A violent man has been convicted after his “savage, unprovoked and sustained attack” on an elderly lollipop man on the way home from work. Robert Philips, 56, of Eccleston House, [...]
Brixton residents will join members of the No to Hate Crime Campaign tomorrow to mark the 15th anniversary of the Brixton nail bomb. Each year, on Apr ...
The Crown Prosecution (CPS) is to consider whether to bring criminal charges against two police officers who arrested Sean Rigg hours before he died i ...
The family of Cherry Groce, who was left paralysed when police shot her by mistake, have launched a fight for legal aid to be represented at the inque ...
Police cracked down on criminals gangs, arresting 42 people in Lambeth yesterday. Europe-wide Operation Big Wing targeted organised criminal networks and others that deal in stolen mobile phones. Many of [...]
A 44-year-old cyclist was left fighting for his life on Saturday after being struck by a car in a hit-and-run collision outside Brixton Tube. Police have launched a hunt for [...]
Police have confirmed that at least four arrests were made by British Transport Police as part of the Brixton Unite operation yesterday (Thursday). Two arrests were made for possession of drugs. [...]
BY Tim Dickens and Darwin Aguirre-Taipe A heavy police presence at Brixton Tube Station led to a number of arrests this afternoon as part of a planned police operation. As [...]
A civil rights activist has likened a police and council crackdown planned for central Brixton tomorrow to the Swamp operation which went on to spark the 1981 Brixton riots. Lee [...]
Glasses are being polished and tables laid at Brixton Prison as inmates prepare to open the doors of a 100 seat restaurant to the public. The high-end diner, which is [...]