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Government to be quizzed over journalist’s phone records

The country was quite rightly up in arms over the News of the World’s devious phone tapping¬†exploits. And now a¬†local newspaper is equally indignant after discovering that Suffolk’s most senior detective obtained the private mobile phone records of a journalist without his consent in a bid to discover who he had been speaking to. Journalists are fiercely protective of their source of...
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Renewed call to legalise brothels following death of prostitute

A month ago I highlighted this very subject and asked whether we should legalise brothels. That very same message is now being endorsed by a local newspaper following the death of a prostitute from Ipswich, a young woman of 25, and the disappearance of a second prostitute from the town, aged 19. A murder investigation has been launched by Suffolk police following the discovery of the naked body...
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