Inquest into killing of 29-year-old reveals frantic phone call to his brother just before he was shot dead by police
Inquest aims to shed light on the facts surrounding the shooting of Mark Duggan by armed police in 2011
Former SAS sniper Sergeant Danny Nightingale is to appeal against his conviction for illegally possessing a gun and ammunition, his lawyer has said.
15 councils among objectors who asked judges to order further assessment of whole scheme
The start of the inquest into the death of poisoned spy Alexander Litvinenko has been postponed until 2 October.
A Christian group who believe gay men and women can be “cured” of their homosexual leanings is taking London Underground to court over an advert that was banned from the city’s buses and trains.
Sergeant Danny Nightingale's family spoke of being overwhelmed yesterday as the Court of Appeal took the “unprecedented” step of announcing a review of his case before lawyers had even requested permission.
Before Roger Gifford becomes the 685th incumbent next month, Matthew Bell tries his luck in the footsteps of Dick Whittington
The cuisine of Liège has a range of influences, says Harriet O'Brien
Former prime minister Gordon Brown was not in a "balanced state of mind" when he called Rupert Murdoch to "declare war" on his company, the media tycoon told the Leveson Inquiry today.
It was like being scheduled against the Christmas special of Downton Abbey.
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.