Country: United Kingdom

Koh-i-Noor: The History of the World's Most Infamous Diamond – review

(India; United Kingdom)

Anthony Sattin, The Guardian, 18th Jun 2017.

The forger who fooled the art world

(United Kingdom)

Christopher Hawtree, The Spectator, 17th Jun 2017.

Demonstrators Rally Against the Destruction of Banksy's Iconic Brexit Mural

(United Kingdom)

Henri Neuendorf, ArtNet News, 16th Jun 2017.

Aboriginal man demands Cambridge University return his ancestor's spears

(Australia; United Kingdom)

Raymond Brown, Cambridge News, 16th Jun 2017.

Vandals daub anti-christian messages on Tamworth's St Editha's Church

(United Kingdom)

Tamworth Herald, 15th Jun 2017.

Row over bronze age bracelet found in Meon Valley

(United Kingdom)

Hampshire Chronicle, 14th Jun 2017.

Diamond in the bluff: Koh-i-noor stories lose their shine

(India; United Kingdom)

Michael Safi, The Guardian, 14th Jun 2017.

Renewed demand made to Scotland for return of stolen native American skulls

(Canada; United Kingdom)

Cahal Milmo, iNews, 12th Jun 2017.

Judge gives controversial Cliffords Tower visitor centre the green light

(United Kingdom)

York Mix, 9th Jun 2017.

How this exam artwork was stolen from a car, dumped by bins and later mysteriously returned to its owner

(United Kingdom)

Melissa Jones, Gloucestershire Live, 9th Jun 2017.

China's 'stolen' cultural relics: why the numbers just don't add up

(China; United Kingdom)

Peter Neville-Hadley, Post Magazine, 9th Jun 2017.

117 years later: SEE stolen artifacts Britain returned to Nigeria

(Nigeria; United Kingdom)

Chika Jones, NAIJ, 9th Jun 2017.

Anger after ancient Highland burial site vandalised

(United Kingdom)

Jamie Mckenzie, Press and Journal, 8th Jun 2017.

Nazi loot hunter Richard Aronowitz on the darkness of past and present

(United Kingdom)

The Irish News, 8th Jun 2017.

Vandalism at ancient Clava Cairns burial site

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 7th Jun 2017.

Former Sothebys Specialist Faces Extradition to US Over Ponzi Scheme Worth Millions

(United States of America; United Kingdom)

Sarah Cascone, ArtNet News, 7th Jun 2017.

Police launch investigation after a fire at the SeaCity museum in Southampton

(United Kingdom)

Maria Zaccaro, Daily Echo, 7th Jun 2017.

Banksys Plan to Sway UK Voters With Free Art Got Nixed Because It Was Totally Illegal

(United Kingdom)

Sarah Cascone, ArtNet News, 6th Jun 2017.

Owner of stolen Colourist paintings expresses disgust at collapse of court case

(United Kingdom)

Phil Miller, The Herald, 5th Jun 2017.

Museum urged to return body of Beothuk chief to Canada

(United Kingdom; Canada)

Chris Foote, STV, 2nd Jun 2017.

Artist sets up six cameras to catch thieves of shark-themed art in Chatham

(United Kingdom)

Steve Annear, The Boston Globe, 2nd Jun 2017.

Banksy thief reveals how he stole street artist's work in new documentary

(United Kingdom)

Jessie Thompson, Evening Standard, 2nd Jun 2017.

Walkers' rock piles damaging ancient features of the North York Moors

(United Kingdom)

Ben Barnett, The Yorkshire Post, 31st May 2017.

Indigenous groups in Canada call for National Museum of Scotland to return human remains

(United Kingdom; Canada)

Michael Gray, Common Space, 30th May 2017.

REVEALED: The fake portrait among Ashmolean masterpieces

(United Kingdom)

Luke Sproule, The Oxford Times, 30th May 2017.

'I wasn't cock-a-hoop that I'd fooled the experts': Britain's master forger tells all

(United Kingdom)

Simon Parkin, The Guardian, 27th May 2017.

Indigenous leaders unite for return of Beothuk remains, inclusion in MMIWG inquiry

(Canada; United Kingdom)

Peter Cowan, CBC, 26th May 2017.

Thieves raid safe and loot artefacts during church break-in

(United Kingdom)

Christopher Gage, The Brecon & Radnor Express, 24th May 2017.

Egypt says it retrieved 4 stolen artefacts from Britain

(Egypt; United Kingdom)

Middle East Monitor, 24th May 2017.

Cotswolds art dealer, 69, 'stole paintings worth £1million including artworks by Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood from his clients'

(United Kingdom)

Dave Burke, The Daily Mail, 23rd May 2017.

Perth bids to 'bring home' the Stone of Destiny from Edinburgh as part of heritage plans

(United Kingdom)

Kirsteen Paterson, The National, 23rd May 2017.

Dam Buster's family appeal for help to trace stolen airman's logbook

(United Kingdom; Canada)

Sally Wardle, Irish News, 20th May 2017.

Bungling lorry driver gets truck stuck under Grade I-listed ancient Roman arch

(United Kingdom)

Mirror, 19th May 2017.

Case dropped against north-east pair accused of stealing paintings worth more than £100,000

(United Kingdom)

Evening Express, 18th May 2017.

Wheal Martyn in St Austell offers cash reward for safe return of iconic clay worker statue

(United Kingdom)

Shannon Hards, Cornwall Live, 17th May 2017.

'I'm sorry:' Stolen oil painting mysteriously returned in mint condition to Stroud owner

(United Kingdom)

Sam Evans, Stroud News, 17th May 2017.

Harry Potter prequel stolen in Birmingham burglary

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 12th May 2017.

It ain't me babe: Dealer uncovers Dylan art forgery

(United Kingdom)

Dayla Alberge, The Guardian, 11th May 2017.

Pair appear in court over alleged art theft near comedians north-east home

(United Kingdom)

Karen Roberts, Evening Express, 10th May 2017.

Banksy's Brexit mural vandalised just hours after £1million EU artwork appears in Dover

(United Kingdom)

Zoie O'Brien, Express, 9th May 2017.

Skeletons in the art world's closet, let out after two centuries, are shunned

(United Kingdom; Greece)

Joan Altabe, Blasting News, 9th May 2017.

Cops hunt man who stole art from St Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh city centre where Outlander was filmed

(United Kingdom)

Connor Boylan, The Scottish Sun, 8th May 2017.

Her Violin Stolen, A Prodigy's World Became 'Unstrung'

(United Kingdom)

Liz Baker, NPR, 7th May 2017.

Museums show limited interest in borrowing Parthenon Marbles

(United Kingdom)

Martin Bailey, The Art Newspaper, 5th May 2017.

Ancient gate has chunk of stone knocked out by housing developers

(United Kingdom)

Daily Gazette, 3rd May 2017.

14 pieces of art which decorated Leigh's roads for pop art trial stolen

(United Kingdom)

Charlotte Austen-Hardey, Halstead Gazette, 2nd May 2017.

Seamstresses restore stolen tapestry panel

(United Kingdom)

Jane Bradley, The Scotsman, 1st May 2017.

Museum-Goers Beware: That Ancient Artifact May Be Stolen

(United Kingdom; Italy; Greece)

Nick Romeo, National Geographic, 1st May 2017.

Piper painting worth £10,000 stolen in 'targeted theft'

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 28th Apr 2017.

Police inquiries under way as jewellery and paintings taken in house raids

(United Kingdom)

The Herald, 28th Apr 2017.

Art worth thousands stolen from Lincolnshire home

(United Kingdom)

Nicholas Fletcher, Lincolnshire Live, 28th Apr 2017.

Police hunt thieves who stole six-foot African sculpture

(United Kingdom)

Mark Mackay, The Courier, 27th Apr 2017.

Ancient Angkorian Jewelry Set Recovered From UK Art Dealership

(Cambodia; United Kingdom)

Hul Reaksmey, Voice of America, 26th Apr 2017.

Roman Jewellery Stolen from Shop

(United Kingdom)

Alex Ross, York Press, 25th Apr 2017.

Ancient Artifacts in London Returned to Cambodia

(Cambodia; United Kingdom)

Ben Paviour, The Cambodia Daily, 24th Apr 2017.

SC dismisses plea seeking repatriation of Kohinoor

(India; United Kingdom)

Dhananjay Mahapatra, The Times of India, 22nd Apr 2017.

Gold coins found inside piano in Shropshire are declared as treasure

(United Kingdom)

Shropshire Live, 20th Apr 2017.

In Ongoing Crusade for Privacy, Residents of Glass Condos Sue Tate

(United Kingdom)

Benjamin Sutton, Hyperallergic, 20th Apr 2017.

One of Wheal Martyn's famous St Austell clay worker statues is vandalised and another stolen

(United Kingdom)

C G Steve, Cornwall Live, 18th Apr 2017.

Fake money was part of everyday life in Roman Cumbria

(United Kingdom)

North-West Evening Mail, 17th Apr 2017.

RSPCA concerned over animal deaths in Damien Hirst's work

(United Kingdom)

Ed Oldfield, Devon Live, 15th Apr 2017.

Descendants of Kiwi soldiers who fought at Gallipoli believe WW1 diaries were stolen

(New Zealand; United Kingdom)

Jessica Long, Stuff.co.nz, 15th Apr 2017.

Cambridge must return its Benin Bronzes, without condition

(Nigeria; United Kingdom)

Jason Okundaye, Varsity, 15th Apr 2017.

Cambridge Fitzwilliam stolen jade 'lost for generations', expert says

(United Kingdom; China)

BBC News, 14th Apr 2017.

Dundee designer accuses German reality star of plagiarising t-shirt

(United Kingdom)

Ciaran Sneddon, The Courier, 14th Apr 2017.

Medieval fort 'ruined' by staircase built by council to preserve historic site

(United Kingdom)

Harry Yorke, The Telegraph, 14th Apr 2017.

How Do You Purge The Memory Of An Emperor?

(United Kingdom)

Sarah Bond, Forbes, 11th Apr 2017.

WW1 watch stolen from Blyth museum

(United Kingdom)

ITV, 11th Apr 2017.

Cambridge Latin graffiti to cost £4,000 to clean

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 7th Apr 2017.

Handyman Jailed for Stealing $623,000 in Paintings from Alan Davie

(United Kingdom)

Caroline Elbaor, ArtNet News, 7th Apr 2017.

Legal battle over Schiele works owned by Jewish entertainer who died in Dachau

(United States of America; United Kingdom; Switzerland)

David D'arcy, The Art Newspaper, 6th Apr 2017.

Medieval stones stolen from Edinburgh hospital

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 4th Apr 2017.

Let's do a Brexit deal with the Parthenon marbles

(Greece; United Kingdom)

Geoffrey Robertson, The Guardian, 4th Apr 2017.

Frustration in Saltaire as thieves grab Yorkshire Stone just weeks before village celebrations

(United Kingdom)

Chris Young, Telegraph & Argus, 3rd Apr 2017.

How two Irish students stole a masterpiece worth millions in an act of political protest

(United Kingdom; Ireland)

Steve Cannane, ABC Australia, 31st Mar 2017.

Acclaimed artist Suzi Malin 'distraught' after burglar steals life's work

(United Kingdom)

Robert Dex, Evening Standard, 30th Mar 2017.

Window cleaner accused of £500k Alan Davie art theft

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 29th Mar 2017.

Two British teenagers found guilty of stealing objects from Auschwitz during school trip

(Poland; United Kingdom)

Matthew Day, The Telegraph, 29th Mar 2017.

Clampdown on heritage thefts

(United Kingdom)

Dan Bean, The York Press, 29th Mar 2017.

Performance artists living in exile in the UK might be forced to return to Poland

(Poland; United Kingdom)

Rob Shap, The Art Newspaper, 24th Mar 2017.

Bid to stop criminals targeting York's rich heritage

(United Kingdom)

Rob Parsons, The Yorkshire Post, 23rd Mar 2017.

Caught on camera: Thieves who stole primary school's historic lanterns

(United Kingdom)

Express & Star, 23rd Mar 2017.

Replica of artefact destroyed by ISIS announced as London's next Fourth Plinth installation

(United Kingdom; Iraq)

Alice Morby, Dezeen, 21st Mar 2017.

Bruton theft saw £2.5m worth of paintings and jewellery stolen and woman tied up overnight

(United Kingdom)

James Wood, Somerset Live, 20th Mar 2017.

Destiny? Perth formally asks Crown for the Stone of Destiny back for 2021 bid

(United Kingdom)

Phil Miller, The Herald, 20th Mar 2017.

Orkney 'Viking' totem pole vandalised

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 19th Mar 2017.

World renowned artist will hold first exhibition since £100,000 theft of paintings from Marwell Zoo

(United Kingdom)

Hampshire Chronicle, 19th Mar 2017.

Man charged over attack on Gainsborough painting at National Gallery

(United Kingdom)

Alice Ross, The Guardian, 19th Mar 2017.

Primary school 'devastated' after historic lanterns stolen

(United Kingdom)

Express & Star, 18th Mar 2017.

Teenager caused £5,000 of damage to ancient church in Dalgety Bay

(United Kingdom)

Dunfermline Press, 17th Mar 2017.

DC Police: Historical item given to President Reagan by PM Margaret Thatcher stolen

(United States of America; United Kingdom)

Sam Ford, WJLA, 17th Mar 2017.

Piano gold hoard is 'life-changing' sovereign stockpile

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 16th Mar 2017.

Greece denies report on Parthenon Marbles

(Greece; United Kingdom)

eKathimerini, 14th Mar 2017.

Greece offers ancient archaeological wonders in exchange for Elgin Marbles

(Greece; United Kingdom)

Ian Johnston, The Independent, 14th Mar 2017.

Comment: Scholarly research is flourishing but curators' ability to judge an object's quality is not

(United Kingdom)

Mark Jones, The Art Newspaper, 13th Mar 2017.

Veterans appeal for help a er historic stones vanish from old Ox and Bucks barracks in Cowley

(United Kingdom)

Callum Keown, The Oxford Times, 11th Mar 2017.

New £50,000 reward appeal for return of Scotland's first ever coins - as rest of collection is gifted to nation

(United Kingdom)

Martin Williams, The Herald, 10th Mar 2017.

Policeman who stole ancient gold coins he found with metal detector is jailed

(United Kingdom)

Sam Russell, Manchester Evening News, 8th Mar 2017.

Was ancient church at Santon Downham, near Thetford, targeted by nighthawks?

(United Kingdom)

Chris Bishop, Eastern Daily Press, 6th Mar 2017.

Mysterious return from the Caribbean of stolen rare 200 year-old Padstow Bank note

(United Kingdom; Saint Lucia)

L. Barton, Cornwall Live, 6th Mar 2017.

Thieves take statue worth over £4,000 in art gallery break-in

(United Kingdom)

Carl Eve, The Herald, 4th Mar 2017.

Wave of Bomb Threats to Jewish Museums and Community Centers Forces Evacuations in US, UK, and Australia

(United States of America; United Kingdom; Australia)

Amah-Rose Abrams, ArtNet News, 3rd Mar 2017.

Palace stripped of lightning tape by thieves

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 2nd Mar 2017.

Rare crocodile shark found for the first time on UK beach could have been victim of exotic wildlife traders

(United Kingdom)

Mark Molloy, The Telegraph, 2nd Mar 2017.

Ancient bronze statuette lost after the Second World War returns to Berlin

(Germany; United Kingdom)

Catherine Hickley, The Art Newspaper, 1st Mar 2017.

Stolen painting finds way home

(United Kingdom)

Tanya Yilmaz, This is Wiltshire, 27th Feb 2017.

Man exposes himself to four women at ancient monument site

(United Kingdom)

Michael Race, The Oxford Times, 27th Feb 2017.

Dunfermline man jailed for art theft

(United Kingdom)

Dunfermline Press, 24th Feb 2017.

Sotheby's catalogue mistakenly includes work forged by Wolfgang Beltracchi

(Germany; United Kingdom)

Catherine Hickley, The Art Newspaper, 24th Feb 2017.

Why are England's heritage bodies supporting the Stonehenge Bypass?

(United Kingdom)

Dan Hicks, Apollo, 24th Feb 2017.

