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An inspectors report has revealed probation officers have allowed criminals to work from home making face masks to complete their community sentences.
In a mission to clear the backlog of unfinished community work built up during the pandemic, offenders have been allowed to work remotely on activities such as making greeting cards and face masks.
A paralysed rider is suing a dog owner for up to £5 million after his horse got spooked by their "small, elderly and gentle" West Highland terrier, causing it to throw him to the ground.
63-year-old Lourens Koetsier suffered a severe spinal cord injury and now requires the use of a wheelchair when outside, London's High Court heard. The financial adviser is suing the dog's owner, David Clifford Thomas, saying that he should have had him on a lead.
Under new duty of care laws, all social media companies will be required by law to proactively remove child abuse content and private messaging.
EU has gone further than the UK in legislation, compelling platforms to use technology such as DNA scanning to find and remove child abuse. If the social media companies fail to do so or breach the law, they could face fines up to 6 per cent of their global turnover and have their services closed for up to four weeks.