News A woman allegedly leaves a care home with a Christmas tree in Camberwell.

An alleged thief has been caught on camera supposedly stealing a Christmas tree from a care home in south London.

PCSO charged with rape

A Scotland Yard community support officer has been charged with rape.

Two found guilty of Olympic money-laundering

Two men have been jailed for money laundering following a £2.3 million fraud against the Olympic Delivery Authority.

Man jailed for killing TV actor

A university dropout was jailed for eight years today for killing a budding children's TV actor and DJ who was stabbed in the heart.

Man killed in gangland shooting near boy’s funeral

A man was killed and a teenager injured in an apparent gangland double shooting near a funeral in South-east London yesterday.

Man remanded over riots shop blaze

A man who was charged with starting a fire at a clothing store in an area hit by riots during the summer disorder has been remanded in custody, a court official said today.

Best state schools add £77,000 to the value of nearby homes

A top-performing state school can add up to £77,000 to the value of a house within its catchment area, according to new research, with the cost of properties near the 50 best-performing state schools 35 per cent higher than in the rest of the UK.

Courts open on Sunday as magistrates struggle to clear backlog

Two magistrates are dealing exclusively with search warrants. Police come to the court with the papers needed for raids, which are signed off straight away

14-year-old boy is among hundreds of rioters facing charges

Magistrates began dealing with the first of hundreds of cases of alleged rioters yesterday, as police cells in London were declared full. The prospect of housing the extra prisoners outside the capital was raised by John Drew, head of the Youth Justice Board, who said he could offer 300 places in secure units.

Boys remanded over London teenager murder

Two boys have been remanded in custody charged with the murder of a teenager on a busy high street.

Boys held over pupil's murder

Two teenagers have been arrested over the murder of a schoolboy stabbed in the neck in south-east London.

Five face jail over Victoria station killing

A group of teenagers who hunted down and killed another schoolboy in a brazen and merciless attack face jail.

Three questioned over schoolboy murder

Three teenagers were being questioned today on suspicion of murdering a schoolboy in a gang knife attack.

Boy aged 15 stabbed to death in London

A teenage schoolboy has been stabbed to death in the street. The 15-year-old was set upon in Camberwell, south London, last night.

Shot girl, 5, may never walk again

A five-year-old girl shot when a gunman opened fire in a shop may never walk again.

Boy, 16, charged with gun murder

A teenager has been charged with murder after a promising athlete was gunned down in the stairwell of a housing estate.

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