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A sculpture tribute to The Jam has been unveiled in the band's Surrey home town by its drummer, Rick Buckler.

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Army 'should learn from' accidental shooting of soldier Michael Pritchard, says father

The father of a young soldier who was accidentally shot dead by a comrade while on active service in Afghanistan called today for lessons to be learned from the tragedy.

Five wanted over violence at nationalist march

Pictures have been released of five people wanted by police investigating violence which flared during a nationalist march and rally last month.

Fitness fan 'killed by weights bar'

A fitness fan has died after apparently becoming trapped beneath weight training equipment as he worked out in a garage.

<p><b>Steve Coogan</b>:<br/> <i>22 November</i><br/>
Another actor-turned-activist, comedian Steve Coogan, appeared at the Inquiry the day after Mr Grant, and accused former <i>News of the World</i> editor Andy Coulson of secretly listening in on a phone call designed to entice him into revealing personal information.<br/>
Mr Coogan said he was at the Inquiry to represent those who didn’t 'have the stomach' to be there. After having stories published about him for years, the Alan Partridge creator said he felt his ‘closet was empty of skeletons’ and was ‘immune’ from any repercussions arising from giving evidence. </p>

Steve Coogan faces driving ban threat

Comedian Steve Coogan is facing trial over a speeding offence which could see him banned from the road.

Four footballers charged with sexual assault and voyeurism

Four professional footballers have been charged with sexual assault and voyeurism.

Man accused of murder 'made hit list'

A man on trial for murder made a hit list of men he planned to kill in his bid to rid the world of paedophiles, a court heard yesterday.

Two arrested over teenage boy's stab death in Hastings

A 31-year-old man was being questioned by police today after being arrested on suspicion of murdering a 17-year-old boy found stabbed to death near a pub, and a 41-year-old man is due to be interviewed later.

David Perkins, who runs The Academy, says: 'TV shows are encouraging people to come into the industry, which is great, but they come with the wrong expectations'

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The Easter school holidays are almost here, which means you have at least 14 days of boredom-beaters to organise. Fortunately, there's plenty to occupy fractious youngsters across the country.

Beaches 'can be village greens'

Beaches are capable of being registered as "village greens", a High Court judge declared today.

Amex jobs could move abroad

Around 190 jobs could be moved offshore by American Express under proposals put out to consultation.

Man guilty of harassment campaign

A jilted former City worker found guilty of orchestrating a campaign of harassment against a doctor and her mother faces jail.

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