2013

Richard III’s skeleton found in Leicester car park

By Laura Moulden A skeleton found underneath a car park in Leicester has been ...

Osborne to announce bank break-up proposals

By Gerald Heneghan George Osborne is set to warn banks that they risk having ...

Airports Commission announces consultation on UK airport capacity

By Lauren Grice The Airports Commission has published two documents that mark the beginning ...

Plebgate investigation sees second officer arrested

By Laura Moulden A second police officer has been arrested on suspicion of leaking ...

Two arrested in Blackpool Murder probe

By Gerald Heneghan Blackpool Police have made two arrests in connection to the murder ...

Aamir Siddiqi trial sees blundering hitmen convicted

By Laura Moulden Two hitmen found guilty of stabbing Aamir Siddiqi to death at ...

April Casburn jailed over phone hacking media leak

By Gerald Heneghan Detective Chief Inspector April Casburn has been jailed for 15 months ...

UK prime minister David Cameron

Cameron visits Liberia to co-chair UN meeting

By Lauren Grice David Cameron is set to co-chair a United Nations (UN) meeting ...

COPPERS IN COURT OVER CHOPPER MISUSE

IPCC ‘woefully under-equipped’

By Laura Moulden The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) is unable to cope with ...

Argentina pulls out of Falklands talks

By Gerald Heneghan Argentina has declined an offer to meet representatives of the Falklands ...

Cameron pledges support for Libya

By Lauren Grice David Cameron has pledged British assistance for the Libyan police and ...

FSA reveals scale of interest rate swap scandal

By Laura Moulden The Financial Services Authority (FSA) has revealed the scale of the ...

Council tax rise to hit ‘millions of low-income households’

By Gerald Heneghan Council tax rises are set to hit millions of low-income households ...

Polish ‘is England’s second language’

By Lauren Grice Polish is now the second language of England and Wales, new ...

Tesco horsemeat scandal: Supplier dropped over ‘breach of trust’

By Laura Moulden Tesco has dropped supplier Silvercrest Foods over the scandal that saw ...

VIOLENT YOB PUNCHED A HELPLESS MAN ELEVEN TIMES

UK Police face radical recruitment shake-up

By Gerald Heneghan Police in England and Wales are facing the possibility of a ...

Briton arrested over murder of jogger in Nimes

By Lauren Grice A British man has been arrested by French police in connection ...

Bali drugs case sees Briton jailed for six years

By Laura Moulden A British man has been jailed for six years for possession ...

Nursery ratios set to rise under new childcare reforms

By Gerald Heneghan Nurseries and childminders in England will be permitted to look after ...

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