Smart solution to stop theft of Hartshill Castle stones

(United Kingdom)

Nuneaton News, 24th Feb 2017.

Popular Billericay park statue is stolen

(United Kingdom)

Mark Richardson, The Enquirer, 23rd Feb 2017.

Row erupts as East London gallery accused of showing 'alt-right' and 'racist' art

(United Kingdom)

Anny Shaw, The Art Newspaper, 22nd Feb 2017.

World's most infamous art forger legally sells fake Lowry-style paintings at auction for triple the expected value

(United Kingdom)

Paul Harper, The Sun, 21st Feb 2017.

Policeman sacked for keeping gold coin proceeds

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 20th Feb 2017.

Public asked to photograph 'secret collection' of works stored in homes across the UK

(United Kingdom)

Gareth Harris, The Art Newspaper, 20th Feb 2017.

Two valuable Lenkiewicz paintings have been stolen from a Plymouth home

(United Kingdom)

C Turner, The Herald, 20th Feb 2017.

Top London museums increase security over suitcase bomb fears

(United Kingdom)

Robin de Peyer, Evening Standard, 20th Feb 2017.

Art enthusiast devastated after Bradford on Avon gallery raided and £10,000 of paintings stolen

(United Kingdom)

Robin Murray, Wiltshire Times, 18th Feb 2017.

Pontormo Failure Prompts Calls for Tighter UK Heritage Protection Rules

(United Kingdom)

Henri Neuendorf, ArtNet News, 17th Feb 2017.

Police appeal for information on stolen Mary Potter painting

(United Kingdom)

Laura Chesters, Antiques Trade Gazette, 16th Feb 2017.

Reports of illegal metal detecting near the historic Weeting Castle

(United Kingdom)

Rebecca Murphy, Watton & Swaffham Times, 13th Feb 2017.

Mission impossible: trying to flog a stolen 500-year-old Dante manuscript

(United Kingdom)

Chitra Ramaswamy, The Guardian, 13th Feb 2017.

Thieves steal £2m of rare books by abseiling into warehouse

(United Kingdom)

George Sandeman, The Guardian, 12th Feb 2017.

Vandals target display of multifaith artworks at Gloucester Cathedral

(United Kingdom)

Vanessa Thorpe, The Guardian, 12th Feb 2017.

Missing Harry Potter painting prompts Parcelforce apology

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 11th Feb 2017.

Pensioner jailed for spate of art thefts

(United Kingdom)

Fiona Hamilton, The Times, 11th Feb 2017.

Man stole bronze figurine worth £400 but was "so drunk" he left it on bus

(United Kingdom)

Kate Wilson, Daily Echo, 11th Feb 2017.

Bolton saleroom offer convicted faker's 'Lowry' imitations

(United Kingdom)

Alex Capon, Antiques Trade Gazette, 10th Feb 2017.

Church secured against thieves - at cost of £311,000

(United Kingdom)

Mark Foster, Darlington & Stockton Times, 10th Feb 2017.

A Scarred Battlefield: forgery at work?

(United Kingdom)

Colin Gleadell, The Telegraph, 7th Feb 2017.

Sotheby's heads to court in dispute over 'fake' Old Master

(United Kingdom)

James Pickford, Financial Times, 7th Feb 2017.

Metal detectorists urged to 'brush up on skills' to avoid damaging treasures

(United Kingdom)

Jody Harrison, The Herald, 7th Feb 2017.

National Gallery's £30m Pontormo bid rejected owing to sterling slump

(United Kingdom)

Nicola Slawson, The Guardian, 6th Feb 2017.

Cathedral-goers get up-close look at snatched medieval crucifix

(United Kingdom)

Alex Williams, Premier, 6th Feb 2017.

My grandfather left me a £2million Van Gogh - and we've spent £4k trying to prove it: Couple claim they own a piece from early in the artist's career

(United Kingdom; Netherlands)

Kate Pickles, The Daily Mail, 3rd Feb 2017.

Antiques dealer jailed for stealing painting from Chester Cathedral

(United Kingdom)

Nazia Parveen, The Guardian, 31st Jan 2017.

Two charged in theft from sunken World War I warship

(United Kingdom)

Ed Adamczyk, UPI, 30th Jan 2017.

English Heritage in the dock over plans for Clifford's Tower in York

(United Kingdom)

Kevin Rushby, The Guardian, 27th Jan 2017.

Celebrity hotspot Belsize Village 'besieged by burglars'

(United Kingdom)

Daniel O'Mahony, Evening Standard, 27th Jan 2017.

Stunning portrait stolen by the Nazis finds a permanent home in Cambridge ahead of Holocaust Memorial Day

(United Kingdom; Germany)

Adam Care, Cambridge News, 27th Jan 2017.

Norfolk policeman who sold gold coins he found could face suspended sentence

(United Kingdom)

Eastern Daily Press, 25th Jan 2017.

Three years in prison for man who faked Norman Cornish artworks

(United Kingdom)

Lizzie Anderson, The Northern Echo, 24th Jan 2017.

Ancient Welby church banned from displaying 'tasteless' plaque thanking lottery windfall

(United Kingdom)

Tom Mack, Leicester Mercury, 23rd Jan 2017.

This Sex Doll Actually Scared Away Burglars, Is The Hero 2017 Deserves

(United Kingdom)

Tim McGovern, Elite Daily, 22nd Jan 2017.

The strange case of the ancient Assyrian curse and the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police

(Syria; United Kingdom; Switzerland; Lebanon)

Patrick Sawer, The Telegraph, 21st Jan 2017.

Thieves steal lead from church roof

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 19th Jan 2017.

British woman returns 4,500 year-old Yortan jug to Turkey

(Turkey; United Kingdom)

Nurbanu Kizil, Daily Sabah, 19th Jan 2017.

Warrant issued in medal theft case

(United Kingdom)

DnG24, 18th Jan 2017.

Man who stole Dambuster hero's mission book also took hundreds of items from the National Archives to sell in the US

(United Kingdom)

Nicola Harley, The Telegraph, 13th Jan 2017.

Opportunity or threat? Stonehenge tunnel plan revives long-running debate

(United Kingdom)

Steven Morris, The Guardian, 13th Jan 2017.

Police not 'a-moo-zed' after finding stolen Surrey Cow Parade sculpture

(United Kingdom)

Eagle Radio, 11th Jan 2017.

Man denies stealing £20,000 painting from Belsize Park art gallery

(United Kingdom)

Iain Burns, Ham & High, 9th Jan 2017.

British Library returns book stolen by the Nazis to its rightful owner

(United Kingdom)

Robert Dex, Evening Standard, 6th Jan 2017.

London's Victoria & Albert Museum Evacuated in Bomb Scare

(United Kingdom)

Amah-Rose Abrams, ArtNet News, 4th Jan 2017.

Thousands of pounds worth of damage caused to ancient church

(United Kingdom)

Helen Machin, Tamworth Herald, 2nd Jan 2017.

Thieves steal £20,000 painting in smash and grab raid at Belsize art gallery

(United Kingdom)

Emily Banks, Ham & High, 29th Dec 2016.

Owner of Zoffany painting destroyed in fire could receive £4m from UK government

(United Kingdom)

Martin Bailey, The Art Newspaper, 29th Dec 2016.

Cyprus petition launched for return on Elgin Marbles to Greece

(Greece; Cyprus; United Kingdom)

Annette Chrysostomou, Cyprus Mail, 28th Dec 2016.

Another artist is claiming that a big fashion brand has ripped off her designs

(United Kingdom)

Miranda Larbi, Metro, 28th Dec 2016.

Kirklees council considers selling Francis Bacon painting

(United Kingdom)

Nazia Parveen, The Guardian, 28th Dec 2016.

Thieves steal hood from historic Shackleton exhibition

(United Kingdom)

Peter Johnstone, The Packet, 24th Dec 2016.

Lane Bryant Issues Public Apology After Using Shantell Martin's Designs Without Authorization

(United Kingdom)

Brian Boucher, ArtNet News, 22nd Dec 2016.

Man in Santa suit stages protest on Duke of Wellington statue

(United Kingdom)

STV, 22nd Dec 2016.

Five arrested after war medals were 'stolen' from home in Blandford

(United Kingdom)

Alex Winter, Bournemouth Echo, 22nd Dec 2016.

Appeal for Ceri Richards painting stolen from north London gallery

(United Kingdom)

Laura Chesters, Antiques Trade Gazette, 22nd Dec 2016.

The medal detective

(United Kingdom)

Vibeke Venema, BBC News, 21st Dec 2016.

London church to be reunited with stolen 16th-century carving

(United Kingdom; Belgium)

Dalya Alberge, The Guardian, 21st Dec 2016.

Stolen relief of Queen Hatshepsut recovered from London

(Egypt; United Kingdom)

Nevine El-Aref, Ahram Online, 20th Dec 2016.

Leeds Castle bolsters defences with 'crime-fighting liquid

(United Kingdom)

Adele Couchman, Kent News, 20th Dec 2016.

Suspected fraudster denies swindling elderly out of £650,000 worth of antiques

(United Kingdom)

Laura Chesters, Antiques Trade Gazette, 16th Dec 2016.

Young artists involved in creating Stik mural in Gdansk call for its return

(Poland; United Kingdom)

Anny Shaw, The Art Newspaper, 14th Dec 2016.

Have Bremoaners stolen Bojo's Polish portrait? Painting of the Foreign Secretary goes missing from London club

(United Kingdom)

Sebastian Shakespeare, The Daily Mail, 14th Dec 2016.

Pip McGarry paintings worth £160k stolen from Marwell Zoo

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 13th Dec 2016.

Kohinoor wasn't gifted but looted by British, say authors

(India; United Kingdom)

IANS, The Economic Times, 11th Dec 2016.

Painting stolen by Nazis set to break record at auction

(United Kingdom)

Vanessa Conneely, TRTWorld, 8th Dec 2016.

Roman artefacts spotted at auction after they were stolen 12 years ago

(United Kingdom)

ITV News, 6th Dec 2016.

Sotheby's in 'fake' Fabergé row with billionaire Russian art collector

(United Kingdom)

Adam Sherwin, i News, 6th Dec 2016.

Man guilty of stealing Chester Cathedral's Greek Lazarus painting

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 5th Dec 2016.

Stolen coffins found after police search

(United Kingdom)

Caroline Tilley, Gazette News, 5th Dec 2016.

'Weaponise your privilege': blocked Aboriginal Australian speaker addresses students by Skype

(United Kingdom; Australia)

Louis Klee, Varsity, 5th Dec 2016.

Judge orders 'owner' to provide more details before ancient golden crown can be examined

(United Kingdom; Turkey)

The Herald, 3rd Dec 2016.

Dealers' association asks industry to contact MPs over new cultural property law

(United Kingdom)

ATG, Antiques Trade Gazette, 1st Dec 2016.

Man 'stole' Chester Cathedral's Greek Lazarus painting

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 30th Nov 2016.

Renewed appeal for information on Terry Bradley art theft

(United Kingdom)

Gemma Murphy, News Letter, 30th Nov 2016.

Divers looted wrecks of sunken ships in Scapa Flow: Men fined in "first of its kind" case

(United Kingdom; Germany)

Sarah Bruce, The Press and Journal, 30th Nov 2016.

Man accused of stealing Chester Cathedral icon stands trial

(United Kingdom)

Frances Barrett, The Chester Chronicle, 30th Nov 2016.

Modern-day Monuments Men wanted by the British Army

(United Kingdom)

Emily Sharpe, The Art Newspaper, 29th Nov 2016.

Paolozzi sculpture at Euston is one of many works of art left to rot

(United Kingdom)

Roger Bowdler, The Guardian, 29th Nov 2016.

Divers fined for raiding sunken German warships at Scapa Flow

(United Kingdom; Germany)

BBC News, 29th Nov 2016.

Ancient Coin News – Metal Detectorist Challenges Alton Hoard Value

(United Kingdom)

Everett Millman, Coin Week, 28th Nov 2016.

Why a sleeping hermaphrodite is causing a stir at Christie's

(United Kingdom)

Susan Moore, Apollo, 28th Nov 2016.

Major Paolozzi sculpture facing decay 'because no one wants to own it'

(United Kingdom)

Dalya Alberge, The Guardian, 28th Nov 2016.

Controversial Photographer David Hamilton Dies Amid Rape Allegations

(France; United Kingdom)

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso, ArtNet News, 28th Nov 2016.

In Wake of Trump's Election, Protestors Address Climate Change at the British Museum

(United Kingdom)

Claire Voon, Hyperallergic, 28th Nov 2016.

The Stone still waiting for its final destiny

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 28th Nov 2016.

Sex Pistols Memorabilia Worth Millions Burned By McLaren And Westwood's Son

(United Kingdom)

Artlyst, 27th Nov 2016.

'Outrage' at damage to Cissbury Ring

(United Kingdom)

Worthing Herald, 25th Nov 2016.

Video: £50,000 of artwork has been stolen from Terry Bradley's Belfast gallery

(United Kingdom)

Kirsten Elder, Belfast Telegraph, 24th Nov 2016.

Batman painting stolen in £50k Belfast art raid

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 24th Nov 2016.

Egyptian antiquities again offered for sale in London

(Egypt; United Kingdom)

Al-Masry Al-Youm, Egypt Independent, 23rd Nov 2016.

Police appeal after theft from National Trust property

(United Kingdom)

WS County Times, West Sussex County Times, 23rd Nov 2016.

Conman admits £35,000 pitman painter fraud over fake Norman Cornish artwork

(United Kingdom)

Karon Kelly, Sunderland Echo, 22nd Nov 2016.

Antiques worth thousands stolen from Polesden Lacey

(United Kingdom)

Josh Searle, Surrey Mirror, 21st Nov 2016.

'Ziggy' the graffiti vandal has been targeting ancient buildings and churches in Faversham

(United Kingdom)

Faversham Times, Kent Live, 21st Nov 2016.

London Colney aircraft museum has stolen propeller replaced - 11 years after it was taken

(United Kingdom)

Sophie Crockett, The Herts Advertiser, 19th Nov 2016.

History re-told through the Gweagal shield

(Australia; United Kingdom)

Louis Klee, Varsity, 18th Nov 2016.

British second world war shipwrecks in Java Sea destroyed by illegal scavenging

(Indonesia; United Kingdom)

Oliver Holmes, The Guardian, 16th Nov 2016.

Scotland back in the day: The complex tale behind how Elgin lost his Marbles

(Greece; United Kingdom)

The National, 15th Nov 2016.

Artworks by Joan Collins's Son Stolen When Shipped to Collector

(United Kingdom; United States of America)

Lorena Muñoz-Alonso, ArtNet News, 15th Nov 2016.

Police hunt thieves who stole lead from three buildings in West Dunbartonshire

(United Kingdom)

Paul Behan, Dumbarton Reporter, 15th Nov 2016.

Britain is in the middle of a treasure-hunting boom

(United Kingdom)

The Economist, 12th Nov 2016.

Constable painting looted by Nazis to be sold at auction

(United Kingdom; Hungary)

Patrick Sawer, The Telegraph, 12th Nov 2016.

Kohinoor issue: It is war crime not to return stolen items, says advocate Siddiqui

(India; United Kingdom)

Biharprabha, 11th Nov 2016.

Looted Constable returned by Tate heads to auction at Christie's

(United Kingdom; Hungary)

Martin Bailey, The Art Newspaper, 10th Nov 2016.

Prince Charles warns of cultural destruction on UAE visit

(United Arab Emirates; United Kingdom)

Sean Coughlan, BBC News, 7th Nov 2016.

'They've got no claim': Indigenous Australian demands British Museum return ancestral shield

(Australia; United Kingdom)

CBC, 2nd Nov 2016.

How to record archaeological objects found at sea – MAS database launched

(United Kingdom)

Rob Peake, Classic Boat, 1st Nov 2016.

Thieves steal ancient stones from historic ruined castle near Nuneaton

(United Kingdom)

Katrina Chilver, Coventry Telegraph, 1st Nov 2016.

The Scots noble stolen from his grave

(United Kingdom)

The Scotsman, 31st Oct 2016.

