Crime & Court

Tue, 14:25

A councillor admitted housing fraud in the once-troubled Tower Hamlets council in London’s East End when he appeared in court on yesterday.

Detectives are investigating a suspicious death in east London during the night after a man was found dying in the street who they think may have been attacked.

A campaign to arrest the spread of bike thieving in London’s East End has been waged by police in a bid to trace owners when stolen machines are ever recovered.

A second man has been charged with the murder of 26-year-old Russell Brown at the weekend after a party on a housing estate in London’s East End.

A man has been charged with the murder of Russell Brown on the Nelson Gardens housing estate in London’s East End.

A teenage cyclist has been charged following a fatal collision in east London involving a woman pedestrian who later died.

Police investigating the murder of 26-year-old Russell Brown on a housing estate in London’s East End on Saturday have arrested a man.

Police have been combing through a housing complex searching for a murder weapon after a man due to donate an organ to a relative died in hospital in east London from stab wounds.

A man who killed his father and stabbed his two-year-old baby nephew and 11-year-old niece after a family meal at their home in London’s East End has been sentenced to a mental hospital detention order without time limit.

Detectives began a murder investigation today after a man died in hospital from stab wounds in London’s East End.

A gunman posing as a prospective renter to trick his way into flats has been jailed for 15 years for three armed robberies with a shotgun and also for possessing fake firearms.

Mizanur Rahman and Hate preacher Anjem Choudary have both been jailed for five-and-a-half years by the Old Bailey today for drumming up support for Isis.

The mayor of Tower Hamlets whose predecessor Lutfur Rahman (pictured) was banned from office for corruption and fraud has called for a change in the law to protect election petitioners now facing bankruptcy—even after winning their High Court case.

Tricksters are running a scam to get tenants in overcrowded council housing to cough up cash to jump the waiting queue for better properties in London’s deprived East End.

Campaigners who exposed fraud during Tower Hamlets elections which led to disgraced mayor Lutfur Rahman being barred from office are calling for a meeting with London’s police chiefs to find out why no criminal prosecutions have followed.

The last of three thieving conspirators who broke into fire-stations stealing emergency equipment to smuggle abroad for cash has been sentenced today.

Detectives investigating the murder of Luther Edwards on the steps of east London’s York Hall have made a fifth arrest, Scotland Yard has just confirmed.

Islamic preacher Anjem Choudary is facing jail after he was convicted at the Old Bailey of drumming up support for the “Islamic State” along with co-defendant Mohammed Mizanur Rahman.

Detectives investigating a road rage attack in London’s East End have today issued images from CCTV of two men who dragged a minicab driver from his vehicle after a minor prang and beat him unconscious.

A man who enticed a 13-year-old boy for sex back to his Thames riverside apartment near Canary Wharf has been jailed for nearly five years.

Town Hall bosses have ordered park gates to be kept open with padlocks during the day in London’s East End after two small Cavalier cocker spaniels were badly mauled by a mastiff let off its lead by its owner to run loose in an enclosed green space.

A man has been arrested by detectives investigating a murder outside east London’s York Hall, Scotland Yard confirmed tonight.

A post mortem opens at Poplar Mortuary in the morning into the murder of a 31-year-old man stabbed outside east London’s York Hall.

Detectives are appealing for witnesses and information after a murder investigation was launched following a stabbing outside East London’s York Hall last night.

Kamal Samad warned bystanders to “stay away” in his dying moments while he was being murdered by three masked thugs.

The 25-year-old curry delivery driver had been lured into a quiet turning to be killed—because he refused to get involved in a dispute with a rival delivery business.

A man slammed by a Met Police detective as a coward for stabbing a woman while snatching her handbag in a street robbery has been jailed for eight years.

A heart operation on a patient has been beamed live by satellite across the Atlantic in a pioneering training session carried out in London at Barts new cardiac centre.

Preparations are under way for the big Mela procession and festival in London’s East End at the end of the month.

Jim Fitzpatrick’s ticker is just fine — according an examination of his heart valve.

A three-month-old baby boy died on the same day his parents were in court in London’s East End accused of assaulting him.

Wreckers have smashed windows of a curry house in London’s Brick Lane owned by a leading ‘Remain’ campaigner who fears a racist attack.

Two men have been badly injured in street clashes involving up to 20 men in London’s East End in the middle of the night.

The London Assembly today has challenged the government for cash to create desperately-needed new social housing in the capital.

A man has been jailed for nine years for child sex offences and possessing fake identity documents after police traced his online sexual messages and video he sent to a 12-year-old girl and her school friends.

The Forster family have finally won their nine-year battle to save one of London’s oldest taverns dating back to the late Middle Ages from encroachment by 21st century developers.

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