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Topic - Scotland Yard
British tongues are atwitter after Scotland Yard announced over the weekend that police are giving the death of Princess Diana and her car companion Dodi al Fayed a second look, and taking seriously suggestions that the pair was not killed in an accidental crash but rather by special forces sent on a murder mission.
A Christian legal rights group has asked Scotland Yard to inform its police officers that street preachers have free speech rights.
Scotland Yard authorities have taken four teens into custody in connection with a suspicious fire at an Islamic boarding school in the London suburb of Chislehurst that forced the evacuation of 128 students and staffers.
The grisly street killing of British soldier Lee Rigby that was captured on video — and contained graphic images of one knife-wielding suspect with bloodied hands — was a hoax perpetrated by the government, a Muslim student group said.
Police have arrested six journalists, the latest in a lengthy investigation into phone hacking charges that rocked Rupert Murdoch's now-closed News of the World newspaper empire.
Police used a stun gun to arrest a man armed with knives outside Buckingham Palace on Sunday as throngs of tourists gathered to watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony there.
Police used a stun gun to arrest a man armed with knives outside Buckingham Palace on Sunday, as throngs of tourists gathered to watch the Changing of the Guard ceremony there.
The result of an autopsy on the nurse involved in a prank call for information about the former Kate Middleton's hospital stay will be revealed Thursday, London police said.
British police on Monday arrested another suspect in the sex abuse probe spurred by allegations against the late BBC entertainer Jimmy Savile.
British police on Monday arrested another suspect in the sex-abuse probe spurred by allegations against the late BBC entertainer Jimmy Savile.
A nurse found dead days after she took a crank call about the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge was originally from India, British police said Saturday, as details began to trickle out about the woman whose death has sparked anger at the Australian radio DJs behind the hoax.
The British hospital that fell victim to a prank call from two Australian DJs asking questions about the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge condemned the hoax on Saturday, ratcheting up the pressure on their radio station a day after the nurse who took the call was found dead.
The British hospital that fell victim to a prank call from two Australian DJs asking questions about the pregnant Duchess of Cambridge condemned the hoax on Saturday, as the radio station behind the prank tried to defend itself against rising anger a day after the nurse who took the call was found dead.
The child abuse scandal consuming the legacy of the late entertainer Jimmy Savile netted its second celebrity arrest Thursday as police swooped in on British comedian Freddie Starr, media reported. Executors of Savile's estate also said they were freezing his assets, clearing the way for a host of potential lawsuits.