A cyber stalker who bugged computers to spy on women has walked free from court with a 12-month suspended sentence and a fine.
Andrew Meldrum, 30, secretly installed spying software on his victims' computers, allowing him to access private, nude pictures taken covertly.
Meldrum admitted three counts of unauthorised access to computer material and was found guilty of two counts of voyeurism after a trial at Woolwich Crown Court.
One of his victims wept in court and held her head in her hands at the sentence.
A man is due to be sentenced today in the country's first cyberstalking case.
Andrew Meldrum, 30, remotely filmed a woman using software he installed on her laptop.
Meldrum has admitted three counts of unauthorised access to computer material and was found guilty of two counts of voyeurism after a trial at Woolwich Crown Court.
Work on tackling homophobic bullying fits very much with the church's ethos, said Luke Tryl, Head of Education at Stonewall.
The Archbishop is meeting with staff at Trinity C of E School in Lewisham to discuss measures to stamp out homophobic bullying In schools.
Research by Stonewall shows that more than half (55 per cent) of gay young people experience homophobic bullying.
The Lesbian Gay and Bisexual charity says that if homophobic bullying goes unchallenged, it can have severe negative consequences for young people.
It says three out of five gay young people say homophobic bullying affects their school work and many have skipped school because of it. Homophobic bullying also impacts on young people's self-esteem and ambitions.
The Archbishop of Canterbury will be in Lewisham today to launch measures to tackle homophobic bullying in Church of England schools. Justin Welby recognises what he terms 'particular challenges in this area' and insists pupils must be protected.
The Archbishop explained that the guidance was about "challenging schools to strive towards a deeply accepting environment for all their pupils".
Rapper Professor Green has been banned from driving for a year and ordered to pay £525 fine and costs after pleading guilty to drink-driving in south London.
Professor Green is appearing in court charged with drink-driving. The rapper, who is married to Made In Chelsea's Millie Mackintosh, was arrested in November last year.
Police were called to Tyrwhitt Road in Lewisham thinking they were turning up to a robbery. But when officers arrived, theys found a Mercedes had collided with a van. No one was injured.
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The London Fire Brigade has said that firefighters used "specialist cutting equipment" to rescue a group of trapped people from a minibus which collided with a tree on Baring Road, Lewisham. In a statement, the service said:
Fire crews attended a mini bus crash on Baring Road in Lee this morning. The mini bus crashed into a tree, leaving eight people injured and three people trapped.
Five people were taken to hospital by London Ambulance Service before crews arrived and the others were treated on scene.
Two fire engines and a fire rescue unit went to the scene from Lee, Bromley, and Lewisham fire stations. The Brigade was called at 1003 and crews left the scene at 1119. The road is due to remain closed for a few hours following the crash.