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  1. Former star of Dragons' Den Doug Richard has been found not guilty of child sex offences. Mr Richard, 57 contacted a 13-year-old girl through a "sugar daddy" website. He admitted having sex with the girl but told the court he believed she was 17. He was cleared of sexual activity with a child, causing a child to engage in sexual activity and paying for sexual services. He exchanged messages with the 13-year-old after meeting her on the Seeking Arrangements website and went on to act out his fantasies when she travelled from her home in Norwich to L
  2. Consent: It's as simple as tea. Find out more about the #ConsentisEverything campaign by visiting www.consentiseverything.com
  3. The views of a barrister who criticised new legal guidelines about rape in a blog called "She Was Gagging For It" have been branded "alarming" and "deeply offensive". David Osborne, who was called to the criminal Bar in 1974 and has fought cases in the Court of Appeal, said men should walk free from rape trials if the victim says she was too drunk to give valid consent, saying he found it "distasteful and unattractive" that a victim cannot give consent when "blind drunk". His blog, which appears under the masthead "witty, incisive comment on the law today", said: "If the complainant (I
  4. I lived in Edinburgh for one year and during that time was the girlfriend of a prominent Edinburgh businessman. Six weeks before my UK working holiday VISa expired we broke up. For one month post break up, this person became increasingly abusive, derogatory and unpredictable in his manner and behaviour (texts, emails, driving past my house) and it got to a point where I was so scared from the content of the communications (threats to come to my work and try to get me fired, to come to my house and get me evicted, threats to contact family) that I attended at a police station and explain my cas