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Dover closed as winds hit 100mph

Ferries cancelled, homes flooded, and trapped drivers rescued as South bears brunt of storms

Coast ravaged by 'worst storm of the year'

Coastal regions in southern Britain were lashed by strong winds, lightning and driving rain today, with top wind speeds reaching 100mph.

Guns, ammunition and cigarettes uncovered at port

Eight hand guns, plus 200 rounds of ammunition and 9,600 cigarettes were uncovered by customs officials hidden inside a lorry arriving at a major British port.

Dover Street Market release new fragrance

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Missing ship may have secret cargo

A secret cargo and not just timber may be on board a missing ship whose last known radio contact was with British Coastguards, it has been suggested.

New piracy fear as cargo ship disappears

A cargo ship that has gone missing after passing through the English Channel may have been the victim of a new kind of piracy, marine intelligence experts said today.

Dover Castle: Back to the 12th century

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'I forgive you': The Clash's drummer Topper Headon makes peace with the man who sacked him

In the late 1970s, a drummer called Topper Headon joined The Clash, the most exciting rock'n'roll band in the world. There followed five years of non-stop playing, partying and drug-taking...but by 1982, Headon's heroin addiction was out of control, and Clash leader Joe Strummer was forced to sack him. Then things got really bad. Today, reflective and sober, he tells Mark Lucas his remarkable story

Workmen hurt in building collapse

Two workmen were injured after part of a building collapsed in a seaside town, emergency services said today.

Toddler dies after falling into sea

A two-year-old girl died in hospital after falling in the sea, police said.

Runaway schoolgirl spotted on channel ferry

A schoolgirl who police fear has run away with a man she met on the internet has been spotted on a ferry travelling to France, police said today.

Family appeals to missing schoolgirl

The parents of a schoolgirl who is believed to be with a man she met online have appealed for her to contact them.

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