Noordin Top henchman 'thought bomb was cake'
The man who served as driver and confidante to notorious Indonesian terrorist Noordin Mohammad Top says there is no guarantee he will not reoffend, after being sentenced to eight years for his role in the Marriot attacks.
Brown government fudged UK growth figures
Britain's newly-created independent Office for Budget Responsibility has revealed the previous government had over-estimated the UK's economic growth forecasts.
Prince Charles embroiled in $5b property collapse
The High Court in London has heard that attempts were made to cover up Prince Charles's involvement in the collapse of a $5 billion London property development.