Police Taser and arrest the man following the siege
The body of the child was found at a house in Bicester after police received a report from a family member who was worried about her welfare
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
It is the sort of discovery that would have had Inspector Morse grumpily downing his pint and climbing into the red Jaguar.
IT specialists should consider becoming police volunteers to help stop criminals trying to fleece Britons of hundreds of millions of pounds online, the Security Minister is to suggest.
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.
Some of the worst wildfires seen in Britain for more than 30 years continued to smoulder last night.
The pilot of a plane which crashed and injured Ukip leader Nigel Farage during an election day stunt was today convicted of making threats to kill.
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
The Statement from the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Paul Stephenson, was suitably sober and contrite.
Police arrested a 25-year-old man yesterday on suspicion of murder after a woman's body was discovered in Buckinghamshire countryside.
It's sound clash time again. Strictly for aficionados of reggae sound system culture, it's the musical equivalent of a special forces assault course, where the midnight 'til dawn damage inflicted by the heaviest bass bins – and the blaring horns and screeching whistles of the crowd – leaves ear drums ringing and calf muscles aching. It's also a test of mental agility, an A-level examination in recognising tunes.
Portsmouth's FA Cup final celebrations were marred at the weekend when two players had their winners' medals stolen.