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Lord Lucan disappearance theories published today

Rachael Burnett published in The Irish Examiner on Thursday a number of theories concerning the November 7, 1974 disappearance of the seventh earl of Lucan after the bludgeoned body of Sandra Rivett, his three children’s nanny, was found at the family home in central London, the case still unsolved by detectives and historians. 288 more words

Journalism

A Lady Detective: 1891

A press representative gives an account of an interview with one of these ladies, as follows:

You would never have dreamt from her appearance that she was engaged in such a hazardous profession at all. 1,650 more words

News And Announcements

Scotland Yard detective says I was told to ignore 'meat rack' VIPs | Daily Mail Online - via John Gelmini

The Mail reports that former Chief Inspector Howard Groves, 58, was investigating a London paedophile ring with alleged links to MPs and TV stars in the 1980s. 69 more words

Politics

Death on the Riviera

Death on the Riviera (British Library Crime Classics)

By John Bude

Rating: 4/5 Stairs

Death on the Riviera is another in the British Library Crime Classics series, which republishes classic crime for a new, modern audience.   473 more words

4 Stairs

Polska v Marek M - Ekstradycja w sprawie 'handlu ludzmi' WYGRANA

List gonczy ENA wystawiony przez prokurature w Slupsku przeciw Markowi M zostaje obalony przez sedziego Purdy po dlugiej i zawzietej walce. Ekstradycja za rzekomy handel ludzmi sie nie odbedzie. 69 more words

Scotland Yard Arrests Four Men on suspicion of terrorism offences

BBC News

Police have been searching a house in Ferndale Road, Luton. South Beds News Agency

Four men from Luton have been arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences, Scotland Yard has said. 200 more words

Opinion - Police cuts deal made despite terror threat, says George Osborne | UK news | The Guardian - John Gelmini

These are dangerous times but I am afraid that I am with George Osborne and not with the police.

English and Welsh police forces are currently sitting on £2 billion gbp of public money which represents just under 20% of what they received in 2015/2016, a total of £10.9 billion gbp. 193 more words

Politics