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Neil Doyle murder: Man arrested on suspicion of Liverpool off-duty policeman's murder after handing himself in to police

Merseyside Police said the 28-year-old suspect handed himself in to police

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Levi Blu Cassin: Parents of toddler who died of injuries 'like car crash' cleared of murder

Danielle Cassin and Marcus Piper were convicted of allowing toddler's death

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Man jailed for five years over cling film 'sex game' death

Richard Bowler was convicted of manslaughter through gross negligence

80-year-old pensioner jailed for 18 years over acid attack on teenage ex-girlfriend

Mohammed Rafiq was convicted of causing grievous bodily harm

Duncan Bannatyne left school at 15 and was still penniless at 29

Second colleague of Duncan Bannatyne arrested as part of investigation into multi-million fraud

Arrest of Graham Armstrong follows that of Christopher Watson, Mr Bannatyne's finance director, last week

Anthony Crolla celebrates his win over John Murray back in April

Anthony Crolla: Teenage boy arrested on suspicion of fracturing boxer's skull with concrete slab

The boxer chased men who tried to burgle his neighbour's house

PC Neil Doyle died in the early hours after he and two other men were assaulted

Off-duty PC Neil Doyle killed after attack in Liverpool city centre

PC Neil Doyle was taken to hospital with two other men but later died of his injuries after being assaulted in city centre

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Dramatic video footage shows a shootout between gunman and armed police officer in north London

Sedat Meric surrendered when he ran out of bullets

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Child abuse victim claims he witnessed former Tory MP strangle a boy at 1970s VIP paedophile party

Man claims to have seen three killings during his abused childhood

Paul John Scott, 32, from Liverpool,has been arrested after he flew into East Winch Airfield in Norfolk in a Cessna 170, the National Crime Agency (NCA) said

Paul John Scott: Drug gang suspect arrested after returning to Britain from Netherlands on light aircraft

Paul John Scott, 32, from Liverpool, was held when he flew into East Winch Airfield in Norfolk

Domestic abuse accounts for eight per cent of all recorded crime

Domestic abuse offence of 'coercive and controlling behaviour' announced

The maximum penalty for the offence is five years in jail

Highcliffe School in Bournemouth, which was put on lockdown over reports of shots fired at maintenance staff

Highcliffe School lockdown: Armed police arrest man and close off Bournemouth school over 'shots fired at workmen'

Dorset Police said armed units were involved in responding to the incident in Christchurch

Dolphin Square in Pimlico, London

Child abuse inquiry: Met Police investigate alleged murders of three young boys in 1970s

Detectives probing alleged historic Westminster paedophile ring are appealing for witnesses

Roland McKoy who killed ex-partner with machete and cut his baby daughter's throat jailed for 35 years

Man who killed ex-partner with machete and cut baby daughter's throat jailed for 35 years

Roland McKoy had denied murdering Valerie and Jahzara Forde

One of the thieves asked for directions as the other grabbed the wife's purse

Video: Shocking CCTV footage shows thieves distract and then steal from elderly couple

West Midlands Police are now appealing for anyone with any information on the two criminals to come forward

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