National Gallery will 'robustly defend' itself against claims it has stolen Matisse portrait in its collection

(United Kingdom)

Hannah Furness, The Telegraph, 29th Oct 2016.

Hundreds of pounds worth of First World War memorabilia stolen from museum

(United Kingdom)

Steph Brawn, Lancashire Telegraph, 26th Oct 2016.

How the Townley Venus's thumb was knocked off at the British Museum

(United Kingdom)

Martin Bailey, The Art Newspaper, 26th Oct 2016.

Respected GP Jill Purce says theft of £15k Steve McQueen print from Belfast hotel was 'moment of madness'

(United Kingdom)

Christopher Woodhouse, Belfast Telegraph, 25th Oct 2016.

Gallery Files Lawsuit Against Agnes Martin Authentication Committee

(United States of America; United Kingdom; Canada)

Amah-Rose Abrams, ArtNet News, 25th Oct 2016.

Swiss Hotelier Fined Over $4 Million for Dodging Import Tax on Artworks

(Switzerland; United Kingdom)

Amah-Rose Abrams, ArtNet News, 24th Oct 2016.

Killer of Oxford rare books dealer given 34-year jail sentence

(United Kingdom)

Esther Addley, The Guardian, 24th Oct 2016.

Divers steal a bronze gun from 'at risk' shipwreck site on Dunwich Bank

(United Kingdom)

Richard Cornwell, Ipswich Star, 21st Oct 2016.

Photographer Sues Trump for Copyright Infringement Over Skittles Image

(United States of America; United Kingdom)

Carey Dunne, Hyperallergic, 21st Oct 2016.

The art of deception

(United Kingdom)

Dalya Alberge, Financial Times, 20th Oct 2016.

Belfast police take hour to respond to art theft at Bullitt hotel - station is just metres away

(United Kingdom)

Claire McNeilly, Belfast Telegraph, 19th Oct 2016.

Steve McQueen painting stolen from Belfast bar

(United Kingdom)

ITV News, 17th Oct 2016.

Burrell's world tour struggles to get beyond Glasgow

(United Kingdom)

Martin Bailey, The Art Newspaper, 17th Oct 2016.

Northampton Council Sekhemka statue 'now in US'

(United Kingdom; United States of America; Egypt)

BBC News, 15th Oct 2016.

Remains of 13 Aboriginals will be returned to Australia

(Australia; United Kingdom)

Jacqueline Magnay, The Australian, 15th Oct 2016.

Nigeria: Jesus College under Pressure to Return Okukur

(Nigeria; United Kingdom)

Max Ndianaefo, CP Africa, 14th Oct 2016.

Virtual reality tells Indigenous story in London as bones set to return to Australia

(Australia; United Kingdom)

Nick Miller, The Sydney Morning Herald, 14th Oct 2016.

Pub manager appeals for help to recover father's war medals after raid on The Aviator at Queenborough Corner

(United Kingdom)

Chloe Holmwood, Kent Online, 11th Oct 2016.

Terrorism fears see DCMS museums and galleries lose a million visitors

(United Kingdom)

Patrick Steel, Museums Journal, 11th Oct 2016.

Mummy Crowdfunder Leaves Archaeologists Fuming

(United Kingdom)

Kristina Killgrove, Forbes, 10th Oct 2016.

Cambridge under pressure to return looted Benin bronze cockerel - but won't return it in case it gets stolen again

(Nigeria; United Kingdom)

Colin Freeman, The Telegraph, 8th Oct 2016.

Cosgrove Hall fire: 18th Century country mansion gutted

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 7th Oct 2016.

If treasure is found in my garden, can I keep it?

(United Kingdom)

Becky Shaw, Financial Times, 6th Oct 2016.

Ancient Egyptian artefacts and old weapons stolen from museum at Biel House, Stenton

(United Kingdom)

East Lothian Courier, 6th Oct 2016.

Old Master market reels from Sotheby's fake assessment

(United Kingdom)

James Pickford, Financial Times, 5th Oct 2016.

Banksy fake fools local art fans

(United Kingdom)

Cai Griffiths-Sturge, JMU Journalism, 5th Oct 2016.

Former Port Hope art curator's fraud sentence delayed in Peterborough court

(United Kingdom)

Jessica Nyznik, Northumberland Today, 4th Oct 2016.

Art detectives track down stolen 12th-century Indian sculpture

(India; United Kingdom)

Richard Morris, India GB News, 3rd Oct 2016.

Northampton Sekhemka statue sale: Council 'warned by lawyers'

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 1st Oct 2016.

'Moriarty of the Old Master' pulls off the art crime of the century: Market in crisis as experts warn £200m of paintings could be fakes

(United Kingdom; Liechtenstein)

Adam Luck, The Daily Mail, 1st Oct 2016.

New International Group to Amp Up Parthenon Marbles Reunification Campaign

(Greece; United Kingdom)

Mary Harris, Greek Reporter, 26th Sep 2016.

The Gweagal shield and the fight to change the British Museum's attitude to seized artefacts

(Australia; United Kingdom)

Paul Daley, The Guardian, 25th Sep 2016.

The ghost of Vaman Ghiya is rising

(India; United Kingdom)

Vijay Kumar, DNA, 24th Sep 2016.

St Albans military collector Alan Tissington avoids jail after ammunition discovered at his home

(United Kingdom)

Debbie White, The Herts Advertiser, 22nd Sep 2016.

UK to crack down on illegal ivory sales

(United Kingdom)

John Vidal, The Guardian, 21st Sep 2016.

UK ivory ban threat: 'government WILL consult antiques industry'

(United Kingdom)

Noelle McElhatton, Antiques Trade Gazette, 21st Sep 2016.

Buddha statue theft from temple treated as hate crime

(United Kingdom)

Jenny Thomson, STV, 20th Sep 2016.

Banksy artwork removed from Liverpool street to enter street art museum

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 19th Sep 2016.

Pre-Columbian sculpture recovered at London auction house after mysterious disapperance

(Colombia; United Kingdom)

Richard Emblin, The City Paper, 19th Sep 2016.

Battle of Jutland war graves 'vandalised' by illegal metal scavengers

(Denmark; United Kingdom; Germany)

Robert Booth, The Guardian, 18th Sep 2016.

Teesdale mayfly stone carving stolen

(United Kingdom)

Kate Richardson, The Northern Echo, 16th Sep 2016.

Moll Heirs Response to Statement from the National Gallery Regarding Suit for Return of Stolen Matisse Portrait of Greta Moll

(United States of America; United Kingdom)

Rowland & Associates, MMD Newswire, 16th Sep 2016.

Trust appealing for return of stolen tribute to Borders poet

(United Kingdom)

Darin Hutson, Harwick News, 16th Sep 2016.

Yobs 'mindlessly' smash historic stained-glass window in 12th-century Rye church

(United Kingdom)

Adrian Imms, The Argus, 15th Sep 2016.

Vandals daub bizarre message on cathedral's 900 year old walls

(United Kingdom)

The Plymouth Herald, 13th Sep 2016.

The search is on for Britain's lost public sculptures as Historic England protects five more artworks

(United Kingdom)

Culture 24, 11th Sep 2016.

Aboriginal artefacts in Sotheby's auction prompt questions over provenance

(Australia; United Kingdom)

Debbie Cuthbertson, The Sydney Morning Herald, 11th Sep 2016.

Bronze book stolen from Borders poet's memorial

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 8th Sep 2016.

Plea over missing 1986 Sir Antony Gormley sculpture

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 8th Sep 2016.

£1,000 painting stolen from Ripley gallery found in Bradford

(United Kingdom)

Hollie Bone, Harrogate Advertiser, 8th Sep 2016.

Letters I: Elgin Marbles dispute can be resolved by making 3D marbles of artifacts then returning them to Greece

(Greece; United Kingdom)

The National, 8th Sep 2016.

London's National Gallery sued in NY over alleged stolen Matisse

(United Kingdom; United States of America)

Jonathan Stempe, The Daily Mail, 7th Sep 2016.

Greta Moll's Heirs Say Stolen Portrait Is at London Museum

(United Kingdom; United States of America)

Erik Larson, Bloomberg, 7th Sep 2016.

V&A director's decision to quit hastened by Brexit vote

(United Kingdom)

Mark Brown, The Guardian, 5th Sep 2016.

200-year-old priceless bibles returned to church after break-in

(United Kingdom)

Ben Philip, Daily Record, 3rd Sep 2016.

Major art theft in Harborough district

(United Kingdom)

Harborough Mail, 2nd Sep 2016.

The truth about the Hemingway Heist

(United Kingdom)

David Mason, The Guardian, 30th Aug 2016.

Bolton pub's ghost 'stolen' by Chinese artist

(United Kingdom; China)

Harry Readhead, Metro, 30th Aug 2016.

Edinburgh International Culture Summit 2016 ends with call to save heritage endangered by war

(United Kingdom; Syria)

Phyllis Stephen, The Edinburgh Reporter, 28th Aug 2016.

Somerset man who claimed theft of expensive painting was 'drunken prank' escapes jail

(United Kingdom)

Somerset Live, 27th Aug 2016.

Victory for Gweagal man Rodney Kelly in fight to have artefacts returned from British museums

(Australia; United Kingdom)

Lucy McNally, ABC Australia, 23rd Aug 2016.

Cheltenham MP calls for inquiry into removal of Banksy's Spy Booth

(United Kingdom)

Mark Brown, The Guardian, 22nd Aug 2016.

Security firm brought in to protect artwork after thieves target Southern Nature Art Exhibition

(United Kingdom)

Sian Davies, Southern Daily Echo, 21st Aug 2016.

Stolen Southampton zebra sculpture found in river

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 19th Aug 2016.

Burglars steal brass from altar of Shipley church

(United Kingdom)

Steve Wright, Telegraph & Argus, 19th Aug 2016.

BFG Dream Jar that was set to raise thousands for Save the Children vandalised in Glasgow

(United Kingdom)

Catriona Stewart, Evening Times, 19th Aug 2016.

Surrey charity 'devastated' after life-sized fiberglass cow stolen in the middle of the night

(United Kingdom)

Chloe Chaplain, Evening Standard, 19th Aug 2016.

Police appeal for information following silver theft from Gloucestershire church

(United Kingdom)

Alex Capon, Antiques Trade Gazette, 19th Aug 2016.

Brass ornaments stolen from Chelmondiston Church

(United Kingdom)

Ellis Barker, East Anglian Daily Times, 19th Aug 2016.

UK Museum Ethics Committee Rejects Allegations of Corruption in BP's Sponsorships

(United Kingdom)

Claire Voon, Hyperallergic, 17th Aug 2016.

Two men arrested over attempted theft of Banksy copy

(United Kingdom)

Matthew Weaver, The Guardian, 15th Aug 2016.

Decendant of Joseph Banks' servant supports repatriation of Gweagal artefacts

(Australia; United Kingdom)

Alasdair McDonald, Bega District News, 15th Aug 2016.

Polynesian sculpture admired by Picasso and Henry Moore far older than previously thought

(French Polynesia; United Kingdom)

Martin Bailey, The Art Newspaper, 15th Aug 2016.

It takes a hoaxer and a negligent hoaxed for a Piltdown Man

(United Kingdom)

David Aaronovitch, The Australian, 15th Aug 2016.

St Peter Mancroft memorial desecrated after "disgraceful" theft

(United Kingdom)

David Hannant, Eastern Daily Press, 13th Aug 2016.

Chilean filmmakers demand British repatriation of Easter Island statue

(Chile; United Kingdom)

AFP, 9 News, 12th Aug 2016.

The replica factor

(Italy; United Kingdom)

Brendan Cormier, Architecture Now, 11th Aug 2016.

Life-size model of goat stolen from Sheffield allotment

(United Kingdom)

Dan Hobston, The Star, 11th Aug 2016.

Zany Zebras: Angry artist Cara Sandys calls for better security

(United Kingdom)

Southern Daily Echo, 11th Aug 2016.

Theft Of Rolex Watch And Oil Paintings Prompts Police Warning For Isle Of Wight Residents

(United Kingdom)

Jamie White, Isle of White Radio, 10th Aug 2016.

David Zwirner Sued for $2 Million Over Mystery Artwork by 'World-Renowned Artist'

(United Kingdom)

Brian Boucher, ArtNet News, 10th Aug 2016.

Harry Potter exhibition sign 'magically' disappears from Devon attraction

(United Kingdom)

R. Dodd, The Herald, 10th Aug 2016.

Forensic examination reveals identity of Piltdown hoax prime suspect

(United Kingdom)

Tim Radford, The Guardian, 10th Aug 2016.

Charity saddened by theft of irreplaceable Tudor stained glass from Leicestershire chapel

(United Kingdom)

Dan J. Martin, Leicester Mercury, 8th Aug 2016.

Top level bid to save ancient Wemyss caves

(United Kingdom)

Claire Warrender, The Courier, 8th Aug 2016.

Ancient plaque welcoming visitors to Ayr's historic Auld Kirk vanishes

(United Kingdom)

Stephen Houston, Daily Record, 7th Aug 2016.

Dram raid: Rare bottles nicked from distillery made famous by movie The Angels' Share

(United Kingdom)

Stephen Stewart, Daily Record, 6th Aug 2016.

Vandals attack ancient castle with fire

(United Kingdom)

Andrew Douglas, The Northern Echo, 5th Aug 2016.

Returning the Elgin Marbles to Greece could ease Brexit negotiations

(Greece; United Kingdom)

Spear's, 3rd Aug 2016.

Priceless stained glass window stolen from historic village church

(United Kingdom)

Harborough Mail, 3rd Aug 2016.

100 Auction Houses Now Subscribing for Art Loss Register Due Diligence

(United Kingdom)

Fine Books Magazine, 3rd Aug 2016.

McDonald's advertising agency accused of plagiarising artist's viral cows video

(United Kingdom)

Kate Nelson, The Independent, 2nd Aug 2016.

A Renaissance mystery adds to National Gallery vandalism fears

(United Kingdom)

Dalya Alberge, The Guardian, 31st Jul 2016.

Brexit: How hope may rise for Nigeria's looted artefacts

(Nigeria; United Kingdom)

Tajudeen Sowole, The Guardian, 31st Jul 2016.

BP sparks campaigners' fury with new arts sponsorship deals

(United Kingdom)

Mark Brown, The Guardian, 28th Jul 2016.

Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Bill: A summary

(United Kingdom)

Boodle Hatfield, Lexology, 27th Jul 2016.

'Irreplaceable' sculptures commemorating Battle of the Somme stolen from exhibition at the Honeywood Museum in Carshalton

(United Kingdom)

Anders Anglesey, Your Local Guardian, 27th Jul 2016.

Artist's Burka Sculpture Vandalized by Angry Brexiter in London

(United Kingdom)

Naomi Rea, ArtNet News, 22nd Jul 2016.

India may approach Britain on bringing back Kohinoor

(India; United Kingdom)

Press Trust of India, The Tribune, 22nd Jul 2016.

Graffiti vandals target ancient Wemyss caves

(United Kingdom)

Lori Cormack, Fife Today, 20th Jul 2016.

First-ever legal bid for return of Elgin Marbles to Greece thrown out by European Court of Human Rights

(Greece; United Kingdom)

Ian Johnston, The Independent, 19th Jul 2016.

Lost Lucian Freud Portrait Valued at £300,000 Authenticated By BBC

(United Kingdom)

Artlyst, 18th Jul 2016.

Iconic Punk Rocker Defaces the British Library's Punk Rock Exhibit

(United Kingdom)

Jessie Guy-Ryan, Atlas Obscura, 17th Jul 2016.

Damien Hirst Cleared Of Formaldehyde Gate Controversy At Tate Retrospective

(United Kingdom)

Artlyst, 16th Jul 2016.

Londoner's Diary: Thieves steal the show from Soho gallery

(United Kingdom)

Evening Standard, 14th Jul 2016.

How Lucian Freud and a grudge kept his rival from a fortune

(United Kingdom)

Alice Vincent, The Telegraph, 12th Jul 2016.

Stolen Southampton zebra sculpture leads art trail parade

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 12th Jul 2016.

MPs introduce Bill to return 'Elgin Marbles' to Greece 200 years after the UK decided to buy them

(United Kingdom; Greece)

Ian Johnston, The Independent, 11th Jul 2016.

