News Metropolitan Police of officers entering a property in Marcella Road, SW9, as police targeted a notorious gang in a series of early morning raids across the UK

Senior members of one of the country’s most notorious gangs have been arrested after expanding their drug-dealing operations outside of their south London stronghold to target lucrative new markets, police said yesterday.

Man dies after disabled parking space row at Bedfordshire Asda

65-year-old arrested on suspicion of manslaughter has been bailed

Sea lions at Whipsnade Zoo have had problems with their eyesight

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Safety report reveals that rises in chlorine in the pool where they perform their popular Splash show has caused deterioration in their vision

Conservative MP Nadine Dorries hasn't made a travel expenses claim since March

Nadine Dorries returned £3,000 in travel expenses after wrongful claims

Conservative MP Nadine Dorries has repaid £3,000.72 in travel expenses after accepting that the claims were “wrongfully made and should not have been allowed”.

Ian John McLoughlin, who is being sought for the stabbing, is believed to have recently come out of prison

Day release double killer on run after 'Good Samaritan' stabbed to death

Police issued an all-ports alert for Ian John McCloughlin

'I'm A Celebrity' MP Nadine Dorries to stop claiming parliamentary expenses

The Conservative representative for Mid Bedfordshire becomes the latest MP to launch a scathing attack on expenses watchdog Ipsa

Nadine Dorries was a contestant on 'I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here!'

MPs seek Nadine Dorries I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here fee details

Conservative MP was expected to earn around £40,000 for her 12-day appearance

Tory MP Nadine Dorries has said she cries every morning because she has started losing her hair

Tory MP Nadine Dorries speaks of hair loss on Daybreak

Former I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! star says it makes her 'cry every morning'

Lewis Birt, a Shefford Tory councillor, has little respect for any of Westminster's 'rabid mob'

Not just a bunch of 'swivel-eyed' idiots: The true Tories who want a new direction

Deep in Tory heartland, Simon Usborne discovers party activists are not happy with their leader, his friends or his policies

Newcastle lead in play-off final

Newcastle moved a step closer to a return to the Premiership after claiming an 18-9 lead over Bedford in the first leg of their Championship final.

Boy, 16, in serious condition after being shot in the back in Luton

A 16-year-old boy is in a serious condition in hospital after being shot in the back.

Dental nurse ‘tried to poison boss’

A dental nurse tried to poison her boss out of “spite or revenge” after receiving warnings about her poor performance, a court has heard.

Justice by postcode: variety in magistrates' sentences revealed

The number of criminals sent to prison by magistrates in England and Wales varies dramatically depending on which court does the sentencing, research reveals today.

Measles could hit two million children

As many as two million schoolchildren are susceptible to measles due to their lack of the MMR vaccine scare, a leading health expert has warned.

The Education Secretary, Michael Gove

Will Michael Gove's high-stakes final exams put 'girl power' into reverse?

Education Secretary Michael Gove’s exam reforms could discriminate against girls, teachers warned today.

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