Grayling: Tidal wave of books expected after Howard League asks supporters to mail them to justice secretary

Prison book ban: Grayling faces flood of books as campaigners step up protest

Chris Grayling faces prospect of being flooded with books, after the Howard League asks its supporters to mail them to the justice secretary

Palestinians look through the doors at Kamal Adwan hospital, where victims were brought following an Israeli strike on a UN school in Jabalia refugee camp

Western opinion 'rapidly turning against Israel' foreign secretary admits

Admission comes as news emerges of the bombing of another UN school, leading to at least 15 deaths

Revenge porn can be clamped down on using existing laws, peers say

No need for revenge porn law, peers say

Current laws will do - but director of public prosecutions needs to offer new guidance

Departures: One in six Scots would consider leaving under independence

Exodus: One in six Scots would leave country under independence

Seventeen per cent of Scottish adults would consider leaving the country if it becomes independent after the referendum in September


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