News Dave Lee Travis, whose real name is David Patrick Griffin, arrives at Southwark Crown Court on 17 January 17 2014

Former Radio One disc jockey Dave Lee Travis has told his trial he is “astonished” at sex offence allegations against him and told jurors he is a “normal, decent human being”.

Yard anti-terror chief 'rang paper to ask for a bribe'

A senior Scotland Yard counter-terrorism officer rang the News of the World (NOTW) to offer "highly sensitive" inside information about a police inquiry into phone hacking at the newspaper in exchange for a bribe, a court heard yesterday.

Reg Traviss acquitted by jury after less than three hours deliberation

Reg Traviss: Amy Winehouse's ex-boyfriend cleared of raping sleeping woman

Reg Traviss acquitted by jury after less than three hours deliberation

MI5 officer denies beating and sexually assaulting colleague

Officer accused of harassing and attacking female colleague between August and December 2011

Sam Wallace: Harry will have to be patient with his new bosses

Were it not for Bastian Schweinsteiger's penalty miss, or Bayern Munich's failure to stop Didier Drogba with two minutes left of the Champions League final, or any number of critical moments in Chelsea's improbable, exhilarating run to the European Cup last season, then Harry Redknapp would probably not be where he is today.

Biggest fraudster in UK history: £1.4bn UBS rogue trader Kweku Adoboli jailed for 7 years

In January 2008, times were good for Kweku Adoboli. The financial crisis had yet to bite and after a rapid rise through the back office of Swiss banking giant UBS, he had made it on to its London trading floor along with high-octane lifestyle of graft, six-figure salaries and penthouse parties.

Banker's cheated lovers cleared of insider trading

Two women have been cleared of insider trading despite making hundreds of thousands of pounds from information leaked to them by their two-timing banker boyfriend.

Margaret Moran is to face 21 expenses charges

Former MP Margaret Moran fiddled £53,000 expenses, jury rules

A former Labour MP fiddled her expenses claims to receive more than £53,000, a jury has ruled.

UBS trader awaits verdict of fraud trial

One of the great symbols of the bankers' avarice before and even during the crisis has been Jerome Kerviel, the Société Gé*érale banker now serving porridge in a French jail.

Margaret Moran is to face 21 expenses charges

Ex-MP Margaret Moran 'made £60,000 in false expenses claims and used elderly couple's address on fake invoice'

The former Labour MP Margaret Moran claimed nearly her full year’s allowance in a single false claim and even submitted expenses for an address that in fact belonged to an elderly couple, a jury has heard.

Ex-detective Ryan Coleman-Farrow jailed for sabotaging rape cases

Former officer undermined prosecutions by faking interviews and lying to victims

A man convicted of cashing more than £30,000 using cheques stolen from the illusionist Derren Brown was jailed for 16 months yesterday

Man jailed for cashing Derren Brown cheques

A man convicted of cashing more than £30,000 using cheques stolen from the illusionist Derren Brown was jailed for 16 months yesterday.

Former Lloyds' online security boss Jessica Harper faces jail after admitting stealing £2.4 million

A former Lloyds bank boss in charge of online security is facing jail for a £2.4 million fraud scam.

Man appears in court accused of pretending to be brother of murdered businesswoman Carole Waugh

A man appeared in court today accused of pretending to be the brother of murdered businesswoman Carole Waugh in an attempt to sell her flat while she was missing.

'Terrifying' former judge hired to beef up SFO

The new head of the embattled Serious Fraud Office has put a tough senior former judge on the payroll to aid his attempts at cracking down on City crime.

Top judge to beef up Fraud Office after string of bungles

QC with a terrifying reputation as a judge hired by new head of the SFO

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Stories of Bill Cosby's alleged sexual assaults may have circulated widely in Hollywood, but they came as a shock to fans, says Rupert Cornwell
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As fans flock to see England women's Wembley debut against Germany, the TV presenter on an exciting 'sea change'
Oh come, all ye multi-faithful: The Christmas jumper is in fashion, but should you wear your religion on your sleeve?

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The Christmas jumper is in fashion, but should you wear your religion on your sleeve?
Dr Charles Heatley: The GP off to do battle in the war against Ebola

The GP off to do battle in the war against Ebola

Dr Charles Heatley on joining the NHS volunteers' team bound for Sierra Leone
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Flogging vlogging

First video bloggers conquered YouTube. Now they want us to buy their books
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