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

3 June 2013: The van believed to be carrying Michael Adebolajo, 28, arrives at Westminster Magistrates Court, central London, where he is due to appear charged with the murder of Drummer Lee Rigby

Woolwich attack: As Michael Adebolajo showboats in court, PM attacks ‘poisoning’ of young minds

After Woolwich, Cameron pledges to dismantle ‘conveyor belt of radicalisation’ in schools and universities

'Hunting posse' get life for killing boy

Four teenagers were given life terms for killing a 15-year-old boy who was chased by a "hunting posse of boys on bicycles".

German student Tim Sommer detained indefinitely in Broadmoor for killing 60-year-old doctor known as 'Professor Whitestick'

Sommer repeatedly stamped on Douglas Hutchinson's head in an unprovoked attack in his front garden

Genson Courtney murder: Pair jailed for 'execution' of drug dealing stepson of gangland author Dave Courtney

Two men have been jailed for life for shooting the stepson of gangland celebrity and author Dave Courtney.

(Top row) Akhtar Dogar, Anjum Dogar, Kamar Jamil; (Bottom row) Assad Hussain, Bassam Karrar, Mohammed Karrar and Zeeshan Ahmed

Oxford child paedophile gang: Council chief Joanna Simons insists shes will not resign as seven men are found guilty of child rape, trafficking and organising prostitution

The belated conviction of seven men who groomed and sexually abused children in Oxford reveals an appalling failure of care, as council boss vows to stay on

Stuart Hazell before his arrest in August last year

Stuart Hazell: The man who robbed a woman of her daughter – and her trust in everyone

His own lawyer remarken on his 'extraordinary capacity for living through lies that he has made up'

Tia Sharp murder trial: Stuart Hazell accused of telling prison officer 'I'm not like Ian Huntley'

The man who allegedly murdered schoolgirl Tia Sharp told a prison officer her death was an accident and insisted “I’m not like Ian Huntley [the Soham murderer]”, a court has heard.

CCTV still shows Tia Sharp and Stuart Hazell on the bus on the afternoon before her murder

Final images of Tia Sharp – out shopping with the man accused of killing her

The last images of murdered schoolgirl Tia Sharp alive were shown to a jury today, as they heard how she “idolised” her alleged killer.

Stuart Hazell denies killing 12-year-old Tia Sharp, his partner's granddaughter

Tia Sharp murder: Accused Stuart Hazell 'killed 12-year-old after sexually assaulting her'

Prosecutor warns jurors that they will find some of the evidence in the case 'distressing'

James McCormick arrives for sentencing at the Old Bailey

Conman James McCormick jailed for 10 years over fake bomb detectors

Judge who told him that he had blood of the innocent on his hands

London council worker jailed for two years over terrorism discs that contained footage of beheadings and executions

A council worker from London has been jailed for two years after admitting having 300 computer discs of terrorist material in his car and home.

Former police sergeant James Bowes who is facing jail after admitting selling information to The Sun newspaper

Former police sergeant faces jail for selling information to The Sun

A former police sergeant is facing jail after admitting selling information to The Sun newspaper.

Richard Dart, 30, who was jailed for six years at the Old Bailey for terrorist offences

White Muslim convert defies judge as he is jailed for terror offences

When ordered to stand, he refused saying 'I don't wish to stand up because I believe ruling and judgement is only for Allah'

Millionaire businessman James McCormick found guilty of selling fake bomb detectors

A British businessman who sold bogus bomb detectors to countries at war where hundreds of people were dying and injured by explosive devices has been found guilty of fraud at the Old Bailey.

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Teenage paedophile Opemipo Jaji facing life sentence for raping girl aged 11 had 'sexual interest in very young white girls'

A teenager facing a life sentence today for raping an 11-year-old girl as she made her way home from school had a 'sexual interest in very young white girls' and had attacked another before, it can be revealed today.

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