Two brothers have been jailed at the Old Bailey after admitting to conspiring to attend a terror training camp in Syria. Mohommod Nawaz, 30, and Hamza Nawaz, 24, were jailed for four-and-a-half years and three years respectively.
Hundreds of protesters have gathered outside the US Embassy in London to voice their disgust at a grand jury decision not to prosecute the police officer who shot an unarmed black teenager dead in the US.
Michael Brown was killed by officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Missouri, who will now face no criminal charges.
More than 1,000 demonstrators chanted "jail racist cops" and "killer police off our streets", holding placards reading “Black lives matter”.
The aunt of Mark Duggan, the black teen shot and killed by police in London, sparking nationwide riots, was also there.
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The Serious Fraud Office has reportedly confirmed it is actively seeking evidence related to Fifa's World Cup corruption probe and is inviting whistleblowers to come forward.
According to letters seen by The Daily Telegraph, the SFO said it was pursuing "every reasonable line of inquiry" to decide whether it can open an investigation into the allegations of unlawful conduct during the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 tournaments.
Fifa, which faced worldwide criticism for its handling of an inquiry into the bids, last week announced it has lodged a criminal complaint with the Swiss attorney general regarding "possible misconduct of individual persons" in connection with the bids.
Regarding the potential for a Serious Fraud Office inquiry, a spokesperson confirmed to ITV News:
Business Secretary Vince Cable has accused the boss of Royal Mail of "scaremongering" in claiming the universal post service is under threat.
Chief executive Moya Greene has warned that the high cost of the service, which ensures a same-price delivery for letters anywhere in the UK, six days a week, is not sustainable in the face of competition in high-density, low-cost areas.
ITV News business editor Joel Hills reports:
One of the victims of a doctor who secretly filmed more than 1,000 of his patients has said the experience left her "anxious" around male healthcare workers.
Anna Richardson was among hundreds of people caught by a network of tiny cameras installed by Dr Lam Hoe Yeoh, not only at St Anthony's Hospital in North Cheam, South London, but medical premises and train toilets across the UK.
She told ITV News she saw Yeoh in 2010 for a serious ear infection and found him "extremely charming" - but then, six weeks ago, the Metropolitan Police contacted her to say they believed she was among his victims.