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Kent town surprised to host 'massacre'

Lightning strikes and floods disrupt rail services across UK

Lightning strikes and flooding caused havoc on mainline rail services today.

A light aircraft has crashed into the English Channel

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Joint cross-channel rescue effort was suspended overnight after wreckage found and will not be resumed this morning

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Warwickshire were bowled out for their lowest ever 20-over total of 73 as Somerset won by 10 wickets at Taunton to keep alive their hopes of a fifth straight Twenty20 finals day.

Elveden: First non-News International journalist to be charged over alleged corrupt payments to public officials appears in court

The first journalist employed outside Rupert Murdoch’s media empire to be charged with illegal newsgathering appeared in court charged with alleged bribery.

Round-up: Phil Jaques and Alex Lees score tons for Yorkshire

Alex Lees, the 20-year-old Yorkshire opening batsman tipped as a future England player by Geoff Boycott, scored his second century of the season as Derbyshire suffered at Chesterfield, where the visitors hope to regain top place in the First Division from unbeaten Sussex with a fifth win.

Ancient wood to be felled for quarry

Ruling raises fears for future of more than 300 ancient woods around the country

Eddy Shah, cleared of raping girl

Tycoon Eddy Shah is cleared of raping girl

The former newspaper tycoon Eddy Shah was found not guilty torday of raping an underage schoolgirl at a string of London hotels.

Ricky Ponting celebrates his century

Ricky Ponting hits century in final first-class innings

The former Australia captain was playing for Surrey

Jury out to consider verdicts as newspaper founder Eddy Shah faces trial over schoolgirl rape allegation

A jury has retired to consider its verdicts in the Old Bailey trial of a former newspaper proprietor accused of raping a schoolgirl.

T20 cricket: Klinger ton lifts Gloucestershire

Michael Klinger smashed a brilliant 61-ball century to lead Gloucestershire to a 48-run Friends Life T20 victory over Worcestershire at Bristol.

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Former newspaper boss Eddy Shah tells of early days behind scenes at Coronation Street as he faces trial for schoolgirl rape

69-year-old denies sex charges amid allegations of threesomes in 1990s

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