2 hrs ago | CNews
Britain's security services faced questions on Friday over whether they could have done more to prevent the murder of a soldier hacked to death in a busy London street after it emerged that his suspected killers were known to intelligence officers.
4 hrs ago | Swindon Advertiser
Londoner Christopher Simmonds, 28, was convicted of manslaughter following a six-week trial at Bristol Crown Court, while Zacharious Clayton, 19, Kendel Joseph, 19, and 18-year-old Eurico Tavares were each acquitted of a charge of murder.
6 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk
Michael Adebolajo was transformed in just a few years from a friendly and polite schoolboy into the hate-filled terrorist who butchered soldier Lee Rigby .
Footage showing two men with machetes and meat cleavers following the attack. Pictured left, mother of two Ingrid Loyau-Kennett confronts one of the men and tells him: "It is only you versus many and you are going to lose." A man seen with bloody hands wielding a butcher's knife after the killing of a British soldier on the streets of London was ... (more)
Just before 11am the iron-shod skies over Woolwich - and the unseasonable chill in the air - finally combined to produce a blast of hail, followed by driving rain.
Strapping his baby into a car seat, Abu Khaled said it was unfortunate that a British soldier was hacked to death in an apparent Islamist attack a day earlier in London, but it was not the only misfortune on his mind.
People gather outside the Royal Artillery barracks in Woolwich, close to the scene where Lee Rigby was killed on Wednesday.
Two men accused of butchering a British soldier had been investigated previously by security services, a British official said Thursday, as investigators searched several locations and tried to determine whether the men were part of a wider plot to instill terror on the streets of London.
A NEW restaurant is coming to Basildon town centre as part of long-term plans to boost the town's late-night economy.
It was only the object - along with its owners James and Emily Bowers and their grandson Douglas - to survive when the family's farmhouse on the Marks Hall estate in Coggeshall was flattened by a German doodlebug.
A SCRAP metal dealer has vowed to cooperate with police after his home was searched as part of a crackdown on the selling and dealing of scrap metal.
David Mann had taught Lynette Bowers-Flint at economics in her fourth and fifth year at Alec Hunter School, where he taught for 23 years.
One of "the great masterpieces of British art" has been saved for the nation in a deal that will see it go on show across the country.
Assistant Commissioner Simon Byrne has defended the response times of police, saying officers were dispatched within five minutes and the situation was dealt with in 14 minutes.
The attack in Woolwich was horrific, the actions of local people in response and the head-teacher and staff at the school are a reflection of the values and strength of our community.
Dr Sheikh Hojjat Ramzy, director of the Oxford Islamic Information Centre, said he wanted to express his "utter condemnation and disgust" at the attack.
Merton residents can take advantage of Walk England and Transport for London's Spring into Summer weekend offering 35 free walks with an expert guide to help Londoners discover the wealth of hidden gems across the capital.