A 19-year-old who was once referred to the Government’s anti extremism programmes has been found guilty of murdering two sisters – as part of a Satanic pact to win a lottery jackpot.
The last images of two sisters celebrating in a country park before becoming the victims of a relentless and frenzied attack have been shown at the Old Bailey.
A teenager accused of murdering two sisters in a north-west London park last June had promised to sacrifice women in order to win the lottery, the Old Bailey has heard. Nineteen-year-old Danyal Hussein pleaded not guilty to repeatedly stabbing Nicole Smallman and Bibaa Henry. The jury heard that a document setting out an “agreement” between…
We start with a harrowing case of violence by a police officer towards a vulnerable teenage girl.
A Metropolitan Police officer has been sacked after using what was described as “shocking” and “disproportionate” force against a vulnerable teenage girl.
It’s more than 40 years since Blair Peach died after he was hit by police officers during an anti-racism protest in west London.
An inquest jury has found serious failings by police and ambulance staff led to the death of Leon Briggs in 2013.
Harrowing police custody footage has been played to an inquest into the death of a 39-year-old father in 2013.
CCTV footage of the hours leading up to death of a man in police custody has been shown in public for the first time in seven years.
A man who grew up not knowing that his father was actually an undercover policeman, spying on his mother, has received substantial damages for the emotional trauma it’s caused.
The three teenagers who killed PC Andrew Harper have been jailed for a total of 42 years.
It’s estimated there are more than a million living in the UK under certain immigration conditions that give them no rights to benefits, a status known as ‘no recourse to public funds’.
Channel 4 News has learned that export licences for riot equipment to the US are being reassessed after violent clashes during Black Lives Matter protests.
Police forces in England and Wales are to replace controversial consent forms for rape complainants referred to as “digital strip searches”.
The UK’s most senior police officer Dame Cressida Dick was hailing a major success today – after a European investigation team cracked the encryption of a mobile phone messaging service used by tens of thousands of organised criminals.