‘Repellent and appalling’ sex offender jailed for groping teen girl on train – The Independent

‘A “dangerous” sex offender with more than 90 criminal convictions has been jailed for groping a teenage girl on a train.’

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The Independent, 3rd October 2022

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Prisoner sentenced for further death threats to MP Jess Phillips – BBC News

‘A prisoner already convicted for sending death threats to MPs has been further sentenced for sending more to Jess Phillips.’

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BBC News, 1st November 2021

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Is There A Point In Banning Drill Rappers Using Certain Words? – Rights Info

‘“Bandoe”, “Booj”, “trapping” and “Kitty”. These are a few of the words drill rapper Ervine Kimpalu has been banned from using in his music for five years after being imprisoned on drug dealing charges. It has sparked renewed debate over the role the music genre plays in serious youth violence. So, how is it that a person can be prevented from using certain words? And is there any point? RightsInfo explores.’

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Rights Info, 24th October 2019

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London drill rap group banned from making music due to threat of violence – The Guardian

‘A drill rap group in London has been issued with a court order that bans them from making music without police permission.’

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The Guardian, 15th June 2018

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Back garden chemist jailed for selling controlled chemicals – Crown Prosecution Service

Posted July 3rd, 2017 in criminal behaviour orders, explosives, news, press releases, sentencing by tracey

‘A man who sold controlled chemicals from a back garden laboratory has today (June 30) been sent to prison.’

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Crown Prosecution Service, 30th June 2017

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Rare butterfly killer Philip Cullen spared jail – BBC News

‘A collector who captured and killed the UK’s rarest butterfly – the Large Blue – has been spared jail.’

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BBC News, 7th April 2017

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One in three councils targeting rough sleepers with enforcement measures: Crisis – Local Government Lawyer

‘More than one in three councils (36%) are targeting rough sleepers with enforcement measures such as Criminal Behaviour Orders (CBOs) and Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs), research by national homelessness charity Crisis has suggested.’

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Local Government Lawyer, 4th April 2017

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Man becomes first in country to have to tell police every time he starts a new relationship – Daily Telegraph

‘A man is believed to be the first in the country to have to tell the police when he starts a new relationship so they can inform future partners about his violent history.’

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Daily Telegraph, 4th April 2017

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Shoplifter spared jail after applying to go on The Jeremy Kyle Show to seek help – Daily Telegraph

‘A serial shoplifter has avoided prison after magistrates heard he is applying to appear on The Jeremy Kyle Show to seek help.’

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Daily Telegraph, 16th February 2017

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Man jailed for racial abuse on Manchester tram – The Guardian

‘Robert Molloy, 20, was sentenced to 24 weeks in prison over the racist attack filmed by a fellow tram passenger in Manchester.’

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The Guardian, 7th February 2017

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