Rape and the legal system
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As the infamous Slutwalk marches on to the streets of the Capital, Claire Askew and Jenny Kemp debate its merits as a valid movement
IT ALL started with a comment made by one man to ten students in Toronto. In January a police officer called Michael Sanguinetti gave a talk on personal safety to a group of students on a university campus. "I've been told I'm not supposed to say this," he said. "However, women should avoid dressing like sluts in order not to be victimised."
ED MILIBAND today demanded the resignation of Justice Secretary Kenneth Clarke after he said that there were different categories of rape.
At Rape Crisis Scotland we are concerned that there is a very real possibility that the Cadder ruling might reduce even further the already extremely low prosecution rate for rape.
RAPE victims whose cases are not taken on by prosecutors could appeal under European rules and radically change Scots law, according to Scotland's top lawyer.
CONSERVATIVE MSP Bill Aitken has quit his role as convener of Holyrood's Justice Committee after comments he made about an alleged rape drew widespread criticism.
POLICE in Edinburgh are to launch the latest stage in a new campaign against rape.
As Julian Assange faces trial, Carla Gray asks what we can learn from the Swedish legal system
A MAN who carried out a "despicable" rape on a 14-year-old girl at a party has been jailed for seven and a half years.
NICKY Jones was a 13-year-old schoolgirl when a rapist robbed her of her childhood.
A STALKER was jailed after writing an online story about raping and murdering a woman he had been harassing in real life for two years.
A MAN who abducted, raped and tried to murder a prostitute is facing a life in prison.
A MAN was yesterday found guilty of committing a series of violent sex attacks in Inverness over a nine-year period.
A GIRL of 16 has been left "utterly traumatised" after she was dragged into a lane and raped.
SUPPORT services for rape and domestic abuse victims across Scotland could be put at risk if the Scottish Government abandons dedicated funding for women and children's organisations, two leading support groups have warned.
Sentencing of a serial sex attacker caught by his twin brother's DNA was delayed yesterday.
SCOTLAND's first ever television advert aimed at challenging ingrained attitudes among some Scots blaming women for being raped was launched last night to coincide with peak World Cup audiences.
THE brutal rape of a schoolteacher by a convicted sex offender has sparked calls for tougher bail and monitoring conditions.