Jonathon Hogg, a barrister from London, was bitten by a spider while on a once-in-a-lifetime trip. He narrowly avoided losing his leg and could have died. BuzzFeed News hears his story. Warning: This post contains a very graphic image of the injury.
A British boy who helped plan a terrorist attack in Australia when aged just 14 has been sentenced to life in prison and must serve a minimum of five years.
It seems Party Cannon did not get the memo.
A new law change has made it illegal for landlords to evict tenants in privately rented accommodation who ask for improvements to their homes.
Barrister Jonathan Hogg was told he could have died after a spider bite caused his leg to swell, turn black, and burst open. Warning: This post contains graphic images, and spiders.
Nigel Allcoat, who resigned over the matter, said handing the money to a man who couldn’t legally earn money was a “humanitarian act”.
More than 20 police officers dealt with the case as hospitals in Stoke-on-Trent, Bradford, Manchester, and London refused to admit him.
The former News of the World investigative journalist is accused of misleading a criminal trial last year.
Let’s just say it’s Danni 1, Bradley 0.
Is that a moon, or a smudge on your camera lens?
It’s a love triangle loosely related to meerkats, monkeys, and llamas. Update: Caroline Westlake was convicted of assault and will be sentenced in Ocotber.
Liam Lyburd, from Newcastle, was today sentenced to life in prison for buying a gun, gas canisters, and pipe bomb materials from the Dark Web with intent to shoot students at his former college. BuzzFeed News follows the trail and asks whether someone in future might succeed where he failed.
Liam Lyburd, from Newcastle, used the dark net to buy a gun and explosives that he planned to kill students at his former college. Read BuzzFeed News’ in-depth investigation into this case here.
And yes, there are some pigs involved.
Pigs are in the news again.
Joshua Williams will serve at least 21 years for stabbing to death Alan Cartwright, 15, in north London in February.
It’s got a lot to do with Banksy’s Dismaland.
There are now 30 active investigations into allegations that police officers covered up suspected child abuse carried out by MPs and public officials from 1970 to 2005.
At the most eagerly anticipated PMQs for years, we also learned that Corby is the birthplace of the DVD case.