Police now say stolen hat didn't belong to Roald Dahl at all

(United Kingdom)

John Siddle, Liverpool Echo, 6th Jul 2016.

Hat belonging to late author Roald Dahl swiped from Southport exhibition

(United Kingdom)

Ben Turner-Le, Liverpool Echo, 6th Jul 2016.

Conservators issue warning after reports of metal detecting at Link Common

(United Kingdom)

Malvern Observer, 5th Jul 2016.

Egypt retrieves Abbasid artifacts from London auction house

(Egypt; United Kingdom)

Egypt Independent, 4th Jul 2016.

Castle Cary man claimed £8,500 painting theft was 'drunken prank'

(United Kingdom)

Western Gazette, Somerset Live, 3rd Jul 2016.

In an experiment to slow visitors down, British museums are hanging fake art alongside their masterpieces

(United Kingdom)

Anne Quito, Quartz, 2nd Jul 2016.

Man pleads not guilty to murder of Oxford book dealer

(United Kingdom)

Lisa O'Carroll, The Guardian, 1st Jul 2016.

Vandalised Belfast war memorial to be rededicated during Somme service

(United Kingdom)

Angela Rainey, Belfast Telegraph, 30th Jun 2016.

To Cite or to Steal? When a Scholarly Project Turns Up in a Gallery

(United Kingdom)

Kevin L. Ferguson, Hyperallergic, 30th Jun 2016.

Fire That Destroyed Liverpool Biennial Site Was an Arson Attack

(United Kingdom)

Sarah Cascone, ArtNet News, 29th Jun 2016.

'Heartless' burglars smash up church with sledgehammers

(United Kingdom)

Kelsey Maxwell, Leigh Journal, 29th Jun 2016.

Welcome home party for Devon church's priceless panels

(United Kingdom)

W.M.N.H. Finch, The Herald, 29th Jun 2016.

Painting worth thousands stolen from cottage

(United Kingdom)

ITV News, 28th Jun 2016.

Metal detectorist who struck gold with Bronze Age ring during illegal search is fined after touting it to a museum

(United Kingdom)

The Telegraph, 27th Jun 2016.

Art student's agony as degree show submission is stolen

(United Kingdom)

Eddie Nisbet, STV, 25th Jun 2016.

Stolen paintings found in Wicklow ditch to be auctioned in London

(Ireland; United Kingdom)

Michael Parsons, The Irish Times, 24th Jun 2016.

Stolen medieval panels restored and reinstalled in Devon church

(United Kingdom)

Steven Morris, The Guardian, 24th Jun 2016.

Police appeal for witnesses after thieves steal lead from Hillhouse Parish Church roof

(United Kingdom)

Kirsten Mcstay, Daily Record, 24th Jun 2016.

Treasure hunter fined for stealing ancient gold ring

(United Kingdom)

Mid Sussex Times, 23rd Jun 2016.

Thieves cause £20,000 of damage to one of Stockton's most historic buildings

(United Kingdom)

Chris Webber, The Northern Echo, 23rd Jun 2016.

Viking axe mystery ends in student bloodshed on streets

(United Kingdom)

Carmarthen Journal, South Wales Evening Post, 21st Jun 2016.

Muhammad Ali tribute mural stolen at Birmingham centre

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 20th Jun 2016.

Theatre built as tribute to Anglo-French friendship vandalised

(France; United Kingdom)

Kim Willsher, The Guardian, 20th Jun 2016.

Arrests in Bulgaria over paintings stolen near Billy Connolly's former home

(United Kingdom; Bulgaria)

Martin Williams, The Herald, 20th Jun 2016.

War hero's medals stolen from son on the train returning from his funeral

(United Kingdom)

Tristan Cork, Bristol Post, 19th Jun 2016.

Thieves strip lead off East Meon church roof

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 17th Jun 2016.

Export ban placed on £225,000 Burges vase to keep it in UK

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 17th Jun 2016.

Vandals damage up to 40 gravestones in Inverness cemetery

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 15th Jun 2016.

Valuable 16th century silver stolen in church raid

(United Kingdom)

ITV News, 14th Jun 2016.

Marine Antiquities Scheme to launch on 21 July

(United Kingdom)

Sport Diver, 14th Jun 2016.

Copper worth thousands stolen from roof of St Mary's Church in Clothall, Baldock

(United Kingdom)

Hertfordshire Mercury, 14th Jun 2016.

Stone of Destiny belongs in Perth, says council leader

(United Kingdom)

STV, 13th Jun 2016.

Arsonists who destroyed new Atherton sculpture slammed as 'selfish and horrible'

(United Kingdom)

Kelsey Maxwell, Leigh Journal, 13th Jun 2016.

British doubts over Joan of Arc's ring

(United Kingdom; France)

Martin Bailey, The Art Newspaper, 9th Jun 2016.

Whistle stolen from Museum of East Anglian Life steam engine exhibit

(United Kingdom)

Tom Potter, East Anglian Daily Times, 9th Jun 2016.

Revealed: how altarpiece broke in disastrous fall at London's National Gallery

(United Kingdom)

Emily Sharpe, The Art Newspaper, 9th Jun 2016.

Stolen Old Masters returned to Italy after discovery by British owner

(United Kingdom; Italy)

BT, 7th Jun 2016.

Archaeologists frustrated as 'Night hawks' swoop on East Hampshire dig

(United Kingdom)

Petersfield Post, 6th Jun 2016.

Found a rare coin? Beware, it could be a fake

(United Kingdom)

Lincolnshire Echo, 4th Jun 2016.

PLUNDERED: Stone thefts are stripping away our heritage

(United Kingdom)

Karen Pickering, Telegraph & Argus, 3rd Jun 2016.

Art crime expert Dr Donna Yates makes her research available free online in bid to help beat the thieves

(United Kingdom)

Martin Hannan, The National, 2nd Jun 2016.

Two arrested after two-month crime spree at east Norfolk churches

(United Kingdom)

Geraldine Scott, Evening News 24, 1st Jun 2016.

Student who scrawled 'don't bomb Syria' in giant black letters on historic World Heritage-listed church opposite Parliament is spared jail

(United Kingdom)

Mark Duell, The Daily Mail, 1st Jun 2016.

Tower Hamlets looking for safe place for 'Old Flo' after legal battle over who owns Moore's sculpture

(United Kingdom)

Mike Brooke, The Docklands & East London Advertiser, 31st May 2016.

Vandals damage headstones at Leslie Cemetery, Glenrothes

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 30th May 2016.

Shock after thieves behead angel statue in Cambridge graveyard

(United Kingdom)

Chris Elliott, Cambridge News, 30th May 2016.

EU licences plan 'could hit London art market'

(United Kingdom)

Nicholas Cecil, Evening Standard, 27th May 2016.

Milton Keynes community rally to replace stolen singing frog statue

(United Kingdom)

OneMK, 25th May 2016.

British Museum confirms provenance of looted Afghan Bowl

(United Kingdom)

Patrick Steel, Museums Journal, 24th May 2016.

Teenager, 15, charged over vandalism at historic Fife church

(United Kingdom)

Craig Smith, The Courier, 24th May 2016.

First World War sea graves hit by 'industrial-scale looting'

(United Kingdom; Germany; Denmark)

Mark Duell, The Daily Mail, 23rd May 2016.

Special delegation visits Sheffield for skull repatriation

(New Zealand; United Kingdom)

The Star, 20th May 2016.

Seven arrested after violent £2.7m art and jewellery heist at Bulmer family's Somerset home

(United Kingdom)

L. Churchill, Bristol Post, 20th May 2016.

How Christie's helped to return a looted treasure to Afghanistan

(Afghanistan; United Kingdom)

Christie's, 20th May 2016.

Stolen Chalice Remains Missing

(United Kingdom)

Rebecca Cain, Hereford Times, 19th May 2016.

Greenpeace activists scale British Museum to protest BP sponsorship

(United Kingdom)

Adam Vaughan, The Guardian, 19th May 2016.

'Audacious' theft of £35,000 of jewellery from Mount Stewart

(United Kingdom)

News Letter, 19th May 2016.

Six middle-aged 'new-age travellers' arrested at Stonehenge over flaming torch incident Play Video Stonehenge protest New-age travellers protest at Stonehenge

(United Kingdom)

Salisbury Journal, 19th May 2016.

'Mindless' pranksters deface mural of Robert Burns with a Hitler moustache

(United Kingdom)

Claire Gilbody-Dickerson, Express, 18th May 2016.

Protesters Disrupt a BP-Sponsored Exhibition at the British Museum

(United Kingdom)

Claire Voon, Hyperallergic, 18th May 2016.

Maori skull on its way back home after 130 years

(New Zealand; United Kingdom)

Martin Hannan, The National, 18th May 2016.

'Fat woman' who repeatedly hit herself on the head helped steal paintings worth more than £1,000

(United Kingdom)

Dan Russell, Nottingham Post, 16th May 2016.

Stolen Southampton zebra sculpture found in garden

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 16th May 2016.

Police launch appeal after church silver worth more than £3,000 stolen from Cambridgeshire village

(United Kingdom)

Florence Sneed, Cambridge News, 16th May 2016.

YouTube pranksters jailed after 'terrifying' fake art heist

(United Kingdom)

Court News, The Guardian, 16th May 2016.

La Bella Principessa: Still and Enigma

(United Kingdom)

Vincent Noce, The Art Newspaper, 15th May 2016.

60 Maori and Moriori heads and skulls repatriated from UK and US

(New Zealand; United Kingdom; United States of America)

Kurt Bayer, The New Zealand Herald, 12th May 2016.

Life-sized zebra sculpture 'stolen' in Southampton

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 11th May 2016.

Maori skull returning to homeland after 133 years in Moray

(New Zealand; United Kingdom)

Chris Foote, STV, 11th May 2016.

Pensioner wins payout from English Heritage for head injuries at Carisbrooke Castle

(United Kingdom)

Hugo Gye, The Daily Mail, 11th May 2016.

Antique dealer who plundered churches for profit jailed

(United Kingdom)

Steven Morris, The Guardian, 10th May 2016.

Govt exploring ways to resolve Kohinoor issue with UK: Sharma

(India; United Kingdom)

Press Trust of India, Business Standard, 9th May 2016.

Ancient Egyptian statue of Sekhemka disappears into private collection in 'moral crime against world heritage'

(United Kingdom)

Ian Johnston, The Independent, 9th May 2016.

Painting worth £10,000 allegedly stolen from Somerset gallery

(United Kingdom)

Western Gazette, 9th May 2016.

Greece looks to international justice to regain Parthenon marbles from UK

(Greece; United Kingdom)

Helena Smith, The Guardian, 8th May 2016.

Art forger goes straight selling £5,000 fakes

(United Kingdom)

Robert Mendick, The Telegraph, 7th May 2016.

#ReturnTheMarbles campaign uses cheeky billboard to seek return of Parthenon sculptures

(Greece; United Kingdom)

Leah MacLennan, ABC Australia, 6th May 2016.

Church raider jailed after stealing priceless relics, including ancient coffin

(United Kingdom)

Jeanette Oldham, Birmingham Mail, 6th May 2016.

Hertfordshire Puddingstone stolen from museum site

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 4th May 2016.

Forget the Kohinoor, could we have the Amaravati Stupa sculptures back please?

(India; United Kingdom)

Ruchika Sharma, Scroll.in, 1st May 2016.

Rosslyn stitchers remake stolen panel from Great Tapestry

(United Kingdom)

Jane Bradley, The Scotsman, 30th Apr 2016.

Can we trust in museum trustees?

(United Kingdom)

Giles Waterfield, Apollo, 29th Apr 2016.

Woodcarving stolen from Kingswood Park

(United Kingdom)

L Churchill, Bristol Post, 28th Apr 2016.

Burglars show 'act of humanity' in returning 100 year old medals

(United Kingdom)

David Whelan, Belfast Media Group, 27th Apr 2016.

Meet Dr Donna Yates, the expert aiming to make antiquities-collecting socially unacceptable

(United Kingdom)

Russell Leadbetter, The Herald, 25th Apr 2016.

Police missed 'golden opportunity' to solve £20k coin heist

(United Kingdom)

Nicola Shaw, Edinburgh Evening News, 25th Apr 2016.

Hatton Garden vault - from daring heist to 'fascinating museum piece'

(United Kingdom)

Patrick Sawer, The Telegraph, 23rd Apr 2016.

A Documentary About the Artist Who Stole Banksy's Work Out of Spite

(United Kingdom)

Alina Cohen, Hyperallergic, 22nd Apr 2016.

'The Kohinoor is but one flashy stone'

(India; United Kingdom)

Radhika Santhanam, The Hindu, 22nd Apr 2016.

Francis Bacon Controversy: Unauthenticated Drawings Go On Sale

(United Kingdom)

Paul Black, Artlyst, 21st Apr 2016.

Damien Hirst's Pickled Animals May Have Leaked Carcinogenic Fumes [UPDATED]

(United Kingdom)

Claire Voon, Hyperallergic, 20th Apr 2016.

In a U-turn Narendra Modi government promises to take all steps to bring back Kohinoor

(India; United Kingdom)

Anubhuti Vishnoi, The Economic Times, 20th Apr 2016.

Palmyra's Arch of Triumph recreated in London

(Syria; United Kingdom)

Lauren Turner, BBC News, 19th Apr 2016.

Palmyra Arch in London: 'Unethical' reconstruction of 'Disneyland' archaeology criticised

(United Kingdom; Syria)

Umberto Bacchi, International Business Times, 19th Apr 2016.

Kohinoor Diamond Belongs To Britain, Says Government In Supreme Court

(India; United Kingdom)

All India, NDTV, 18th Apr 2016.

Gang of thieves make-off with distinctive £10,000 statue from resident's garden as he slept

(United Kingdom)

Neil Vowles, The Argus, 16th Apr 2016.

Art loss register reunites Stortford burglary victim with rare chronometer after six years

(United Kingdom)

Herts & Essex Observer, 14th Apr 2016.

Mouse figure stolen by 'rat' at opening day of Cambridge art exhibition

(United Kingdom)

Cambridge News, 13th Apr 2016.

Manager at flagship hospital given absolute discharge

(United Kingdom)

The Herald, 12th Apr 2016.

Historian Adrian Greenwood found murdered at his home

(United Kingdom)

Jamie Grierson, The Guardian, 9th Apr 2016.

Inside the Ballsy Irish Traveller Gang That Stole Millions of Pounds Worth of Rhino Horn

(United Kingdom; Ireland)

Mark Wilding, Vice, 5th Apr 2016.

'Rathkeale Rovers' gang members jailed over multi-million euro rhino horn spree

(United Kingdom)

Alexander Britton, Irish Independent, 4th Apr 2016.

'Rathkeale Rovers' to be sentenced over museum raids plot

(United Kingdom)

Press Association, 4th Apr 2016.

Hare and the Minotaur sculpture vandalised with white paint

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 4th Apr 2016.

Organised crime gang planned to raid Glasgow's Burrell Collection and Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

(United Kingdom)

Peter Swindon, The Herald, 4th Apr 2016.

British Museum must sever its links with BP

(United Kingdom)

Margaret Atwood, The Guardian, 3rd Apr 2016.

Stolen Easter Island statue deserves a trip home

(Chile; United Kingdom)

Mark Gilbert, The Chicago Tribune, 3rd Apr 2016.

Obsessing about past 'wrongs' is to miss the power of culture

(Australia; United Kingdom)

Tiffany Jenkins, The Guardian, 2nd Apr 2016.

Nationally important 12th century monument spray-painted by vandals

(United Kingdom)

Brian Donnelly, The Herald, 2nd Apr 2016.

Sekhemka to leave the UK as export licence deadline passes

(United Kingdom; United Arab Emirates; Egypt)

Martin Bailey, The Art Newspaper, 1st Apr 2016.

Marlow's history at risk following rise in illegal metal detecting

(United Kingdom)

Jasmine Rapson, Bucks Free Press, 1st Apr 2016.

Ancient boulder to stay after villagers threatened to chain themselves to it to prevent move

(United Kingdom)

Oliver Pritchard, Mirror, 30th Mar 2016.

