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The woman is shown on CCTV being bundled into Blue Honda Civic

Police hunt mystery woman shown on CCTV being bundled into car and driven off

The apparent abduction happened in broad daylight on Thursday in Bolton

Sally Jones: Isis recruiter spotted 'back in Britain' after claims terror organisation is now focusing on 'lone wolf' attacks

Sources claim Jones was seen in Birmingham with two individuals

Ted Heath leaves Downing Street to hand in his resignation

Ted Heath child abuse claims: Former PM 'completely asexual' says Lord Armstrong

Allegations against the late Sir Edward are 'highly unlikely' to be true, says former aide

'Oooh, this is wonderful'. Bewildered Lord Janner finally goes to court to face 22 counts of child sex offences

Legal team applied for the peer to appear via video link from his home

The former Labour peer and MP was ordered to appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court in London in relation to 22 charges

Lord Janner child sex abuse charges: Former Labour MP expected to appear in court

Peer's legal team have attempted to prevent the appearance

Soaring numbers of paedophiles and other sex offenders are being convicted and receiving record prison sentences

Paedophiles and sex offenders receiving record sentences as number of convictions soars

The spike in prosecutions is putting pressure on prison numbers

Jedward lookalike stole a sex toy and hairspray 'because he liked to look good'

Stephen Joe McQueen was recognised on CCTV footage due to his distinctive 'Jedward-style haircut'

Lord Janner child abuse charges: Former Labour MP loses bid to prevent him attending court

His legal team say it is 'barbaric' to make the peer attend court

Tower Hamlets mayor Lutfur Rahman was removed from office after being found guilty of corrupt practices

Eric Pickles to lead electoral fraud investigation into 'rotten boroughs' after Tower Hamlets scandal

It comes after a judge found Tower Hamlets mayor Lutfur Rahman had committed multiple electoral fraud and corruption offences

Simon Murphy, 48, and Lisanne Beck, 47, who have been found guilty of outraging public decency by indulging in a sex act during a crowded BBC Radio 2 concert in Hyde Park.

Couple found guilty of engaging in sex acts during Paloma Faith set at BBC Radio 2 concert in Hyde Park

The judge described their behaviour as "revolting"

File photo. The NCA’s risk assessment of serious and organised crime for 2015 said that handguns and shotguns remained the two most favoured firearm for the criminal

Eight people questioned after armed police discover cache of firearms during raid at boat site

A decrepit boat mooring site is thought to have been used as the hub for an international smuggling operation

More than 180 gangs have pushed their operations into rural and coastal towns. File photo

Urban criminal gangs setting up drug hotlines to expand operations into deprived seaside resorts, says National Crime Agency

The agency says that more than 180 gangs have pushed their operations into rural and coastal towns

Erin Sutherland: Mother who killed baby daughter while suffering from postnatal depression jailed for three years

Sutherland smothered her daughter Chloe, who was almost 10 months old, at their home in Edinburgh's Parkhead View in February

Police take part in a counter-terror exercise drill in central London on 30 June

Teenager in east London arrested twice in two months for alleged terror offences

Three teenage girls were among the five relatives detained

A security officer walks down one of the corridors of Yarl's Wood Immigration Removal Centre

Yarl's Wood conditions and treatment deteriorated significantly since 2013

Female detainees said staff treated them 'like animals' and that their experiences had left them with mental health problems

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