Warship’s Drugs Bust After High Speed Chase

A Royal Navy crew describe an intense couple of hours of “trying to out-think and out-manoeuvre” suspected drug smugglers.

Dewani Bid To Discharge Case To Be Heard

A judge is set to decide on a defence application to throw out the case against the businessman without further evidence.

Police Recruit Public For Counter-Terror Fight

Anti-terror officers say they cannot alone combat the threat of terror – but need the help of the public to keep the country safe.

Band Aid 30 Single At Number One In Charts

The song’s success means it is the fourth time a version of “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” has topped the UK charts.

Nicole Kidman ‘Always Happy To Play Bad Girl’

The Hollywood actress stars as a sinister taxidermist in the Paddington Bear movie which has premiered in London.

Charing Cross Station Evacuated After Fire

Police said the busy station was evacuated after the fire, which they believe was caused by an electrical fault.

Private Schools ‘Charge Too Much’ For Rich Brits

A school head says an “endless queue” of rich foreign families are pushing fees beyond the reach of even lawyers and accountants.

Emotional Abuse To Be Made A Criminal Offence

A person convicted of “coercive control” could face a 14-year prison sentence under a shake-up of domestic abuse laws.

Taxi Apps Price War Sees Fares Slashed

The journey back from Christmas parties could be cheaper this year as apps battle for passengers’ business.

MI5 Spared Major Criticism Over Rigby Killing

A “substantial” report to Parliament will focus on what happened after MI5 tried to recruit Michael Adebolajo as an informant.

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