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Alice Gross has been missing for three days

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Professor David Latchman and members of his research team have retracted or corrected up to eight studies following an inquiry by fellow academics

Sadiq Khan, the MP for Tooting and shadow Justice Secretary, said it appeared to him that government policies were disproportionately benefiting older voters

Labour: We will cut luxury lodgings exclusively used by High Court judges

Labour will announce that they will cut the fifteen permanent residences in UK cities to save £2.9 million a year from the Ministry of Justice budget

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Police officers could be charged for 'calling alleged domestic violence victim 'f*****g slag' and 'b***h'

The police complaints watchdog has referred their case to the Crown Prosecution Service

80-year-old murdered pensioner Cynthia Beamond

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Mr Barnes, who denied both murders, was found hanged in his cell at HMP Hewell in Redditch on Sunday

Clare Wood, who was killed by her ex-partner in Salford

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Thousands ask to see criminal records in scheme launched after woman was killed by ex-boyfriend

Friends of Lord Brittan, who died last week, said his final months had been clouded by a ‘smear campaign’

Leon Brittan sex abuse allegations: Two come forward to claim they were abused by former Home Secretary

Lord Brittan, who died last week from cancer, always categorically denied any allegation of sexual wrongdoing or cover-up

Police arrest eight after two men stabbed in attack at private party in east London venue

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Two men have been arrested by police who seized a rocket launcher and powerful automatic weapons

Two men arrested after police seize rocket launcher and AK47-style assault rifle in Bromley

CCTV operators spotted a group of up to 10 men involved in a fight

Andrea Cutler, a heroin user, broke into Sandra Bainbridge’s home (pictured) and used her credit card

Grandmother stabbed more than 70 times by squatter after returning from holiday in Turkey

Andrea Cutler attacked Sandra Bainbridge with two knives in a frenzied attack

Zac Evans, 19, was killed by a man armed with a machete

Teenager killed in machete attack outside Gloucestershire pub

19-year-old man was pronounced dead at the scene despite the attention of medics

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Former Royal Navy sailor jailed for 14 years for string of 'depraved' sexual attacks on children

Judge told Geoffrey Rooney, 39, his actions 'demonstrate all the casual depravity of a predatory paedophile'

Chief Inspector John Buttress, 48, at his home at Overton, near Wrexham, North Wales

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It took a jury just 20 minutes to clear John Buttress of fraud after the high-flying chief inspector was ‘stitched up’ for exposing alleged bullying. But his ordeal is far from over, he tells Helen Carter

Marina Litvinenko has said she would achieve a “kind of justice” during the public inquiry into the fatal poisoning of her husband, Alexander Litvinenko

Alexander Litvinenko: Widow says ‘a kind of justice’ will be achieved at inquiry

Though Marina Litvinenko accepts that the two Russians with whom he drank tea laced with polonium-210 at a hotel are unlikely to ever stand trial

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