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Battersea have drawn up a list of their top mousers

Djamel Abdoun of Nottingham Forest, centre, takes on Paul Gallagher, left, and David Buchanan of Preston North End

Nottingham Forest 0 Preston North End 0: Forest left frustrated as Simon Grayson's strategy has the edge on Billy Davies

Nottingham Forest may have swept aside Sam Allardyce’s beleaguered West Ham to claim a Premier League scalp in the third round but Preston of League One proved an altogether tougher nut to crack in last night’s FA Cup fourth-round tie her.

John, 9, Duwayne, 13, Jade, 10, Jayden, 5, Jesse, 6, and Jack Philpott, 7, all died after a blaze was started deliberately at the family's semi-detached house in Allenton, Derby

Philpott fire deaths: Police stop fundraising by Catch Me When I Fall group

Police confirm a man was questioned about allegations connected to the fund

It has been confirmed the body discovered was that of three-year-old Mikaeel

Mikaeel Kular death: Toddler's mother Rosdeep makes no plea as she appears in court charged with murder

Ms Kular has also been charged with attempting to defeat the ends of justice, prosecutors at Edinburgh Sheriff Court said

Doreen Lawrence, murdered teenager Stephen's mother

Derbyshire Police make second request for documents behind Channel 4 documentary that claims officers spied on relatives of Stephen Lawrence in the aftermath of the teenager's murder

A former undercover officer claims he was requested by his bosses to find 'dirt' that could be used against members of the family

The baby was reportedly born in a Sports Direct warehouse in Shirebrook, Derbyshire on New Year's Day

Sports Direct baby: Police arrest woman on suspicion of wilful neglect

Staff reportedly called an ambulance after finding the baby in the ladies toilets of the retail warehouse

A giant sink hole has opened in Derbyshire

130-ft-deep sink-hole in Derbyshire caused by Christmas storms

Torrential rain has caused the enormous ditch to appear in the Peak District 

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‘Mike loves his birds,’ I used to joke but nobody was laughing by the end of the tour

Steve Bunce: Mike Tyson was 'in a bad place' on his 2005 UK tour – a first-night riot, no boxing questions and all he wanted to talk about was pigeons

Before The Hangover I and II, before Spike Lee weaved his magic off Broadway in New York and before Mike Tyson was a nice guy, it was my onerous duty to take the big lad up on stage to perform for his fans.

Police release disturbing footage of burglar caught stealing from pensioner’s home as she sleeps

Margaret Woodward, 68, given award for bravery after chasing thief from her home and ‘trying to break his kneecaps’

Sue James, chief executive of Derby Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, has apologised to Mrs Birks

Surgical glove was left inside patient after operation

A hospital trust has apologised after a surgical glove was left inside a patient following an operation.

Stealing food: one of a ‘disturbing trend’ of crimes on the rise

Shoplifting by people desperate for food is one of several categories of crime that are on the rise, according to provisional figures.

Williamthorpe Road in North Wingfield, Derbyshire. The road saw tragedy as four people including two children died in a house fire

Two children among four deaths in Derbyshire house fire

Police confirm two women and two boys died in the blaze

Chilling testimonies: Victoria Derbyshire explored domestic abuse on Five Live

The Week in Radio: Unique insights into the dark side of human nature in The Abuser's Tale

"I used to call her names, swear at her," recalled "Stuart", as he had consented to be called, about his relationship with his girlfriend. "I've hit her... and given her a black eye... I've punched her in the face a few times and kicked her in the legs." This was just one of the recollections of a man who had spent years terrorising his partner in The Abuser's Tale, a study of domestic abuse on BBC Five Live's Victoria Derbyshire.

Baker, or ‘Butch’, as he was known

Obituary: Squadron Leader Harry Baker

Fighter ace who served in the Battles of France and Britain

Jack Hobbs gave Nottingham Forest a 1-0 victory over Derby County

Nottingham Forest 1 Derby County 0 match report: Billy Davies Carry On ignores Andy Reid

A Jack Hobbs header gives Forest the plaudits in local rivalry

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