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White heroin deaths: British tourists found dead in Amsterdam after 'snorting powerful drug spiked with painkillers'

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The 31-year-old taunted police after he managed to skip bail to escape Britain

Police leaflets tell commuters to 'run, hide and tell' in event of Mumbai-style terror attack

Police are giving out advice on dealing with shootings at transport hubs

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David Hickey wrote in after watching England’s record-breaking match against Germany at Wembley

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The social network hosted messages between one of his killers and an Al Qaeda militant

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A man says he found a note claiming to detail where Madeleine is buried

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The MPs’ report gives a fascinating – and disturbing – glimpse of the way the security services work

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Soho’s Madame Jojo’s forced to close ‘in attempt to gentrify area’

A venue has been operating at the spot for over half a century

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Village sets up Facebook page over its 'embarrassment' of a Christmas tree

Residents of Mottram want a 'bigger and better' tree for the festive season

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Fire at last building standing in the way of new Tottenham Hotspur stadium

Archway Sheet Metals owner believes the blaze was arson. Photo: Paul Wood

Dominc Grieve argued Prince Charles’ letters could be ‘seriously damaging’

The 'black spider' memos: Government’s last-ditch bid to keep Prince Charles’ letters secret

It is nine years since the first request to see the letters

Under Sharia law, women can be denied an equal share of their inheritance, while people deemed non-believers excluded altogether

Law Society withdraws controversial guidance on Sharia-compliant wills

Under Sharia law, women can be denied an equal share of their inheritance

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