A lorry driver has been charged with trying to import class A drugs into the UK, after officers found an estimated £20 million of cocaine wrapped in blocks of frozen meat in the back of a lorry.
National Crime Agency
Police have searched two addresses in Northern Ireland as officers continue to question a man over the discovery of 39 bodies in a refrigerated lorry trailer.
The number of migrants being smuggled into the UK in containers and lorries has risen in the last year, according to the National Crime Agency (NCA).
A 23-year-old who ran one of the biggest ever dark web sites selling access to 250,000 images of child abuse has been charged in the US after a global inquiry sparked by UK investigators.
A man who had previously been denied a gun licence has been jailed after illegally importing weapons from Spain and hiding them in his basement.
A number of supercars have been seized and three men arrested as part of an investigation into a potential multimillion-pound fraud.
A Portuguese court has convicted an elderly British couple of drug trafficking after police apprehended them on a cruise ship with 9kg (20lbs) of cocaine hidden in their suitcases.
More than 4,000 people in London have been recruited by drug gangs with networks spread across 41 counties in the UK, figures show.
Thirteen people were arrested after 56 guns destined for use on Britain’s streets were seized in police raids.
Heroin with a street value of more than £120 million has been discovered hidden among towels and dressing gowns on board a container ship.
Two men have been charged after a yacht carrying cocaine with a street value of approximately £60 million was seized off the Welsh coast.
Six people have been arrested after a yacht believed to be carrying cocaine with an estimated street value of £60 million was seized off the Welsh coast.
Police in Aberdeen have seized around 45kg of drugs worth more than £1,000,000.
Sajid Javid has warned internet giants they could face new laws unless they step up efforts to tackle child abuse content.
Encrypted communication services are eroding the ability of law enforcement to detect dangerous offenders, an official report has warned.
Smart devices such as televisions, toys and smart home speakers will be expected to include new, strong security features to keep them safe from hackers, the Government has said.