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We are an award-winning, highly respected press agency that specialises in selling stories, run by former national newspaper journalist Natasha Courtenay-Smith.

As well as helping you find the right publication to sell your story to, whether that is a tabloid newspaper, a broadsheet newspaper or a women’s magazine, we will ensure you get the highest possible fee when you sell your story.

We are often asked ‘Can you sell my story more than once’ and the answer is yes. We sell stories multiple times, generating maximum coverage and earnings.

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Paedophile Given Home Near Park – Where He Abused Girl Aged 11

Paul Francis Sunday People

Talk to the Press expose a notorious paedophile who slipped through the net and abused an 11-year-old girl after bungling authorities moved him just yards from a nursery and children’s park.  The story ‘Paedophile Given Home Near Park – Where He Abused Girl Aged 11′ was run as an exclusive news story in last week’s Sunday People.

Our team were disgusted when a mother-of-three contacted us to say her 11-year-old daughter had been groomed by known paedophile, Paul William Francis, after bungling authorities let him slip through the net.

We knew a paper would want to expose the failings of Yarlington Housing Group’s failings, after they failed to run background checks on the sex offender and moved him into a house overlooking a park, nursery and youth club.

Depraved Francis wrote letters to the schoolgirl, forced her to touch his crotch and showed her explicit photos of underage girls before begging her to take her clothes off and pose for pictures.

Francis, 62, pleaded guilty to engaging in non-penetrative sexual activity with a girl under 13, possession of indecent images of a child and inciting a girl under 13 to engage in sexual activity. He has been remanded in custody for his sick acts and is due to be sentenced at Taunton Crown Court on 28th July.

The girl’s devastated parents are now fighting for justice after police admit the paedophile was known to them, but that they were unaware he was moving into the area.

Her furious mother says Yarlington Housing Group, who provide housing across the UK, failed to do basic checks on Francis and allowed the known sex beast to move in just metres away from a park, youth centre and nursery.

Last week, Francis was sentenced to four years in prison and an extra six years on license. The mother has since lodged a formal complaint with Yarlington Housing Group, who she blames for her daughter’s abuse.

She said: “Angry does not even cover how I feel. I can’t let my daughter out of my sight now, I’m so overprotective and can’t believe this has happened to my little girl.

“I don’t think she fully understands what happens to her but it pains me to think that as she grows up, she will remember what that sicko put her through.”

This weekend the mum’s story appeared the Sunday People.

If you or your child have been a victim of a sex attack or want to expose failings of an authority, then please email: message@talktothepress.com or use the five minute story valuation form on the right hand side of this page.  If you would like to learn more about how to sell a story to the press, read our How To Sell My Story page.

 


Dad Stabbed Mum to Death

Sonnya Newton

Dad Stabbed Mum to Death: Talk to the Press client speaks exclusively to the Sunday People about her tragic upbringing after her father murdered her mother and then went onto kill again.

Most girls depend on their fathers but for Sonnya Newton, 28, from London, not only was Philip Fraser a rubbish dad – but he savagely murdered her mum, Kathryn Scaife, 29, from Liverpool, in their kitchen while Sonnya, aged 11, was outside playing in the garden.

After spending 11 years in prison, Fraser was released months later fell into another relationship with Donna Forrest, 30. Knowing how dangerous her father was, Sonnya begged Donna not to date her monster of a father, but Donna ignored her. In a story that made national news, just two years later in 2010 Fraser battered Donna with a hammer and stabbed her to death after catching her in bed with another man – he inflicted seven hammer blows and 15 stab wounds.

Now Fraser, who admitted murder, will serve at least 20 years behind bars being convicted of murder at High Court in Edinburgh. This weekend, Sonnya appeared in the Sunday People where she spoke candidly about the having to grow up with the legacy of having a murderer for a father.

She believes her father was a dangerous man who should never have been released from prison so he could go on to kill. Every time she looks in the mirror she sees her father and is reminded of the brutal death of her mother. She said: ‘He is a monster, I’m ashamed to be his daughter. I want him to stay behind bars until he dies. I had a really rough patch for a while where I turned to drink, but I have a family now and I’m doing really well. I won’t let that monster ruin another life.’

TTTP feature writer Emily placed Sonnya’s story in the Sunday People and is now in the process of securing her two magazine deals.  If you have a tragic, heartbreaking or shocking story that you would like to share, please contact us by filling out the form on the right hand side of this page.  Not only do we guarantee you the highest payments possible, we also handle every story with sensitivity and care.

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