News Joanna Dennehy pleaded guilty to the murders in November

Joanna Dennehy was allegedly assisted by two accomplices who tried to help her cover up the 'terrible truth' of the three murders

Man remanded over attempted murder of PC

A man appeared in court today charged with the attempted murder of a police officer.

Two more die at Stockport hospital – and toll may rise

One man is still fighting for his life while a further eight patients have been made ill

Two arrested over police shooting

Police in Northern Ireland have arrested two men over the shooting of an unarmed police officer in London.

Man charged with attempted murder after tourist attack

A man has been charged with attempted murder after a 78-year-old tourist was attacked near York Minster.

Man held after grabbing Sarkozy

A man in a crowd grabbed French President Nicolas Sarkozy by the shoulder today and nearly knocked him to the ground before being tackled by security officers.

Trial to shed light on hitmen's backers

First a gunman shot the exiled Rwandan army general. When he survived, prosecutors say the people who wanted him dead plotted to strangle him in his South African hospital bed.

Joan Smith: It was right to question Milly's father in court

While the Dowler family deserves every sympathy, scrutiny of the victim's family life was a necessary part of the legal process

Muhly / Lucas, Two Boys, English National Opera

The most surprising thing about Two Boys is the consonance and quiet sensuality of the score.

Two Boys, English National Opera

The most surprising thing about Two Boys is the consonance and quiet sensuality of the score. Many words spring to mind: elegiac, mournful, poetic, melismatic - a digital age score without digitalisms, without electronics, actual or simulated, without amplification. And it's clear, so clear - but never clinical - in word and gesture and thought: a preposterous tale of intrigue and attempted murder (or is it?) born of false identities and fiction masquerading as fact. Opera was ever thus. But it's just gone viral.

Suspected burglar stabbed to death

A suspected burglar has been stabbed to death and the householder arrested on suspicion of murder after an attempted break-in at his house.

Jury out in Milly Dowler murder trial

The Old Bailey jury trying Levi Bellfield for the abduction and murder of schoolgirl Milly Dowler has retired to consider its verdicts.

Milly prosecution case 'fantasy'

The prosecution case that double killer Levi Bellfield abducted and killed schoolgirl Milly Dowler is "pure fantasy", the Old Bailey was told today.

Death, revolution and forgiveness

On Father's Day, and as his new novel appears, Andrew Miller tells James Kidd how his own dad wanted him to get a 'proper' job

Milly Dowler father 'one of 54 quizzed'

Milly Dowler's father was one of 54 suspects investigated by police following her murder, the Old Bailey heard today.

Friend helped clear 'Milly Dowler flat'

A friend of Levi Bellfield said today that he helped clear out bags of clothes and a mattress the day after Milly Dowler was killed.

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