Russell Clark turned to drug use after escaping the Catholic school where he was raped and beaten, and is now gravely ill. Like many abuse survivors, he signed away his rights to sue in exchange for compensation worth a fraction of what he might get in a court.
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Actress and model Elizabeth Hurley has told BBC Radio 5 live she believes breast cancer can be beaten.
The 27-year-old is accused of touching a man’s hip in a bar, but says he was trying to avoid spilling his drink.
Residents return to the charred remains of what used to be their homes in the neighbourhoods of Anaheim and Santa Rosa in California. The wildfire, one of 17 burning across the state, left a landscape of devastation in its wake. At least 21 people have died in the wildfires that swept northern California. Hundreds are still missing, though authorities say the number was inflated by the lack of cellphone service because of the fire
General Motors joins auto, train and aircraft manufacturers investigating whether they have used substandard products
The chief executive of Kobe Steel has said a deepening scandal over false inspections data may have spread beyond Japan, and conceded that his company now had “zero credibility”.
US carmaker General Motors is the latest manufacturer to check whether its cars contain falsely certified parts or components sourced from the the firm, Japan’s third-biggest steelmaker.