A former policeman in Northern Ireland appears to have saved both his own and his 12-year-old daughter's lives when he spotted a bomb planted under his car.
Broadmoor, the high-security psychiatric hospital, where some of Britain's most notorious offenders are treated, has been criticised as an "expensive anachronism" which holds on to "celebrity" patients when they should be back in prison, according to one of the country's most respected psychiatrists.
Papuan cult leader had been on the verge of an unexplained Israel trip before his grisly demise
"We are here as witnesses." These words stare down at you in large white letters from the back wall of a neighbouring house, and they’re apt: in Common Wealth’s site-specific production, you walk through a small home on an estate in Wester Hailes, on the outskirts of Edinburgh, witnessing the impact of domestic violence on six different people. The words are also a potent reminder - as is the whole production, explicitly and intentionally - that should we be aware of such violence, we should speak up, speak out.
Paranoid schizophrenic Matthew Tvrdon, 31, admitted the manslaughter of Karina Menzies through diminished responsibility last month
After Woolwich, Cameron pledges to dismantle ‘conveyor belt of radicalisation’ in schools and universities
Man believed to be the father has come forward and will take a paternity test
Using Drummer Rigby killing to justify extra powers is ‘cheap’, say security chiefs
Steven Spader told Kimberly Cates’ family that he doesn’t deserve or expect forgiveness and asked his lawyers not to fight for a reduced sentence
A man dubbed the "Hounslow slasher" and described as a "every woman's nightmare" has been given an 18-year sentence.
Illegal owners pump animals full of steroids as dogs become key commodity among criminal gangs
Mick and Mairead Philpott, found guilty yesterday with Paul Mosley on six counts of manslaughter for causing fire that killed children at the family home, defended today as 'good parents'
Two prisoners in Canada have made an audacious, but short-lived, bid for freedom after being hoisted away in a helicopter reportedly commandeered by their accomplices.
'Personal' reasons cited for Hilton Botha's retirement from SAPS
Pistorius is ordered to hand over firearms and passports, avoid his home and all witnesses in the case, report to police twice a week and not to drink alcohol
South Africa has some of the highest rates for violent crime in the world, with an average of nearly 50 murders a day.