Courts sit through the night to hear 2,000 cases as police raids continue to recover massive hauls
Prime Minister David Cameron declared a fightback against looters and rioters today as a community mourned the deaths of three men killed while trying to protect its shops and businesses.
For me, the abiding image of the 2011 riots will be the sight of Reeves furniture store in Croydon burning to the ground.
CCTV images capturing hooded rioters in the act have been released by Scotland Yard.
When a play is described as "unashamedly literary", it is often polite code for "but dodgy as drama". This, though, is emphatically not so in the case of Into Thy Hands, Jonathan Holmes's passionately intellectual play about the metaphysical love poet and, later, Dean of St Paul's, John Donne. His play is additionally to be applauded because it shows off the architectural beauty and versatile viability as a performance space of Wilton's Music Hall, the oldest such venue in the country and one which is now in danger of closure after the Heritage Lottery Fund rejected its recent bid for £2.25m to make the building structurally sound.
Banned paceman Mohammad Amir is facing the threat of more disciplinary action after the 19-year-old admitted playing for a village side in Surrey last weekend.
Skream, Benga and Artwork give the inside track on their meteoric rise at the Volvo Snowbombing festival in Austria.
Scotland Yard has been forced to apologise for bungling another high profile manhunt after admitting one of Britain's most depraved sex attackers should have been stopped a decade earlier.
Ethics are shoved down your throat at Indian Veg. But there's still plenty of room for the all-you-can-eat buffet
Money-laundering, suicide and an owner implicated in spot-fixing. But the fans can ensure the Rams survive.
Warrington Wolves 22, Huddersfield Giants 34
Jammed on Underground platforms, putting out fires, digging families out of air-raid shelters, waking to find an unexploded bomb in the garden, getting separated from siblings: ten recount their experiences
Crown Prosecution Service faces eight racism cases brought by employees
A teenage girl who acted as a "honeytrap" to lure a smitten 16-year-old to his death at the hands of a love rival was locked up for a minimum of 10 years today.
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How has a couple with no horticultural experience created a garden that even Anna Pavord covets? With some spiky agaves and one heck of a vision