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'Night stalker' shook victim's hand

The "Night Stalker" sex attacker drank from a can of beer before shaking the hand of one of his victims and leaving through the front door, a court heard.

'Night Stalker' victim, 88, prayed for a quick death

The taxi driver accused of preying on vulnerable elderly women and men in a series of burglaries and "humiliating and degrading sexual assaults" tried to frame his own son after he was arrested, a jury heard yesterday.

29 charges in 'Night Stalker' trial

Delroy Grant denies 29 offences committed between October 1992 and November 2009 on pensioners in and around the south London area.

Cabbie on trial for 'Night Stalker' sex attacks

A cabbie went on trial today accused of being the so-called Night Stalker, a rapist who preyed on elderly victims during a 17-year campaign of attacks.

Man gets life for party murder

A knifeman who stabbed an innocent 16-year-old partygoer to death in what a judge said was any parent's "worst nightmare" was jailed for life today.

Trial of man accused of sex attacks to start

The trial of a man accused of being one of Britain's most prolific sex attackers begins today.

Nanny admits Jacqueline Gold murder bid

A woman who worked as a nanny for Ann Summers boss Jacqueline Gold today admitted attempting to poison the lingerie tycoon with screen wash.

Teenager jailed for killing gay man

A former public schoolgirl who kicked and stamped on a gay civil servant during a deadly homophobic attack has been jailed for seven years for his manslaughter.

Northern furniture chain to make southern debut

Northern furniture retailer CSL is to make its southern debut at a former Borders shop near Brent Cross in north London.

What Katy B did with dubstep, and what's next

Katy B, James Blake and Jamie Woon are the best of a new wave bringing the sound of the underground to the charts

Two convicted of homophobic killing

Two people who hurled homophobic abuse at a gay civil servant before kicking and stamping on him have been convicted over their part in his death.

Teenage girl locked up for killing gay man

A former public schoolgirl who hurled homophobic abuse at a gay civil servant before kicking and stamping on him during a deadly attack is tonight behind bars.

Plumber denies killing woman with faulty boiler

A plumber appeared at the Old Bailey today accused of causing the death of a young dance teacher of carbon monoxide poisoning from a gas boiler.

Call this a harsh winter? Now, when I were a lad...

As Britain struggles to cope with the big freeze, David Randall says this is nothing

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