This Is Not a Banksy: BBC Radio 4

(United Kingdom)

Max Aantjes, Student Newspaper, 29th Mar 2016.

Calls for British Museum to surrender Indigenous Gweagal shield

(Australia; United Kingdom)

ABC Australia, 28th Mar 2016.

Shakespeare's skull: New chapter in hunt for missing head

(United Kingdom)

Rebecca Woods, BBC News, 27th Mar 2016.

Stop the Roof Raiders: Lead thieves strike Boxted church as total hit by suspected gang reaches 16 in Suffolk

(United Kingdom)

Matt Reason, East Anglian Daily Times, 25th Mar 2016.

Yobs set fire to historic Prestwick church and burn ivy from ancient walls

(United Kingdom)

Stuart Wilson, Daily Record, 25th Mar 2016.

Skulduggery at King's College Cambridge, as expensive 'library skull' goes missing

(United Kingdom)

Cambridge News, 24th Mar 2016.

Revealed: The bizarre items stolen from London's most popular museums

(United Kingdom)

Jamie Bullen, Evening Standard, 24th Mar 2016.

Paintings and drawings worth £110,000 stolen from house in Falmouth

(United Kingdom)

W. B. Gayle, West Briton, 24th Mar 2016.

Shakespeare's skull 'probably stolen' from Stratford grave

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 23rd Mar 2016.

Bins set alight inside ancient Wemyss cave

(United Kingdom)

Lori Cormack, Fife Today, 23rd Mar 2016.

Trio of rare Viking artefacts reported stolen from church at Sockburn, near Darlington

(United Kingdom)

Charlotte Bowe, The Northern Echo, 23rd Mar 2016.

CCTV images released after theft of rare urn from fine art dealer in Stamford

(United Kingdom)

Rutland & Stamford Mercury, 23rd Mar 2016.

Rare advertising boards stolen from museum in Ramsey

(United Kingdom)

The Hunts Post, 22nd Mar 2016.

Stolen artefacts stashed by British art dealer are returned to Italy

(Italy; United Kingdom)

AFP, The Guardian, 22nd Mar 2016.

UK teens face theft charges in Poland over Auschwitz items

(Poland; United Kingdom)

Associated Press, The Times of Israel, 21st Mar 2016.

Benin royals applaud Cambridge move on "Okukor"

(Nigeria; United Kingdom)

Vanguard, 21st Mar 2016.

Egyptian bid to buy Sekhemka statue back for £15m is 'unethical', says action group

(Egypt; United Kingdom)

Paul Lynch, Northampton Chronicle & Echo, 18th Mar 2016.

Britain hands over warship artefacts to ATM

(Malaysia; United Kingdom)

The Sun Daily, 18th Mar 2016.

Return Benin Bronze Cockerel, FG Pleads With British Govt

(Nigeria; United Kingdom)

Chika Okeke, Leadership, 18th Mar 2016.

Son of Punk To Burn Multi-Million Pound Collection Of Sex Pistols Memorabilia

(United Kingdom)

Artlyst, 16th Mar 2016.

France and Britain prepare for battle over Joan of Arc's ring

(United Kingdom; France)

Martin Bailey, The Art Newspaper, 16th Mar 2016.

When it comes to ancient treasures, are we owners, thieves or caretakers?

(United Kingdom)

Lynne Mortimer, Eastern Daily Press, 16th Mar 2016.

Fire destroys roof of historic Wythenshawe Hall in Manchester

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 15th Mar 2016.

Former teacher calls for valuable art to be returned for pupils

(United Kingdom)

Vanessa Thorpe, The Guardian, 12th Mar 2016.

Cathedral reopens home of historic order after thefts

(United Kingdom)

Diane King, Edinburgh Evening News, 12th Mar 2016.

Egyptian embassy could buy Sekhemka statue and loan it to British Museum

(United Kingdom; Egypt)

Paul Lynch, Northampton Chronicle & Echo, 11th Mar 2016.

World War I message that told troops conflict was over is stolen

(United Kingdom)

Dean Kirby, The Independent, 10th Mar 2016.

Man in court after stealing matchstick model of Darlington's covered market while drunk

(United Kingdom)

The Northern Echo, 10th Mar 2016.

Secret flight path of the Parthenon statue

(United Kingdom; Russia; Greece)

Sophia Kishkovsky, The Art Newspaper, 9th Mar 2016.

Chimpanzee in top hat and rhino head with fibreglass horn among TV props worth £100,000 stolen from taxidermy warehouse

(United Kingdom)

David Barrett, The Telegraph, 9th Mar 2016.

Cambridge is considering returning a stolen 100-year-old bronze cockerel to Nigeria

(United Kingdom; Nigeria)

Lily Kuo, Quartz, 9th Mar 2016.

Cambridge college removes stolen Benin bronze cockerel

(United Kingdom; Nigeria)

The News, 9th Mar 2016.

Benin Bronze "permanently removed" from Jesus hall

(United Kingdom; Nigeria)

Stevie Hertz, The Cambridge Student, 8th Mar 2016.

Egyptian ambassador proposes plan to share Sekhemka

(Egypt; United Kingdom)

Martin Bailey, The Art Newspaper, 8th Mar 2016.

Tracing the Legacies of Postwar UK's Lost and Damaged Public Artworks

(United Kingdom)

Claire Voon, Hyperallergic, 7th Mar 2016.

Egypt to send 293 artifacts to UK, historic lantern retrieved in London

(Egypt; United Kingdom)

Al-Masry Al-Youm, Egypt Independent, 7th Mar 2016.

From the Elgin marbles to the Cambridge cockerel, it's time to return stolen goods

(United Kingdom)

Jonathan Glennie, The Guardian, 7th Mar 2016.

India's Lost Treasures

(India; United Kingdom; Pakistan)

Tripti Nath, The Free Press Journal, 5th Mar 2016.

Stolen Abraham Barachin cup returned to Hull after 30 years

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 3rd Mar 2016.

Stolen sculpture prompts Cheltenham gallery appeal

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 3rd Mar 2016.

Banksy lawyers delayed geographical profiling study

(United Kingdom)

Jonathan Webb, BBC News, 3rd Mar 2016.

Lost painting found on steps of Cradley Library

(United Kingdom)

Sarah Cousin, Halesowen News, 3rd Mar 2016.

Police praised for museum thefts investigation

(United Kingdom; China)

Jonathan Knott, Museums Journal, 3rd Mar 2016.

RETURNED: 30-years after being stolen from Wilberfore Museum, precious Barachin cup is back in Hull

(United Kingdom)

Tareq Haddad, Hull Daily Mail, 2nd Mar 2016.

Museum raids: Cambridge Fitzwilliam unlikely to get jade back, says expert

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 1st Mar 2016.

Museums spending too little to prevent artefacts being stolen from their collections, expert warns

(United Kingdom)

Cahil Milmo, The Independent, 1st Mar 2016.

Failed rhino heist brings Dead Zoo Gang to justice

(United Kingdom; China)

Leo Hornak, PRI, 1st Mar 2016.

Gang may have stolen antiquities for Chinese market, says expert

(United Kingdom; China)

Jessica Elgot, The Guardian, 1st Mar 2016.

Fourteen men convicted of plotting to steal £57m of Chinese artefacts

(United Kingdom)

Pete Walker, The Guardian, 1st Mar 2016.

Manannan Mac Lír statue back in place at Binevenagh

(United Kingdom)

Seamus McKinney, The Irish News, 29th Feb 2016.

Bible valued £2,000 stolen as church thefts go on the rise in Powys

(United Kingdom)

Robert Doman, News North Wales, 29th Feb 2016.

Rathkeale Rovers: How an enthusiastic gardener and his Leylandii trimmings helped to bring gang leaders to justice

(United Kingdom)

Paul Peachey, The Independent, 29th Feb 2016.

Vandals destroy beloved Stirchley Park art mural by painting over Banksy-style images

(United Kingdom)

Alison Stacey, Birmingham Mail, 27th Feb 2016.

UK Imposes Export Ban on $2.9 Million Giacometti Sculpture

(United Kingdom)

Henri Neuendorf, ArtNet News, 26th Feb 2016.

'We think owl Kevin was stolen to order' – Baytree Owl Centre manager

(United Kingdom)

Spalding Guardian, 25th Feb 2016.

Police search for stolen 18th century prints

(United Kingdom)

East Grinstead Online, 25th Feb 2016.

Chelmsford Museum gold coin theft linked to national security alert

(United Kingdom)

Martin Bailey, The Art Newspaper, 24th Feb 2016.

Church congregation in shock after thieves steal priceless medieval stained glass window

(United Kingdom)

ITV News, 24th Feb 2016.

Cambridge church community devastated by theft of 'priceless' stained glass window

(United Kingdom)

Freya Leng, Cambridge News, 23rd Feb 2016.

Right-on students demand Cambridge removes bronze statue …because it was looted by Britain

(United Kingdom; Nigeria)

Charlie Peat, Express, 22nd Feb 2016.

Athenians' Association Turns to the European Court of Human Rights for the Parthenon Marbles

(Greece; United Kingdom)

Evgenia Choros, Greek Reporter, 19th Feb 2016.

BREAKING: Jesus College students vote to repatriate cockerel to Nigeria

(Nigeria; United Kingdom)

The Cambridge Student, 18th Feb 2016.

Stonehenge tourist bosses demand visitors stop chipping stones and selling them on eBay

(United Kingdom)

The Telegraph, 18th Feb 2016.

EDITORIAL: Restoring artifacts to their rightful owners

(United Kingdom; Australia)

Indiana Daily Student, 17th Feb 2016.

Bluestone is being chipped away on the Preseli Hills

(United Kingdom)

Sam Kurtz, Western Telegraph, 17th Feb 2016.

Picasso thief signs away right to haul

(United Kingdom)

Midweek Herald, 17th Feb 2016.

New 'paper trail' rules to help crack down on metal thieves

(United Kingdom)

Greg Russell, The National, 16th Feb 2016.

Why the UK replica furniture market is about to be hit by new copyright laws

(United Kingdom)

Tim Willis, The Independent, 15th Feb 2016.

Britain must free the blood-soaked queen of diamonds Koh-i-Noor

(United Kingdom; Pakistan; India)

Ben MacIntyre, The Australian, 13th Feb 2016.

Former Tory councillor convicted of stealing World War Two hero's bravery honour 'to pay mortgage' escapes jail

(United Kingdom)

Mike Lockley, Mirror, 11th Feb 2016.

Stolen mosque lamps to return to Egypt as Cairo museum houses new database

(Egypt; United Kingdom)

Tim Cornwell, The Art Newspaper, 11th Feb 2016.

From Artifice to Artefact

(United Kingdom)

Juliet Ceresole, V&A Blog, 10th Feb 2016.

Pakistan lays claim to the Koh-i-Noor diamond centrepiece to the Crown Jewels, claiming the gem was 'forcibly' taken by Britain

(United Kingdom; Pakistan; India)

Gianluca Mezzofiore, The Daily Mail, 8th Feb 2016.

Former Dealer of Art Forgeries Exhibits His Own (Legal) Paintings

(United Kingdom)

Gabrielle Bruney, Vice, 7th Feb 2016.

Old camcorder footage sparks fresh appeal over antique rail clock stolen in Nineties museum robbery

(United Kingdom)

Kirsten Elder, Belfast Telegraph, 5th Feb 2016.

Treasures Dug Up by Tomb Robbers Returned to Italy

(Italy; Switzerland; United Kingdom)

Megan Gannon, Live Science, 4th Feb 2016.

Mates have Banksy art stolen and flat trashed by Airbnb guests who left condoms and laughing gas

(United Kingdom)

Ollie McAteer, Metro, 3rd Feb 2016.

'Short-sighted' council 'lost opportunity to put Northampton on the map' by selling Sekhemka

(United Kingdom)

Nick Bieber, Northants Herald & Post, 3rd Feb 2016.

Hundreds of looted antiquities including mosaics from Pompeii and ancient sarcophagi are uncovered in Switzerland

(Switzerland; Italy; United Kingdom)

Hannah Roberts, The Daily Mail, 1st Feb 2016.

Disgraced British art dealer's priceless treasure trove discovered hidden in Geneva

(Switzerland; Italy; United Kingdom)

Nick Squires, The Telegraph, 1st Feb 2016.

Tate director backs Art Fund's call for UK export licence reform after Rembrandt fiasco

(United Kingdom)

Martin Bailey, The Art Newspaper, 1st Feb 2016.

Van Gogh's Garden at Auvers, once labelled a fake, gets its day in the sun at Royal Academy

(United Kingdom)

Vincent Noce, The Art Newspaper, 30th Jan 2016.

On the trail of the lost bulls: art detectives who track down missing public treasures

(United Kingdom)

Vanessa Thorpe, The Guardian, 30th Jan 2016.

Cecil Rhodes statue to remain at Oxford University

(United Kingdom)

Kevin Rawlinson, The Guardian, 29th Jan 2016.

Sekhemka Egyptian statue sale prompts museum ethics code change

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 28th Jan 2016.

Heartbroken pupils write letter to thieves to return Geevor Tin Mine artifacts

(United Kingdom)

Kirste Smith, The Cornishman, 28th Jan 2016.

Stolen art tracking companies ALR and ARG embroiled in 'bizarre' legal row

(United Kingdom)

Nick Clark, The Independent, 28th Jan 2016.

Man arrested over alleged theft of Roman coins from Chelmsford Museum

(United Kingdom)

Yellow Advertiser, 27th Jan 2016.

Banksy's Latest Mural Covered After Theft Attempt

(United Kingdom)

Henri Neuendorf, ArtNet News, 26th Jan 2016.

Art Loss Register faces competition complaint from Art Recovery Group

(United Kingdom)

Melanie Gerlis, The Art Newspaper, 26th Jan 2016.

Lords put pressure on UK government to sign Hague Convention this year

(United Kingdom)

Anny Shaw, The Art Newspaper, 21st Jan 2016.

The best places in England for unearthing lost treasure

(United Kingdom)

Laurence Cawley, BBC News, 17th Jan 2016.

'Stealing my painting from St Mary's Church in Beverley was like a plot from The Archers'

(United Kingdom)

Hull Daily Mail, 17th Jan 2016.

'Priceless' ball stolen from Dunblane Museum

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 14th Jan 2016.

Local councils resist temptation to cash-in on their art—for the time being

(United Kingdom)

Javier Pes, The Art Newspaper, 13th Jan 2016.

Theft from Dunblane Museum

(United Kingdom)

Forth Valley Police Division, 13th Jan 2016.

Can you help find this Co Down railway clock stolen 20 years ago?

(United Kingdom)

Sarah Scott, Belfast Live, 8th Jan 2016.

After plagiarism claims, Malaysian ad firm disqualified from Kancil awards

(Malaysia; United Kingdom)

The Malay Mail, 8th Jan 2016.

Channel 5 accused of supporting 'grave-robbing' over TV show Battlefield Recovery

(United Kingdom)

David Barnett, The Guardian, 8th Jan 2016.

Roman coins stolen from locked case at Chelmsford Museum

(United Kingdom)

Steve Neale, Yellow Advertiser, 5th Jan 2016.

Search is on for iconic sculpture

(United Kingdom)

Paul Broome, Hereford Times, 2nd Jan 2016.

Staffordshire Regiment Museum tracks down medals stolen from display 40 years ago

(United Kingdom)

Tamworth Herald, 2nd Jan 2016.

Country's 'one of a kind' cannon is stolen from garden

(United Kingdom)

Lauren Howard, Daily Echo, 2nd Jan 2016.

Thief stole painting from St Mary's Church in Beverley during wedding

(United Kingdom)

Lucy Leeson, Hull Daily Mail, 1st Jan 2016.

Two British teens to face trial over Auschwitz theft

(Poland; United Kingdom)

AFP, Yahoo News, 30th Dec 2015.

British Teens Indicted for Stealing Artifacts From Auschwutz-Birkenau Museum

(Poland; United Kingdom)

JTA, Haaretz, 30th Dec 2015.

Award-winning Malaysian agency seeks to contact UK designer after plagiarism claim

(Malaysia; United Kingdom)

Boo Su-Lyn, The Malay Mail, 30th Dec 2015.

