More than 300 police officers have been accused of using their position to sexually exploit people, including victims of crime, according to a report by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary. It said abuse of authority for sexual gain was now the "most serious" form of corruption facing police in England and Wales.
Dr. Katerina Hadjimatheou comments.
Dr Ben Margulies, Department of Politics and International Studies comments on the protests breaking out across the USA in light of Donald Trump’s election as president.
Past present and future: learning lessons about child sexual abuse and exploitation from the Savile and Hall enquiries
Associate Professor Christine Harrison from the Centre for Lifelong Learning shares her thoughts on the Jimmy Savile and Stuart Hall investigation, in light of the Dame Janet Smith review...
We must take the experience and knowledge of Dal Babu extremely seriously when he describes the government's counter-radicalisation strategy as "toxic", argues Dr Charlotte Heath-Kelly, who calls for a debate about the effectiveness of ‘Prevent’.
Professor Seán Hand, Head of the School of Modern Languages and Cultures, discusses the breaking news of an attack in Paris.