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One of Night Stalker Delroy Grant's elderly victims bravely faced him across a courtroom as he was jailed for life today.
A former mini-cab driver believed to be Britain's most prolific sex attacker was found guilty yesterday of conducting a 17-year reign of terror against elderly women and men.
Scotland Yard has been forced to apologise for bungling another high profile manhunt after admitting one of Britain's most depraved sex attackers should have been stopped a decade earlier.
Former Happy Mondays star Bez today lost his appeal against conviction for assault - and was warned he would be re-arrested in the dock if he did not calm down.
A gunman who terrified staff as he carried out the UK's biggest jewellery robbery was jailed for 23 years today.
An armed robber has been found guilty of taking part in Britain's biggest jewel heist, the £40m raid at the Graff Diamonds store in Mayfair. Aman Kassaye, 24, was convicted yesterday after nine days of jury deliberation.
The ventriloquist Ray Alan survived the death of variety theatre to take his act to television and become the doyen of his craft, best known for his tipsy, aristocratic dummy Lord Charles and the puppet pair Tich and Quackers.
The sceptic might suggest that Tottenham's sudden decision to incorporate a single-tier bank into the design for their new stadium, which the club revealed last night, followed the realisation that the ground was in danger being known as Emirates-lite. In most other respects the planned successor to White Hart Lane does bear a notable resemblance to its slightly larger neighbour.
A cage fighter who helped plan Britain's largest ever cash robbery was jailed for 18 years today after admitting his role in the plot.
England rugby star Lesley Vainikolo today had charges of causing grievous bodily harm dropped.
London 2012 organisers insist tickets for the Olympics will be "highly affordable", but admit they cannot guarantee to honour their initial pledge to make the cheapest available for just £15.
If you've got the savings to do it, an offset mortgage can save you a bundle, says James Daley
A vicar's daughter who died after falling from a third-floor window may have jumped after being bullied and held against her will by two other girls.
The flat I grew up in... was in a council block in Woolwich, south London, where I watched the 1966 World Cup with my big brother. Aged five, my family and I moved to a little wooden mill house in Tokoroa, New Zealand.