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

OAP Ezekiel McCarthy avoids prison over murder of nephew

A pensioner who killed his nephew after mistaking him for a burglar walked free from court after a judge took pity on him.

Man jailed for football fan murder

Alex Jarmay suffered three stab wounds. He collapsed after staggering outside a club

Man cleared of Boxing Day Oxford Street teen's murder

A man wept today after being cleared of murdering a teenager who was stabbed in the middle of Britain's busiest shopping street during the Boxing Day sales.

Nina Siegenthaler: She fell in love with Stewart, believing he would invest her savings in a Swiss fund

Penniless con artist spun tale of being rich to seduce woman out of £600,000

Man ‘struck lucky’ while online from his bedsit, concocting a story of life in the international jet-set

A March 2012 photograph of Edward Devenney covering himself up as he arrives at Westminster Magistrates Court

Royal Navy submariner Edward Devenney remanded in custody after admitting meeting 'Russian secret agents' to discuss UK military intelligence

A Royal Navy submariner who tried to pass on secret information to Russian agents has been remanded in custody after admitting his crime.

Pay £5m or it's more time in jail, Nadir told

Asil Nadir’s claim to be penniless after his spectacular fall from head of a multinational empire to jailed thief were rejected today when the disgraced tycoon was told to pay £5m or face a further six years in prison.

Asil Nadir was jailed for ten years in August

Asil Nadir must pay back £5m - or face a further six years in jail

Disgraced tycoon Asil Nadir was today ordered to pay back £5 million of the money he stole from his Polly Peck business empire - or face a further six years' jail.

Trial date set for doctor accused of keeping John Cantlie and a Dutch journalist captive

An NHS doctor accused of kidnapping a British photographer in Syria will face trial in June.

Umer Farooq admits possession of terrorist documents containing details of how to make explosives, poisons and mines

A 34-year-old man has admitted possession of terrorist documents containing details of how to make explosives, poisons and mines.

Asil Nadir was jailed for ten years in August

I gave Asil Nadir £4m for nothing more than his friendship, Turkish businessman tells Old Bailey

A Turkish businessman gave disgraced tycoon Asil Nadir more than £4m to fund a lavish lifestyle in London’s Mayfair after he returned to Britain to face trial for plundering his own company, the Old Bailey heard today.

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Baby P father's libel award over rape claim error is cut to £50,000

The natural father of Baby P who was falsely accused of having been convicted of raping a 14-year-old girl has had a libel award of £75,000 cut to £50,000.

Sofyen Belamouadden death: 17th person convicted over mob killing of schoolboy at Victoria station

A teenager today become the 17th person to be convicted over the mob killing of a schoolboy inside a central London station after a clash between pupils from rival schools.

Daily Mail and the Daily Mirror fined £10,000 each after causing an attempted abduction trial against Milly Dowler's murderer Levi Bellfield to collapse

Two newspapers that caused a trial for attempted abduction against Milly Dowler’s murderer Levi Bellfield to collapse have been fined £10,000 each for contempt of court.

DNA advances see 1987 rapist jailed

A rapist who cheated justice for nearly 25 years has been jailed because of advances in DNA profiling.

ICC suspends six umpires amid corruption investigation

Six umpires accused of corruption will not be selected to officiate by the International Cricket Council until allegations made by an Indian television news channel have been investigated fully.

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