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PFA chairman Clarke Carlisle recognised 'point of principle'

Gillingham should have acted like Chelsea, says PFA

McCammon complaint ought to have been tackled in same way as Mikel/Clattenburg case

Daryl Jacob picked up a 10-day ban at Wincanton yesterday

Sir Brian throws down gauntlet to southerners

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Protest groups form to fight noise nuisance caused by parachute jump aircraft

Residents ask charity skydivers to switch to something less noisy

The noise of the G8 light aircraft and the euphoria of adrenaline junkies are upsetting residents

Residents ask charity skydivers to switch to something less noisy

Protest groups form to fight noise nuisance caused by parachute jump aircraft

Shafilea Ahmed's parents have been convicted of killing her

Shafilea Ahmed's sister avoids jail after judge describes “extraordinary and terrifying story” as a “case for mercy”

The sister of honour killing victim Shafilea Ahmed was spared jail today when she was given a 12-month suspended sentence for organising a robbery at her parents' house.

Jack Harvey, winner of the 2012 World's Biggest Liar contest spins his tale at the Santon Bridge Inn, Wasdale

The World's Biggest Liar: the art of fibbing

“Now you're not going to believe this,” said Glenn Boylan as he took to the stage at the Santon Bridge Inn in the Lake District valley of Wasdale. But, of course, that was the whole point. Glenn was defending his title of World's Biggest Liar in the competition that is held annually in the pub.

Nugen will make a final decision on whether to go ahead with its Sellafield project in 2015

Sellafield charged over allegedly sending low-level radioactive waste to landfill site

The company running Sellafield nuclear plant is to be prosecuted over allegations that it sent four bags of low-level radioactive waste to a nearby landfill site.

Empty handed: Graham Turner looks on helplessly as his team are beaten

Bulls turn the tables on Turner with double by reborn Bowman

Hereford 3 Shrewsbury 1: Former Hereford owner returns as Shrewsbury manager to give his old club an unintended boost

Extra cash for designing Trident's replacement

The Government has awarded an additional £315m for the designing of the next generation of nuclear submarines, Philip Hammond, the Defence Secretary, will announce today.

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61% of police complaint appeals upheld

Almost two-thirds of appeals to the police watchdog over ignored complaints were upheld last year, figures have shown.

Bill Drake would have thrived in the modern game

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Bill Drake was one half of a celebrated pair of twins who formed part of the much-feared Hull pack of the 1950s and early '60s. Unlike other twins in rugby league, notably Keith and Kevin Rayne and Kevin and Bob Beardmore, Bill and Jim were not identical, in build or in style of play. Jim, the elder by 10 minutes, was a squat, aggressive prop, a renowned handful on the pitch. Bill, who has died four years to the day after him, was tall, athletic and stylish.

No IPCC action over Cumbria chief constable

Allegations against a suspended temporary chief constable do not amount to serious misconduct, the police watchdog said today.

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A train has derailed this morning following a landslide in Cumbria.

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Rory McIlroy a smash hit on the US talk show circuit

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Boy racer Max Verstappen stays relaxed over step up to F1

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Fear brings the enemies of Isis together at last

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Charlie Gilmour: 'I wondered if I would end up killing myself in jail'

Charlie Gilmour: 'I wondered if I'd end up killing myself in jail'

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