Some of the new allegations date back 45 years, with one relating to a girl of seven or eight in 1968 or 1969
A major anti-corruption trial involving a billionaire Labour donor who is a friend of Tony Blair collapsed yesterday following an embarrassing error by the Serious Fraud Office.
Seventy-four-year-old would wear a variety of 'flamboyant' hats, dinner scarves and other outfits that Scotland Yard said "'made him stand out' when offending
Court of Appeal judges have been asked to decide whether the punishment handed to Neil Wilson was unduly lenient
Tim Haries is alleged to have smuggled a can of spray paint into the abbey before defacing portrait
'Compensation deal close' with family of man who died after being pushed to ground during G20 protests
Four Sikh separatists tried to slash the throat of a retired Indian general in a revenge attack carried out on the streets of London, a court heard today.
Attack comes after a painting of the Queen by Ralph Heimans was vandalised with spray paint in Westminster Abbey
IT consultant exposed by The Independent admits human trafficking and voyeurism
Comedian was arrested in November under the "Savile and others" strand and then re-arrested in April, under the strand unrelated to Savile
Andy Coulson, the former Downing Street director of communications, has appeared in court in Scotland charged with perjury.
A hacker with the notorious “hacktivist” collective LulzSec is to be released “imminently” despite being found with more than 170 indecent images of children as young as six months.
Giovanni di Stefano claimed he had links with Bin Laden, Mugabe and Saddam
A bankrupt stockbroker who defrauded millions of pounds from some of Britain's shrewdest business people was today ordered to pay a nominal £1 fee.
He photographed her naked and wearing his gun, court told
Paul Peachey watched the adulterous former cabinet minister and his vengeful ex-wife hear their fate – side by side