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

Search ends for missing crew member

A search for a crew member missing after a tug capsized and sank on the River Thames in London was called off tonight as marine accident experts began an investigation into the accident.

Leading article: Britain has experienced its Katrina moment

At the weekend the levees burst and we have been witnessing the ugly results

Nigel Morris: Cameron's response raises doubts over his competence

The pictures of blazing buildings in Tottenham, Hackney, Croydon and Ealing look likely to become the defining images of David Cameron's early days in Downing Street.

Murderer guilty of two more deaths

A murderer serving life for bludgeoning a pensioner to death in 1994 committed two other brutal killings in the same year, a jury has ruled.

Family guilty of neglecting toddler before pond drowning

The mother, father and grandmother of a toddler who died after drowning in a garden pond pleaded guilty to child neglect yesterday.

Man guilty of trafficking girls in witchcraft trial

A man who trafficked two girls in and out of the UK for sexual abuse was jailed for 20 years yesterday. The girls alleged they were controlled by witchcraft.

Ex-gangster Dave Courtney's stepson shot dead

The stepson of the well-known gangland author, Dave Courtney, has been shot dead in a car.

Gangland author Dave Courtney's stepson shot dead

The stepson of gangland celebrity author Dave Courtney has been shot dead in a car.

Men deny murder of Stephen Lawrence

Two men appeared at the Old Bailey today to deny the murder of black teenager Stephen Lawrence 18 years ago.

Arsenal reveal 125th anniversary away kit

The Gunners have revealed their new away kit, available to pre-order today, which captures the history of Arsenal Football Club. The new away shirt features a specially designed crest to highlight the proud origins of the Club 125 years ago.

Looking for cheap accommodation in London? Try camping in a stranger's garden...

If you need somewhere to stay while tackling the 78-mile Capital Ring long-distance footpath, Campinmygarden.com might have the answer.

Boy aged 14 charged with woman's murder

A 14-year-old boy has been remanded in custody charged with the murder of a woman who was found dead after a fire at her home.

Fugitive convicted of man's murder

A fugitive murderer was convicted today of killing a young father in front of his children - then fleeing to the "Costa del Crime".

'Night Stalker' given life for multiple sex attacks

The burglar and serial sex attacker known as the Night Stalker was jailed for life yesterday after carrying out a 17-year reign of terror.

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