Shocking moment hijab-wearing woman is attacked from behind and knocked to the floor unconscious as police reveal huge rise in hate crimes against Muslims in Britain

Hijab-wearing woman knocked to the floor unconscious in Newham

Tasneem Kabir suffered broken teeth and a smashed lip after she was hit by Michael Ayoade, 34, as she walked to college in Plaistow, Newham, on the afternoon of November 13, 2012. He was arrested after police released CCTV footage of the horrific attack (left), which showed Ayoade jogging away from the scene as Miss Kabir lay unconscious on the ground (right). Miss Kabir's assault is an example of the Islamaphobic attacks that are becoming increasingly common in the capital.

RAF drones take out two British jihadis: Cameron reveals ISIS fighters were killed to stop plot to carry out 'barbaric' attacks on streets of UK

British jihadi killed in drone strike in an 'act of self defence'

Reyaad Khan, 21, from Cardiff, was killed in response to a 'direct threat' to the British people. Two other ISIS militants, including British national Ruhul Amin, were also killed in attack on August 21. It is the first time that a British attack has been launched in a foreign country outside of a war.

Britain to open the doors to 20,000 Syrian refugees by 2020, Cameron reveals as he raids foreign aid budget to house them

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In a statement to MPs, the Prime Minister said the whole country had been deeply moved by 'heartbreaking' images of refugees fleeing for their lives as he

Former Dragons' Den millionaire and ex advisor to Cameron Douglas Richard is charged with child abuse 

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Technology millionaire Doug Richard, 57, who appeared in the BBC show in 2005 and famously failed to invest a penny in its second series, was arrested in January.

Six members of an Asian child abuse gang are jailed for a total of 82 years after grooming white girls for sex in exchange for a 'milkshake or McDonald's'

The men, pictured, targeted vulnerable children in Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire for sex secured with 'the price of a McDonald's, a milkshake and a cinema ticket', the Old Bailey heard.

X Factor contestant described as a 'country bumpkin' farmer is really a trained soprano who has performed in musicals around Britain and even sung with Il Divo

Hannah Kilminster, 30, from Cirencester, wowed judges after performing a note perfect rendition of Queen's Somebody to Love during the auditions stages of the reality TV show.

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Spitfire pilot escapes with no injuries after crash landing in a field - the second time he has survived a vintage plane crash 

Well-known airman Rob Davies MBE walked away uninjured when the vintage plane he was flying crashed (pictured) in Woodchurch, Kent, this morning, skidding along a grass field.

The mother who is OUTRAGED that her girl, 13, was sent home from school for bizarre leopard-print hair - and claims it's a 'breach of her human rights'

Lauren Mcdowell, pictured, has her head shaved on one side which is dyed in the pattern of a leopard's skin. On her first day of the term, Forge Valley School in Sheffield, told her to leave classes.

Woman watched in horror as her friend was killed by falling rock as they celebrated end of exams with a cheese and wine picnic on the beach 

Georgina Le Fjord killed by falling rock at Llantwit Major beach

Martha Ormerod (right), 25, was drinking Prosecco on the beach at Llantwit Major, south Wales, when her friend Georgina Le Fjord (left) was hit by a rock in June. The 23-year-old was killed almost immediately despite witnesses battling to revive her. In an inquest, which returned a verdict of accidental death, Miss Ormerod said she was 'shocked' at the sight of her friend covered in blood and spoke of her horror at trying to revive Miss Le Fjord as she lay beneath the cliffs (inset).

Councils plotting to block summer-born children delaying their school start because it is 'neater'

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Councils have plotted to dissuade parents from holding back their four-year-olds over fears that they could 'open up the floodgates' to other families, according to campaigners.

How Grange Hill left Byker Grove behind: Northern children 50% more likely to be stuck in failing schools than those in South

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More than one in four children in the north of England attend a senior school rated by inspectors as not good enough. That compares to 17 per cent - or around one in six - in the South.

Revealed: The low paid workers who would need TWO HUNDRED YEARS to save a deposit to buy a house

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The average house price for a first-time buyer has topped more than £200,000 but banks are only willing to lend the equivalent of four and a half times average wages.

