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Kanye West and Drake will also play Wireless

Warnings about Potters Bar line 'were ignored'

Inquest begins into rail crash eight years ago that killed seven people

Man who stabbed teen outside Tube station sought

A crazed knifeman who stabbed a Polish teenager to death as he tried to defend his girlfriend was at the centre of a police manhunt today.

MI6 spy accused of stealing secrets

A former spy appeared in court today accused of stealing and disclosing top secret material.

Man killed mother who would not move out

A man was jailed for life today for killing his mother because she would not move out of the family home.

Riot police return to street dogged by crime

Riot police returned to a street dogged by crime 20 months after an unprecedented raid tried to flush out criminals for good.

David Randall: Murder is alive and kicking, thanks to the middle class

Life outstrips art when it comes to the inventiveness of the venomous spouse

Susie Rushton: My Hackney feels different somehow

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7/7 film proves surprise hit at Berlinale

Low-budget movie explores prejudice and grief in aftermath of bombings

Rail company accused of intimidating workers

Union leaders accused a leading rail firm today of trying to silence staff fighting plans to axe jobs and ticket office opening hours.

Tories' favourite think-tank sued by Muslim group

Policy exchange, the right-wing think-tank with close links to Conservative leader David Cameron's inner circle, is facing legal action for accusing British mosques of distributing extremist literature.

Profiles: The terror gang members

Mohammed Hamid, 50, dedicated his life to training the terrorists of the future, masterminding an east London gang and reaching out to countless other impressionable young Muslims.

Hamza 'could be extradited in 28 days'

The extradition of the extremist Islamic cleric Abu Hamza to the United States on a series of terrorism charges has been authorised by Jacqui Smith, the Home Secretary.

Sunday stroll suits revived Henman

This has always been a city that combines respect for history with a belief in innovation - it is hard to imagine another major capital erecting a modern glass pyramid outside one of its most historic buildings - and it was no surprise when the French Open became the first Grand Slam tournament to start on a Sunday.

Howell's runaway win propels him into the world élite

A golf writer of yore once famously described a runaway triumph as "a one-horse procession". Well, everybody knew what he meant and even if a few have since been scratching their heads then David Howell gave them the most glorious explanation possible here yesterday.

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