Panel also heard that gun was found 10 to 20 feet away from site of shooting
Bruno Hall stopped talking after his son’s death except to repeat: 'They killed my son, they killed my boy'
A senior police officer today claimed that no lessons could be learned from the operation which ended with the shooting of Mark Duggan.
Inquest hears 29-year-old was actively involved in class A drug dealing and gun crime as part of his association with the Tottenham Mandem street gang
15 councils among objectors who asked judges to order further assessment of whole scheme
Plans will include rape and murder cases but senior judges fear repeat of US-style show trials
MI5 are concerned that Republican splinter groups are plotting an attack on Britain
Nearly 300 protesters sign-up to turn backs on former Prime Minister's coffin during procession
Before Roger Gifford becomes the 685th incumbent next month, Matthew Bell tries his luck in the footsteps of Dick Whittington
An already very grim story just took a turn for the worse. But any civilised society needs to emphasise justice over revenge, so let the BBC and police do their work
The Leveson Inquiry was "compromised" by having to avoid questions that went to the heart of criminal practices at News International and other papers, the barrister representing 50 phone-hacking victims said yesterday.
Locked-in syndrome sufferer Tony Nicklinson's existence of "pure torture" could continue for another 20 years or more if he does not win the right to end his life when he chooses, the High Court heard today.
Karren Brady, West Ham United's vice-chairman, had her mobile telephone records "unlawfully obtained by subterfuge" at the height of the ill-tempered contest last year with Tottenham Hotspur to win the tenancy to the Olympic Stadium, a judge said yesterday.
Firm used by Tottenham admits 'wrongfully obtaining' West Ham executive's records