Schoolboy, 11, has been left unable to smile or laugh without suffering narcolepsy fits after he was given a nasal spray flu vaccine as part of a government scheme 

Bobby Hunter (pictured with parents Bob and Amanda) was given the nasal spray at school as part of a joint NHS and government scheme which will be rolled out across England this month.

Even at 14, the referee's a ******: Schoolgirl official horrified by volleys of abuse directed at her from parents on the sidelines 

Emily Dyke, pictured, from Guisborough, North Yorkshire, was close to quitting refereeing after the verbal volleys, despite her love of refereeing. Her dad watched on in horror as his daughter was abused.

Heartwarming moment dognapped spaniel cross puppy who disappeared from garden at just 14 weeks old is reunited with owner after being found 250 MILES away 

Brady, a spaniel, poodle, cairn terrier cross, was only 14 weeks old when he was taken from Aime Sands' back garden in Dunbar, East Lothian a month ago. The touching moment they were reunited was filmed.

Anorexic schoolgirl told by bullies to 'kill herself' because she was ginger ends up being tube fed after dropping to just 6st

Jasmine Green, 15, from Bedford, developed crippling anorexia after bullies told her to 'cut or hang' herself because of her ginger hair and goth-style clothes.

Family's agony after student who claimed she was raped by undergraduate 'kills herself' at parents' country home

The body of Hannah Stubbs, 22, was found at her parents' country home six months after she was allegedly attacked at Keele University in Staffordshire.

Sherlock actress's horror after fanatic posts threats and pictures of weapons online claiming Cumberbatch's co-stars are 'giving him a bad name' 

Sherlock star Amanda Abbington and her partner Martin Freeman, who also appears in the successful show, contacted police after the fan posted pictures of a baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire.

'Our baby was swapped at birth': DNA test reveals British father's son was switched for darker-skinned baby hours after his wife gave birth in El Salvador hospital - then sold by people traffickers

Richard Cushworth’s son was switched at birth in El Salvador hospital and then sold

Richard Cushworth and his wife Mercedes Casanellas welcomed a son at a hospital in San Salvador in May this year, but say they immediately noticed that something was wrong. The couple, (top right with their 'swapped' child) who live in Dallas, Texas, waited three months before they took a DNA test - which proved the child handed to them by hospital staff has a 0.00 per cent probability of being related to either of them. They now fear their light-skinned baby (pictured left and bottom right) was snatched deliberately by staff at the Ginecologico private hospital in the country's capital San Salvador to sell to child traffickers. Ms Casanella's obstetrician-gyneacologist, Dr Alejandra Guidos, who the couple accuse of masterminding the plot, was arrested on Thursday. The country's Attorney General has now ordered a criminal investigation .

Privately educated son of two police officers is jailed for dealing cannabis and ecstasy at university - and carried on selling drugs even while he was on bail 

Alex Wardle, originally from Nottingham, started selling drugs to clubbers while studying for an economics degree at the University of Hull. He was jailed for four years and four months.

British holidaymaker 'ambushed by a group of men and raped' after leaving a nightclub in Mallorca 

The 22-year-old British holidaymaker had reportedly left a popular nightclub in the resort of Port d'Alcúdia, Mallorca, when she was ambushed by a group of men in the early hours of Saturday.

Eight-year-old boy went magnet fishing in a canal - and pulled out an unexploded WWII GRENADE

Brando Smith, eight, from Notting Hill, was playing with his twin brother Jacopo and best friend Nour, using a large strong magnet to 'fish' for treasure in London's Grand Union Canal.

Married female tutor abused a schoolboy, 13, during a lesson at his home then had sex with him 100 times over two years, court hears

Carolyn Keeling, 64, from Taynton, Oxfordshire, allegedly smoked cannabis and drank wine during bi-weekly lessons at the teenager's family home.

Teenage girl asked older man to send her child abuse videos - and was only caught when her phone was sold at a second-hand shop 

Chloe Dunn, pictured, from Portsmouth, received 'sick and perverted' videos involving youngsters aged under five after she messaged an older man that she wanted to see kids getting abused.

Pub manager who beat up a regular in a 'drink up' closing time row is now on trial for murder after his victim died two and a half years later

David Keane, 43, was seen on CCTV punching George Harris and jumping on his head during a closing time dispute in Rusholme, Manchester, in July 2011.

