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THE Prison Service is facing questions today after it emerged Soham murderer Ian Huntley had again attempted suicide.
HAILEY Giblin, 21, who brought a civil case against the Soham child killer Ian Huntley, yesterday spoke of her "relief" after being told at
THE parents of Soham murderer Ian Huntley are backing calls for their son to spend the rest of his life in prison, it was reported today.
The Lord Chancellor waded into the row over sentencing last night by indicating he believed Soham murderer Ian Huntley should die in prison.
NEW child-protection laws introduced in the wake of the Soham murders are "creating a climate of social distrust" between adults and young people, according to a parents' group.
A FELLOW prisoner allegedly attacked Soham child killer Ian Huntley in Wakefield Prison.
DETECTIVES investigating the suicide bid by Soham killer Ian Huntley are examining a tape that could yield more information about the final moments of his two young victims.
CHILD killer Ian Huntley revealed the truth about his crimes on a secret tape he made before his failed suicide bid, sources said today.
A REVIEW of the way Ian Huntley is looked after in jail was launched yesterday after the child murderer was found unconscious in his cell following a suspected overdose.
SOHAM murderer Ian Huntley was found unconscious in his jail cell today after taking a suspected overdose.
ONE is "the most hated woman in Britain", the former fiancée of Soham killer Ian Huntley who lied to police to try to protect him.
JEREMY Vine, the BBC radio presenter, apologised on air yesterday after his show ran a spoof report that Ian Huntley, the Soham killer, had been murdered in prison.
LETTERS saying "sorry" and reportedly signed by child killers Ian Huntley and Roy Whiting have been left at their victims' graves.
SIR Ian Blair, the country's most senior police chief, apologised "unreservedly" yesterday for his controversial comments about the Soham murders, but stood by his remarks over "institutional racism" in the media.
BRITAIN'S most senior police chief, Sir Ian Blair, opened himself up to criticism yesterday after he said that "almost nobody" could understand why the "dreadful" story of the murder of two girls in Soham became "the biggest story in Britain".
SCOTLAND'S police have made good progress towards ensuring the mistakes which led to the Soham murders would not happen north of the Border, a report revealed today.
THE Soham murderer, Ian Huntley, must stay in prison until he is at least 70 for killing schoolgirls Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman, a High Court judge ruled yesterday.
SOHAM murderer Ian Huntley was today told he will not be considered for release from prison until he is nearly 70.