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Official statistics reveal 10% reduction in criminal offences

The main reason for moving house? Downsizing

Age becoming less relevant factor as one in five now downsizing earlier than expected to raise windfall money and help with household bills

Millions to vote in police chief elections

Voting takes place next month in marathon polls to pick 41 police and crime commissioners (PCCs) in England - outside London - and Wales.

Body found in Yorkshire woodlands is confirmed as missing girl Jessica Blake

A body found in woodland has been identified as that of missing Jessica Blake, police confirmed today.

Police have issued a handout photo of Jessica Blake

Body found in search for missing 14-year-old Jessica Blake

Officers searching for a missing 14-year-old girl have found a body.

G4S won a contract in June to house asylum-seekers in the north of England, but is believed to have run into problems with sub-contractors

Homes for asylum-seekers present new crisis for G4S

Hundreds of asylum-seekers face uncertain futures because the security company G4S is having trouble finding accommodation for them.

Candidates for Police Commissioner urge free mailshot

A group of independent candidates for Police and Crime Commissioners in England and Wales have urged the Government to level the playing field by giving them a free mailshot.

28-year murder riddle solved

The murder of a young boy 28 years ago has finally been solved, police said yesterday.

Ex-PCSO jailed over child sex abuse

A former police community support officer (PCSO) who was involved in caring for vulnerable children was today condemned as a "predatory paedophile" as he was sentenced to 10 years in jail for child sex offences.

Pension gender gap 'narrowing'

The gap between men's and women's retirement incomes is narrowing, but this is more due to male incomes falling than women boosting their pension pots, a study has found.

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Has a previous five-year spell in the midlands to his name with Birmingham, but his stock is not too high after he was sacked as Sunderland manager earlier this season and replaced by Martin O'Neill.

Steve Bruce 'offered manager job' at Hull

Steve Bruce, the former Sunderland, Wigan, Birmingham, Huddersfield, Crystal Palace and Sheffield United manager, is reported to have been offered the chance to manage Hull City.

Petrol prices fall to 38.40p a litre

Hard-pressed motorists have enjoyed a respite from record-high fuel prices in recent days, according to AA figures.

Pay and eco protesters head for City

Trinity Mirror favourite for shareholder rebellion while Centrica is target for anti-nuclear activists

Scunthorpe recycle plant baby 'was a newborn'

The baby boy found dead in waste which was being sorted at a recycling plant was a newborn, police said today.

Woman rescued after car stops 'precariously close' to cliff edge

A woman had a lucky escape when her car plunged down a grassy bank and stopped just feet from a cliff edge.

Teenager claims to be mother of baby found at Scunthorpe recycling plant

A teenager has contacted police to say she is the mother of a baby boy found dead in waste being sorted at a recycling plant.

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