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It is understood there were no visible signs of injury
Trustees for a village hall have cancelled planned bondage classes, saying their premises were hired under false pretences.
Diary of a cricket obsessive
Multiple arrests in joint police operation involving 26 forces
He looks like a lively fellow
Labour condemns 'most audacious sell-off to date'
An art teacher handed police a watercolour painting of a man suspected of stealing her debit card.
Police issued an all-ports alert for Ian John McCloughlin
The stand-up comic from Birmingham is to step into Jon Stewart's shoes
Ancient Britons made hundreds of thousands of dugout canoes, archaeologists now believe.
His was the case that prompted a national debate on the measures home owners could take to protect themselves. Now Tony Martin, the Norfolk farmer who shot dead a burglar in his home in 1999, has revealed he had only failed to try to stop another intruder because he “couldn’t face all that hassle again”.
The uncle of the slain Boston Marathon bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev has arrived in Massachusetts to arrange for his nephew’s burial, as the funeral director struggled to find a cemetery in the state willing to take the body.
Communities Secretary Eric Pickles still claims real-terms cut since 2010
Education Secretary Michael Gove’s exam reforms could discriminate against girls, teachers warned today.
More cuts at first hospital to undergo private management takeover
A report published on the BBC today suggests that if you want to boost the chances of a place at Oxbridge, studying hard is one route, but avoiding a July birthday is another.