Paisley critics 'pygmies', says son

Stroud News and Journal: Ian Paisley's son has criticised his father's detractors

11:21am Tuesday 16th September 2014

Ian Paisley's son has branded critics of his father "pygmies in his shadow".

Man 'forced to work without pay'

Stroud News and Journal: Cardiff Crown Court heard the man lived in squalid conditions

2:12pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

A vulnerable missing man was forced to work 15-hour days with no pay for 13 years, a trial has heard.

'Electrocution fear' caused delay

Stroud News and Journal: Paramedics delayed attending to the victim amid electrocution fears

2:12pm Tuesday 16th September 2014

A grandfather who suffered a massive heart attack as he attempted to move a fallen tree was left lying in the road for 40 minutes, an inquest heard.

Apple introduces U2 delete button

Stroud News and Journal: Apple has had to create an option for users who wish to remove U2's new album from their library in the wake of public backlash

11:21am Tuesday 16th September 2014

Apple has introduced a one-button tool to remove the U2 album it gifted to customers, following a backlash from iTunes account holders.

New record high for property prices

Stroud News and Journal: Property values in London are rising faster than the rest of the country

10:01am Tuesday 16th September 2014

House prices have reached a new record high of £272,000 across the UK as the average property value in London has topped half a million pounds for the first time, an official report shows.

Price wars keep inflation low

Stroud News and Journal: An ongoing supermarket price war helped keep inflation figures low

12:13am Tuesday 16th September 2014

Inflation slowed to 1.5% last month as consumers benefited from lower petrol prices and the ongoing supermarket price war.

Embattled police chief quits post

Stroud News and Journal: South Yorkshire police and crime commissioner Shaun Wright has now resigned

10:29am Tuesday 16th September 2014

South Yorkshire's police and crime commissioner has quit his post following weeks of pressure over the Rotherham sexual abuse scandal.

'Substantial' damages for McFadden

Stroud News and Journal: Steve McFadden has won substantial damages over phone hacking

11:21am Tuesday 16th September 2014

Actor Steve McFadden has accepted "substantial damages" from the publishers of the News Of The World newspaper and the Metropolitan Police after taking legal action in the wake of phone hacking revelations, a High Court judge has been told.

Army did not breach Iraqi's rights

Stroud News and Journal: In April 2003, after occupying Basra, the British Army started arresting high-ranking members of the Ba'ath Party

3:04am Tuesday 16th September 2014

A former general in Saddam Hussein's army who alleged his brother's human rights were violated by British armed forces during the Iraq war has lost his case at the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR).

Abuse doctor's patients contacted

Stroud News and Journal: Dr Myles Bradbury preyed on boys as young as eight during his time as a paediatric haematologist

10:14am Tuesday 16th September 2014

The families of around 800 children who came into contact with a doctor who sexually assaulted young boys in his care have been spoken to because of fears that he might have had many other victims.

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