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NHS nurses see their wages fall over the past year - while senior managers enjoy a pay rise

Average basic pay for nurses, midwives and health visitors dropped 0.2 per cent between February 2014 and February 2015, to £30,713

The civic centre in Wembley

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Residents and workers around Empire Way have been evacuated from nearby buildings

Jane Andrews was given a life sentence in 2001 for the murder of her then-boyfriend Tom Cressman

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Andrews battered businessman Tom Cressman with a cricket bat while he slept before stabbing him to death at the home they shared in 2001

Brian Reader (L), his son Paul and Hugh Doyle are among the men accused of the Hatton Garden jewellery heist

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Brian Reader (L), his son Paul and Hugh Doyle are among the men accused of the Hatton Garden jewellery heist

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Union, which is also invovled in a legal dispute with National Rail, represents roughly 3,000 workers

8 things you need to know about the train strike on bank holiday Monday

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Hatton Garden heist: Tenth man arrested over bank holiday jewellery robbery

The men are accused of being part of the plot to raid a safety deposit vault in London's jewellery quarter over the Easter weekend

Hitting the buffers: The interwoven tracks at Clapham Junction

Network Rail: Only one in 10 trains will run next week should strike go ahead, leaked memo claims

Strike will be the largest to hit the UK in 20 years

The weather across the UK will be mixed

UK bank holiday weekend weather: Mixed forecast sees sunny spells, showers and frost in parts of the country

Met Office forecast suggests that some areas could experience temperatures as high as 20C

Sadie Frost attends the High Court

Court rules on pay-outs to celebrity phone-hacking victims

Actress Sadie Frost is among those receiving part of £1.2 million in compensation from Mirror Group Newspapers

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