Meet 'Alice'. She is a four-year-old child out on the streets of London begging hours on end, day in, day out. 'Alice' is just one of Britain's Gypsy child beggars, and she can earn hundreds of pounds a day. A special Panorama investigation uncovers the truth about these children. Reporter John Sweeney tracks down the begging gangs to luxury homes in Romania, where he confronts the adults forcing the children to beg.
Panorma discovered proof in the largely burnt HQ of Gadhafi's secret services of dirty deals with UK as well as US. After Blair's diplomatic make-up, MI5 entertained remarkably cordial relations with its then chief, Moussa Koussa, who was helped getting hold of Libian regime-enemies under absurdly unreliable promises not to torture them, an activity Moussa actually often took a physical part in. During the NATO no-fly-zone, Cameron's British government helped Moussa flee and take great wealth to Qatar.
UK police on the whole may have a good record and reputation, the system for dealing with rotten apples is far from satisfactory. Complaints are often handled solely internally, often without greater risk for the accused then a transfer without loss of of job, grade or pay.