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The Tory Justice minister Helen Grant must be bracing herself for the inevitable right-wing reaction to her suggestion that some women locked in our jails should not be there. With that before her, she probably scarcely noticed the attack fired in her direction in her Maidstone and the Weald constituency.

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Huntsman Brian Fraser jailed over unlicensed gun after he was cleared of shooting ex-lover

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Vicky Pryce is moved to open jail

Vicky Pryce has been moved to an open jail after spending only four nights in Holloway prison, it was reported today. The ex-wife of the former minister Chris Huhne was jailed for eight months last week after a jury found her guilty of perverting the course of justice over his speeding offence.

Joan McVittie, former president of the Association of School and College Leaders

School sixth-forms face closure due to government funding cuts

School sixth-forms are facing closure because of government funding cuts, headteachers warned today.

The nightingale is one of Britain’s most beloved birds

Nightingales may scupper plan for 5,000 new homes in Kent

Conservationists object to housing in one of UK's key habitats for the birds

Man aged 70 held in school sex abuse probe

A 70-year-old man has been arrested by police investigating historic child sex abuse at a school.

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Passengers on cross-Channel journeys endured the worst of the travel disruption today caused by the continuing mid-March cold snap.

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A “professional criminal” given a life sentence for a road rage murder on an M25 slip road today failed in a bid to get his 16-year minimum jail term cut by the Court of Appeal.

Lord Sugar and Stella English

Lord Sugar says Apprentice winner Stella English is effectively blackmailing him

He told the East London Tribunal Centre he feels he has no case to answer over claims Ms English was treated as an 'overpaid lackey'

Don't put your winter coat away just yet: White Easter looms as commuters battle ice, snow and appalling driving conditions

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Motorist jumps to his death from Dartford Bridge leaving traffic delays of up to seven hours

42-year-old man plunged into the River Thames after four hours of negotiations with police failed to talk him down

Executive denies telling Apprentice winner Stella English there was no job for her

A senior executive at one of millionaire businessman Lord Sugar's companies denied telling former winner of The Apprentice Stella English that there was no job for her.

Tally ho as Spitfire beer gets boost

The Kent brewer Shepherd Neame has scrambled the comedians Armstrong and Miller in their fighter pilot roles to promote its best-selling Spitfire Ale in an ad campaign this summer.

Stella English with Lord Sugar after becoming the Apprentice winner in 2010

'An untrusting and suspicious person': Lord Sugar tells tribunal his side of the story about Apprentice winner Stella English

The former Apprentice winner suing Lord Sugar for constructive dismissal was an “untrusting and suspicious person,” the millionaire business mogul has claimed.

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