Holidaymakers claim they were left terrified after Thomas Cook cabin crew 'discussed Shoreham Airshow disaster just before take-off'

Patrick Cartledge and Donna Elliott were looking forward to a week away in Lanzarote but the couple claim the start of their holiday was ruined when they overheard the cabin crew's conversation.

Coroner for inquest into Shoreham airshow disaster was once jailed for lying to get her detective boyfriend off a drink-drive charge

Penelope Schofield, 53, was jailed for three months after pretending she had driven Detective Constable Nigel Phillips's car when he crashed on the way home from a Christmas party.

Drug dealing former Shameless star Jody Latham forced to flee theatre after being attacked by other members of the audience

The 32-year-old actor suffered facial injuries while his fiancée Sarah Byrne, 26, was also targeted during the opening night of the play Bagheads at the Lowry Theatre in Salford.

How hundreds of Muslim migrants are converting to Christianity to boost their chances of winning asylum in Germany

How Muslim migrants are converting to Christianity in Germany

Hundreds of mostly Iranian and Afghan asylum seekers have converted to Christianity at the evangelical Trinity Church in a leafy Berlin neighbourhood. LIke Mohammed Ali Zonoobi, most say true belief prompted their embrace of Christianity. But there's no overlooking the fact that the decision will also greatly boost their chances of winning asylum by allowing them to claim they would face persecution if sent home.

Penned in with 13ft fences topped with razor wire: Migrants treated like prisoners in new 'Alien Holding Centre' as Hungary rounds up unrelenting wave of refugees across its border

The new facility was described by authorities as a 'registration centre' where migrants can be held for some 24 hours in the town of Roszke on its border with Serbia.

'They're NOT refugees, they're migrants after a German life': Hungarian PM claims thousands fleeing war zones should stay in Turkey because they are no longer in danger

Austrian Chancellor Werner Faymann said last night that the country will end the emergency measures which allowed migrants stranded in Hungary into Austria and Germany since Saturday.

RAF bombers could strike against ISIS in Syria within weeks to stem the flow of refugees into Europe

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Prime Minister David Cameron, Chancellor George Osborne, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon and Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond have agreed there is a 'strong case' for action in Syria.

Angelina Jolie urges Europe to prioritise refugees from war torn countries saying they are in more need than economic migrants

The actress waded into the European migrant crisis by saying that people should be conscious of the difference between refugees fleeing war torn countries and economic migrants.

Revealed: Peers who NEVER spoke in the House of Lords claimed £1.3 million in expenses last year

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Peers are entitled to claim £300 a day for attending Parliament - even if they do not speak or vote in any debate. Between 2010 to 2015, 30 peers claimed more than £750,000 without ever speaking.

Lib Dem MP in court over leak of memo claiming Sturgeon secretly wanted Cameron to stay in Downing Street

The former Scottish secretary has faced pressure to quit after admitting leaking the memo written by a civil servant which suggested First Minister Nicola Sturgeon wanted David Cameron to win the general election.

Missing ballot papers in Labour leadership contest trigger call from one contender to delay the result by THREE days

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EXCLUSIVE: MailOnline has learned that one leadership campaign wants a delay over claims a large number of members, including senior former Cabinet ministers, have not received papers.

SNP's Nicola Sturgeon attacks 'hideous and cruel' focus on her appearance - as she goes all blonde for glamorous Vogue photoshoot

The SNP leader told the fashion magazine that she was criticised over her appearance far more than male politicians and claimed the attacks were often 'hideous and quite cruel'.

As few as one in three school children have taken up Nick Clegg's flagship free meals... because pupils don't like the food 

The scheme to provide all primary pupils with free lunches during their first three years in education was championed by Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg under the last government.

'We did it!' YouTube sensations Tanya Burr and Jim Chapman marry in front of guests including Zoella and Alfie Deyes... but all social media is banned

YouTubers Tanya Burr and Jim Chapman marry, with guests including Zoella

The photographs of the vloggers' nuptials have only just surfaced after the wedding was hushed up. Guests included fellow internet stars Zoe Suggs, Alfie Deyes and Joe Suggs. Tanya, who runs a popular beauty and lifestyle channel, gracefully said 'I do' in a stunning lace Phillipa Lepley gown. Meanwhile groom Jim, best know for vlogging about pop culture and men's fashion, looked dapper in a tailored three-piece suit.

