May 25 2013 Latest news:
The family of Drummer Lee Rigby, killed in the brutal attack in Woolwich this week, spoke today about how he was a “devoted father” and a “hero”, and how their “hearts have been ripped apart”.
Soldier Lee Rigby, who was killed in a brutal attack in Woolwich, has been formally identified but the cause of his death was not confirmed by a post-mortem examination, police said today.
Tottenham player Andros Townsend has been charged with allegedly breaching betting regulations by the Football Association and today withdrew himself from England’s squad for the European Under-21 Championship.
Sleeping bags and food parcels donated by kind members of the public were taken from a group of homeless people by police officers.
A Book of Condolence has been opened today in Woolwich Town Hall so people who live, work and study in the Royal Borough of Greenwich can express their condolences following the death of Drummer Lee Rigby in a brutal attack this week.
Allegations that London’s deputy mayor for policing conspired with council officials to commit misconduct in public office will not be investigated by the independent police watchdog, it was announced today.
A female flight attendant has been charged following the seizure at Heathrow Airport of a stash of cocaine worth around £600,000.
A former Met Commissioner has said the public need to know whether the security services are operating properly following the Woolwich killing, as reports found the two attackers were known to MI5.
Police have released CCTV images and are trying to trace five people after a woman was racially abused on a train in east London.
Thousands of members of a Muslim community will condemn the barbaric murder of Drummer Lee Rigby when they congregate today for Friday Prayers.
Dramatic footage showing the two Woolwich killers charging at police before being gunned down has emerged as the second man of the pair is named.