News Former Deputy Speaker Nigel Evans leaves Preston Crown Court after his pre-trial hearing to face charges of sexual assault on January 24, 2014 in Preston, Lancashire.

The Conservative MP resigned as Commons deputy speaker after he was charged in September

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Cheating newlywed Michael Roberts was tonight beginning life behind bars after being convicted of murdering his loving wife.

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A cheating newlywed accused of murdering his wife never seriously considered leaving her, a court heard today.

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A cheating newlywed murdered his wife after just five months of marriage and conducting two affairs behind her back, a court heard today.

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I always enjoy Dominic Lawson's regular dusting-off of his familiar anti-OPT rant ("Affluence, not control, is the answer", Comment, 13 July), uncontaminated as it always is by any reference to what we and our patrons actually say, and resounding instead with spine-chilling references to enforced abortions, coercive birth-control, extinction of the human race, compulsory euthanasia, racism etc.

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Men and women have indulged in illicit love affairs since the beginning of time. Yet in the age of the smart phone it's never been as easy – or thrilling – to stray, confesses Natasha Hayes

Indian man 'strangled wife with cord'

An Indian policeman gripped by jealousy strangled his young wife just two weeks after he arrived in Britain to live with her, a court heard today.

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Small doses of the male sex hormone testosterone can make people less trusting of strangers, but the effect only seems to be true for the more trusting members of society, scientists have found.

Man, 80, strangled wife over 'affair'

An elderly man has admitted strangling his wife in their suburban Philadelphia apartment after he accused her of infidelity and she laughed at him.

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