Moors Murderer Ian Brady cost taxpayers more than £19,000 after his death, it has been reported.Read the full story ›
The family of Pauline Reade who was killed by the Moors Murderers say they were left devastated after being told some of her remains had been stored in a lab more than 20 years without their knowledge.
Pauline was 16 when she was became the first victim of Ian Brady and Myra Hindley in 1963. Her body was discovered in a police search of Saddleworth Moor in 1987.
They've been speaking just hours after it emerged the remains of Ian Brady, who died in May, had been disposed of in the sea off the coast of Liverpool.
Our correspondent Matt O'Donoghue has the story:
Pauline Reade was murdered by notorious killers Ian Brady and Myra Hindley at the age of 16.Read the full story ›
Two Greater Manchester councils will go to the High Court today to try and restrict how Ian Brady's remains can be disposed of.Read the full story ›
An inquest into the death of Moors Murderer Ian Brady is due to be held.Read the full story ›
Moors Murderer Ian Brady has died. He murdered five children in one of the most horrifying cases in British criminal historyRead the full story ›
Moors Murderer Ian Brady has been urged to reveal where the last of his child victims is buried, amid reports of his imminent death.Read the full story ›
Ian Brady, the Moors murderer, is launching a High Court fight for the right to have the lawyer of his choice representing him at a tribunalRead the full story ›
A police officer, whose search work exposed the horrors of the Moors Murders, has spoken out - 50 years after the killers were jailed.Read the full story ›
A security officer is facing jail for smuggling a camera into a high-security psychiatric hospital in an attempt to sell photos of notorious serial killer Ian Brady to the News of the World.
48-year-old Alan Hagan was on trial over his dealings with crime reporter Lucy Panton in 2008 while he worked at Ashworth Hospital in Merseyside.
Although he denied wrong-doing, an Old Bailey jury found Hagan, of Galston Close, Liverpool, guilty of committing misconduct in a public office.
He will be sentenced on June 26.