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33-year-old businessman accused of organising the killing of his 28-year-old bride Anni, plans to go to High Court to appeal against decision
Body found in a wooded area in north west London near a primary school
A surgical knife that can detect when it is cutting through cancerous tissue is being tested in hospitals, raising hopes that the spread of cancer left behind after surgery could soon be curbed more successfully.
Four Sikh separatists tried to slash the throat of a retired Indian general in a revenge attack carried out on the streets of London, a court heard today.
WikiLeaks founder has been at nation's London embassy after claiming asylum more than a year ago
There remains ‘a lack of political will’ to tackle Islamophobia, warns Government adviser
Nigel Farage is facing further questions about Ukip’s vetting tonight after it emerged that two of his party officials attended a demonstration organised by a far-right group.
The little girls – for that is what they were – abused by this gang are the victims of some horrific crimes. Today, hopefully, they each take a large step towards ending their ordeals for good.
The sentencing of seven men convicted of running a child sex abuse ring in Oxford is due to start today. The gang were found guilty of a range of sexual offences against girls as young as 12 last month.
The match is taking place at Hallam FC’s Sandygate Road ground – reputed to be the oldest in the world – to celebrate its history in the local community
The three members of the British al-Hilli family were shot dead while sat in their car parked in a remote Alpine beauty spot on 5 September
Camera vehicles collected information from unsecured WiFi networks
A new station plans to play just showtunes, with its presenters drawn from the cream of London’s talent
Singer’s no-star strike-out prompts paternal fightback and backlash against music magazine
Group of activists threatened to take legal action over proposed tightening of the rules, which would have left fewer people eligible for the top rate
Campaigners claim High Court victory will force police to rethink their approach to demonstrations