Heartbroken mother Mal Szymanowicz has not seen her young daughter since 2012 when the girl’s father took her to Libya
Mark Maclennan, 30, was also found guilty of sexually abusing a girl and of having thousands of images of child porn on a computer he brought into the nursery
Ministers are slashing the cash available to help struggling bedroom tax victims, it has been announced.
Since the barbaric massacre of 12 Charlie Hebdo journalists in Paris, France has been held up as a mirror in which Britain has begun reassessing its own version of multiculturalism. There have undoubtedly been countless integration success stories across Britain. But this seismic event has reminded us of an inconvenient truth: you don’t have to […]
Mauricio Pochettino is looking like the alchemist Daniel Levy’s been trying to find for years. Illustration by Richard Swarbrick While delirious Spurs fans celebrated the stunning contribution of Christian Eriksen on Wednesday night they might have spared a thought for the other hero of the hour. Not the typically excellent Harry Kane, who menaced the […]
I grew up in what felt like an emotional war zone – consistently uncertain and forever fragile – trying to navigate my way through the world and establish the ground rules for love and relationships. After years of never really being allowed my own voice, and acting as a vessel for my parents’ point scoring, […]
At first glance it makes sense that men, who helped create what is now a foetus in a pregnant woman, should have a say in if a woman has an abortion or not. Men will be affected by the outcome of whether it is aborted or carried through to delivery; they have to pay their […]
Mal Szymanowicz’s daughter Talia was snatched by Maher Belaid, Ms Szymanowicz’s estranged husband, in 2012 and taken from their home in Barry, south Wales to north Africa
Lt. Col. Edward Saylor was a young flight engineer-gunner when he volunteered for the dangerous 1942 raid on Tokyo, in Japan, daring mission credited with lifting American morale.
Glyn and Julie Seabridge attending the inquest (Picture: PA) An eight-year-old boy whose parents thought was suffering growing pains later died from scurvy, an inquest has heard. Dylan Seabridge complained to mother Julie and father Glyn about aches but they did not seek medical advice. However, he later collapsed at home in Eglwyswrw in Pembrokeshire, West […]