£21,000 of war medals stolen in museum raid remain missing three years on

(United Kingdom)

Neil Vowles, The Argus, 30th Dec 2015.

'Nighthawks': Tracking the criminals plundering ancient sites with the latest equipment

(United Kingdom)

Cahal Milmo, The Independent, 30th Dec 2015.

Search is on for Sussex's missing public art

(United Kingdom)

Ben James, The Argus, 29th Dec 2015.

Top policeman calls for CCTV at Glasgow Necropolis

(United Kingdom)

Graham Fraser, BBC News, 26th Dec 2015.

Army sign up 'Monument Men' to save treasures from warzones

(United Kingdom)

Ben Farmer, The Telegraph, 25th Dec 2015.

Police hunt stolen painting

(United Kingdom)

Bordon Herald, 24th Dec 2015.

The Over-The-Hill-Mob: Inside England's Biggest Jewel Heist

(United Kingdom)

Nico Hines, The Daily Beast, 24th Dec 2015.

'Lost' £30m masterpiece now at risk of leaving UK

(United Kingdom)

DCMS, UK Government, 23rd Dec 2015.

Giraffe tongue among 103 items stolen from National Museum

(United Kingdom)

The Scotsman, 23rd Dec 2015.

Appeal launched to find lost Sheffield steel sculpture

(United Kingdom)

The Star, 21st Dec 2015.

Delight as Staffordshire Regiment's medals returned 40 years after they were stolen

(United Kingdom)

Lichfield Mercury, 21st Dec 2015.

Master forger who fooled world's art experts reveals how he created £444,000 fake statue in garden shed

(United Kingdom)

Paul Britton, Manchester Evening News, 19th Dec 2015.

Historic England on a mission to locate publicly subsidised art that has disappeared from view

(United Kingdom)

Cahal Milmo, The Independent, 15th Dec 2015.

Public artworks disappearing before our eyes, says heritage body

(United Kingdom)

Mark Brown, The Guardian, 15th Dec 2015.

Does Greece want its marbles back?

(Greece; United Kingdom)

George Vardas, Neos Kosmos, 14th Dec 2015.

Stolen relief of Egyptian King Seti I recovered from London

(Egypt; United Kingdom)

Nevine El-Aref, Ahram Online, 14th Dec 2015.

Three stolen Egyptian Mameluk-era lamps recovered from London and Sharjah

(Egypt; United Kingdom; United Arab Emirates)

Nevine El-Aref, Ahram Online, 14th Dec 2015.

Bulgarian Customs Prevent Smuggling of Ancient Coins, Artifacts into England

(Bulgaria; United Kingdom)

Novinite, 14th Dec 2015.

Return of the Monuments Men: New UK unit will save priceless artefacts from jihadis

(United Kingdom)

Patrick Williams, The Daily Star, 13th Dec 2015.

Banksy's sculpture 'The Drinker' is returned ten years after it was stolen by art activists but they have added their own special twist and scrawled 'Take the p***' on its plinth'

(United Kingdom)

Imogen Calderwood, The Daily Mail, 12th Dec 2015.

Sea god statue set to make welcome return

(United Kingdom)

News Letter, 11th Dec 2015.

UN Resolution Calls for Return of Parthenon Sculptures to Greece

(Greece; United Kingdom)

Philip Chrysopoulos, Greek Reporter, 11th Dec 2015.

Greece Will Not Further Pursue the Return of Parthenon Marbles

(Greece; United Kingdom)

A. Makris, Greek Reporter, 9th Dec 2015.

Another church hit by lead thefts – St Mary's in Cratfield the latest to be targeted

(United Kingdom)

Edmund Crosthwaite, East Anglian Daily Times, 8th Dec 2015.

Art collector tried to sell fake prints at Sotheby's to fund Brazilian lover's visa

(United Kingdom)

The Telegraph, 7th Dec 2015.

Two metal detecting friends fall out over which of them discovered a haul of 1,600 Roman coins worth £8,000 buried beneath a remote field

(United Kingdom)

Alex Matthews, The Daily Mail, 7th Dec 2015.

Indigenous objects return to Australia in new exhibition

(Australia; United Kingdom)

Amelia Caddy, Australian Geographic, 7th Dec 2015.

AP Vows to Bring Back Amaravati Artefacts from Brit Museum

(India; United Kingdom)

Express News Service, The New Indian Express, 6th Dec 2015.

The woman turning ancient buried treasure into jewellery

(United Kingdom)

Maev Kennedy, The Guardian, 3rd Dec 2015.

Pakistani lawyer files petition for return of Koh-i-noor crown jewels diamond

(United Kingdom; Pakistan; India)

Reuters, The Guardian, 3rd Dec 2015.

Leslie Waddington, art dealer - obituary

(United Kingdom)

The Telegraph, 2nd Dec 2015.

Police still searching for gold coins stolen from National Museum of Scotland

(United Kingdom)

Jonathan Knott, Museums Journal, 2nd Dec 2015.

Inuit shaman parka 'copied' by KTZ design well-studied by anthropologists

(Canada; United Kingdom)

Sima Sahar Zerehi, CBC, 2nd Dec 2015.

French national treasure recovered by The Art Loss Register

(France; United Kingdom)

Art Loss Register, 1st Dec 2015.

Police hunt owners of 600 pieces of artwork recovered from Opus Art Gallery in Stow on the Wold

(United Kingdom)

Western Daily Press, 1st Dec 2015.

Is this Leonardo da Vinci drawing a £100m masterpiece...or a worthless forgery

(United Kingdom)

Sadie Nicholas, Express, 30th Nov 2015.

Culture and jihad, grimly connected through the art market's "blood antiquities"

(United Kingdom)

The Economist, 30th Nov 2015.

STOLEN: Historic Woodhenge Bronze Plaques

(United Kingdom)

Spire FM, 28th Nov 2015.

Ancient Gravestone Used As Battering Ram In Lightning Jewelry Store Heist

(United Kingdom)

Lee Moran, Huffington Post, 27th Nov 2015.

Antique coins stolen from National Museum of Scotland 'worth £20,000'

(United Kingdom)

STV, 27th Nov 2015.

U.K. fashion house pulls copied Inuit design, here's their apology

(Canada; United Kingdom)

CBC, 27th Nov 2015.

SKULL THEFT FEUD: York travellers' site & 4 others raided, 7 arrests made, sub-machine guns seized - UPDATED

(United Kingdom)

The York Press, 27th Nov 2015.

Kirkcaldy Galleries tapestry theft remains a mystery

(United Kingdom)

Maggie Millar, Fife Today, 26th Nov 2015.

Encounters exhibition: a stunning but troubling collection of colonial plunder

(Australia; United Kingdom)

Paul Daley, The Guardian, 26th Nov 2015.

Oasis caricature worth £1,500 stolen from Lord Clifden pub

(United Kingdom)

Andy Richardson, Birmingham Mail, 23rd Nov 2015.

UK still a safe haven for dirty money, study finds

(United Kingdom)

Jim Armitage, The Independent, 23rd Nov 2015.

Images released over National Museum of Scotland coins theft

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 23rd Nov 2015.

Family threaten National Gallery with legal action over Matisse painting

(United Kingdom)

Dalya Alberge, The Guardian, 22nd Nov 2015.

Research project begins into effect of total ivory ban in the UK

(United Kingdom)

Roland Arkell, Antiques Trade Gazette, 20th Nov 2015.

'Toenail Hoard' of 500 coin clippings found in Forest of Dean

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 18th Nov 2015.

Sotheby's offers voluntary redundancies to cut costs

(United Kingdom; United States of America)

Anny Shaw, The Art Newspaper, 17th Nov 2015.

John Oliver explains why India is unlikely to get the Koh-i-Noor diamond back

(United Kingdom; India)

Sonam Joshi, Mashable, 17th Nov 2015.

Vandalised St Helen's Church rises from the ashes to be rebuilt at Beamish Museum

(United Kingdom)

Hannah Chapman, The Northern Echo, 12th Nov 2015.

Science Museum ends sponsorship deal with Shell

(United Kingdom)

Adam Vaughan, The Guardian, 12th Nov 2015.

Stolen Wrexham sheep 'Champion' found at the top of Dinas Bran

(United Kingdom)

Gary Porter, Daily Post, 11th Nov 2015.

Police trace stolen WW1 East Surrey regimental colours

(United Kingdom)

Surry Mirror, 8th Nov 2015.

John Lennon's guitar sold for $2.4m at auction

(United States of America; United Kingdom)

Reuters, The Guardian, 8th Nov 2015.

News Matisse portrait claim rejected by National Gallery

(United Kingdom)

Martin Bailey, The Art Newspaper, 7th Nov 2015.

Indians sue Queen for return of £100m jewel in the crown: Bollywood stars and businessmen launch legal battle over 105-carat diamond which they say was stolen from their country

(India; United Kingdom)

Robert Verkaik, The Daily Mail, 7th Nov 2015.

MMEA To Return Seized Artefacts From Warship To British Government

(Malaysia; United Kingdom)

Bernama, 6th Nov 2015.

Unionist parties in censorship row after demanding removal of painting showing 'Orangemen in KKK clothing'

(United Kingdom)

Nick Clark, The Independent, 6th Nov 2015.

Could Shakespeare's skull have been found? Why Church ruling means we may never know

(United Kingdom)

Emily Gosden, The Telegraph, 1st Nov 2015.

Literary vandal defaces the summit of Scafell Pike with poetry in permanent black ink

(United Kingdom)

Victoria Ward, The Telegraph, 30th Oct 2015.

UK gives £3m to protect Iraq antiquities from IS terrorism

(United Kingdom; Iraq)

BBC News, 28th Oct 2015.

Valuable painting of Paula Yates stolen in Hastings

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 28th Oct 2015.

Royal Institution to sell 'non-core' items

(United Kingdom)

Antiques Trade Gazette, 28th Oct 2015.

Ram-raiders used BULLDOZER to smash their way into an antiques shop causing £500,000 of damage – but left empty-handed because there was no cash in the safe

(United Kingdom)

James Dunn, The Daily Mail, 26th Oct 2015.

Unique painting stolen from Totnes pub for 'a drunken laugh

(United Kingdom)

C Abbott, Herald Express, 26th Oct 2015.

HMS Hermes thefts: Teynham man arrested

(United Kingdom)

Bess Browning, Kent Online, 23rd Oct 2015.

Farmer faces arrest after refusing to tear down mock castle he built without permission and hid behind straw bales

(United Kingdom)

Matthew Moore, The Independent, 22nd Oct 2015.

National Crime Agency Warns British Museums Against Imminent Threat of Organized Crime Rings

(United Kingdom)

Brian Boucher, ArtNet News, 21st Oct 2015.

Christie's to Auction Off Painting Looted During WWII as Part of Deal With Jewish Heirs

(France; United Kingdom; Italy)

Haaretz, 20th Oct 2015.

Police hunting art thief after four paintings worth more than £1,000 stolen from library

(United Kingdom)

Aban Quaynor, Lancashire Telegraph, 20th Oct 2015.

Dispute over Venetian painting seized by Vichy regime resolved after more than 70 years

(France; United Kingdom; Italy)

Anny Shaw, The Art Newspaper, 19th Oct 2015.

Rare £6,000 work of art stolen in rural break-in

(United Kingdom)

John Bynorth, The Herald, 18th Oct 2015.

From Caravaggio to Graham Ovenden: do artists' crimes taint their art?

(United Kingdom)

Emine Saner, The Guardian, 17th Oct 2015.

Northampton museums warned threat of attack is 'severe and imminent'

(United Kingdom)

Paul Lynch, Northampton Chronicle & Echo, 17th Oct 2015.

Exhibition to remember one of the real-life Monuments Men

(United Kingdom)

Leeza Clark, The Courier, 15th Oct 2015.

History wars: archaeologists battle to save our heritage from the nighthawks

(United Kingdom)

Mark Horton, The Conversation, 14th Oct 2015.

Elizabeth Hurley Booted From V&A Museum After Selfie on 16th-Century Bed

(United Kingdom)

Abigail Rowe, Observer, 13th Oct 2015.

Experts in the field of fakery

(United Kingdom)

Philip Mould, The Telegraph, 13th Oct 2015.

'Poisonous feud' poses a tricky conundrum at the Sherlock Holmes Museum

(United Kingdom)

David Barrett, The Telegraph, 13th Oct 2015.

Stolen Roman head artefact returned to Vindolanda museum

(United Kingdom)

Carl Fallowfield, Cumbria Crack, 12th Oct 2015.

Suffolk churches count 'devastating' cost of lead roof thefts

(United Kingdom)

Harriet Sherwood, The Guardian, 10th Oct 2015.

Sophisticated gangs using drones to target church roofs for their lead

(United Kingdom)

David Connett, The Independent, 9th Oct 2015.

Mystery of monks missing gravestone is finally solved

(United Kingdom)

Andy Done-Johnson, Chad, 9th Oct 2015.

Sikh temple ransacked with cash and gold artefacts stolen

(United Kingdom)

Dave Comeau, Crawley News, 8th Oct 2015.

Two arrested over death of Italian man found in London canal

(United Kingdom)

Josh Halliday, The Guardian, 8th Oct 2015.

Action group says DCMS lobbied it to fundraise for Sekhemka

(United Kingdom)

Patrick Steel, Museums Journal, 7th Oct 2015.

Harsher penalties for thieves targeting war memorials

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 6th Oct 2015.

How did a former Italian art thief end up dead in a London canal?

(United Kingdom)

Andrew Anthony, The Guardian, 4th Oct 2015.

Egypt's embassy in London restores smuggled pharaonic stele

(Egypt; United Kingdom)

The Cairo Post, 3rd Oct 2015.

Collapsed Hadrian's Wall repairs carried out

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 2nd Oct 2015.

Serious intention to raise funds to save Sekhemka Egyptian statue

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 2nd Oct 2015.

Chance For Locals To Turn Detective Over Art Forgery

(United Kingdom)

Bath Echo, 1st Oct 2015.

Body found in London canal identified as Italian national

(United Kingdom)

Jessica Elgot, The Guardian, 30th Sep 2015.

Stevenage Art Society's stolen mural found abandoned by 12-year-old schoolboy

(United Kingdom)

Oliver Pritchard, The Comet, 25th Sep 2015.

Police launch nationwide appeal to trace stolen Hertfordshire artwork

(United Kingdom)

Michael Steward, Dunmow Broadcast, 23rd Sep 2015.

Cambridge academic David Barrowclough jailed for six years after stealing £238k in lottery fraud

(United Kingdom)

Cambridge News, 23rd Sep 2015.

Hastings museum mascot missing

(United Kingdom)

Hastings & St. Leonards Observer, 22nd Sep 2015.

100,000-year-old animal bones stolen

(United Kingdom)

North Devon Journal, 22nd Sep 2015.

Precious treasure from the Shipwreck The London - could return to Southend

(United Kingdom)

Suzi Muston, Yellow Advertiser, 21st Sep 2015.

Thieves turn to stealing stone from roofs and graveyards to feed fashion for expensive home makeovers

(United Kingdom)

Sean Poulter, The Daily Mail, 21st Sep 2015.

Tate's Constable masterpiece, once Nazi loot, now set to leave UK

(United Kingdom)

Jamie Doward, The Guardian, 20th Sep 2015.

'We are heavy hearted' — Great Tapestry of Scotland stitchers speak out after panel is stolen

(United Kingdom)

Craig Smith, The Courier, 19th Sep 2015.

War medals stolen from 90 year-old man in Shoeburyness burglary

(United Kingdom)

ITV News, 17th Sep 2015.

Tapestry panel stolen from Kirkcaldy Galleries has yet to be found

(United Kingdom)

Fiona Dobie, Fife Today, 17th Sep 2015.

Church roof lead thieves labelled 'callous' after fifth Suffolk incident since end of August

(United Kingdom)

Ellis Barker, Ipswich Star, 17th Sep 2015.

Bristol council to keep Renoir painting sold at Nazi-organised auction

(United Kingdom)

Press Assocaition, The Guardian, 16th Sep 2015.

Lead Stolen from Church Roof

(United Kingdom)

Suffolk Constabulary, 15th Sep 2015.

