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Islamic State fanatic to be sentenced for spreading terrorist propaganda
A young Islamic State fanatic who filmed himself mocking "baby butchers of the Muslims" as he drove past a British Army barracks is facing jail for spreading terrorist propaganda.
Hussain will be sentenced at Kingston Crown Court
The three men will appear via video link at the Old Bailey
Trio due in court accused of being part of neo-Nazi group
Three alleged neo-Nazis, including two British soldiers, will appear before the Old Bailey later.
Mohiussunnath Chowdhury is accused of preparing terrorist acts
Uber driver 'caught with large sword near Buckingham Palace' to face court
A self-employed Uber driver allegedly caught carrying a large sword near Buckingham Palace will appear before the Old Bailey later.
Police have made a sixth arrest over the Parsons Green attack
Police make sixth arrest in Parsons Green bombing probe
A teenager has been arrested by detectives investigating the Parsons Green terrorist attack, bringing the number of people being held to six.
Jamil Ahmed Mukadam was arrested when he returned to the oil-rich emirate.
Briton held in Dubai jail for road row finger gesture
A British IT worker says he faces a possible six-month term in a Dubai prison for sticking his middle finger up at another driver during a road row.
A man has been charged after a police officer was attacked and left in a critical condition
Man charged over 'shocking' attack on police officer
A man has been charged with a string of offences after a "shocking" attack which left a police officer in a critical condition in hospital.
MP Johnny Mercer has called the potential fresh investigation 'insanity'
Three British soldiers 'could face further probe' over death of Iraqi civilian
Soldiers investigated in relation to the death of an Iraqi civilian more than a decade ago could face a further probe, it has been reported.
The recommendations are contained within a report which considers how a different approach could have prevented the death of former public schoolboy James Herbert
Police should use special techniques on people who may be mentally ill, IPCC say
Police officers should not restrain people suspected of suffering from mental health problems, the police watchdog has said.
The data examined records of which peers spoke in the chamber
115 peers claim £1.3m 'despite not speaking in House of Lords for a year'
Campaigners have criticised "couch potato peers" after new research suggested more than 100 claimed almost £1.3 million despite not speaking in the House of Lords for a year.
The judge made his ruling following a hearing at the Court of Protection
Judge's decision in life-support treatment case was 'landmark' ruling
A judge in a specialist court has made a landmark decision which will have implications for relatives of terminally ill people, lawyers say.
A new BMA report into pre-and post-graduate recruitment of doctors has highlighted a number of concerns
BMA warn of workforce 'crisis' as fewer people choosing to be doctors in NHS
Patient care in the NHS could suffer because of a workforce "crisis" among doctors, leading medics have warned.
Prime Minister Theresa May meets US president Donald Trump for talks at the Lotte Palace Hotel
PM presses Donald Trump over Bombardier aerospace jobs
Prime Minister Theresa May has lobbied Donald Trump over the importance of preserving jobs at aerospace giant Bombardier in Northern Ireland, as the pair met for talks in New York.
Charlie Alliston was jailed after being found guilty of causing bodily harm by "wanton and furious driving"
Widower of woman killed by bike courier welcomes plans for new cycling offence
The widower of a mother-of-two who was knocked over and killed by a bicycle courier has "fully welcomed" the announcement ministers are considering a new offence of causing death by careless or dangerous cycling.
The Prime Minister will chair a special Cabinet meeting after returning from New York
Theresa May to brief her top team on Brexit plans
Theresa May will brief senior ministers on her plans for Brexit before a major speech aimed at helping to break the deadlock in the negotiations with Brussels.
Manchester City's Ilkay Gundogan was injured during the 2-1 Carabao Cup win at West Brom
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola eases fears over new Ilkay Gundogan injury
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola eased any worries over Ilkay Gundogan's fresh injury scare.
An estimated 2,684 fighters were killed in Iraq since bombing began nearly three years ago, with 410 dead in Syria since the start of operations there in December 2015 (MoD/PA)
RAF strikes kill more than 3,000 IS terrorists in Iraq and Syria
Britain has killed more than 3,000 Islamic State (IS) militants in air strikes in Iraq and Syria, according to official statistics.
Manchester United beat Burton to each the fourth round of the Carabao Cup
Manchester United handed trip to Swansea in Carabao Cup
Holders Manchester United will travel to Swansea in the fourth round of the Carabao Cup.
Mark Sampson has been saced as head coach of England Women.
Focus turns to FA after Mark Sampson's sacking raises questions of competence
Mark Sampson has been sacked as head coach of England Women in a move that raises significant questions about the governing body.
Joe Root has made a successful start as England captain
Andrew Strauss backs Joe Root to impress in his 'biggest challenge' Down Under
Andrew Strauss believes Joe Root could thrive as he prepares for an England captain's toughest challenge - an Ashes series in Australia.
Kate has been forced to miss a number of events after suffering severe morning sickness
Kate plans first public date since pregnancy news
The Duchess of Cambridge is hoping to make her first public appearance since news broke of her third pregnancy, by attending a Buckingham Palace reception next month.
Two RAF Typhoons took off, but the Russian planes turned away
RAF fighter jets sent to monitor Russian military planes heading for Scotland
Royal Air Force fighter jets were called to head off Russian military planes approaching Scotland.
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