Law & Order

Phone hacking: James Murdoch faces second grilling by MPs

James Murdoch is likely to be recalled to parliament to answer fresh questions after two former News of the World executives said on Tuesday they were certain Murdoch was told of an explosive email that indicated phone hacking at the paper went be...

Phone hacking: judge to question Rupert and James Murdoch under oath

Rupert Murdoch and his son, James, are to be questioned about the phone hacking scandal under oath in the High Court.

Men jailed for inciting riots on Facebook

Two men who attempted to use social networking site Facebook to incite riots during last week's unprecedented civil disorder in Britain were on Tuesday both jailed for four years, police said.

A 13-year-old boy has walked free from court after admitting smashing up a shop with a stolen golf club as his mother said the riots are because the government does "f*** all" for children.

Phone hacking: families of war dead 'targeted' by News of the World

Mark Hughes, Duncan Gardham, John Bingham and Andy Bloxham Telegraph 07.07.2011
Phone hacking: families of war dead 'targeted' by News of the World

The bereaved relatives of soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan may have had their phones hacked by a private investigator working for the News of the World.

News of the World phone hacking: Police review all child abduction cases

Amelia Hill, James Robinson, Sam Jones, Nick Davies and Dan Sabbagh The Guardian 06.07.2011
Madeleine McCann, which is expected to be the first case to be re-examined in the wake of Milly Dowler phone hacking allegations.

Police officers investigating phone hacking by the News of the World are turning their attention to examine every high-profile case involving the murder, abduction or attack on any child since 2001 in response to the revelation that journalists fr...

Dozens of protesters arrested just yards from Downing Street after violence breaks out on strike march

Riot police today swooped and arrested protesters as violence broke out during pension reform protests.A large group split from the main demonstration, pushing over a fence before being penned in by over 100 police in Central London. There were so...

Press Association Royal Reporter Arrested in UK Phone Hacking Case

A 34-year old female journalist has been released on bail after she was arrested by Scotland Yard on suspicion of illegally accessing voicemail messages.

The last goat standing: Satanism fear stalks village as animals are tortured and killed

Four goats have been cruelly slaughtered in a village, raising fears of ‘satanic rituals’.The animals were killed within a few days of each other, either with their heads twisted backwards or their throats cut.The horned goat is a symbol in the oc...

Bin Laden supporters rage on the streets of London, vow revenge

HUNDREDS of Osama bin Laden supporters clashed with English Defence League extremists today as a “funeral service” for the assassinated terror leader sparked fury outside London’s US Embassy.

Britain Vows To Change 'Embarrassing' Libel Law

Britain's plaintiff-friendly libel laws have become an international embarrassment, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg said Friday, vowing to change rules that have made the country a "libel tourism" destination for angry corporations and foreign ce...

Britain mulls new airports law after Heathrow chaos

British ministers said on Sunday they want to introduce new laws to allow regulators to fine airports for travel disruption, after a pre-Christmas cold snap all but shut down Heathrow Airport last week.

Hijacking of a very middle class protest: Anarchists cause chaos as 50,000 students take to streets over fees in London

It was supposed to be a day of peaceful protest, with students exercising their democratic right to demonstrate against soaring university fees. But anarchists hijacked the event, setting off the most violent scenes of student unrest seen in Brita...

Pictured together, happily sharing a cocktail: The gay Saudi prince and the manservant he beat to death in a London hotel room

A gay Saudi prince was last night facing a life sentence for beating and strangling his servant to death in the culmination of a campaign of 'sadistic' abuse.Saud Abdulaziz bin Nasser al Saud was found guilty at the Old Bailey of murdering Bandar ...

UK police report every incident on Twitter for a day

One of the UK's biggest police forces is Tweeting every incident it deals with.

Murdered British spy found stuffed into sports bag in bath of London flat

Heidi Blake and Duncan Gardham Telegraph 26.08.2010
Murdered British spy found stuffed into sports bag in bath of London flat

A British spy who was found dead in the bath of a flat in London was killed before his body was stuffed into a sports bag where it lay decomposing for up to two weeks.

Police hunt 'Britain's most disgusting woman'

A hunt was on Sunday for the woman branded "Britain's most disgusting person" for urinating on a war memorial after she fled court following a public shaming by elderly veterans.

Surge in Britons exported for trial

Andrew Gilligan Telegraph 22.08.2010
Surge in Britons exported for trial

The number of people in Britain seized under the controversial "no-evidence-needed" European Arrest Warrant rose by more than 50 per cent last year, figures obtained by The Sunday Telegraph show.

Obama brother refused entry to UK

Barack Obama's half-brother was denied entry to the UK after being accused of a serious crime on an earlier visit, the Home Office has confirmed.

Taxi driver kills 12, wounds 25 in England

A CRAZED gunman shot dead 12 people today in a shooting rampage before killing himself. Taxi driver Derrick Bird killed a fellow cabbie then drove through the Lake District in Cumbria apparently blasting his victims at random before turning the we...

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