News Former News of the World reporter Dan Evans allegedly hacked into the phone of supermodel Kate Moss and listened to an apparent declaration of love from Bond actor Daniel Craig

Former reporter Dan Evans alleges he intercepted a voicemail for model Kate Moss

Lukasz Slaboszewski, left, and John Chapman were both victims of Joanna Dennehy

Ditch killer Joanna Dennehy stands by her guilty pleas to murdering three men

A female serial killer who has admitted murdering three men will stand by her guilty pleas.

Fusilier Lee Rigby was killed outside Woolwich barracks

Lee Rigby murder trial: The four questions posed to potential jurors in case against Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale

Have you been near a terror incident? Have you ever been in the Services? Could your beliefs or occupation affect your verdict? Is there a compelling reason to excuse you?

'Brooks told me phone hacking was easy'

Hacking trial: ‘Rebekah Brooks told me phone hacking was easy’ says golfer's wife

Rebekah Brooks told the former wife of golfer Colin Montgomerie that phone hacking was “so easy”, a court heard yesterday.

Teenager accused of planning repeat Columbine massacre faces retrial

A teenager accused of planning a “Columbine-style” attack on his former school will face a re-trial after an Old Bailey jury were unable to reach verdicts on two terrorism charges.

Thorney Dyke near Peterborough where the bodies of two men were discovered in a ditch

Joanna Dennehy trial: Serial killer stuns Old Bailey by pleading guilty to murdering three men and dumping bodies in ditches

Joanna Dennehy also pleaded guilty to the attempted murders of another two men, Robin Bereza and John Rogers

Keith Blakelock was murdered 23 years ago

Man aged 45 denies murdering PC Keith Blakelock during Broadwater Farm riot 28 years ago

A 45-year-old man today denied murdering policeman Keith Blakelock during the Broadwater Farm Estate riot 28 years ago.

Terror suspect Mohammed Ahmed Mohamed who is being hunted by counter-terrorism officers

Mohammed Ahmed Mohamed: Taskforce launched to track down terrorist suspect who escaped wearing burka

MI5, Met Police Counter Terrorism Command and UK Border Agency join forces in manhunt

Rolf Harris arrives at the 2012 Bafta awards

Rolf Harris trial set for April 2014

Australian entertainer faces nine counts of indecent assault

Constance Briscoe pleaded not guilty at the Old Bailey to two counts of intending to pervert the course of public justice

Part-time judge Constance Briscoe denies perverting justice over Chris Huhne case

56-year-old faces trial next January over two charges

Operation Yewtree: Veteran DJ Dave Lee Travis charged with two further counts of indecent assault

Ex-Radio 1 DJ was first charged on August 15 as part of Operation Yewtree

Two men denied killing Lee Rigby

Drummer Lee Rigby murder trial: Suspects Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale deny Woolwich killing

Suspects appeared in court via videolink from prison

Brothers face court on charge of travelling to terror training camp

Two brothers who were stopped by police in Dover have appeared in court accused of travelling to a terrorist training camp in Syria.

Dave Lee Travis arrives at court

Dave Lee Travis in court over 12 sex abuse charges

Former Radio 1 DJ indicates he will plead not guilty to the allegations and has vowed to clear his name

Police officers and Sun and Mirror journalists charged over corruption

A former senior Sun journalist, an ex-Daily Mirror journalist, a police officer and a prison officer have appeared in court charged in relation to the investigation into corrupt payments to police and public officials.

Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson phone hacking trial delayed

The trial of Rebekah Brooks, the former chief executive of Rupert Murdoch’s News International, and seven other defendants including Andy Coulson, David Cameron’s former communications chief in Downing Street, has been pushed back by two months.

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