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Girl, 12, raped in Milton Keynes play park

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Levi takes on rivals over red-tab copycats

Knock-off denim dealers across Europe have been dealt a blow after jeans maker Levi Strauss won the right to stop rivals aping its red-tab marking.

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Levi's anniversary: Life after blue jeans

Denim may be a great leveller, but the fabric is notable by its absence from a collection to celebrate 140 years of Levi's 501s, says Lee Holmes

CCTV footage released of man wielding knife at drivers in petrol station

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London police to be based in post offices as Scotland Yard makes £500m cuts

Police services will be offered in a Post Office in a trial scheme held as Scotland Yard faces making cuts of £500 million.

Technology: Foolproof phones are making a splash

I am a phone loser. I have said it loud and not-so-proud on these pages before. Seven handsets have slipped through my fingers – I swear they're like eels – this past two years alone. Lost, smashed, stolen, left unattended on an bus... the list goes on.

Fifty Shades of Grey proved popular this year, as did the haircut with 'short back and sides, long on top'

Hot Stuff! The trends of 2012

Dancing to a South Korean pop song while pretending to be a horse was one of the more unusual, or rather, inexplicable hits of the past 12 months. Matthew Bell looks back over the year's crazes – from Gangnam Style to onesies, meggings, and filthy shades of grey...

Onesies voted worst fashion trend of 2012

What do you think is the most unattractive fashion trend of 2012?

Enfield rape: Man held over attack on 11-year-old girl

The girl had caught a bus from Enfield town before she was snatched

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