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Two women from London appeared at Westminster Magistrates Court yesterday, the first to be charged with terrorism offences in relation to Syrian conflict

More than 20 people charged in corruption investigation at Barkingside Magistrates' Court

East London court at centre of police probe into conspiracy to commit misconduct in a public office, bribery and perverting the course of justice

PCSO charged with rape and blackmail

A Police Community Support Officer (PCSO) has been charged with rape, blackmail and misconduct in a public office.

Rolf Harris to be prosecuted over three further allegations of indecent assault

Some of the new allegations date back 45 years, with one relating to a girl of seven or eight in 1968 or 1969

Tulisa Contostavlos charged for involvement in the supply of Class A drugs

Tulisa Contostavlos charged for involvement in the supply of Class A drugs: full statement

She is set to appear before Westminster Magistrates’ Court on 19 December

The incident happened at the Leicester Square Premier Inn

Man who stripped naked and stuck a fire extinguisher hose up his bottom in a hotel corridor walks free

The twenty-year-old also urinated on the Premier Inn floor and racially abused a staff member. He told the judge: “I really am truly ashamed of myself”

Operation Yewtree: Veteran DJ Dave Lee Travis charged with two further counts of indecent assault

Ex-Radio 1 DJ was first charged on August 15 as part of Operation Yewtree

Dismissed: the case of the Fathers4Justice campaigner and the disfigured 'Hay Wain'

A Fathers4Justice campaigner who was arrested on suspicion of gluing a 4in photograph of a boy to an oil painting by John Constable has had his case thrown out by the Crown Court.

Vladimir Antonov claims he is the victim of an anti-Russian plot

Former Portsmouth FC owner, Vladimir Antonov, accused of £420m bank fraud

Mr Antonov claims he is the victim of an anti-Russian plot by the Lithuanian government and its banking authorities

Brothers face court on charge of travelling to terror training camp

Two brothers who were stopped by police in Dover have appeared in court accused of travelling to a terrorist training camp in Syria.

Santander cyber plot: Four men charged over attempted bank robbery using computer control gadget

Four men have been charged with trying to steal millions of pounds from Santander by hacking into the bank's computer system, Scotland Yard confirmed on Saturday.

Sun news editor charged with corrupt payments

Scotland Yard’s anti-corruption investigation has announced charges against The Sun’s former deputy news editor, Ben O’Driscoll. He becomes the 14th journalist on the Murdoch-owned daily title to be charged in connection with the Metropolitan Police’s Operation Elveden investigation.

Police officers and Sun and Mirror journalists charged over corruption

A former senior Sun journalist, an ex-Daily Mirror journalist, a police officer and a prison officer have appeared in court charged in relation to the investigation into corrupt payments to police and public officials.

Journalist Dan Evans to face hacking charges

A journalist has been charged with offences linked to phone hacking after being on police bail for two years.

Rolf Harris is to be charged with four counts of making indecent images of children and nine of indecent assault on a girl under the age of 16, the Crown Prosecution Service said today.

Rolf Harris charged with indecent assault of two girls and making indecent images of a child

The television presenter and entertainer Rolf Harris was today charged with indecently assaulting two teenage girls and making indecent images of a child.

Former radio presenter Dave Lee Travis arrives at Westminster Magistrates Court in central London on 23 August 2013 to face charges of indecent and sexual assault

Former Radio 1 DJ Dave Lee Travis involved in 'calculated and prolonged' sex crimes spanning 30 years, court hears

68-year-old will deny 11 counts of indecent assault and one of sexual assault against nine alleged victims, says his solicitor

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