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The Dow Jones Industrial Average plunged more than 600 points in a matter of minutes during the “flash crash”. Photograph: Andrew Burton/Getty Images

Navinder Sarao, the London-based trader accused by the United States of market manipulation that contributed to the 2010 Wall Street “flash crash”, is(...)

Thames House in Millbank, London. The headquarters of MI5 since December 1994.

A legal bid by IRA informer Martin McGartland, who claims that British intelligence agency MI5 failed to properly protect him after he was exposed, mu(...)

British police have condemned people stuck in traffic who taunted a distressed woman as negotiators tried to save her life by talking her down from a bridge

British police have condemned people stuck in traffic who taunted a distressed woman as negotiators tried to save her life by talking her down from a (...)

Grenadier Guards are due to take part in the Armed Forces Day on Saturday. Photograph:  Getty

British police have encouraged the public to attend events as normal after it was reported that an Armed Forces Day parade had been targeted by Islami(...)

Solicitor Balaal Khan (left) with Akhtar Iqbal, the husband of Sugra Dawoodman, Mohammed Shoaib, the husband of Khadija Bibi Dawood, and a family friend during a news conference in Bradford on Tuesday. Photograph: Reuters/Andrew Yates

Relatives of three sisters and nine children feared to have travelled to Syria have complained they are receiving no help from the British police, lea(...)

Undated photographs of  Zohra Dawood (left) with her children Nurah Binte Zubair (centre) and Haafiyah Binte Zubair (right) who are believed to have travelled to Syria. Photograph: Khan Solicitors/PA

British police said on Tuesday they were hunting for three sisters and their nine children whose family fear they may have travelled to Syria to join(...)

The Monk from the Beit Collection, which was granted an export licence and shipped to London, but apparently rejected by Christie’s auctioneers.

Doubts have been expressed about the authenticity of one of the three paintings by Rubens from the Alfred Beit Collection at Russborough House. In Ma(...)

An injured person is treated on the Lansdowne Road pitch after violence broke out during the match at Lansdowne Road. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times.

Some of us who were caught up in the Lansdowne Road riots of 20 years ago feel lucky to have escaped from it unscathed. It was an unconscionable brea(...)

 English fans chant in Lansdowne Road during the abandoned international from February 1995. Photograph: Inpho/Lorraine O’Sullivan

Thirteen hundred English football fans have been banned by the British authorities from travelling to Dublin for next month’s international match agai(...)

Albert “Ginger” Baker, a British army soldier who had allegedly gone absent without leave to join the Ulster Defence Association, gave himself up to police in Wiltshire. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA Wire

MARK HENNESSY London Editor Eugene Heenan was better known as Paddy to his friends. On February 1st, 1973, he and 14 other men were travelling to wor(...)

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