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Police knew about Rotherham CSE but will not be prosecuted - report

Police knew about Rotherham CSE but will not be prosecuted - report

Sat 18 Jan 2020

SOUTH Yorkshire Police officers who ignored calls for help from the parents of a grooming victim for fear of causing racial tensions, bribed their schoolgirl daughter with shopping vouchers and failed to act after she was trafficked will not face prosecution. 

  • Don't believe those with vested interests over climate change

    Don't believe those with vested interests over climate change

    By Robin Darnell on Mon 26 Jul 2010

    Sir, I apologise, I know you must be getting a bit bored with this. Mr Garbutt makes a key point: don’t believe politicians and other groups who have vested interests in progressing this cause.

  • Summer holidays arson warning

    Summer holidays arson warning

    By Tom Sharpe on Fri 23 Jul 2010

    A PLAGUE of arson attacks during the schools’ summer holidays has cost firefighters an estimated £1.2 million over the past three years.

  • Couple make hay with meadow wedding

    Couple make hay with meadow wedding

    By Tom Sharpe on Fri 23 Jul 2010

    BRIDE and groom Rebecca Rogers and Mark Moore were determined not to have a run-of-the-mill wedding—so they looked further a-field.

  • Council appeals to schools to ditch academy plans

    Council appeals to schools to ditch academy plans

    By Gareth Dennison on Fri 23 Jul 2010

    ROTHERHAM Borough Council has lashed out at two schools’ academy ambitions—and urged others not to follow suit without more consultation.

  • Stadium plans hit next stage

    Stadium plans hit next stage

    By David Beddows on Fri 23 Jul 2010

    MILLERS chairman Tony Stewart hailed a "big step forward" this week after a formal outline planning application for their new stadium was submitted to Rotherham Borough Council.

  • Hundreds march in memory of James

    Hundreds march in memory of James

    By Tom Sharpe on Fri 23 Jul 2010

    MORE than 200 people came out in force for a walk in memory of Rotherham soldier James Leverett.

  • Adam looks ahead to challenge

    Adam looks ahead to challenge

    By Paul Rickett on Fri 23 Jul 2010

    TITANS assistant coach Adam Bradley is delighted with the way the new squad is gelling, as the countdown to the new season continues.

  • Simon heads coaching course team

    Simon heads coaching course team

    By Paul Rickett on Fri 23 Jul 2010

    FORMER top pro Simon Guy is to spearhead a new cricket coaching project which will include dates in Rotherham and around Yorkshire.

  • Stox star Paul targets final date

    Stox star Paul targets final date

    By Chris Hulley on Fri 23 Jul 2010

    STOCK car star Paul Harrison will look to bounce back from disappointment in Sunday’s European Championships by this weekend booking his place in the showpiece World Final.

  • Forgemasters should sink or swim

    Forgemasters should sink or swim

    By michael james conlon on Thu 22 Jul 2010

    Sir- The recent outburst from MP Denis McShane regarding the Forgemasters loan makes my toes curl.

  • Rod's fans still devoted after 30 years

    Rod's fans still devoted after 30 years

    By Michael Upton on Thu 22 Jul 2010

    THERE were 11,000 mad keen Rod Stewart fans packed into Sheffield Arena this week, but few could boast of being more devoted than Kim and Diane Tinkler.

  • Oakwood beer festival on the move

    Oakwood beer festival on the move

    By Michael Upton on Thu 22 Jul 2010

    ROTHERHAM’S biggest beer festival is on the move after 19 years—and organisers are predicting that next year’s event will be bigger and better than ever.

  • Chance to meet Skeletons director

    Chance to meet Skeletons director

    By Michael Upton on Thu 22 Jul 2010

    FILM fans will have the chance to meet and quiz the director of one the year’s most bizarre British comedies next month when Skeletons helmer Nick Whitfield drops in at Sheffield’s Showroom Cinema.

  • Young Millers lose to Dinnington

    Young Millers lose to Dinnington

    By David Beddows on Thu 22 Jul 2010

    A YOUNG Rotherham United side went down 3-2 at Dinnington Town last night in their latest pre-season friendly.

  • Denis MacShane slams Nick Clegg over Forgemasters comments

    Denis MacShane slams Nick Clegg over Forgemasters comments

    By Phil Turner on Thu 22 Jul 2010

    ROTHERHAM MP Denis MacShane has called for a Parliamentary inquiry into the Sheffield Forgemasters loan affair.