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BRIGITTE BARDOT is appalled by the world and has written a new book, I>A Cry in the Silence/I>, attacking the parlous state of humanity.
Interviewing child victims and witnesses can be a huge problem for investigating officers. Two British cops talk to SHAILA KOSHY about the training 10 Malaysian officers underwent on child protection and what happens when video-recorded evidence is used in court.
Early this year, 16 Malaysians attended a training course that would make them the pioneers of the nation#8217;s Witness Support Service. Training them were Sarah Brimelow and Beverley Radcliffe.
The recent move by the Immigration Department to ease work regulations imposed on expatriate wives of Malaysians has brought about a collective sigh of relief from these women, many of whom are professionals who have much to contribute. MICHELE LIAN and PATSY KAM report.
The I>Sunday Telegraph/I>'s football correspondent COLIN MALAM, who is retiring after 30 years in the business, looks back at three decades of English football.
THE Apostrophe Protection Society. No, I#8217;m not making it up. It exists, and has headed notepaper to prove it. Its founder, John Richards, is leading the campaign to save the apostrophe from neglect and abuse. Open war has now broken out in the press. Do we see APS as a vital conservation group, like Friends of the Earth but less earthy, or a gang of retired schoolteachers longing for the glory days when they could cover exercise books with red ink?