Andrew Hough
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/ 22 February 2008

Ipswich killer jailed for life

Convicted killer Steve Wright was told by a judge on Friday that he will spend the rest of his life behind bars for his six-week ”targeted campaign of murder” against five prostitutes. Wright (49) killed the five drug-addicted women around the city of Ipswich in late 2006.

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/ 30 October 2007

McCanns defend using public fund to pay mortgage

The parents of missing Madeleine McCann repaid two instalments of their mortgage with money from the fund set up to help find her, their spokesperson confirmed on Tuesday. But Kate and Gerry McCann stopped taking money from the £1-million ”Find Madeleine” fund after they were made official suspects, Clarence Mitchell said.

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/ 21 September 2007

‘Cyber bullying’ crackdown unveiled

A new crackdown on ”cyber bullying” was unveiled by the British government on Friday in a bid to stamp out the growing problem in schools. The new measures aim to protect pupils and teachers from abusive SMSs, phone calls and emails and offensive or violent video clips posted on the internet.