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Swinton Warehouse Fined for Working Unsafely
A warehouse in Salford has been fined £5,000 plus £3,800 in costs for several health and safety offences including using unsafe la...
Woman Invents 18 Children in Tax...
A Gambian immigrant has been given a 12-month jail sentence at Manchester Crown Court for serious tax credit fraud after HM Revenu...
Minister Targets Illegal Downloads
The government will tell internet service providers they will face legal sanctions unless they take concrete steps to curb illegal...
Straw Appeal Over Prison Sentences
The Guardian splashes on an interview with Jack Straw, in which the justice secretary urges magistrates to send fewer people to ja...
Government 'Failing' to Tackle Violent Crime,...
The government's spending watchdog has criticised Britain's approach to tackling violent crime.
'Dishonesty' Warning Over Wills
The government should consider regulating the will-writing industry which is a "hunting ground for the incompetent", says an MP.
£55m Payout to Help Overcrowding Crisis...
The Treasury has been forced into paying out £55 million to help ease the current overcrowding crisis in Britain's jails.
Two-year ASBO for Salford Teenager
A Salford teenager has been banned from parts of Ordsall and Salford Quays as part of a two-year anti-social behaviour order.
FRUIT KNIFE II HITS BACK AT...
Ten people have been arrested (Friday 15 February) as part of a major operation to tackle vehicle crime in north Manchester* and S...
Trials Allowing Parents to run Paedophile...
Parents are to be given new powers to check whether people who have access to their children have ever been convicted of child sex...
Government to Announce Anti-knife Measures in...
The government is set to announce new measures to prevent people from carrying knives in public in its plan to curb crime in the U...
Net Firms Reject Monitoring Role
UK net firms are resisting government suggestions that they should do more to monitor what customers do online.
Seeing Justice Being Done - Jack...
I want the public to see their courts as an accessible and vital part of their community. Courts that make a visible difference to...
Fifth of Britons Buy Fake Goods...
A fifth of Britons have bought counterfeit goods, a survey conducted for the BBC's Money Programme suggests.
Gang Victim Update - Now Stable...
Salford police have now said the condition of 26-year-old Mr Burns had improved from 'critical' to 'stable' at the neurological un...
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