An ITV Tonight investigation discovers chained up dogs being denied access to water and living in their own filth besides a calf's carcass.
After causing a a "tsunami of hate" when he described some rapes as "worse" than others, Dawkins today defended his "logical" comments.
A glamour model has defended her decision to cash in on the birth of her third child saying it is better than claiming benefits.
A man has been found guilty of the attempted murder of a police officer in Leeds.
PC Suzanne Hudson was shot at point blank range by James Leslie with a sawn-off shot gun.
She suffered serious injuries to her face, neck and hand. The incident took place after PC Hudson and a colleague went to Leslie's flat in Leeds one night last December.
Leslie is due to be sentenced in October.
A victim who gave evidence against Rolf Harris in the case that led to him being jailed for five year and nine month for sex offences has told ITV News that even if the disgraced entertainer died in prison it would not be enough. Her comments come after the Attorney General's office said that his sentence would not be referred to the Court of Appeal for being unduly lenient.
Part of me just wants him to stay in jail and never come out because even if he stayed in jail until he died, it wouldn't make up for the years and years that all the women - not just all the ones that gave evidence but I am sure other ones - have gone through. I think in no way does the sentence reflect the gravity of the crimes.
East Sussex Fire and Rescue Service crews are attending an incident on Eastbourne Pier. They were alerted at 15.13 on 30 July 2014 to reports of a small fire - believed to be in wall panelling - in a part of the Pier housing arcade games.
There are no report of injuries. The incident is ongoing.
Sitting on Eastbourne beach and pier is on fire http://t.co/Rs8CKAEqMf
Police are investigating the death of a man who became seriously unwell moments after smoking herbal incense in Manchester .
He was taken to hospital on 19 July and died on 25 July.
Detectives know the man smoked “Eclipse” - which is marketed as herbal incense and described on the internet as herbal ecstasy - just prior to collapsing and suffering a heart attack.
Detective Sergeant Mark Astbury, said:
– Detective Sergeant Mark Astbury, GMP
While the circumstances surrounding the man’s death are very much ongoing, we know for certain he became very unwell soon after smoking the incense and are working with the coroner to establish the full circumstances.
“Eclipse and other such herbal incense, while often marketed as not for human consumption/inhalation are surreptitiously sold by retailers and frequently consumed by users as so called “legal highs”.
“Faced with what we know we feel it is important to send out what will appear to most to be extremely obvious safety message. Put simply, do not smoke herbal incense. It is not for direct inhalation and you do not know what effect it will have on your wellbeing.