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Police officer who arrested Rashan Charles cleared of misconduct
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Police officer who arrested Rashan Charles cleared of misconduct
August, 15 2018
Chelsea Manning to discuss Cambridge Analytica during London visit
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Chelsea Manning to discuss Cambridge Analytica during London visit
August, 14 2018
UK police find family of man who lay dead in tent for up to a year
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UK police find family of man who lay dead in tent for up to a year
August, 10 2018
Windrush citizens still waiting for cases to be resolved
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Windrush citizens still waiting for cases to be resolved
August, 10 2018
Nine-year-old chess prodigy told he can stay in UK
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Nine-year-old chess prodigy told he can stay in UK
August, 10 2018
Eating disorder patients sent miles from home as Suffolk centre lies empty
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Eating disorder patients sent miles from home as Suffolk centre lies empty
August, 9 2018
Suspect falls through ceiling and into arms of the law in Birmingham
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Suspect falls through ceiling and into arms of the law in Birmingham
August, 8 2018
Superdrug first large UK retailer to sell HIV self-testing kits
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Superdrug first large UK retailer to sell HIV self-testing kits
August, 8 2018
Met police obtain CCTV footage in Deptford arson murder inquiry
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Met police obtain CCTV footage in Deptford arson murder inquiry
August, 8 2018
Scottish figures 'point to hidden UK crisis in tranquiliser abuse'
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Scottish figures 'point to hidden UK crisis in tranquiliser abuse'
August, 5 2018
Tongue splitting poses serious risk to health, say surgeons
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Tongue splitting poses serious risk to health, say surgeons
August, 3 2018
Websites offering vaginal rejuvenation put women at risk, warn doctors
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Websites offering vaginal rejuvenation put women at risk, warn doctors
August, 3 2018
Visa battle to keep child chess prodigy Shreyas Royal in the UK
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Visa battle to keep child chess prodigy Shreyas Royal in the UK
August, 3 2018
'She was braver than me': 12-day-old girl has first tooth removed
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'She was braver than me': 12-day-old girl has first tooth removed
August, 3 2018
Struggling ambulance trust considers using volunteer drivers
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Struggling ambulance trust considers using volunteer drivers
August, 2 2018
Mark of Kane: engraved £5 note sparks Wales treasure hunt
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Mark of Kane: engraved £5 note sparks Wales treasure hunt
August, 2 2018
Newquay pub suspends bouncer accused of sexual harassment
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Newquay pub suspends bouncer accused of sexual harassment
August, 1 2018
UK gangs 'using vulnerable people's homes to stash drugs'
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UK gangs 'using vulnerable people's homes to stash drugs'
August, 1 2018
'It's a dump': why Thurrock was voted England’s worst services
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'It's a dump': why Thurrock was voted England’s worst services
July, 27 2018
Rashan Charles: why ex-Met officer great-uncle rejects inquest verdict
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Rashan Charles: why ex-Met officer great-uncle rejects inquest verdict
July, 25 2018
Revealed: loopholes that let opiate addicts buy hundreds of pills online
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Revealed: loopholes that let opiate addicts buy hundreds of pills online
July, 25 2018
Chinatown businesses shut in protest against Home Office raids
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Chinatown businesses shut in protest against Home Office raids
July, 24 2018
Have you experienced bullying in academia? Share your stories
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Have you experienced bullying in academia? Share your stories
July, 24 2018
Hodge stands by comments accusing Corbyn of antisemitism
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Hodge stands by comments accusing Corbyn of antisemitism
July, 23 2018
The immigration crisis facing London's Chinatown
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The immigration crisis facing London's Chinatown
July, 21 2018
Ex-teacher at London private school charged with sexual offences
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Ex-teacher at London private school charged with sexual offences
July, 20 2018
Record number of anti-Muslim attacks reported in UK last year
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Record number of anti-Muslim attacks reported in UK last year
July, 20 2018
Asthma deaths rise 25% amid growing air pollution crisis
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Asthma deaths rise 25% amid growing air pollution crisis
July, 18 2018
Comedian 'humiliated' as guard disputes use of train's disabled space
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Comedian 'humiliated' as guard disputes use of train's disabled space
July, 17 2018
Nearly 8 million people providing care for family members without pay
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Nearly 8 million people providing care for family members without pay
July, 15 2018
Steve Bannon calls for Tommy Robinson to be released from prison
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Steve Bannon calls for Tommy Robinson to be released from prison
July, 15 2018
Teenager becomes third British person to die at Magaluf complex
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Teenager becomes third British person to die at Magaluf complex
July, 15 2018
Richard Bacon brought out of induced coma after pneumonia treatment
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Richard Bacon brought out of induced coma after pneumonia treatment
July, 13 2018
Rise in people seeking help over prescription pills bought online
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Rise in people seeking help over prescription pills bought online
July, 13 2018
'Preposterous': Khan hits back at Trump over crime and terrorism
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'Preposterous': Khan hits back at Trump over crime and terrorism
July, 13 2018
Disabled passengers 'treated unacceptably' at four UK airports
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Disabled passengers 'treated unacceptably' at four UK airports
July, 13 2018
Northern Irish girl waiting for cannabis oil licence hospitalised
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Northern Irish girl waiting for cannabis oil licence hospitalised
July, 11 2018
Buddhist group leader steps down over sexual assault claims
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Buddhist group leader steps down over sexual assault claims
July, 11 2018
The photographer who captures the life and times of Boris Johnson
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The photographer who captures the life and times of Boris Johnson
July, 10 2018
Tweeting jailbirds: social media use by prisoners triples
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Tweeting jailbirds: social media use by prisoners triples
July, 9 2018
Save the Children UK expects income to fall by £67m
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Save the Children UK expects income to fall by £67m
July, 9 2018
Home Office faces legal challenge over UK child citizenship fees
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Home Office faces legal challenge over UK child citizenship fees
July, 3 2018
Sajid Javid looks into easing rules on medical cannabis prescription
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Sajid Javid looks into easing rules on medical cannabis prescription
July, 3 2018
Man accused of killing his date in speedboat accident not in court
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Man accused of killing his date in speedboat accident not in court
July, 2 2018
Decision to ban protests at London abortion clinic upheld
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Decision to ban protests at London abortion clinic upheld
July, 2 2018
IVF services slashed in England as NHS bosses cut costs
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IVF services slashed in England as NHS bosses cut costs
June, 29 2018
'How many IVF cycles an area offers isn't always clear'
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'How many IVF cycles an area offers isn't always clear'
June, 29 2018
MP breaks House of Commons taboo by discussing her period
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MP breaks House of Commons taboo by discussing her period
June, 28 2018
UK nurse is first person convicted under modern slavery laws
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UK nurse is first person convicted under modern slavery laws
June, 28 2018
Couple say court ruling is 'a step forward' for humanist weddings
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Couple say court ruling is 'a step forward' for humanist weddings
June, 28 2018
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