Eggheads quiz show star says he thinks he killed a homeless man who he threw into a canal while defending himself from mugging 

Eggheads star CJ de Mooi, 45, said he was threatened by his attacker, a homeless drug addict who was wielding a knife, during an attempted mugging while he was living in Amsterdam.

BBC Director General Tony Hall as he reveals plans to 'expand' into Middle East, Russia, Africa, North Korea and India... and guess who will pay for it 

Lord Hall admitted that the BBC World expansion to 'promote British values' may have to be at least part-funded by the Government because of a lack of funds.

Taxpayer-funded Network Rail made £13MILLION in three years by charging passengers 30p to use the toilet at stations

The part taxpayer-funded company, which was formally renationalised last year, charges travellers between 30p and 50p to use facilities at some stations across the country.

'Jaw dropping' skin cancer drug will now be available on the NHS - giving hope to thousands with advanced melanoma

Pembrolizumab, which harnesses the body's own immune system and teaches it to attack tumours, was today approved for use by drugs rationing watchdog Nice.

Britain's top family judge rules that a single father has NO rights over his own son and names the surrogate mother the child's only legal guardian 

The British man, who can't be named, paid £30,000 to become a father. But Sir James Munby (pictured) dismissed his claim at the High Court in London, saying only the boy's mother can be sole parent.

Morrisons faces furious backlash from women after moving New Scientist magazine to MEN'S section

Biology graduate Sophia Anam, from Leeds, has accused the store of giving young girls 'an awful message' after she took a photo of her local branch's shelves and posted it on Facebook.

More sex please, we're British! Viewers complain the BBC's adaption of Lady Chatterley's Lover was 'like Teletubbies' because there wasn't enough nudity

One viewer was so disappointed with the nudity content - or lack thereof - that they described the 90-minute programme as 'as salacious as the abrasions of two blocks of wood.'

This year we're going for a fortnight on the M5: Service station has become a destination in itself with families spurning seaside to enjoy its waterfall, rolling country and organic treats 

An English service station has become an unusual holiday destination in itself. Families are giving up their traditional seaside getaways to spend time at Gloucester Services on the M5.

Architects develop a radical solution to replace the entire 17-mile long Circle Line with a high-speed three-lane travelator because it will be quicker 

The team at City based NBBJ Architects believe that the problems on the often late-running London Underground line could be solved by replacing its trains with high-speed travelators.

'I'm not dealing with this b****': Estate agent sent shockingly rude message about tenant who dared to ask for her burglar alarm to be fixed... but accidentally emailed her a copy

S&S Estates agent sent email about tenant but accidentally included her

Sarah Darlington, 29, pictured left, contacted S&S; Estates in Prestwich, Greater Manchester to ask for the broken burglar alarm in her flat to be fixed. But when she received a response from an agent she was shocked to see he had also accidentally sent earlier messages between him and his co-worker, including one that read 'I'm not dealing with this b****' (right).

Married father of three caught on CCTV walking into stables just moments before he sexually assaulted a horse

Alan Blackman, 31, pictured, was arrested after the animal was found injured and in need of veterinary treatment at a farm stables in Redenhall, Norfolk, on August 6.

Man bombarded woman he met on dating website with 150 texts a day and threatened to kill her after she went on ONE DATE

Peter Wolfe met his victim on a dating site but after they met up for the first time in May 2014 she told him she did not want a relationship. He was jailed for 14 months at Canterbury Crown Court.

Poodle savaged in horrifying attack by American bulldog as she tried to save her 10-month-old puppy 

Pippie, three, was outside with puppy Pierre in Bolton, Greater Manchester, on Sunday night when an American bulldog attacked them, leaving both dogs with brutal injuries.

Cheers! Mother completes UK's longest pub crawl after raising a glass in every one of Britain's 656 Red Lions

Cathy Price from Preston, Lancashire, has spent almost five years and more than £16,000 criss-crossing the country in her quest to visit the 656 pubs that share the nation's most common pub name.

