A "predatory" paedophile who kept a "sickening" and detailed account of his abuse admitted a string of offences including 10 counts of rape.Read the full story ›
DJ Neil 'Dr' Fox has pleaded not guilty to nine sex offences against six people, including three girls under the age of 16.
The 53-year-old, from Fulham, London, faces seven counts of indecent assault and two of sexual assault dating back to 1991.
The Magic FM presenter - who has been suspended since his first arrest in November - appeared at Westminster Magistrates Court to enter his plea.
The six complainants were aged between 14 and 36 at the time of the alleged attacks.
Fox is accused of indecently assaulting the young girls between 1991 and 1996, with one assault claimed to have taken place at Chessington World of Adventures.
The other attacks are alleged to have taken place between 2003 and last year.
Fox was granted bail until the next hearing on April 30.
Police were forced to smash the windows of a car to save a baby trapped on the hottest day of the year so far.Read the full story ›
Update from police: Evelin has now been found safe and well
A missing schoolgirl was caught on CCTV with a mystery man one hour after she went missing from her home in London, police have revealed.
Twelve-year-old Evelin Mezei was spotted by a security camera in Romford Road, Stratford, at 10.30pm last night near her home in Grove Crescent Road - an hour after her mother last saw her.
Hungarian national Evelin came to the UK six months ago and police say she has never gone missing before.
Scotland Yard has urged the man - or anyone who knows him - to come forward to help with the search for Evelin.
At this stage we have no evidence to suggest that Evelin has come to any harm but she is a young girl, new to this country and clearly vulnerable.
We urgently need to find her and, at this time, this man is the last person we know who has had contact with Evelin.
Evelin is white, with a large build. She was wearing a red jacket and black leggings with white stars on, and was carrying a black and red schoolbag.
A Ukip candidate believes he may have lost valuables in the Hatton Garden raid in London.Read the full story ›
Police have released CCTV images of a van and three suspects wanted in connection with the Hatton Garden Safety Deposit raid in London.Read the full story ›
Police are examining CCTV footage apparently showing a gang of robber pulling off the Hatton Garden gems raid over the Easter weekend.
Images published by the Daily Mirror show at least six men reportedly arriving at the Hatton Garden Safe Deposit company's building on Thursday night.
A Scotland Yard spokesman insisted officers were already aware of the footage, along with images captured by other security cameras, before it was published by the paper.
The force has also "not made any links" between the raid and an underground fire in London's Holborn area days earlier which caused widespread power outages and road closures, the spokesman added.
The footage, obtained by The Mirror, shows at least six men dressed in blue overhauls carrying out the robbery over the Easter weekend.Read the full story ›
The family of a Syrian preacher whose murder is being investigated by counter-terrorism police have described him as a "peaceful man in a violent world".
Syrian-born British national Abdulhadi Arwani, 48, from west London, was discovered dead with gunshot wounds in a parked car on Tuesday in Wembley.
A family statement said the father-of-six, who was a fierce critic of the Assad regime, "showed so much love to his congregation and to his community as an Imam and a loving father" and was a "British citizen who loved the people of his country".
His son Murhaf Arwani said the family had received hundreds of messages "from individuals testifying to how (Abdulhadi Arwani) had helped them personally".
My father was actively involved in the fight against extremism, campaigning for peace and advocating the importance of democracy and freedom. He loved the idea of freedom for all, regardless of religion, race and background.
He spoke up and out against the crime of terror and oppression wherever he found it. He was an advocate of peace for all and he showed us this in the way he lived his life from day to day.
The Arwani family said they and the local community were "helping the police to solve this heinous crime" and urged anyone with information to contact counter-terrorism detectives.
Detectives investigating the £200 million raid on Hatton Garden Safe Deposit Ltd in London have said 72 boxes were opened during the audacious Easter weekend theft.
A Met Police spokesperson said officers are looking to contact 56 owners of the deposit boxes, as five of the opened boxes were vacant and 11 were due to be drilled out for non-payment of fees.