"He told me he wanted to show me something in a wooded area and at that point, I must admit, I was alarmed. I did have a warning bell but I overrode that warning bell because I knew him and therefore there was a level of trust in place.
"To be honest, looking back, at that point I don't think I knew what rape was. It was not something that was talked about."
Former work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith wrote in the Daily Mail this week that the Article 50 case is “boring”, the judges should be scrutinised, and even implied that the Supreme Court shouldn’t exist. Schona Jolly, a barrister, takes apart his argument piece by piece.
Rivers rerouted, cities springing from the desert and lakes that never stay the same: in Google Earth Engine's latest offering, anyone can see how Earth has changed over the past 32 years using satellite images.