fatcat union boss, the head of an anti-Western protest group and a controversial activist will reportedly become Labour peers.
Mr Corbyn is expected to nominate a slate of
THE BOSS of Windsor council sparked anger today as he called for the town's homeless population to be kicked out before the royal wedding.
Simon Dudley wrote to his local police chief demanding that he clear out rough sleepers in time for Prince Harry's wedding in May.
He said the
A TOP ally of Jeremy Corbyn was today mocked after he ended up looking like a POTATO during a TV interview conducted via video link.
Shadow transport secretary Andy McDonald travelled north from London by train to highlight the 3.4 per cent hike in rail prices.
During his journey he
EUROPEAN leaders are set to fall out over Brexit trade talks - with Calais bosses keen to avoid damaging Britain's economy.
The former PM of Italy predicted that Jean-Claude Juncker and Michel Barnier will lose control of the Brexit process this year.
Last year, EU leaders united behind the Brussels
ONE of Jeremy Corbyn’s biggest trade union backers was today accused of rank “hypocrisy” over fat-cat pay - after an eye-watering wage hike for top officials.
Activists in the GMB are outraged after it emerged the union’s nine regional secretaries were awarded an inflation busting 7.2 per cent pay
STAFF who lost their jobs at a collapsed bus firm were shocked when their boss told them he hoped they all found work at another company that “treats them like s***.”
The outburst from Gary Jones, who ran D Jones and Son, left the former employees stunned.
One recorded Mr
ONE IN TEN women have said they have been sent home from work for wearing an outfit that was "too revealing".
A survey of 2,000 British office workers found 10 per cent of the women polled had been ordered home to change when their outfits were deemed "inappropriate".
Outfits considered too
CHELSEA and Tottenham flop Andre Villas-Boas is wanted by Paris St-Germain, according to reports.
Unai Emery is in the Paris hot seat – while AVB is out of work – but Arab News claims PSG sporting director Antero Henrique has asked to be kept informed of the Portuguese’s plans.
THE Walking Dead boss has revealed that viewers DID see the moment that Carl was bitten.
During the mid-season finale episode Carl Grimes, played by Chandler Riggs, revealed he had become a marked man after a walker bit him during the All Out War.
Fans of the show initially thought
UPSTAIRS No10 staff were belting out Christmas karaoke songs at their annual bash — but downstairs Theresa May was at her desk waiting for one of the most important calls of her career.
As the music blared out from the grand Downing Street state rooms, the Prime Minister joked:
ARLENE FOSTER tonight stood firm on the Brexit deal which was scuppered by the DUP - and blamed the Irish government for the collapse of the agreement.
Theresa May has been pleading with the unionist party to agree with her Irish border plans, but the DUP leader snubbed talks in
A BALLET school boss has been accused of slapping her boyfriend during a row over SEX TOYS.
Police in Florida were called in after the unusual altercation and arrested the dancer on suspicion of domestic battery.
It is claimed the pair got in to an argument about sex toys and
FOR a “man of honour” such as Mafia don of dons Salvatore “Totò” Riina, there could be no bigger betrayal.
One of his most loyal lieut-enants, Santino Di Matteo — who helped The Godfather assassinate an anti-Mafia judge — had turned police grass.
Nicknamed The Beast, Riina’s global criminal network,
THERESA MAY's hopes to start talking about an EU trade deal next month have been dashed after EU boss Donald Tusk warned that Britain must make "much more progress" first.
He gave Theresa May an extra two weeks to make big strides on our divorce bill and the issue