Tapestry panel theft slammed in Borders

(United Kingdom)

The Southern Reporter, 15th Sep 2015.

Beauty, not folklore, may have been tapestry thief's main motivation

(United Kingdom)

Craig Smith, The Courier, 15th Sep 2015.

Gallery 'sold artist's paint spattered carpet' as her own work

(United Kingdom)

The Telegraph, 15th Sep 2015.

Wrexham sheep sculptures look for new home after two are stolen

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 14th Sep 2015.

Theft of Medieval Coins From Scottish Museum Linked to Strikes

(United Kingdom)

Henri Neuendorf, ArtNet News, 14th Sep 2015.

Activists occupy British Museum over BP sponsorship

(United Kingdom)

Kevin Rawlinson, The Guardian, 13th Sep 2015.

Rosslyn Chapel panel 'stolen from Great Tapestry of Scotland'

(United Kingdom)

Brian Ferguson, The Scotsman, 11th Sep 2015.

Thieves make off with museum's medieval coins

(United Kingdom)

John Connell, Edinburgh Evening News, 11th Sep 2015.

Painting of Royal Pavilion stolen from homeless artist

(United Kingdom)

Rachel Millard, The Argus, 10th Sep 2015.

British Panel Urges Tate to Return Looted Constable Painting, Again

(United Kingdom)

Doreen Carvajal, The New York Times, 10th Sep 2015.

Artist draws £15k art theft suspect from memory in bid to track her down

(United Kingdom)

Melanie Adams, Southern Daily Echo, 10th Sep 2015.

Painting stolen from church

(United Kingdom)

The Beverly Guardian, 7th Sep 2015.

This Ethiopian prince was kidnapped by Britain – now it must release him

(Ethiopia; United Kingdom)

Maaza Mengiste, The Guardian, 7th Sep 2015.

Vandals trash ancient leper hospital ruins

(United Kingdom)

Clacton Gazette, 6th Sep 2015.

Millions of pounds worth of paintings stolen from the country mansion of cider heir found by 'The Scream' sleuth

(United Kingdom)

Ian Gallagher, The Daily Mail, 6th Sep 2015.

Woman dressed as nurse wanted for art theft

(United Kingdom)

ITV News, 5th Sep 2015.

Britain has a 'hidden' art collection worth £3.5bn

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 4th Sep 2015.

Diver jailed for fraudulently selling three cannon found in UK waters

(United Kingdom; United States of America)

Steven Morris, The Guardian, 4th Sep 2015.

£1.5m ancient Greek statue looted from Libyan heritage site 'must be returned'

(Libya; United Kingdom)

David Mercer, The Independent, 2nd Sep 2015.

Thief steals war memorial plaque featuring his great-grandfather's name and tries to sell it for scrap

(United Kingdom)

Colin McNeill, The Herald, 31st Aug 2015.

Visitors to Orkney's Italian Chapel to be charged entrance fees

(United Kingdom)

Victoria Weldon, The Herald, 31st Aug 2015.

£32,000 stuffed wolf stolen from granddaughter of Charlie Watts 'by lads on night out'

(United Kingdom)

John Dunne, Evening Standard, 30th Aug 2015.

Donations made after drug addicts smash ancient Bodmin church window

(United Kingdom)

CG Oscar, Cornish Guardian, 27th Aug 2015.

Dismaland: Palestinian artist thrown out after protesting against Israeli works

(United Kingdom)

Chris Green, The Independent, 26th Aug 2015.

Unique 'knight's head' stolen from locked cabinet at the Museum of Transport Greater Manchester

(United Kingdom)

Beth Abbit, Manchester Evening News, 25th Aug 2015.

Statue 'might never be seen in public again'

(United Kingdom; Egypt)

Ian Johnston, IOL, 24th Aug 2015.

Great art forger continues to ridicule experts from beyond the grave

(United Kingdom)

Dalya Alberge, The Guardian, 24th Aug 2015.

Egypt in crowd-funding campaign to save ancient statue sold by UK museum

(United Kingdom; Egypt)

Ian Johnston, The Independent, 23rd Aug 2015.

Egypt's antiquities ministry urges Egyptians to donate to buy ancient statue sold by museum

(Egypt; United Kingdom)

Maram Mazen, Star Tribune, 22nd Aug 2015.

Museum theft sparks security review

(United Kingdom)

Times & Star, 21st Aug 2015.

Police hunt burglar after antique tea set stolen from stately home

(United Kingdom)

ITV News, 21st Aug 2015.

Thieves smash ancient Bodmin church window to steal collection box

(United Kingdom)

CG Oscar, Cornish Guardian, 19th Aug 2015.

Family to be compensated for Burrell Collection Nazi loot

(United Kingdom)

Nicola Sullivan, Museums Journal, 18th Aug 2015.

Bute House: 'No evidence' chandelier was looted from Nazi Germany

(United Kingdom)

STV, 17th Aug 2015.

Appeal after thieves steal Roman altar from museum

(United Kingdom)

Freya Findlay, News & Star, 17th Aug 2015.

'Disbelief' after £15,000 worth of art stolen from exhibition at Rookesbury Park, Wickham

(United Kingdom)

Emma Streatfield, Hampshire Chronicle, 17th Aug 2015.

BBC among broadcasters to repeatedly breach Ofcom broadcasting code over funded content

(United Kingdom)

Ian Burrell, The Independent, 17th Aug 2015.

Chandelier in First Minister's official residence 'may have been looted from Nazi Germany'

(United Kingdom)

The Herald, 16th Aug 2015.

Police hunt man after £100,000 panther sculpture stolen from art show

(United Kingdom)

Tom Marshall, Evening Standard, 14th Aug 2015.

2600 Zim artefacts looted

(Zimbabwe; United Kingdom)

Lovemore Mataire, The Herald, 14th Aug 2015.

Police taunt Manchester United fans on Twitter after theft from football museum

(United Kingdom)

Pete Bainbridge, Mirror, 13th Aug 2015.

Robert Mugabe tells Natural History Museum to return human skulls

(Zimbabwe; United Kingdom)

David Smith, The Guardian, 13th Aug 2015.

Wigan photography club treasurer accused of forging picture to win competition

(United Kingdom)

The Telegraph, 13th Aug 2015.

The search for a family's art treasures stolen by the Nazis

(Germany; United Kingdom)

Simon Goodman, The Irish Times, 13th Aug 2015.

Government extends Sekhemka export bar

(United Kingdom)

Patrick Steel, Museums Journal, 11th Aug 2015.

Call the special branch! Riddle as £15k 'Snake Stick' goes on sale - 40 years after disappearing from Lake District

(United Kingdom)

Chris Hastings, The Daily Mail, 9th Aug 2015.

Glasgow to pay compensation to family whose Burrell Collection art was lost to Nazis

(United Kingdom)

Phil Miller, Herald News, 8th Aug 2015.

Vandal carves initials into ancient Ring of Brodgar standing stones

(United Kingdom)

STV, 7th Aug 2015.

Outrage at desecration of St Columba's grave on Iona

(United Kingdom)

David Scott, Express, 7th Aug 2015.

Ramsgate Maritime Museum reopens after burglary damage

(United Kingdom)

James Rose, Kent Online, 5th Aug 2015.

Vandalised ancient boundary stone in Inverness is restored

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 4th Aug 2015.

If even Ai Weiwei can't trust the UK's visa system, who can?

(United Kingdom)

Mary Dejevsky, The Guardian, 3rd Aug 2015.

Letter box larceny: curious crimes bedevil Great Britain

(United Kingdom)

Nick Morrison, The China Post, 3rd Aug 2015.

Andy Warhol and Damien Hirst dealers investigated as buyers left with nothing

(United Kingdom)

Paul Gallagher, The Independent, 2nd Aug 2015.

The antiquities thief who became one of Britain's richest men

(Israel; United Kingdom)

Ofer Aderet, Haaretz, 2nd Aug 2015.

Art, royalties and other treasures of unclaimed estates

(United Kingdom)

Kevin Peachy, BBC News, 31st Jul 2015.

Palestinian artist's work to go on display in London after Channel 4's Jon Snow smuggles it out of Gaza

(Palestine; United Kingdom)

Nick Clark, The Independent, 31st Jul 2015.

Crucifixes and plaque of Christ discovered in Fulham estate

(United Kingdom)

Goolistan Cooper, Get West London, 31st Jul 2015.

New Technique May Identify Stolen Stones

(United Kingdom)

Archaeology, 30th Jul 2015.

Charity money and medals stolen in Ramsgate Maritime Museum raid

(United Kingdom)

Tom Barnes, Isle of Thanet Gazette, 29th Jul 2015.

Stolen Rodin sculpture recovered through lucky breaks, persistent chipping

(United States of America; United Kingdom)

David Ng, Los Angeles Times, 29th Jul 2015.

Museum in Cable St about women and suffragettes turns out to be 'Jack the Ripper'

(United Kingdom)

Mike Brooke, The Docklands & East London Advertiser, 28th Jul 2015.

Sekhemka statue export: PM David Cameron urged to "intervene"

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 26th Jul 2015.

Disgusted residents hope ancient DEATH CURSE will 'scare the s**t' out of neds who sprayed a penis and a swastika on a church

(United Kingdom)

Oliver Norton, Daily Record, 24th Jul 2015.

Cufflinks made from Bluebird car and worth £3,500 stolen from Beaulieu

(United Kingdom)

Christopher Yandell, Southern Daily Echo, 24th Jul 2015.

Latitude Festival golden heads art stolen

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 23rd Jul 2015.

Heartwarming honesty of car boot punter sees stolen medieval brass returned to Lincolnshire church

(United Kingdom)

East Lindsey Target, 22nd Jul 2015.

Enduring controversy: BP sponsorship ignites new row over British Museum's Indigenous exhibition

(Australia; United Kingdom)

Paul Daley, The Guardian, 21st Jul 2015.

Super-rich art collectors settle bitter dispute with dealer they treated 'like a son'

(United Kingdom)

The Telegraph, 20th Jul 2015.

Race to save priceless artefacts from the sunken HMS Victory after looters target its two nearest wrecks in the English Channel

(United Kingdom)

David Wilkes, The Daily Mail, 17th Jul 2015.

"When they are destroyed they are gone permanently": Museum asks detectorists not to melt Civil War musket and cannon balls

(United Kingdom)

Ben Miller, Culture 24, 16th Jul 2015.

Cheshire places of worship have almost 300 items stolen from them in three years

(United Kingdom)

Frances Barrett, The Chester Chronicle, 16th Jul 2015.

Meeting to tackle heritage crime at Bexhill Museum

(United Kingdom)

Bexhill-on-sea Observer, 16th Jul 2015.

Elderly man, 73, left 'devastated' by theft of World War Two Jeep from Imperial War Museum, Duxford

(United Kingdom)

Cambridge News, 15th Jul 2015.

Elgin debt relief

(United Kingdom; Greece)

Jonathan Foreman, Politico, 10th Jul 2015.

Meet the 'Sherlock Holmes' of the art world

(United Kingdom)

Jessica Berthereau, Yahoo News, 10th Jul 2015.

Essex Police leads national campaign targeting illegal treasure hunters

(United Kingdom)

Will Lodge, East Anglian Daily Times, 10th Jul 2015.

Theft threatens the future of Britain's historic churches

(United Kingdom)

Matthew Cooper, Apollo, 9th Jul 2015.

Rare Rodin sculpture stolen during $1 million Beverly Hills heist recovered in London

(United Kingdom; United States of America)

Matilda Battersby, The Independent, 9th Jul 2015.

Vandals spray paint tag on ancient St Andrews Harbour wall

(United Kingdom)

Michael Alexander, The Courier, 8th Jul 2015.

Bronze statue worth £40,000 stolen in brazen daytime raid in Mayfair

(United Kingdom)

Paul Gallagher, The Independent, 8th Jul 2015.

Cleveland artist Frank Oriti says London's National Portrait Gallery reports his painting safe after attempted theft

(United Kingdom)

Steven Litt, Cleveland.com, 8th Jul 2015.

Master forger makes rare appearance to help TV investigation into art fraud

(United Kingdom)

Liam Thorp, This is Lancashire, 6th Jul 2015.

A part of Tutmosis Karnak column arrives home from London

(Egypt; United Kingdom)

Nevine El-Aref, Ahram Online, 5th Jul 2015.

Museum hands back Renaissance riches linked to Nazi looters

(United Kingdom)

Anita Singh, The Telegraph, 5th Jul 2015.

Lowry's paintings are worth a fortune - but can you tell the real ones from the fakes?

(United Kingdom)

Terry Payne, Radio Times, 5th Jul 2015.

Looted in Syria – and sold in London: the British antiques shops dealing in artefacts smuggled by Isis

(United Kingdom; Syria)

Rachel Shabi, The Guardian, 3rd Jul 2015.

Missing Dutch art is discovered in Sussex

(United Kingdom; Netherlands)

Rachel Millard, The Argus, 3rd Jul 2015.

Rare books: Foiling the thiefs

(United Kingdom)

The Economist, 2nd Jul 2015.

Rare Victorian perfume bottle stolen from Burton Constable Hall

(United Kingdom)

Lucy Leeson, Hull Daily Mail, 2nd Jul 2015.

Paintings stolen decades ago returning to Amsterdam Museum

(United Kingdom; Netherlands)

Janene Van Jaarsveldt, NL Times, 2nd Jul 2015.

Signing up to the Hague Convention will do nothing to stop ISIS

(United Kingdom)

Tiffany Jenkins, Apollo, 30th Jun 2015.

Museum searching for 'devastated' boy who accidentally smashed ancient jug

(United Kingdom)

Oliver Wheaton, Metro, 29th Jun 2015.

Security alert after historic stone artefact stolen from church

(United Kingdom)

Stuart Minting, Darlington & Stockton Times, 29th Jun 2015.

Stone thieves are dismantling Yorkshire's heritage, warn police

(United Kingdom)

Jamie Doward, The Guardian, 27th Jun 2015.

Holy Grail found (thanks to Crimewatch appeal)

(United Kingdom)

John Bingham, The Telegraph, 26th Jun 2015.

Tome Raiders: Rare Items Stolen From Libraries

(United Kingdom)

Richard Suchet, Sky News, 25th Jun 2015.

Art dealer admits selling fake paintings

(United Kingdom)

Steven Morris, The Guardian, 25th Jun 2015.

Nazi-looted painting from Munich fetches close to $3m

(Germany; United Kingdom)

Ruth Holmes, The Times of Israel, 24th Jun 2015.

UK to adopt Hague Convention to protect artefacts in war zones

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 21st Jun 2015.

New Documentary Hopes To Shed Light On Banksy Artwork Heist

(United Kingdom)

Artlyst, 18th Jun 2015.

U-boat propeller returned to Germany

(United Kingdom; Germany)

Belfast Telegraph, 16th Jun 2015.

Diver Pleads Guilty to Fraud Involving Historic Cannons

(United Kingdom)

Eric Haun, Marine Link, 15th Jun 2015.

Vindolanda thieves steal face from 2,000 year-old Roman statue

(United Kingdom)

Mike Kelly, Chronicle, 10th Jun 2015.

Heritage Watch scheme launched at Hedingham Castle

(United Kingdom)

East Anglian Daily Times, 10th Jun 2015.

Church's stolen statue head found on ebay after two years and returned to Forest of Dean

(United Kingdom)

Gloucester Citizen, 9th Jun 2015.

German Expressionist Kollwitz print stolen from Leicester's New Walk Museum

(United Kingdom)

Dan J. Martin, Leicester Mercury, 8th Jun 2015.

Digital Monuments Men wage online war against Islamic State looting

(United Kingdom; Iraq; Syria)

Ben Farmer, The Telegraph, 6th Jun 2015.

British Museum 'guarding' object looted from Syria

(United Kingdom; Syria)

BBC News, 5th Jun 2015.

Duke rejects £4.25 million claim over return of stolen da Vinci

(United Kingdom)

The Telegraph, 5th Jun 2015.

Sotheby's Cancels Auction of Stolen Aivazovsky Painting

(Russia; United Kingdom)

Asbarez, 2nd Jun 2015.

