Peterborough MP Stewart Jackson has hit out at a school for excluded children which allows pupils as young as 14 to take smoking breaks.
The family of Lukasz Slaboszewski have released a statement on the day his killer, Joanna Dennehy, is sentenced to life in prison.
The family of Kevin Lee have released a statement on the day his killer, Joanna Dennehy, is sentenced to life in prison.
Serial killer Joanne Dennehy will spend the rest of her life in prison after killing three men in and around Peterborough, and attempting to kill two other men in Hereford.
During the verdict being read out by the judge at the Old Bailey, Dennehy laughed in the dock.
The psychopathic killer was sentenced at the Old Bailey today to a whole-life prison term after admitting the three murders and two attempted murders.
She is only the third woman to be handed such a sentence.
Convicted serial killer Joanna Dennehy from Peterborough is due to be sentenced today at the Old Bailey for stabbing three men to death and trying to kill two others.
Two men, Gary Stretch and Leslie Leyton, are also due to be sentenced for helping her during her killing spree.
Triple murderer Joanna Dennehy is due to be sentenced later today.
Dennehy, who is 31 and from Orton Goldhay Peterborough, murdered Lukasz Slaboszewski, Kevin Lee, and John Chapman, 56, over a 10-day period last March.
Dennehy, seen here in these CCTV pictures, be sentenced at the Old Bailey. Three of her accomplices are also due to be sentenced at the same hearing.
An immigrant child sex gang has been blasted by a judge for failing to respect their adopted country by abusing a string of young girls in Peterborough - and failing to learn English.
Judge John Bevan QC told the court that despite the gang members living legally in the UK for between five and 12 years, taxpayers will have to foot a £40,000 bill for interpreters following the trial.
The judge laid into the four Roma men and boys from the Czech Republic and Slovakia, and an Iraqi Kurd, as he sentenced them for raping and sexually assaulting five girls aged as young as 12.
He told them: "The combination of the crimes you have committed and your attitude to these crimes both in this country and this court bring discredit on all of you in the dock."
"[It also] does a disservice to your fellow Roma who want to work hard in this country, improve themselves and make a positive contribution.
"If you want to live in this country you must do so in an appropriate way."With rights come responsibilities, which you have singularly failed to take."
A victim, known as only as Girl E, said she thought she loved her attacker, Renato Balog, but he soon became "nasty".
I felt very confused and embarrassed. I was ashamed in myself for doing these things with him even though I didn't want to do them.
Another victim, known as Girl A, said:
I felt upset and scared, the boys told me if I told police they would kill me and my family and I thought they would.
When we had to go to court I had to go to London and stay there. It was proper hard. I cried. It was hard to talk.
I was worried people would laugh at me and wouldn't be able to understand me because of how I speak and I was embarrassed about talking.
After I left court it felt like a long time waiting and felt like nothing was happening. I thought that the boys were going to get out and get me.
I am still frightened that they will kill me when they get out.
Zdeno Mirga, 18, who was described by one victim as the "boss", was convicted of eight counts of rape and one count of inciting child prostitution.
In police interviews, an excerpt from which is above, Mirga had told police that he was a virgin.
He said that his Christian beliefs would prevent him from having sex before marriage.
Social worker Estelle Thain told ITV News that she became increasingly concerned about one of the Peterborough victims when she became "too frightened" to speak about her experiences.
"It got to the point where we had to place her in foster care to move her away from Peterborough," she said, "which was where she was putting herself at risk."
"She had been moved a couple of months to foster placement, which was a long way from Peterborough, before she got to a point where she got comfortable to disclose some of the things that had been happening to her."
"She was 12 or 13 at the time," she added.
The men and youths, of Czech and Slovak Roma, and Kurdish backgrounds, preyed on a total of five girls, including one with severe learning difficulties, in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire last year.
The girls were also forced to have sex with men for money, which was used to buy drugs and alcohol.
They were jailed at the Old Bailey today, with Judge John Bevan QC also criticising the immigrants for failing to learn English despite having lived in the United Kingdom for up to a decade.
He said it had resulted in a cost to the court of up to £40,000 for interpreters at their trial.
The former girlfriend of one of the men jailed for a series of sex assaults on children today at the Old Bailey has spoken of her shock.
The sex gang were jailed for a total of more than 50 years for a series of rapes and sex assaults against five vulnerable girls in Peterborough.
The offences took place between April and December 2012.
Nikola Terkelyova, the ex partner of 33-year-old Hassan Abdulla, said:
"It makes me feel very stupid, how could I not see it? How could have I been so blind?"
"I've tried to be so good, I did everything for him and in the end I end up with a man that was sleeping with children. Things like that don't happen normally in life."