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Archive for May, 2016

Legal Highs Ban Comes into Force Across the UK
A blanket ban on so-called legal highs has come into force in the UK. Laws criminalising the production, distribution, sale and supply of what are otherwise known as new psychoactive substances began at midnight.     The chemicals, sold under names...
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Schizophrenic killer case probed over claims NHS trust failed to stop a series of deaths
A paranoid schizophrenic whose savage attack left his mum dead and his dad badly injured is one of 10 NHS cases to be reviewed after a pensioner was stabbed to death. Graeme Morris, 38, travelled from his home in Brighton in October 2012 to launch an assault on his...
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Two Women Connected with Animal Cruelty Presented to Procurator Fiscal
A male pointer crossbreed was found in a bin in Dundonald Street last April 15, Friday. He was so malnourished and badly dehydrated that he had to be put down after being rescued by Scottish SPCA officers. When news about the dog's ordeal became public, there was a...
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Scotland Is World’s Assault Capital Based on 2015 UN Statistics
According to the 2015 statistics from the United Nations, Scotland is the world's assault capital. Data showed that there is a huge possibility of being physically attacked in Scotland than anywhere else around the world. The Scottish Government is none too pleased about...
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Anger over Prisoners Receiving Compensation for Being Locked Up Beyond Jail Term
Inmates kept in prison longer than their jail term is costing taxpayers more than £25,000. 72 prisoners have been receiving compensation for the past five years, as payment for being locked up longer than their original jail term. According to a Sunday Post probe,...
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