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Tom Watson To Be Quizzed Over Brittan Claims
Labour deputy leader Tom Watson is to face MPs' questions over his pursuit of sex abuse allegations against the late Lord Brittan.
Autumn Chill Set To Replace Indian Summer
An unseasonal cold snap in Eastern Europe has led to the earliest migration of the Bewick's swan to Britain since records began.
UK Rises To Fourth In World Wealth Chart
The first decline in global wealth since 2008 is down to the strong dollar and weaker stock markets, a report says.
UK.gov suspends broadband connection voucher scheme
'Funds fully committed,' crows DCMS The government has suspended its broadband connection voucher scheme, following last month's announcement that more than 40,000 SMEs had got
Becky Watts Jury Shown 'Murder' Scene
The jury is shown the teenager's bedroom where she is thought to have been suffocated and the home where she was dismembered.
Boy's Shooting Linked To Gangland Feud
Police investigating the shooting of a seven-year-old boy and his mother in Salford say they are linking it to a gangland feud.
Police Increase Taser Use On Children
A policeman unholstered his Taser in front of a nine-year-old boy in one of 158 cases involving children under 16 last year.
Carey Mulligan Reveals New Daughter's Name
The Suffragette star and her husband Marcus Mumford have kept quiet about the birth of their first baby until now.
Hate Crimes Increase 18% To 52,528 In 2014/15
Police in England and Wales recorded 52,528 hate crimes in 2014/15 - an increase of 18% on the previous year.
Final Royal Mail Sale A 'Disgrace' Says Union
The full privatisation of Royal Mail has been completed in a process that has proved controversial on many levels.