The radical Islamic preacher Abu Izzadeen has been recalled to jail after breaking the terms of his release, prison sources said today.
Britons will no longer be required to register for identity cards, says Home Secretary
In what must be one of the most amusing stunts ever to have crossed Pandora's desk, Jacqueline Gold – the beguiling chief executive of the lingerie retailer Ann Summers – has purchased the Google- sponsored link for the term "Gordon Brown".
Plan to expel peers in wake of cash scandal may not be retrospective
Jeremy Paxman may have wept on television when he discovered his poverty-stricken roots in a Glasgow tenement block, but if the Scots thought this would spare them the famous snarling disdain of the BBC's grand inquisitor-in-chief, they were in for a rude awakening.
A British man accused of the "biggest military computer hack of all time" will make a last desperate plea today to try to stop his extradition to the US.
Notorious Muslim activist Abu Izzadeen was today found guilty of fundraising for terrorists and inciting terrorism overseas.
Army used tanks and helicopters to storm jail and free captured troops, say Iraqis