News Metropolitan Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley speaks to the media outside New Scotland Yard. The Met has been accused of failing the firearms officers who fatally wounded Mark Duggan following this week's verdict

The Metropolitan Police has been accused of failing the firearms officers who fatally wounded Mark Duggan by showing “indifferent” support for them in the wake of this week’s inquest verdict.

Billionaire US art dealer Hillel “Helly” Nahmad admits to running $100m global gambling ring

Hillel 'Helly' Nahmad pleads guilty in Manhattan court to operating business catering for professional players, Wall Street financiers and celebrities

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Last night on Sky1, a family television classic was born.

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Microsoft pays out $100,000 to hacker who exposed Windows security flaws

Software giant Microsoft has revealed it is paying a hacker over $100,000 (£62,760) to find security holes in its products.

Staffordshire Police to wear video cameras on patrol

All frontline officers, special constables and PCSOs will be required to wear video cameras on their uniforms when on patrol in a bid to boost a force’s “integrity”.

Wild thing: The 100-footer Wild Oats in this year’s Sydney to Hobart race getty

Wild Oats leads race to take up Oracle challenge

Announcement to be made on Monday by holders Oracle Team USA

Oracle Team USA (including Ben Ainslie, bottom left) celebrate retaining the America's Cup

America's Cup: Sir Ben Ainslie guides Oracle Team USA to victory over Team New Zealand in one of sport's greatest comeback

British Olympic hero secures trophy for US after being 8-1 down to Emirates Team New Zealand

America's Cup: Emirates Team New Zealand's wait for victory continues

It's never normally like this is the ironic shoulder shrug to explain why sailboat racing plans go wrong around the world and it was the boast of the organisers of the 34th America's Cup that the world could forget the mantra on San Francisco Bay.

Oracle Team USA takes practice before the start of race ten of the America's Cup finals against Emirates Team New Zealand

America's Cup: Team Oracle live to fight another day as latest race is cancelled

Emirates Team New Zealand need only one more win to take the trophy

Oracle Team USA takes practice before the start of race ten of the America's Cup finals against Emirates Team New Zealand

America's Cup: Ben Ainslie set to be a winner whether Team Oracle win or lose

The British skipper was promoted midway through the competition

A 'Bobby' pictured in 1947. Senior police chiefs has questioned the future of bobbies on the beat

No future for bobbies on the beat, claims senior police officer

Budget cuts mean that reassuring the public can no longer be a priority for forces

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America's Cup: Ben Ainslie called on to steady the ship at Oracle Team USA

The  defender lost race five when in the leas

Some watch, some don't, as the AAM Cowes Week competitors race along the beach to the finish line.
Captain America’s: Sir Russell Coutts is chief of the defending Oracle team

The America’s Cup fails to impress with revolutionary adjustments

It was supposed to be a wholesale restyling of an event that goes back to a yacht race around the Isle of Wight in 1851. It was going to be, rather insultingly to some, a switch from the Flintstone to the Facebook generation. Instead it has fallen into the age-old traps of overweening ambition and misguided dollops of greed.

America's Cup: Threat increases as teams set to boycott opening

Italian team Luna Rossa has said they will not show up for first race on Sunday

Iain Murray takes America’s Cup to the brink with warning he could call off the whole event

The threat of calling off the America’s Cup was made by the regatta director Iain Murray the night before Thursday’s opening ceremony in San Francisco.

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