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  • Plebgate: Officer boasted of 'toppling government'

    May 20, 2014 6:17 PM 3

    Andrew Mitchell has claimed one of the police officers involved in the "plebgate" affair boasted that he could "topple the Tory government". In a letter written to Met Police Commissioner, the former minister calls for all of the evidence the force holds on the incident to be published. Mr Mitchell resigned after he had a row with police officers who would

  • Police Hunt Pair On Run From Open Prison

    May 20, 2014 3:59 PM 7

    A man convicted of a knife robbery is one of two inmates to go on the run in the latest of a series of escapes from open prisons. An armed robber has absconded from an open prison in Doncaster along with another inmate. Police are warning the public not to approach Damien Burns or Dean Jackson, who went missing from Hatfield Prison on Monday evening

  • Homes Raided After Brit Teen Killed In Syria

    May 20, 2014 3:22 PM 25

    Abdullah Deghayes, whose uncle was a detainee at Guantanamo Bay, died fighting alongside his brother. The family home of a British teenager killed fighting in Syria is one of four houses searched by counter-terrorism police investigating his death. Abdullah Deghayes, whose uncle was a detainee at Guantanamo Bay, died in the war-hit country last month

  • Miliband red-faced over Swindon Council radio gaffe (From This Is Wiltshire)

    May 20, 2014 2:30 PM 11

    LABOUR leader Ed Miliband got caught out in a regional radio interview when he was unable to identify his party's leader on the local borough council and appeared not to know the authority was Conservative-led. Mr Miliband was ambushed on BBC Wiltshire when presenter Ben Prater asked him what he thought of Jim Grant, without explaining who Cllr Grant

  • Abu Hamza guilty verdict 'justified', says kidnap victim

    May 20, 2014 2:30 PM 2

    20 May 2014 Last updated at 12:29 BST A victim of a 1998 kidnap in Yemen says that the verdict by a New York court to find Abu Hamza al-Masri guilty of supporting terrorism has justified his claims that the abduction was instigated by the radical Muslim cleric. Laurence Whitehouse's wife was killed when they were kidnapped by an Abu Hamza-led group and used as human

  • Plea to jurors at NOTW hacking trial

    May 20, 2014 2:05 PM 1

    In his closing speech, the former News International chief executive's lawyer Jonathan Laidlaw QC made a plea for them to "focus on the evidence" alone. He invited the jury to imagine viewing the trial as a loved one in the public gallery. "From your position as a loved one you will be all too painfully aware the case has been heard against the backdrop

  • Ukip Condemned For 'Shameful and Offensive' WWI Graves Leaflet Campaign

    May 20, 2014 12:52 PM 6

    Ukip have been criticised for their "shameful" party leaflet which uses the graves of World War I servicemen to attack immigration. The election poster, distributed in Devon, shows a photograph of British war graves in France along with the caption: "They fought and died to keep Britain free from foreign invasion and control by foreign powers

  • Nigel Farage should be prosecuted, says Tommy Tomescu

    May 20, 2014 12:31 PM 7

    20 May 2014 Last updated at 13:28 BST A Romanian dentist standing in Thursday's European elections said Nigel Farage should be prosecuted for comments about his fellow countrymen. Tommy Tomescu said he decided to run to be a MEP for the Europeans Party in the London constituency, because of attacks on Romanians, Poles, Bulgarian, Slovaks and other east Europeans

  • Syria conflict: First Briton convicted of terrorist offences

    May 20, 2014 11:53 AM 6

    A 31-year-old man from Portsmouth has become the first person in the UK to be convicted of terrorist offences in connection with the conflict in Syria. Father-of-two Mashudur Choudhury was convicted of engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist acts. The court heard he had travelled to Syria to attend a terrorist training camp. He was arrested at Gatwick

  • In pictures: Thailand comes under martial law

    May 20, 2014 11:51 AM 1

    The surprise announcement of martial law in Thailand came before dawn - the military said it was necessary to keep the country stable after six months of unrest. The move effectively places the army in charge of public security across the country. Senior soldiers insist however that their actions do not amount to a coup. Armed troops entered numerous