1: 'The whole of the front of the building was covered with blood'
A GP who helped treat casualties following today's bus explosion outside the London headquarters of the British Medical Association has described the scene. Dr Laurence Buckman, from the BMA's GPs committee, said the front of BMA House in Tavistock Square was splattered with blood and body parts were strewn across the road. 2: One in four Muslims sympathises with motives of terrorists
Six per cent insist that the bombings were, on the contrary, fully justified. This may seem a small proportion but in absolute numbers it amounts to about 100,000 individuals who, if not prepared to carry out terrorist acts, are ready to support those who do. Moreover, the proportion of YouGov's respondents who, while not condoning the London attacks, have some sympathy with the feelings and motives of those who carried them out is considerably larger — 24 per cent. 3: Among the Young Of Multiethnic Leeds, A Hardening Hatred
By the time the mob was finished with Tyrone Clarke, all that was left of the 16-year-old was what his own mother later described to reporters as "just a bloody pulp." About 30 boys and young men had chased him, beating him with cricket bats and metal poles before he was stabbed three times in the heart in a tough neighborhood of south Leeds known as Beeston. 4: Steaming gang's terror reign
A "steaming" gang has been convicted of preying on passengers in a four-month rampage on trains and buses. One man had his cheekbone shattered in an attack on a late-night bus and required surgery to reconstruct his face. Days earlier, an off-duty woman police officer had been surrounded on a train, covered in spit and threatened with rape. 5: Torso police hunt 'violent' gang
The remains of Marvin Gentles, 28, were found in a shopping bag floating down Regents Canal in Primrose Hill, north London, on Friday. Mr Gentles, a Jamaican who had been living with his sister in Northolt, north-west London, had been stabbed and had his head and limbs cut off. 6: Two guilty over religion killing
Two men have been jailed for life for killing a man wrongly targeted in a dispute between Sikhs and Muslims. Two others were found not guilty. Two further suspects are believed to have fled to Pakistan. "Some men had clubs, iron bars and hockey sticks and inside the shopkeeper was clubbed to death," the prosecutor said. 7: Boy killed on way home
The 14-year-old, an outgoing, friendly boy was targeted by Yannick Etutu, known to police after court appearances for attempted robbery. With him in a car cruising through Romford in Essex was Joseph Ogwang, and driver, Roland Monie. They were looking for someone to pick on and Scott was the ideal target. Trying to get away, Scott ran into the road. He was hit by two cars and died almost instantly. 8: Are Britain's fringe churches preaching a deadly message?
Human hands burned to ash and mixed into a paste are seen as a cure for strokes. Blood is given to boost vitality. Brains are used to impart political power and business success. Genitals, breasts and placentas are used for infertility and good luck. Most shocking of all is the belief that body parts taken from live victims are rendered more powerful by the screams of the donor. 9: Lost antiques dealer was 'felled like a tree'
Mr Benson told the court the 17-year-old was wearing a knuckle-duster when he punched the victim "at least twice". Others used a plastic bread crate as a weapon against the brothers and struck the dead man with it, the court heard. Nicholas Scott, a graphic designer, told the jury he was left battered and in tears as the gang fled. "I shouted 'cowards' as they got away," he said. 10: Police 'not helping' in gunman hunt
By not releasing the necessary details of the suspect, the Jew-ridden, politically correct British police hinder the search for a black criminal who nearly shot a female officer dead.