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'Horrified' Lord Hanningfield defends expenses claims

A Tory peer accused of expenses fraud said today he believed he was entitled to the money because most other members of the House of Lords claimed the full amount available.

I was out of pocket, claims Lord Hanningfield

A Tory peer accused of fiddling his House of Lords expenses said he was "out of pocket" for taking on the peerage and had tried to balance out his expenditure using his expenses claims, a court heard.

Lord Hanningfield 'on plane at time of expenses claim'

A Tory peer accused of fiddling his House of Lords expenses was on a plane to India when he claimed for overnight accommodation in London, a court heard today.

John Lewis tipped to post £350m profit and increase staff bonus

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Water-ski champ hit wake at 100mph

A British water-ski champion died after hitting a boat's wake at more than 100mph in what a coroner ruled today was a tragic accident.

Man remanded over plane bomb threat

A man pleaded guilty today to making a bomb hoax threat on a passenger airliner which was diverted under a fighter jet escort.

Minister announces local TV channel plans

Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt today unveiled his plan to make local television "a reality".

War of the words: How H G Wells snubbed Bromley

Newly discovered letter reveals how author bluntly rejected freedom of borough

Woman jailed over false rape accusation

A woman who falsely accused a man of rape and turned his life into the "stuff of nightmares" was today jailed for 18 months.

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