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Woman stabbed to death by neighbour 'in revenge for dispute over skateboard noise'

Alison Morrison was allegedly ambushed by Trevor Gibbon last December

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Six-year-old boy whose mother was murdered by his father told to live with killer's relatives

Judge ruled child could not live with maternal grandparents in China

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Former British boxing champion Anthony Small 'planned to join Isis'

Court hears how Small and two other men attempted to flee to Syria

Undated handout photo issued by Metropolitan Police of Tommy Blackmore, 20, who died following an argument in a popular late-night hotspot.

Man killed outside Tower Bridge nightclub 'was attempting to break up fight'

Toimmy Blackmore's friend attemptd to revive him for 15 minutes before emergency services arrived according to witnesses

'Cheeky' thieves board-up London train station to steal cash machine during morning rush-hour

Eye-witnesses say the cash machine was 'completely destroyed'

The house (with the front door ajar) where a pregnant woman was found stabbed to death

Manhunt underway after pregnant woman in her 20s found stabbed to death in Bradford house

The woman's unborn child did not survive the attack, it was reported

The Met deployed police in riot gear to disturbances at a mental health ward in 2012

Woman 'wins £37,000 damages' after she was strip-searched and left naked by Met police

After being arrested outside of a Notting Hill club, the woman was forcibly stipped by five officers who removed every item of clothing

Rolf Harris arriving at Southwark Crown Court on May 14, 2014

Rolf Harris: 'Revolting' song calling victims money-grabbing 'wenches' should affect his parole, says victims' lawyer

Liz Dux said Harris’ comments showing a lack of comprehension of the effect of his actions should affect his application for early release

Rolf Harris arrives at Southwark Crown Court last July

Rolf Harris writes song mocking his victims as money-grabbing 'wenches', report claims

The paedophile is hoping to be released on parole in late 2017, but the lawyer representing his victims said the 'revolting' song shows Harris 'hasn't understood the severity of his crimes'

Roger Williams, with his son Ethan

Missing Ethan is 'safely back' with his father after mother Rebecca Minnock turned herself in

Ethan's father, Roger Williams, has his son after the boy's mother took him on the run for 17 days

Tower Bridge was shut on Saturday morning

Tower Bridge closed after man dies in attack nearby

The bridge was shut for several hours on Saturday morning so police could investigate the incident

Police outside Dixons Kings Academy in Bradford, as a 14-year-old boy is being hunted by police after a teacher was stabbed at the school.

Bradford school stabbing: 14-year-old boy will plead not guilty to attempted murder

The teenager appeared in court this morning and was remanded in custody

Teenagers 'forced disabled man to eat maggot sandwich and jump into lake'

Mr Daniel Newell said his brother and his cousin were fishing by a lake in Mill Dam Park, Kirkby, last Saturday, when the incident occured

Mweetwa Muleya, from Swansea, knew from the age of 19 that he had HIV

HIV positive man jailed for seven years for infecting two women despite knowing he was a carrier

Mweetwa Muleya, from Swansea, knew from the age of 19 that he had HIV and had been warned it would be a crime to have sex without warning a partner

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