Image copyright MET POLICE Image caption John Worboys was jailed in 2009 for a string of sex attacks on women in his taxi “Black cab rapist” John Worboys has admitted attacks on four more women. The 62-year-old taxi driver was jailed in 2009 for a string of sex assaults on 12 victims in London. He…

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Peel said she had been involved with the Serpentine Galleries for 15 years Yana Peel, the CEO of the Serpentine Galleries in London, has resigned from her role after three years in the job. Peel said her decision came “in light of a concerted lobbying campaign against my husband’s…

Image copyright Met Police Image caption Joseph McCann was wanted over attacks across the country A man arrested over the abduction and rape of three women in and around London is being investigated for other attacks involving nine further victims. Joseph McCann, 34, was arrested in Congleton, Cheshire, after two girls, aged 14, were abducted…

Image copyright Google Image caption The victims, both in their 20s, managed to escape their captor following a struggle in Osborne Road, Watford Detectives investigating the rape of two women who were abducted and attacked are looking for a white man with a bald head or shaved blonde hair. The first victim was abducted in…

Image copyright Google Image caption The victims, both in their 20s, managed to escape their captor following a struggle in Osborne Road, Watford Two women were dragged into a car and raped after being “randomly selected” by the same attacker, police have said. The first victim was abducted from a street in Chingford, north London,…

Image caption Anita Nicholson and her son Alex, 14, and daughter Annabel, 11, died in the Shangri-La hotel bombing A British husband has paid tribute to his “wonderful” wife and their two “amazing” children who were among the 310 victims of a wave of bombings in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday. Ben Nicholson survived the…

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Experts at Cardiff University said the rise of ‘high harm’ crimes amid falling overall violence was ‘difficult to explain’ Overall levels of violence in England and Wales are on the decline, in spite of an increase in knife crime, a study of A&E data suggests. Analysis by Cardiff University…