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Soldier’s alleged murderer tells court: ‘We did not wish to give him much pain... he was still alive’

Mohammed Hamid, described as 'dangerously charming', progressed from shoplifting to turning young men into jihadists

Jailed preacher, Mohammed Hamid, who trained 21/7 bombers ‘linked’ to Woolwich attack suspect, Michael Adebolajo

Man accused of Drummer Lee Rigby's murder said to have had contact with 'Osama Bin London'

A montage issued by the Metropolitan Police of (top row from left) Zahid Iqbal, Mohammed Sharfaraz Ahmed and (bottom row from left) Umar Arshad with Syed Farhan Hussain who admitted discussing carrying out a terror attack in the UK using homemade bombs and firearms

Four jailed for plot to bomb Territorial Army army base

Two British terrorists who discussed plans for an al-Qa'ida-inspired attack in the UK have been ordered to serve up to 16 years and three months in jail.

Extremists planned to use radio-controlled car in attack on Army base, court told

Four men from Luton have pleaded guilty to the preparation of terrorist acts and are due to be sentenced tomorrow

Four men plead guilty over terror charges

Four men have admitted discussing carrying out a terror attack in the UK using homemade bombs and firearms.

Ex-soldiers jailed for arms smuggling

Four former soldiers who tried to smuggle guns, ammunition and drugs into the country have been jailed.

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Exposed: The army's gun-smuggling soldiers

A group of British Army soldiers based in Germany have been convicted of attempting to smuggle guns and cocaine from continental Europe to sell to the London underworld.

Terror cell accused 'lacked courage to admit their plot'

A group of men accused of plotting eight suicide bombings in Britain did not have the courage to admit their actions, a court heard.

Irfan Naseer, 31, Irfan Khalid and Ashik Ali, both 27, who are accused of being 'central figures' in the extremist plot

Islamic jihadists accused of planning huge terror campaign in London discussed failure of 7/7 attackers to use nails in bombs

Three men accused of planning a huge suicide terror attack discussed how the 7/7 London bombers did not do enough damage because the attackers had forgotten to use “nails and stuff”, a court has heard.

Men accused of plotting a huge suicide bomb campaign in London also discussed fitting sharp blades on trucks and driving into crowds

Three men accused of plotting a huge suicide bomb attack in Britain discussed fitting sharp blades on a truck before driving it into a crowd, a court heard today.

'Another 9/11': Islamic jihadists accused of planning huge coordinated suicide bomb campaign in London

The ringleaders of a home-grown terror cell were secretly recorded plotting a coordinated suicide attack by eight militants carrying rucksacks stuffed with explosives in what was designed to be the British version of the 9/11 attacks, a court heard today.

Anti-paedophile vigilante jailed for minimum term of 18 years

An anti-paedophile vigilante who murdered a gay man he wrongly believed to be a child molester was told today he may never be released from prison.

Man guilty of murdering shop worker with hammer

A man who was acquitted of murdering a vicar and disposing of his body was today convicted of killing a supermarket worker just four months after his release from prison.

Woman guilty over flat fire deaths

A woman has been convicted of two counts of manslaughter after she started a fire at a block of flats which killed two women, police said today.

Liverpool gang members jailed for shootings

Five members of an underworld gang responsible for a series of shootings, and leaving a hand grenade on the front wall of Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish's home were today jailed for life.

Nine jailed over London bomb plot

Nine members of an al-Qa'ida-inspired terror group that plotted to bomb the London Stock Exchange and build a terrorist training camp were jailed today.

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