News A Muslim woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, arrives at Blackfriars Crown Court in London where a judge has ruled that she will be allowed to stand trial while wearing a full-face veil but must remove it while giving evidence

Home Secretary's comments come after judge rules that woman must remove full-face veil to give evidence during trial

Loner ran site for stolen card details

A loner with a modest lifestyle ran a secretive website where criminals traded information from stolen credit cards causing tens of millions of pounds of losses.

Prison warder had affair with acid attack rapist

A prison officer had an affair with the rapist behind an acid attack on TV presenter Katie Piper, it was revealed today.

'Shots fired at London police patrol'

Armed officers were investigating reports that shots were fired at a police patrol outside a busy railway station today.

Top lawyer drowned herself, coroner finds

A lawyer drowned herself after struggling to balance the demands of motherhood and her high-flying job, an inquest heard yesterday.

400 years young: The magic and mystery of Shakespeare's Sonnets

They were deemed pass&eacute; when he published them. Yet this collection of 154 poems, romantic, revealing and rude, changed literature forever.<b> Boyd Tonkin</b> introduces his selection, while fans nominate their favourites.

More misery for rail travellers

Passengers on a key London to Scotland rail route suffered yet more travel misery today when three separate incidents led to delays and cancellations.

Schoolboy terrorist gets two years

Britain's youngest terrorist was today locked up for two years after plans to cause death and destruction were found hidden in his bedroom.

Jail for jihadist Briton who recruited terrorists online

A former burger bar worker who recruited Islamist extremists online, including Britain's youngest terrorism convict, to stage a global "holy war" was jailed for 12 years yesterday.

UK's youngest terrorist convicted of bomb plot

Schoolboy from a respected Muslim family was part of cell that plotted to make explosives and napalm. Jonathan Brown and Michael Savage report

Britain's youngest terrorist behind bars

Britain's youngest terrorist was behind bars today after a guide to death and explosives was found in the schoolboy's home.

Paperbacks: London Lights, by James Hamilton

Around 1800, Richard Porson was regularly found under the table in the Cider Cellar, a subterranean drinking den in Covent Garden. The decline of this ragged, hopeless drunk would scarcely be worthy of mention if Porson wasn't also Regius Professor of Greek at Cambridge and "an intellectual literary giant".

Busy Tube station to shut for three years

One of London's busiest Tube stations is to shut for nearly three years, it was announced today.

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