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Seven extremely rare photographs of Churchill have been restored and rescued from a barn in Cirencester

Deadhead who took top intelligence job



Alex Allan was appointed head of the Joint Intelligence Committee (JIC) last November.

Errors led to death of nurse in childbirth

A woman died in childbirth at the hospital where she worked as a nurse after a series of errors resulted in her losing a "catastrophic" amount of blood, an inquest concluded yesterday.

Point-to-Point: Green to narrow gap in title race on Just Here

Oliver Greenall is assured of the men's championship as he is 14 winners clear (37 to 23) of James Tudor, but the ladies' title is developing into a close scrap between former holders Polly Gundry and Rachael Green.

Mystery liquid at blast site

The London house destroyed this week by a mysterious explosion was the target of a vandalism attack hours earlier when a purple liquid was poured through the letter box, police said yesterday.

Murder inquiry after body found in blast house

Detectives were investigating today whether a man found dead after a massive explosion ripped through four homes was murdered.

'Lie detectors' will help catch benefit fraudsters

A scheme which checks voice stress levels to catch benefit fraudsters is to be extended across the country under moves which could save £30m a year.

Contest that pits city against the suburbs

The mayoral election has revealed London to be a divided city, with support for Labour concentrated in the inner London boroughs and the Conservatives dominating the suburbs.

Patient airlifted after blast wrecks flats

A man was airlifted to hospital with serious injuries and dozens of residents were evacuated after an explosion in a block of flats today.

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My Home: Danny Wallace, comedian

The comedian runs his own country from his London flat. But it's a tight squeeze accommodating his subjects

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These Iranian-controlled Shia militias used to specialise in killing American soldiers. Now they are fighting Isis, backed up by US airstrikes

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