Swepstone church roof stripped of £50k of lead

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 1st Jun 2015.

Sotheby's puts famous Russian painting on sale despite claims it was stolen

(Russia; United Kingdom)

RT, 31st May 2015.

Egypt to recover Mamluk vase

(Egypt; United Kingdom)

Nevine El-Aref, Ahram Online, 27th May 2015.

'Stolen' Beothuk remains need to come home from Scotland, Mi'sel Joe says

(United Kingdom; Canada)

CBC, 25th May 2015.

'We didn't really think we'd get away with it': The astonishing story of how two young Irish men completed an audacious £7m art heist

(United Kingdom)

Cahal Milmo, The Independent, 22nd May 2015.

Detectives unearth scores of church thefts dating back 10 years

(United Kingdom)

Steven Morris, The Guardian, 20th May 2015.

Stolen 15th-century Torbryan church icons recovered by police

(United Kingdom)

Steven Morris, The Guardian, 19th May 2015.

Rare book experts join forces to stop tome raiders

(United Kingdom)

Dalya Alberge, The Guardian, 17th May 2015.

We must save Palmyra or the maniacs will raze civilisation

(Syria; United Kingdom)

Boris Johnson, The Telegraph, 17th May 2015.

Greece snubs Amal Clooney over Elgin Marbles

(Greece; United Kingdom)

Nick Squires, The Telegraph, 14th May 2015.

Love Activists: 'Stolen' war memorial plaque is 'hidden behind a radiator'

(United Kingdom)

John Siddle, Liverpool Echo, 13th May 2015.

Greece drops option of legal action in British Museum Parthenon marbles row

(Greece; United Kingdom)

Helena Smith, The Guardian, 13th May 2015.

Missing 13th-Century Painting to be Returned to Owners in Court Settlement

(United States of America; Switzerland; United Kingdom)

Tom Mashberg, The New York Times, 12th May 2015.

Challenge for Bamber Gascoigne as thieves steal valuable auction items

(United Kingdom)

Patrick Sawer, The Telegraph, 12th May 2015.

Elgin Marbles: Greece should take UK to court over sculptures, claim human rights lawyers

(Greece; United Kingdom)

Ian Johnston, The Independent, 12th May 2015.

Stolen art returned to Herefordshire churches

(United Kingdom)

Bill Tanner, Hereford Times, 7th May 2015.

Stolen Lowry paintings are being used as currency by drug-dealing crime bosses says victim of £1m art heist

(United Kingdom)

Neal Keeling, Manchester Evening News, 6th May 2015.

Police probe theft of Roman artefacts from Melrose Abbey

(United Kingdom)

The Herald, 5th May 2015.

Egypt urged to expedite efforts to keep Sekhemka statue on display

(United Kingdom; Egypt)

Marwan Sultan, Ahram Online, 11th Apr 2015.

How Alan Turing's secret notebook could disappear forever

(United Kingdom)

Rob Crilly, The Telegraph, 11th Apr 2015.

Kim Roberts, who stole Picasso sketch and antiques and art from Countess Bathurst, faces jail

(United Kingdom)

Gloucestershire Echo, 9th Apr 2015.

Preservation or plunder? The battle over the British Museum's Indigenous Australian show

(United Kingdom; Australia)

Paul Daley, The Guardian, 9th Apr 2015.

Fabergé thief who flogged antiques worth £700k for just £100 is jailed

(United Kingdom)

The Telegraph, 8th Apr 2015.

Fabergé Egg Thief Pleads Guilty In London Courtroom

(United Kingdom)

Artlyst, 6th Apr 2015.

RJ Mitchell cigarette case returned to Solent Sky Museum

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 4th Apr 2015.

Court sits at British Museum for first time as judge studies looted Libyan sculpture

(United Kingdom; Libya)

Victoria Ward, The Telegraph, 30th Mar 2015.

Export bar on ancient Egyptian treasure sold by Northampton council

(United Kingdom)

Caroline Davies, The Guardian, 30th Mar 2015.

Greece condemns British Museum's refusal to allow mediation over ancient Parthenon sculptures

(Greece; United Kingdom)

AFP, ABC Australia, 29th Mar 2015.

Detecting trouble: The treasure hunters digging up our heritage

(United Kingdom)

Maria Chiorando, Kent News, 28th Mar 2015.

UK can't find cash to save looted antiquities

(United Kingdom)

Laura Pitel, The Times, 27th Mar 2015.

'Rebel' museums face funding blacklist

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 27th Mar 2015.

Tate seeks rethink over 'looted' Constable seascape

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 27th Mar 2015.

The Parthenon Sculptures in the British Museum: UNESCO mediation proposal

(United Kingdom; Greece)

Richard Lambert, The British Museum, 26th Mar 2015.

Bones of Scot set for reburial after grave robbery

(United Kingdom)

Tim Bugler, The Scotsman, 25th Mar 2015.

Crucial piece of England's highest mountain pinched… and we want it back!

(United Kingdom)

Carl Fallowfield, Cumbria Crack, 25th Mar 2015.

Museum raids: Man admits role in thefts across England

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 23rd Mar 2015.

Gang of eleven deny stealing high value museum artefacts, including from the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge

(United Kingdom)

Kath Sansom, Wisbech Standard, 23rd Mar 2015.

Digging for treasure: Is 'nighthawking' stealing our past?

(United Kingdom)

Lauren Potts, BBC News, 21st Mar 2015.

SXSW Documentary Shows You How to Sell a Stolen Banksy

(United Kingdom)

Sarah Cascone, ArtNews, 18th Mar 2015.

Wickenby Museum removes Icarus figure from war memorial for fear of theft

(United Kingdom)

Lincolnshire Echo, 18th Mar 2015.

Sign me up to fight Islamic State's demolition of the past

(United Kingdom; Iraq; Syria)

Boris Johnson, The Telegraph, 15th Mar 2015.

Fake Ancient Egyptian artefact used by Tsar Alexander III of Russia sold to buyer from Denmark at Folkestone auction

(United Kingdom; Russia; Denmark)

Matt Leclere, Kent Online, 3rd Mar 2015.

HMS Victory recovery engulfed in controversy as Labour MP accuses key players of 'scam'

(United Kingdom)

Cahal Milmo, The Independent, 3rd Feb 2015.

The palace of shame that makes China angry

(China; United Kingdom)

Chris Bowlby, BBC News, 2nd Feb 2015.

UK creates £30m fund to fight cultural destruction

(United Kingdom)

Martin Bailey, The Art Newspaper, 4th Jan 2015.

Elgin marbles are not political pawns

(United Kingdom; Greece; Russia)

Tifanny Jenkins, The Scotsman, 6th Dec 2014.

Parthenon marbles loaned to Russian museum

(Russia; Greece; United Kingdom)

Helena Smith, The Guardian, 5th Dec 2014.

Parthenon marbles: Greece furious over British loan to Russia

(Russia; Greece; United Kingdom)

Helena Smith, The Guardian, 5th Dec 2014.

Ancient Kyrgyz Jewelry Sold At Auction Not Officially Exported

(Kyrgyzstan; United Kingdom)

Radio Free Europe, 4th Dec 2014.

Devenish Island: Vandals damage ancient gravestone

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 27th Nov 2014.

2 ancient Islamic lanterns surface in London

(Egypt; United Kingdom)

Rany Mostafa, The Cairo Post, 25th Nov 2014.

The 'Rathkeale Rovers': 13 men charged with stealing rhino horns and museum antiquities

(United Kingdom; Ireland)

Paul Peachy, The Independent, 6th Nov 2014.

The art world's shame: why Britain must give its colonial booty back

(United Kingdom)

Jonathan Jones, The Guardian, 4th Nov 2014.

UK cultural institutions leave their WWI cases empty to protest insane copyright

(United Kingdom)

Boing Boing, BoingBoing, 2nd Nov 2014.

Arrest over bid to steal Eric Morecambe statue

(United Kingdom)

Breitbart, 12th Oct 2014.

Egyptian airport officials seize smuggled Ottoman-era coins

(Egypt; United Kingdom)

Nevine El-Aref, Ahram Online, 10th Oct 2014.

Egyptian Sekhemka Statue: Trials and Tribulations of Northampton Museum Private Auction Row

(United Kingdom)

Mary-Ann Russon, Yahoo News, 7th Oct 2014.

Mystery holes on Malvern Hills are blamed on rogue metal detector enthusiasts

(United Kingdom)

Robert Hale, Worcester News, 6th Sep 2014.

LARPing Enters the Archaeological Record

(United Kingdom)

Martin R., Science Blogs, 3rd Sep 2014.

Thieves steal nine ceremonial uniforms

(United Kingdom)

The Herald, 3rd Sep 2014.

Investments in Antiquities Pay Off in Museum in the South of France

(France; United Kingdom)

Geraldine Fabrikant, The New York Times, 2nd Sep 2014.

Metal detector enthusiasts denied detecting by beach owner

(United Kingdom)

Whitstable Times, Canterbury Times, 1st Sep 2014.

Are county's historic archives for sale? Council denies speculation

(United Kingdom)

Tom Edwards, Worcester News, 8th Aug 2014.

Police Raid Pub In 'Holy Grail' Relic Hunt

(United Kingdom)

Sky News, 7th Aug 2014.

Vandals use tractor stolen from museum to churn up golf greens

(United Kingdom)

Durham Times, 7th Aug 2014.

Where's Clyde? Vandals wreck statues while one disappears entirely from Ibrox…and now he is gone for good

(United Kingdom)

The Herald, 7th Aug 2014.

The art collector, a disputed Van Gogh, a weekly paper and the BBC...

(United Kingdom)

The Guardian, 11th Jul 2014.

Nigeria: Reps Urge UK to Repatriate Stolen Artefacts

(Nigeria; United Kingdom)

Rotimi Akinwumi, All Africa, 11th Jul 2014.

Sale of Egyptian Statue By English Museum Draws Criticism

(United Kingdom; Egypt)

Tom Mashberg, The New York Times, 11th Jul 2014.

Egypt fails to retrieve ancient statue before sale at UK auction

(United Kingdom; Egypt)

Al-Masry Al-Youm, Egypt Independent, 11th Jul 2014.

Van Gogh' painting is not family heirloom, owner admits

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 9th Jul 2014.

Egyptian bid to stop Northampton's ancient statue sale

(United Kingdom; Egypt)

BBC News, 8th Jul 2014.

Nigeria: Benin Monarch, NCMM Disagree Over Reception for Returning Antiquities

(Nigeria; United Kingdom)

Simon Ebegbulem, All Africa, 5th Jun 2014.

Angels and paintings vandalised at Tintagel Parish Church

(United Kingdom)

Cornish Guardian, 4th Jun 2014.

Stuffed giraffe to have stolen tongue reattached

(United Kingdom)

Edinburgh News, 8th May 2014.

London's Victoria and Albert Museum willing to lend Eros head to Istanbul

(Turkey; United Kingdom)

Hurriyet Daily News, 5th May 2014.

Reward offered over Henry Moore sculpture theft

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 11th Apr 2014.

Police Scotland chief in gold wreath legal wrangle

(United Kingdom)

Chris Marshall, The Scotsman, 5th Apr 2014.

Stolen paintings hung on Italian factory worker's wall for almost 40 years

(Italy; United Kingdom)

Lizzy Davies, The Guardian, 2nd Apr 2014.

Unique 600-year-old brass plaque stolen from Herefordshire church

(United Kingdom)

Hereford Times, 2nd Apr 2014.

Auction houses should do more to root out looted antiquities

(United Kingdom; United States of America)

Christos Tsirogiannis, Apollo, 2nd Apr 2014.

Stolen armour and weapony worth thousands returned to Stansted Mountfitchet castle

(United Kingdom)

Cambridge News, 1st Apr 2014.

Museum porcelain may have been looted by Nazis

(United Kingdom)

David Sanderson, The Times, 29th Mar 2014.

Fury over the National Geographic channel historians digging up Second World War graves

(United Kingdom; Poland; Latvia)

Guy WalterS, The Daily Mail, 28th Mar 2014.

TV Series Is Criticized in Handling of Deceased

(United Kingdom; Poland; Latvia)

Tom Mashberg, The New York Times, 28th Mar 2014.

Tate to return Constable painting looted by Nazis

(Hungary; United Kingdom)

Padraic Flanagan, The Telegraph, 28th Mar 2014.

Sevso treasure items repatriated by Hungarian government after UK sale

(Hungary; United Kingdom)

Dalza Alberge, The Guardian, 27th Mar 2014.

Ancient Roman Seuso-treasure repatriated to Hungary

(Hungary; United Kingdom)

Prime Minister's Office, Hungarian Government, 26th Mar 2014.

Hungary buys back Roman"family silver" for $20 million

(Hungary; United Kingdom)

Marton Dunai, Reuters, 26th Mar 2014.

Britain urged to sign up to shipwreck treaty to protect underwater heritage

(United Kingdom)

Dalya Alberge, The Guardian, 23rd Mar 2014.

The New Stolen-Art Tracker Opens Its Doors

(United Kingdom)

Judith A. Dobrzynski, Real Clear Arts, 18th Mar 2014.

BBC art experts make mistake over 'Constable'

(United Kingdom)

The Telegraph, 16th Mar 2014.

German archaeologist suggests British Museum's Warren Cup could be forgery

(United Kingdom)

Dalya Alberge, The Guardian, 12th Mar 2014.

Newly-discovered Anglo-Saxon village 'stripped of valuable artefacts by thieves'

(United Kingdom)

Bill Gardner, The Telegraph, 12th Mar 2014.

Rendlesham: Nighthawks may have raided Saxon treasure at Suffolk's 'village of the kings'

(United Kingdom)

Richard Cornwell, Ipswich Star, 11th Mar 2014.

Antiquities dealers liven up the London art scene

(United Kingdom)

Susan Moore, Financial Times, 7th Mar 2014.

Ex-BBC man attempted to sell artefact plundered in Arab Spring

(Egypt; United Kingdom)

Paul Peachey, The Independent, 7th Mar 2014.

Damien Hirst artwork theft: police release CCTV footage

(United Kingdom)

Press Association, 18th Dec 2013.

Damien Hirst artworks worth £33,000 stolen from London gallery

(United Kingdom)

Haroon Siddique, The Guardian, 11th Dec 2013.

Egypt challenges a UK auctioneer over 200 'stolen' antiquities

(Egypt; United Kingdom)

Ahram Online, 1st May 2013.

Police reveal DNA clue in theft of £50m Leonardo da Vinci and second art break-in

(United Kingdom)

Paul O'Hare, Daily Record, 1st Jul 2012.

Gerald Laing sculpture stolen from Kelvingrove Museum

(United Kingdom)

BBC News, 22nd Feb 2012.

Scottish police recover paintings stolen in 1990s

(United Kingdom)

Emine Sinmaz, The Guardian, 20th Jan 2011.

Greece demands return of stolen heritage

(Greece; United Kingdom; United States of America)

Helena Smith, The Guardian, 11th Jul 2006.

Oxford Union accused of bias over marble debate

(Greece; United Kingdom)

Polly Curtis, The Guardian, 11th May 2004.

New shots in Marbles battle

(Greece; United Kingdom)

John Ezard, The Guardian, 15th Jan 2004.

Virtual intervention in battle over Parthenon marbles

(Greece; United Kingdom)

Fiachra Gibbons, The Guardian, 7th Oct 2003.

Italian loan puts marbles pressure on British Museum

(Greece; United Kingdom; Italy)

Fiachra Gibbons, The Guardian, 13th Dec 2002.

Museum sinks hope of marbles deal

(Greece; United Kingdom)

Fiachra Gibbons, The Guardian, 13th Nov 2002.

Greeks offer deal to get marbles back

(Greece; United Kingdom)

Helena Smith, The Guardian, 11th Nov 2002.

Elgin Marbles 'should be shared' with Greece

(Greece; United Kingdom)

Vanessa Thorpe, The Guardian, 13th Jan 2002.

Greece presses for loan deal on Elgin marbles

(Greece; United Kingdom)

John Ezard, The Guardian, 20th Aug 2001.

Greek weapon in fight for marbles

(Greece; United Kingdom)

John Ezard, The Guardian, 22nd Jun 2001.