March 10 2014 Latest news:
A man pretended to be a railway worker and convinced depot staff to give him metal plates worth £3,000, and even got them to use a forklift truck to help him steal them.
A woman was followed into Shoreditch Park and attacked from behind by a knife-wielding stranger.
A 60-year-old Sikh man stabbed a drinker in the street with his ceremonial sword, a court has heard.
Police have launched a renewed appeal one week after the brutal murder of two young men stabbed to death in a car in Leytonstone, east London.
Chelsea have promised to take the strongest possible action and press for criminal convictions if anyone engages in anti-Semitic behaviour during Saturday’s Premier League clash with Tottenham.
A lorry driver who killed a 60-year-old cyclist has escaped jail.
Charges have been dropped against three football fans who were facing prosecution for using the word “Yid”.
A ‘selfish and violent criminal’ fled from police in a 100mph chase in north London while high on cocaine before crashing and killing two friends in the car with him.
A bungling armed robber who tried to hold up a bookies with a sawn-off shotgun hidden in an umbrella failed to make off with any cash and was caught by police after he took his balaclava off before he had even got to his bicycle to escape.
A judge-led public inquiry into the work of undercover police officers is to be launched following the “profoundly shocking” findings of a review into corruption in the original Stephen Lawrence murder investigation, the home secretary Theresa May has said.