Lee Embley jailed for calmly fired a gun into a crowded Birmingham pub before being arrested by firearms officers in high speed pursuit.
A quarter of all property owned by overseas companies in England and Wales is held by companies registered in the British Virgin Islands, according to new research.
A man who filmed his neighbours having sex and uploaded the videos to a porn site has been jailed and faces deportation.
Three people have been stabbed after a fight broke out during a funeral in Co Armagh, Northern Ireland. None are believed to be in a life-threatening condition.
Whistleblower Helen Evans says volunteers were not vetted for criminal records after Penny Lawrence resigns.
Former youth coach guilty of multiple sex offences against boys in case which sparked investigation into abuse allegations in football.
A drugs gang who kidnapped and tortured a teen for £5,000 they claim he owed them were sentenced to more than 40 years in jail.
Judge throws out latest appeal from WikiLeaks founder holed up inside Ecuadorian Embassy to have UK arrest warrant for jumping bail dropped.
The Metropolitan Police are investigating an "incident" inside the House of Parliament in Westminster on 13 February. Sources suggest they are dealing with a suspicious package.
Flight Lieutenant Timothy Barry was living with Sarah Seddon when the alleged incident took place at their home near RAF Benson in Oxfordshire
British navy to send warship to South China Sea and challenge Beijing's claim to disputed international waters - a move likely to anger China.
The Oxfam revelations are far more disturbing than the reports of boorish behaviour by businessmen at The Presidents Club dinner.
President Jovenel Moise condemns charity over claims staff paid for prostitutes while delivering aid following earthquake.
Colin Jones, who has served with the London Fire Brigade for 28 years, faces being forced to move abroad as his wife Elizabeth Madrid has been refused a UK visa.
Commonwealth leaders are gathering in London where they will begin secret discussions as to who will succeed Queen Elizabeth II as head of the organisation.
Ekaterina Andreeva, who was performing at a nightclub in Giza, north-western Egypt, was taken off stage by the police for "inciting young people to disobedience and immorality".
A bomb that caused widespread travel disruption in east London will be dragged up the Thames to Shoeburyness, Essex.