How the Mysterious 'Ghost' Behind Hundreds of Brothels Was Finally Caught
Police knew one man was operating almost 500 criminal enterprises. All they had to catch him was a photograph and 100 fake IDs.
The Horrific Ways People Smugglers Are Trafficking Migrants
Following the discovery of 39 Vietnamese people dead in the back of a lorry in Essex, we spoke to lorry drivers about the tactics traffickers are now using.
Inmates Reveal the Worst Things They've Seen in Britain's Understaffed Prisons
Disabled inmates beaten up, faeces "left in the corridor for days", rampant spice use and torture-killers left to roam prison wings.
Exclusive: The Housing Associations Building Luxury Flats Over Social Homes
Many of the country's swanky, aspirational new apartments are built by charities that are supposed to provide housing for the less well off.
I Tried a Few of Those New Viagra Subscriptions to See If They Work
Like Netflix or Amazon Prime, men can now subscribe to online services offering performance enhancing medication. But are they any good?
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These Investigators Believe the Croydon Cat Killer Is Still Out There
Boudicca Rising and Tony Jenkins, who led the civilian investigation, don't agree with the Met's conclusion that a fox was to blame.
How Gangs Are Smuggling Drugs Into the UK in 2018
Stock cars, dog food and drones, oh my.
I Was MI6's Top Spy Inside Al-Qaeda
We met with Aimen Dean, who spent a decade making bombs for the jihadi group.
The Liverpudlian Former Gangster 'On the Run' in Sierra Leone
Sam Walker says he'll be arrested as soon as he returns to the UK. British police beg to differ.
The Hacker Training Ground in Suburban Essex
This month, a 24-year-old was jailed after setting up a website where hackers could dummy run their software before launching it for attacks.
How the UK's Coke Got So Strong
Independent drugs testers say cocaine purity is as high as 80 percent at street level in major cities.
The London Lobbyist with Ties to Billions of Pounds of Gentrification
Peter Bingle spends his time schmoozing councils on behalf of property developers.