In a breathtakingly short space of time, the internet has revolutionised every aspect of our lives. Crime is, of course, no exception - the web has created the opportunity to commit news types of offences as well as new ways to develop drug trafficking, terrorism, theft and money-laundering networks. The main battle for law enforcement in the UK and abroad is to crack the increasingly sophisticated tools online criminals use to hide behind the veil of anonymity. In the most serious cases, this falls to the National Crime Agency (NCA), Britain's equivalent to the American FBI. In recent weeks the NCA's cyber crime detectives claimed two major scalps - including Zain Qaser from Barking, east London, whose criminal network is believed to have netted millions from blackmailing users of legal porn websites. Another major case involved Liverpool's Thomas White, an international drug trafficker who tried to sell images of children being raped and abused. From raking in what is estimated to be … [Read more...] about Paedophiles and ‘domestic terrorists’ among worst cyber-criminals
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ROBERT MUELLER toiled over his report for two years, slightly longer than it took Herman Melville to write Moby Dick. Mr Mueller’s epic may be the most eagerly anticipated work in American literature, but though he passed it to the attorney-general, William Barr, on Friday March 22nd, it is unclear when or in what form it will be published. Both the president and the House of Representatives have called for the full version to be made public, but the attorney-general must weigh whether to redact parts that infringe the privacy of people it mentions or that reveal intelligence. News coverage: Robert Mueller’s report is complete Get our daily newsletter Upgrade your inbox and get our Daily Dispatch and Editor's Picks. It is not yet clear whether Mr Mueller’s report contains devastating new evidence against the president, whether it adds nothing to the record, or something in-between. Yet the hundreds of pages of indictments that have already been made public … [Read more...] about Robert Mueller has submitted his report. What now?
God TV has announced that its pulling out of plans to revive the former Millennium club on Union Street. The religious broadcaster, who had planned to turn the property into a £7million conference and events destination, secured a 25-year lease on the property in 2014 and received planning permission from Plymouth City Council. In 2007 London-registered property developer KHH Ltd bought the once-thriving Union Street superclub for more than £1.5million. Now, Plymouth Live has obtained public documents from Land Registry and Companies House showing the owner of the property to be multi-millionaire businessman and philanthropist Sir David Kirch. Companies House documents show the only shareholder in KHH limited is Jersey based Sir David Kirch Holdings Ltd. Mortgage documents also state that all liabilities for the building are incurred by Channel Hotels and Properties Ltd, another of Sir David's companies. In 2017, The Jersey Evening Post wrote that over the last 11 years, Sir … [Read more...] about Owner of Millennium nightclub revealed as eccentric multi-millionaire
Richard Cowen North Jersey Record Published 8:35 AM EST Jan 14, 2019 Here comes the story of The Hurricane. Again. Nearly 53 years after the murder of three white people in a Paterson, New Jersey, bar that ensnared Rubin "Hurricane" Carter and John Artis in a web of mystery wrapped around a racially tinged struggle for justice, the BBC is set to air a 13-episode podcast that promises to shed new light on a case that still haunts Silk City. "The Hurricane Tapes" begins Monday, Jan. 14, on the BBC World Service site, adding, at the very least, another layer of intrigue to a case that has been steeped in mystery ever since gunfire erupted at the Lafayette Grill near closing time on June 17, 1966. Who caused the deaths of James Oliver, Fred Nauyaks and Hazel Tanis and the wounding of William Marins may never be known, but within an hour of the killings, the prime suspects were Carter and Artis. "Both John [Artis] and Rubin point the finger squarely at … [Read more...] about Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter story gets royal treatment with BBC podcast
The diplomatic foreign relations of the United Kingdom are conducted by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, headed by the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs. The Prime Minister and numerous other agencies play a role in setting policy, and many institutions and businesses have a voice and a role. Britain was the world's foremost power during the 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries, most notably during the so-called "Pax Britannica"—a period of totally unrivaled supremacy and unprecedented international peace during the mid-to-late 1800s. The country continued to be widely considered a 'superpower' until the Suez crisis of 1956, and this embarrassing incident coupled with the loss of the empire left the UK's dominant role in global affairs to be gradually diminished. Nevertheless, the United Kingdom remains a great power and a permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, a founding member of the G7, G8, G20, NATO, OECD, WTO, Council of Europe, … [Read more...] about Foreign relations of the United Kingdom