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Chris Sutton has quit as Lincoln manager after just a year in charge.

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Remains found in the river where the body of Suzanne Blamires was discovered do not belong to two other murdered prostitutes, police said today.

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A former public schoolboy was charged tonight with the murder of three prostitutes.

Women at centre of red light zone murder probe



Suzanne Blamires, Shelley Armitage and Susan Rushworth worked the streets of the same red light district of Bradford before they vanished.

Man quizzed over three prostitute murders

A 40-year-old man arrested following the discovery of body parts in a river is being questioned on suspicion of murdering three prostitutes, police said today.

Bradford City football disaster commemorated

The 25th anniversary of the Bradford City fire disaster, which left 56 football fans dead, will be marked today with a series of special events in the city.

Clubs accept new parachute payments deal

Clubs relegated from the Premier League will receive £48million in parachute payments over four years after Football League chairmen today voted in favour of the proposal.

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