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Law Commission calls for statute 'giving greater clarity' rather than current use of contempt laws

Newly-qualified NHS doctor accused of kidnapping British photographer and Dutch colleague in Syria has case dropped

Two journalists were held captive for nine days after they strayed into a jihadist camp and both suffered gunshot wounds when they staged an unsuccessful escape attempt

'Get Money Gang' member Mohammed Hussein killed in Wild West-style shootout with 'Dem Africans' after years of murderous rivalry, court hears

19-year-old collapsed in an alley where he died after being struck in the chest

Sam Curtin (left) and Connor Groake (right)

Brothers who robbed Selfridges dressed in burkas are jailed

Two brothers have been jailed for their roles in a “professionally planned and executed” armed raid at Selfridges department store, London, in June.

Selfridges robbery: Two men charged over an armed raid

Two men being held in custody and charged over an armed raid at Selfridges department store will appear in court today.

London restaurant owner batters rat to death in the middle of environmental health inspection

Rajakumar Rajalingam has been ordered to pay nearly £20,000 in fines and court costs after pleading guilty to a string of food safety and trading standards offences

Pensioner jailed for child rape

A pensioner who sexually assaulted four young girls between 1949 and 1973 was jailed for 11 years today.

78-year-old convicted of child sex attacks dating back 60 years

A former serviceman was today found guilty of sexually assaulting four young girls.

Ex-soldier jailed for sex attacks

A former soldier who carried out a string of sex attacks has been jailed indefinitely.

Former soldier jailed indefinitely for string of sex attacks

A former soldier who carried out a string of sex attacks has been jailed indefinitely.

Jury fails to agree in Alfie Meadows case

A student who suffered a brain injury at a protest against university tuition fees is likely to face a second trial after jurors failed to reach a verdict on whether he was guilty of violent disorder.

Companies using 'blaggers' to illegally access personal data to be investigated

Law firms and insurance companies which employed private detectives who used a "blagger" to illegally access personal data are to be investigated for possible criminal offences.

Four men remanded in custody on Pakistan-linked terrorism charges

Four men appeared in court yesterday charged with terrorism offences after being arrested as part of a investigation linked to Pakistan.

Vincent Tabak denies sex thrills strangling

Joanna Yeates's killer faced allegations today that he strangled her for sexual thrills.

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