Sex offender, 18, 'raped 11-year-old schoolgirl repeatedly in park then told her he would show film of attack to friends and those she loved'Opemipo Jaji is accused of raping a school girl after following her home Allegedly dragged girl into a park in Enfield, north London, last NovemberCourt heard he told victim he would stab her and put a glove in her mouthJaji admitted sexually assaulting another girl in 2011, Old Bailey heard ” class=”blkBorder” /> Police search teams in Jubilee Park in Enfield looking for clues at the time of the rape in November 2012 The girl said her attacker was a black man with a small afro, dressed in grey and black and wearing an ‘opaque’ headdress. Jurors at the Old Bailey have been told Jaji will claim he has been wrongly identified – though prosecutors say blood found on his shoes and bag match the girl’s DNA with a one-in-a-billion match. She said: ‘He stank just like he hadn’t had a bath
Osborne's position is safe, insists Downing Street: No 10 dismisses talk of Hague moving in as Chancellor Downing Street guaranteed George Osborne will stay in his job until 2015Some Tories called for William Hague or Philip Hammond to take the positionTory high command is quietly encouraged by positive signs in the economySource said that the more you criticise Cameron's team the less likely he is to change it PUBLISHED: 00:13 GMT, 1 April 2013 | UPDATED: 02:13 GMT, 1 April 2013 Downing Street guaranteed George Osborne will stay in his job until 2015 last night as the Treasury hailed a new corporation tax cut as a way to boost the faltering economy.
Toddler dies after her buggy is blown by a gust of wind into the path of a van as her mother turns to lock the front doorPushchair was blown into traffic after mother turned to lock the front door Three-year-old girl suffered cardiac arrest and died an hour laterDesperate mother tried to give CPR at the scene of the accidentCourier van driver held on suspicion of causing death by careless driving By Damien Gayle PUBLISHED: 16:37 GMT, 25 March 2013 | UPDATED: 17:27 GMT, 25 March 2013 A three-year-old girl was killed in front of her mother this morning when a gust of wind blew her buggy from her doorstep into the path of a delivery van, according to witnesses. The girl was hit by a van driving into an estate off Wellesley Road in Croydon town centre, South London, after her mother let go 'for a second' to lock her front door
Driver, 59, stabbed repeatedly by carjackers as they demanded keys to his Mercedes outside his homeVictim left seriously injured by thieves who failed to steal Mercedes C220Onlookers thought men were play-fighting and saw 'rolling around' on lawnNeighbour's doorstep left soaked in blood after victim went for help By Emily Davies PUBLISHED: 13:50 GMT, 18 February 2013 | UPDATED: 18:07 GMT, 18 February 2013 A driver was left seriously injured after being stabbed multiple times in a frenzied attack by would-be carjackers wanting his Mercedes.
Senior university business lecturer arrested on suspicion of supplying cocaine in police sting operation PUBLISHED: 20:51 GMT, 30 January 2013 | UPDATED: 06:58 GMT, 31 January 2013 Kristine Lord (left), pictured with her son Christopher, has been arrested A senior university business lecturer has been arrested on suspicion of supplying cocaine. Kristine Lord, 64, has also been suspended from teaching at Southampton Solent University following the arrest
MRSA found in our milk: Superbug strain can cause serious infections in humans and is resistant to antibiotics Scientists tested 1,500 samples of bulk milk and found seven cases of MRSA ST398 from five farms in England, Scotland and Wales The superbug can cause serious and occasionally deadly infections in humans | UPDATED: 07:46 GMT, 21 December 2012 A potentially deadly MRSA superbug has been found in British milk for the first time. The superbug – already a problem in farm animals on the Continent – can cause serious and occasionally deadly infections in humans and is becoming a cause of udder infections in dairy cows. The strain of MRSA known as ST398 is resistant to antibiotics, so doctors find it difficult to treat infected people effectively
Police arrest 13-year-old boy on suspicion of tormenting Muslim family by putting a crucifix of HAM outside their homeThe teenager is accused of waging a campaign of racial abuseHe is suspected of scrawling racist graffiti on a restaurant The youngster is also accused of throwing bricks at a curry house | UPDATED: 19:05 GMT, 10 December 2012 A 13-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of tormenting a Muslim family by putting a crucifix of ham outside their home. The teenager is accused of waging a campaign of racial abuse against the terrified family as well as targeting a business with racist graffiti and throwing bricks at an Indian restaurant.
Police 'spend 2,000 on callout' after elderly woman complains neighbours' cat Pebble stole a CHICKEN from her kitchen 75-year-old Dorothy Howling-Neame called Kent PoliceShe claimed neighbours' cat broke in through cat flapOwners Janine, 46, and Paul Watson are questioned Police: Callout was over woman's general quality of life | UPDATED: 09:55 GMT, 9 December 2012 Police spent 2,000 sending a van and two officers to investigate a cat that stole a chicken from an elderly woman’s kitchen, it was claimed today. Dorothy Howling-Neame, 75, of Folkestone, Kent, called the authorities after her neighbours’ Bengal broke into her house through a cat flap.
Fraudsters take elderly for 7.5million in doorstep PIN and card scams in just eight months The gangs telephone their victims at home pretending to be bank employees and explain that there's been a fraud against their credit or debit cardThe elderly victim is asked a series of security questions including their PIN A 'courier' is then sent to the elderly person's home to collect the card | UPDATED: 23:28 GMT, 6 December 2012 Conmen: Fraudsters have stolen 7.5million by conning elderly people into handing over their bank cards and PINs on their doorstep (file picture) Fraudsters have made 7.5million in only eight months after conning the elderly into handing over their bank cards and PINs on their doorsteps. The police reported a ten-fold surge in the crime this year