Eight-months-pregnant woman forced to stand on train for more than half an hour because businessman refused to get out of the seat she'd booked 

Eight-months-pregnant woman stands on train as man refused to leave booked seat

Mhari-Claire Doolan (left), who is 34 weeks pregnant with her first child, boarded the train from Birmingham New Street (right) to Manchester Piccadilly around 5.30pm on August 26. The 29-year-old showed the man her ticket, which had proof of her reservation on, but claimed he then 'laughed in her face' and refused to move until he got to his stop. Miss Doolan, from Manchester, said she was left embarrassed and concerned she would have to stand for the entire hour-and-a-half journey.

New e-cigarette warning: Teenagers are now using the devices to vape cannabis oil - which is 'more potent than smoking pot'

Scientists at Oberlin College in Ohio found students who use e-cigarettes are twice as likely to use the devices to vape hash oil - which is stronger than regular marujuana that is smoked.

Will hackers make self-driving cars CRASH? Vehicles are tricked into seeing 'ghost' obstacles using just a laser pointer

Security expert Jonathan Petit developed the proof-of-concept attack at the University of Cork. His findings are due to be presented at November's Black Hat conference in Amsterdam.

Cure for alcoholism now one step closer: Scientists pinpoint specific cells in the brain that make drinkers crave more booze

Scientists at Texas A&M; College of Medicine have identified the specific dopamine receptors in the brain that influence a person's desire to drink more alcohol, paving the way for new drug therapies.

Is YOUR job leading you to an early grave? Stress at work is 'as damaging to health as second-hand smoke'

Working long hours or conflict between work and family life raises the odds of an early death by 20 per cent - higher than second-hand smoke exposure - experts from Harvard Business School found.

The summery whiff of fresh-cut grass is also the smell of DEATH: Same chemical given off by fresh cadavers

Scientists at Huddersfield University say the findings could be used to better train police dogs and lead to more bodies being recovered.

Could a test reveal whether your newborn will grow up to be a PSYCHOPATH?

Psychiatrists at Kings College London say babies that prefer looking at a ball to a human face are more likely to develop callous-unemotional characteristics.

A rare glimpse of the Queen's private world: Candid photos show the monarch choosing curtains and working through her red boxes

Photos of the Queen show the monarch working through her red boxes

The previously unpublished images are the work of photographer David Secombe, 53, who took them while working on a BBC documentary called Elizabeth R over eight months in 1991. Among the candid snaps are pictures of the Queen choosing curtain material and watching TV at Holyroodhouse (left and right), reading through official correspondence at Buckingham Palace (top centre) and flying back to London after a politically sensitive visit to Northern Ireland (bottom centre).

High-flyers come down to earth on a rope as they abseil down the Gherkin, the Cheesegrater and the Walkie Talkie building in 'City Three Peaks' challenge

A group of philanthropists, adventurers and entrepreneurs, are abseiling from London's tallest buildings - the Gherkin, the Cheesegrater, and the Walkie Talkie - in the name of charity.

Meet social media's newest canine stars: Pets melt hearts around the world after besotted owner shares cute snaps of her four dogs at play

Shandess Griffin, a dog daycare manager from Maple Ridge, Canada, has had close to one million views for a snap she shared of her furry friends crammed into the back of a small Volkswagen.

Trout vs duck: Incredible pictures show the moment bird takes on a fish for a morsel of food

Pictures from the River Test in Hampshire show the unsuspecting fish posing in front of the camera, while the mallard dived into the shot just behind it.

A busman's holiday! Couple spends £15,000 converting double-decker bus into private retreat complete with a kitchen, three bedrooms and HOT TUB

Andrew and Lisa-Jane Powis, from Ryton, Shropshire, bought the Lleyland Atlanteen bus off eBay for just £2,500 and spent six weeks transforming it into a unique camper van.

Holy Barracuda!: Original Batmobile goes up for sale and is expected to cost £3million (but doesn't include rockets and oil slicks)

Batman fans around the world will finally get a chance to get their hands on the original Batmobile as it goes up for auction in Arizona. It is expected to cost an estimated £3million.

