Molly Kersey

  • Current Affairs
    Second night of loyalist violence in Belfast

    The violence in Belfast continued for a second night running a...

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    Should Ian Brady have been given the “right to die”?

    After prolific serial killer Ian Brady failed to convince authorities to transfer him from maximum security Ashworth Hospital to a Scottish prison where he would be able to end his own life via hunger strike, the controversial topic has been widely discussed and debated. Serious questions that Brady’s recent trial has raised...

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    April Jones murderer’s throat slashed by inmates

    A fellow prisoner at HMP Wakefield has attacked Mark Br...

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    Charles Saatchi announces divorce from Nigella

    Just four weeks after photographs showing Charles Saatchi grabbing his wife Nigella Lawson’s throat in an argument were released, he has announced that he will begin divorce proceedings against the well-known television chef. The advertising tycoon and multi-millionaire art dealer has explained that the decision to divorce came after his wife did...

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    Morsi allies reject interim Egyptian government

    Egypt has prepared for demonstrations and protests from Islamist allies of Mohammed Morsi, the first freely elected President of the country who has now been overthrown by the army. It is expected that Morsi’s allies will attempt to express their anger at his ousting and object to the new interim government, which...

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    Rolling Stones debut at Glastonbury a “success”

    The Rolling Stones made their eagerly anticipated debut at Glastonbury festival over the weekend. Their successful two hour and fifteen minute set received a promising introduction to the stage from festival organiser Michael Eavis, who announced to the crowd: “We’ve waited a long time for the Stones to play. For them to...

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    Kevin Rudd named new Australian PM

    Kevin Rudd has ousted his former friend and Australia’s first female prime minister Julia Gillard, becoming the leader of Australia’s Labor Party and soon to become the new Australian Prime Minister. Mr Rudd stated: “In 2007 the Australian people elected me to be their Prime Minister and that is a task I...

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    Ian Brady says he was “method acting” to avoid jail

    Speaking in public for the first time since his murder trial in 1966, infamous serial killer Ian Brady denied that he was mentally ill and claimed that he had been “method acting” at the time he was diagnosed with his mental illness. Brady, responsible for torturing and killing five youths aged between...

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    British killer found in Australia after 15 years on the run

    Fifteen years after escaping from Leyhill open prison in Gloucestershire in December 1998, Simon Hennessey has been recaptured in a Queensland resort, Australia. Originally imprisoned for the murder of his aunt, Hennessey was picked up in Australia for credit card fraud. The fugitive killer had already served 20 years of a life...