Pressure on police to run human DNA tests on the dead cats
Singer told music magazine Croydon 'represented everything I didn't want in my life, everything I wanted to get away from'
Gruesome killings of pets could not have been by foxes, say experts
Unidentified individual is believed to have killed and mutilated 32 family pets over two years
Sophie Cahill says she had grown suspicious after he had been out all night.
Daniel, 16, told his mother 'I love you, I promise I won't die' just hours before falling unconscious at a party on a west London industrial estate
Thousands of people signed a petition to support the 28-year-old's release
Police have named a murder victim who was tied up and dumped down a well about two years ago.
Labour MP David Lammy backs the move despite social media backlash
One of these days, pigs might fly and Philip Ridley will write a play full of joy, laughter and sparkling merriment. Meanwhile, he follows the dark and murky byways of lives that have gone lyrically wrong in language that lacerates any vestigial sense of well-being and “all’s right with the world” in an audience.
There is one big question hanging in the air from a Great British perspective as the blue riband event of the 2013 World Championships approaches. Is James Dasaolu just a one-heat wonder – or a real deal speed merchant who can last the course when the heat of global battle is on?
Paul Meehan told detectives he saw her walk past his home, after she had died
The last images of murdered schoolgirl Tia Sharp alive were shown to a jury today, as they heard how she “idolised” her alleged killer.
Prosecutor warns jurors that they will find some of the evidence in the case 'distressing'
A south London tourist board is challenging the Lake District's claim to the name. So did it bring out the poet in John Walsh
Witnesses say woman jumped in front of train in Surrey, dragging child with her