City of London police said 2016 was a record year for the number of reported victims and the estimated amount of money lost.
“Aberdeenshire business owner wins presidential election.”
The government has given the money to Hackney, where the average house price is over £500,000, to provide help to first-time buyers. A local MP called the amount “laughable”.
Almost 4,000 prisoners in England and Wales have indeterminate sentences and don’t know when, or if, they will be released. BuzzFeed News speaks to three women who are fighting for their loved ones to come home.
Abdul-Hakim Belhaj’s claim that the government and MI6 played a role in his kidnapping and rendition to Libya in 2004 should be put before judges, the Supreme Court has ruled.
Faith Spear had her role as an independent observer terminated after she wrote an article under a pseudonym making the case for reform in crisis-hit prisons.
The former Watford, Lincoln, Aston Villa, and England manager died on Thursday after a suspected heart attack.
The officer was filmed telling DMO Deejay “this isn’t racist, this is a fact: Predominantly the people who do it [crime] are black people”.
The football tournament will be extended from 32 teams to 48 from 2026, partly due to the rising influence of emerging nations within FIFA, the game’s ruling body.
Patricia Lynch QC went viral for her robust comments in August 2016.
Is there anything more British than someone joining a 500-metre-long bus queue?
The woman realised she had been a victim after the trial of the gang who carried out the theft.
Jenny Swift was found dead in her cell at all-male HMP Doncaster on 30 December, days before a new government policy came in to place trans prisoners in appropriate jails.
Friends of Nye Frankie Newman have said the 17-year-old freerunner wasn’t “trainsurfing” when he suffered fatal injuries in Paris on New Year’s Eve.
The report, from the United for All Ages think tank, recommended old people’s homes also house children’s centres.
Three people targeted by Joshua Bonehill-Paine, who was recently convicted of racially aggravated harassment, have called for police to gain more expertise and consistency in dealing with online hate crimes.
Police officer Paul Briggs will be allowed to die after a court battle between his family and the NHS.
“Gran with shovel fights giant fox.”
Jim Lea, the former bass player and songwriter with Slade, complained that two BBC programmes said Noddy Holder was the sole author of the band’s most famous song.
Update: 240 prisoners are being transferred out of the prison.