Two boys were arrested on suspicion of murder today by police investigating the death of a partially-sighted pensioner after being mugged.
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The 17-year-old who killed a pensioner during last year’s rioting in London has been locked up for eight years.
Police are searching for a former Albanian intelligence officer wanted for torture and kidnapping who jumped bail last week, failing to appear at his extradition hearing in London on 1 December.
Entertainer Michael Barrymore was found with cocaine in his pocket after launching a foul-mouthed tirade at police, a court heard today.
International friendly to honour Wales manager would be fitting, says legendary goalkeeper
A 16-year-old boy accused of murdering a pensioner while on a looting rampage at the London riots will be tried at the Old Bailey, a court heard today.
A man in his 60s suffered life-threatening injuries when he was attacked by rioters after he tried to extinguish a fire they had started in a bin, a witness said today.
Kind Hearts and Coronets, Whisky Galore! and the rest are a malign influence on today's cinema, says Geoffrey Macnab
The 1920s society portrait photographer has inspired a new exhibition of photographs of women by Neeta Madahar
Size isn't everything, but the second album by this Ealing trio feels destined to be even bigger than the first.
Appeal Court overturns GMC's response to claims doctor accused mother of murder
They dominated the British music industry for half a decade, but how did EMI Records get there? And what factors contributed to their extraordinary decline?
Gordon Brown has complained that cartoonists make him look too fat – and the outrageous barbs of cartoonists have undermined more than one parliamentary reputation. Mark Hughes reports
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