World

Banker ran out of his home in his underwear to tackle moped-riding thief trying to rob his Mercedes

An investment banker ran out of his London home in his underwear to tackle a moped robber who was trying to break into his Mercedes in the street.

United Kingdom

Woman followed into lift and stabbed repeatedly by man in north London

Police appeal for witnesses who may have seen a suspicious male near block of flats

World

Monster shows cops how he beat four-year-old girl with a belt because 'she refused to count to five'

WARNING - DISTRESSING CONTENT Video of a crime reconstruction shows a handcuffed 20-year-old showing how he lashed out at the defenceless child

Politics

Salisbury Nerve Agent Could Still Be At ‘Toxic’ Levels In Places, Residents Told

Toxic levels of the nerve agent used to attack Sergei Skripal and his daughter could still be present at “hot spots” around Salisbury, Government scientists believe.Asmall amount of the deadly Novichok substanceis thought to have been used in

World

Juror jailed for taking bribe during £7m cocaine dealing trial

A juror has been jailed for six years after accepting a bribe during a £7 million cocaine dealing trial, which saw the defendants walk free.

United Kingdom

'Unbearable suffering' after acid attack drove victim to euthanasia, murder trial told

Berlinah Wallace allegedly threw sulphuric acid over Mark van Dongen, telling him: 'If I can't have you, no one else will'

United Kingdom

Who is Angus Sinclair, when did he commit the World’s End Murders and how many killings was he convicted of?

THE sickening Scot committed his first murder at the age of 16 and went on to carry out an horrific spate of sexual offences and murders. But who is Angus Sinclair, what were the World’s End Murders, and what does Mark Williams-Thomas say about him

United Kingdom

Who is Peter Tobin, was the serial killer investigated over Louise Kay’s death and how many murders was he convicted of?

PETER Tobin is one of Britain’s worst serial killers – and is a member of an exclusive club of prisoners who will NEVER be released. Here’s our lowdown on the beast who one judge said is “unfit to live in a decent society”

World

Girl killed herself weeks after police released stepfather accused of sexual abuse on bail, court hears

A teenage girl killed herself four weeks after police released her stepfather on bail when she alleged he had sexually abused her, a court heard.

United States

New York: nanny who killed two children convicted of murder

Jury rejects Yoselyn Ortega’s claim that she was insane at time of the crime and therefore not responsibleA once-trusted nanny who killed two children in her care while their parents were away was convicted of murder by a jury that did not believe her c

Politics

Boris Johnson calls for more stop-and-search powers to end ‘absolute misery’ of knife crime

FOREIGN Secretary Boris Johnson has called for more use of stop-and-search powers to end the ‘absolute misery’ that knife crime causes. In an interview with The Telegraph, Boris said that police had to ‘take knives off the streets’ and come down l

Scotland

Mother of Moira Jones backs funding for murder victims' families

New funding to improve support for crime victims and their families is backed by the mother of Moira Jones.

Scotland

Alcohol availability 'boosts crime rate'

Campaigners are calling for action to curb the number of places selling alcohol in the worst affected areas.

England

Rotherham abuse whistleblower takes lessons to Nigeria

Rotherham child abuse whistleblower Jayne Senior is travelling to Nigeria to raise awareness of the crime.

United Kingdom

Every single recruit for new police officer recruitment programme fails exam because they were unable to use HANDCUFFS

EVERY civvy street candidate on the initial police detective recruitment programme failed their first exams because they were unable to use handcuffs. All 43 recruits on the Met’s direct entry course for detective constables flunked an officer safety tr

World

Sacked police officer keeps pension after disciplinary hearing is delayed

A senior counter-terrorism officer sacked for failing to safeguard secret files stolen from the boot of his car will keep his £215,000 pension lump sum after his dismissal was delayed.

United Kingdom

Terrorist brothers who wanted to 'become martyrs' for Isis in Syria practiced with paintballing

'If we do not come back safe and sound, look after our families,' Ahmed Alsyed said in video message from paintball camp

Northern Ireland

Department to review how justice system handles sex crime

The Department of Justice is expected to launch a review of the handling of serious sexual offences in Northern Ireland this week.

United Kingdom

Pair arrested on suspicion of murdering ten-week-old baby girl

TWO people have been arrested on suspicion of murdering a ten-week-old baby girl. Cops are quizzing a 20-year-old man and a 21-year-old woman after the youngster was found at an address in Tottenham, and later died. Baby Lily-Mai Saint George was found u

World

Bitcoin heist suspect escapes to Sweden 'on board flight with Iceland's prime minister'

Iceland's prime minister may have been an unwitting bystander in the escape of one of the country's most notorious criminal suspects after it was claimed she took the same flight as the alleged mastermind behind a $2 million Bitcoin theft.

United Kingdom

Teenager admits killing nurse with acid during drugs fight

Joanne Rand, a nurse, had been visiting her daughter's grave when she was covered in sulphuric acid

United Kingdom

Daryll Rowe: Hairdresser who tried to infect men from Grindr with HIV jailed for life

Hairdresser Daryll Rowe, 27, has been handed a life sentence with a minimum term of 12 years at Brighton Crown Court after deliberately trying to infect 10 men with HIV.

World

Hairdresser sentenced to life for deliberately infecting men with HIV by tampering with condoms

A hairdresser has been sentenced to life in prison for deliberately infecting men with HIV after meeting them on Grindr.

United Kingdom

BBC has received almost 100 child abuse allegations in three years following Jimmy Savile scandal

ALMOST 100 allegations of child abuse were reported to the BBC in three years including six cases against employees, The Sun can reveal. Shocking figures show that following the Jimmy Savile scandal the corporation was alerted to scores of allegations of

United Kingdom

Teacher cleared of having sex with teenage pupil, 35 years her junior

Jury finds defendant not guilty of five counts of sexual activity with a child by a person in a position of trust

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