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 ›
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 ›
The stepfather of Moors Murder victim Lesley Ann Downey has died, and his family say he was haunted by what happened to the very end.
Alan West always hoped he'd find closure from the death of Ian Brady.
But he never got to see that day and now only Lesley's brother Terry survives. In an exclusive interview, he says the killer outliving the victims' families has caused them even more pain.
Our correspondent Rob Smith reports.
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 ›
Moors Murderer Ian Brady has insisted he still wants to die in the wake of losing his bid to be transferred from hospital to prison.Read the full story ›
The family of Moors Murder victim John Kilbride are marking the 50th anniversary of his disappearance. The 12 year old was kidnapped and later killed by Ian Brady and Myra Hindley. His family are holding a private ceremony later.
A Merseyside NHS trust is to pay £200,000 legal fees for the failed tribunal brought by Moors Murderer Ian Brady.Read the full story ›
The Moors Murderer, Ian Brady, has written a 700-word letter in which he condemns a mental health tribunal's decision to keep him locked in a secure hospital.
Brady describes the tribunal as "£250,000 wasted by Ashworth medical mediocrities manipulating a politically motivated tribunal... designed to distract public attention from the lack of reasoned argument and pertinent evidence."
The killer sent the letter to Channel 5 News. In it, he criticises those who gave evidence: "'The pathetic petty abuse... rubberstamp witnesses employed to smear, discredit and distract, revealed more about Ashworth's collective culture of applied ignorance and malice than it did about me."
Brady continues by writing: "Those listening in the real world would have doubted their senses."