In sickness and in SELFIE! Vicar interrupts wedding ceremony to grab a snap with the happy couple and their guests

Emma and Jamie Scarborough, from Corby Northamptonshire, were stunned when their vicar pulled out a selfie stick before they swapped vows. The bride, 26, called the shot 'extra special.'

A quiet word in your ear, my deer: Moment a doe lets a crow clean out ticks and parasites with its beak 

The young deer - estimated to be younger than a year old - was grazing with her mum and dad at Bushy Park in London when the crow swooped down for a very different kind of ear-full.

Roo are my best friend! Toddler forms inseparable bond with a kangaroo with the pair playing and eating together and even dressing like each other 

Alia Heckathorn, 14 months, from Northern Virginia, formed the unlikely friendship with the kangaroo called Boomeroo, after the pair were introduced by the toddler's mother Julia.

Gorillas like photos too! Incredible moment Jelani 'asks' to see a new picture as man scrolls through ape images on his iPhone

The clip features a man using his mobile phone to maintain the interest of a gorilla named Jelani from behind the safety glass at Louisville Zoo in Kentucky.

'Grab the head, pull it back and cut from the neck': Boy, 14, who featured in ISIS propaganda video reveals how he was taught how to kill and to hate at 'Cubs of Caliphate' terror camp

Boy in ISIS propaganda video reveals how he was taught how to kill

EXCLUSIVE: Yazidi teenager Raghab Ahmed (pictured top right) has told how he was forced to feature in an ISIS propaganda video (main) at a training camp where boys as young as five were trained to become killers. The video, filmed in ISIS's de-facto capital of Raqqa in Syria, showed Raghab and other 'Cubs of the Caliphate' performing military exercises with loaded assault rifles. His family managed to escape with the help of a people smuggler, and Raghab has shared photos of jihadists (bottom right) he smuggled out of Syria on a memory stick with MailOnline.

Girl, 11, who suffered severe head injuries in Spain's worst rally disaster dies in hospital - taking the death toll to seven

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The youngster, named locally as Uxia, had been in a critical condition with severe head injuries since the Saturday's crash in the small town of Carral, in Galicia, in the north west of the country.

Key suspect in deadly Bangkok bombing publicly 'confesses' to charges of possessing illegal explosives after a week of military interrogation

Shortly after being transferred to police custody today after a week of military interrogation, Yusufu Mierili, 25, was told to publicly acknowledge the charge against him.

Amanda Knox was cleared over Meredith's murder because there was no evidence she was at the murder scene, reveals scathing court report

Italy's top criminal court has blamed prosecutors for presenting a flawed and hastily constructed case against Amanda Knox and her former Italian boyfriend over the murder of Meredith Kercher in Perugia, Italy.

France prepares for airstrikes against ISIS as it begins reconnaissance missions on terror targets in Syria

With several ISIS-connected terror attacks in France this year alone, Hollande (right) said the surveillance flights are intended to gather information on potential security threats.

Tunisian authorities warn extremists are plotting car bomb attacks in capital three months after beach terror

Tunisian authorities have warned of possible car bombings in the capital Tunis and banned traffic in parts of the city after receiving intelligence reports about potential attacks.

New Nazi treasure hunt: Now Russian 'expert' claims to have found lost lorries loaded with gold from bank emptied by Soviet forces

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The unnamed 'expert' says he has found the location of lorries from the Bank of Smolensk, which had been emptied by Soviet forces in order to prevent the Nazis from getting their hands on its riches.

Incredible dashcam footage captures the moment a huge fireball plummets to earth and explodes in Bangkok

The incredibly rare event was captured on a dashcam and showed the fireball, which is believed to be a meteorite, descending at speed at about 8:45am local time in Bangkok.

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DOMINIC LAWSON: Stop wasting our money on fantasies about VIP abusers murdering children 

DOMINIC LAWSON questions why a senior policeman said claims about VIP abusers at Dolphin Square were 'credible and true, ' without making a single arrest or finding a body.

DAILY MAIL COMMENT: End charities' grubby tactics once and for all 

IN a grovelling apology, the bosses of 17 leading British charities yesterday admitted failing 'to live up to' the high standards the public deserves.