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Late Sturridge goal punishes Denmark

The seven private investigators pleaded guilty to conspiring to unlawfully obtain personal data at Isleworth Crown Court

BBC duped into handing over confidential data on 700 licence-fee payers to ‘blaggers’

Confidential information from top firms illegally accessed

Nine areas of the UK recorded no burglary claims according to analysis by MoneySupermarket

Safe as houses: 20 least burgled postcodes revealed

If you are particularly concerned about your house getting robbed head towards the coast - the 20 areas of the UK with the least recorded burglaries are nearly all by the sea.

UK top 20 burglary hotspots revealed: Manchester top but London dominates list

Manchester’s Chorlton along with Herne Hill, Muswell Hill and Dagenham in London are some of the worst afflicted areas while Mossley Hill and Waterloo in Liverpool also feature prominently

The Virgins by Pamela Erens; book review

We are introduced to Bruce Bennett-Jones, the narrator of Pamela Erens’s stunning second novel The Virgins, as he first meets Aviva Rossner, a new student at Auburn Academy, the elite East Coast boarding school where they’re high school seniors. Aviva has “long, kinky hair and pale skin,” and wears heavy kohl around her eyes and “V-neck sweaters that tease you into thinking you will catch a glimpse of her breasts”, high-heeled boots and gold hoop earrings. She’s sexy. So sexy in fact, Bruce attempts to rape her in the school boathouse.

Flood Re proposals are expected to become part of the Water Bill in mid-2015

Millions could be left without affordable flood insurance

But home insurance premiums are still falling despite floods

Passengers on a short excursion as they waited for the release of the Akademik Shokalskiy in December

Communication breakdown on board the Akademik Shokalskiy blamed for the ship being stranded in Antarctic ice over Christmas

A failure to respond to an order from the ship's captain may have played a critical role in the operational fiasco that led to the stranding of the Akademik Shokalskiy in thick Antarctic sea ice on Christmas Eve.

YouTube mashup shows Ed Balls' head bobs like the dog from the Churchill advert

Another week and another round of Prime Minister's Questions with very few answers. Yet although the reasons for Cameron and Miliband's mutual mocking changes, look a little closer and you will notice there is always one constant.

Pimco chief executive Mohamed El-Erian to leave firm

California-based Pimco gave no reason for El-Erian's departure

Ludovic Giuly trains in Chasselay ahead of Monts d’Or Azergues Foot’s French Cup last-32 tie against Monaco

Cup romance is French affair as Ludovic Giuly returns to take on mighty Monaco

Former international is back at his childhood club trying to topple the elite of Europe

George Osborne will consider a plan to raise the minimum contribution rate for private sector pension schemes

George Osborne mulls plan to ask workers to pay more into their pensions to plug 'massive hole'

Workers could be asked to put a bigger slice of their income into their pension scheme under plans being considered by the Conservative Party.

Rise in ‘funeral poverty’ means more than 100,000 in UK cannot afford to die

Damning study says there is a lack of support to help Britain’s poorest pay for funerals

Financial services see compensation bill rocket again

Financial services firms will have to stump up an extra £28 million next year to cover the cost of compensating customers of companies that go bust.

‘Toilet-papered’ Alabama home burns down after family try to clear away mess with fire

Attempt to tidy up following prank from local children ends in disaster

KPMG investigated over Co-op Bank role auditor

Giant comes under scrutiny for audit work up to 2012 at troubled banking business

People sunbathe at Platja d'en Bossa beach in Ibiza, Spain

Sunbathing may be better for us than previously thought, as new research claims that it might help lower blood pressure

Nearly a third of adults in England suffer from high blood pressure

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but the Caliphate is an ancient Muslim ideal
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