Attack allegedly occurred just hours after Mr Benyon was told he had been sacked as Government minister
Dozens of counts allege bonuses secured by falsely claiming jobs found for unemployed
It is believed the bird was butchered and stripped of its flesh at some point over the weekend
The body of a two-year-old child has been found at a home after police were called to the address, police said today.
Deputy Children’s Commissioner says senior child protection figures said the issue was of the victims' own making
Police in London have arrested a man in connection with the alleged attempted abduction of a three-year-old girl in the Canary Islands.
Mohammed Karrar also denied trafficking vulnerable teens
The election of Police and Crime Commissioners is "at the heart of the Government's plan to cut crime", we have been told. So the Government will be pleased to see some big names showing an interest in running for the elections, scheduled for 15 November, even if they are not Conservatives.
The most senior Metropolitan police officer to be charged with corruption in 34 years went on trial today accused of abusing his office like a “bully” to arrest a man and falsely claim he was assaulted.
The TV chef's police caution for shoplifting from Tesco five times in two weeks marks the end of a difficult couple of years that saw his restaurant empire fall into administration, says Tom Peck
Celebrity chef Antony Worrall Thompson apologised today for his "stupid and irresponsible actions" after he was arrested for shoplifting cheese and wine at a supermarket.
It is arguable that not since Rangers signed Maurice Johnston, a catholic and former Celtic player, more than 20 years ago, has any new player divided the club as much as the recent recruit from Blackburn Rovers, El Hadji Diouf. That adds extra edge, as if any were needed, to today's Old Firm Scottish Cup tie at Ibrox.
Michael Savage meets the 12-year-old who just wants to keep his youth club open
When Sam Hallam was a teenager he was tried and convicted of a murder he says he did not commit.
When the county council turned off all its Gatso cameras, motorists quickly returned to law-breaking ways, reports Mark Hughes