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More than £1.6bn worth of groceries and other goods are being stolen every year by supermarket customers using self-service tills, according to a new survey.
A new Kenyan law aims to quell poaching by increasing the notoriously light penalties for the growing illegal trade
Former government contractor could join President Obama, Henry Kissinger and Nelson Mandela in historic list
A slew of celebrities in the dock has put the spotlight on the arcane art of courtroom sketches
Robber needed money for polio-stricken cousin's surgery
Supporters of the ousted Egyptian President clashed with police and a minister’s aide was shot dead
Dan Evans said he took phone hacking techniques and technology with him when he joined the News Of The World from The Sunday Mirror in 2004
Whitehall officials have warned attacks could occur during the Games
The man was given the sentence despite having a history mental illness
More than 16 people have been arrested since the beginning of the year amid rising fears of Britons being linked to fighting in Syria, it was reported.
Confidential information from top firms illegally accessed
They’ve been over here for 70 years, but the ‘opaque’ presence of our US allies worries many critics
'If you monkey with a system that’s supposed to provide global connectivity, it’s very easy to make mistakes'
Burglary and murders are down again, but what’s driving this 20-year drop in offences?
A nine-hour disturbance at a private prison run by controversial operator G4S has been described as a “full scale riot”. An unnamed member of the so-called Tornado squads sent in to quell the violence at HMP Oakwood near Wolverhampton earlier this month has claimed that inmates set tripwires and threatened officers as they were leaving a wing strewn with debris, including iron bars.
Suspicious package turned out to be more meaty than incendiary