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The deal for the Denmark international can be made permanent in the summer

Ex-soldier found guilty of rapes

A former soldier was today convicted of a string of sex attacks during which he told one victim: "I don't believe this, I'm a good-looking bloke" when she rejected his advances.

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Jury fails to agree in Alfie Meadows case

A student who suffered a brain injury at a protest against university tuition fees is likely to face a second trial after jurors failed to reach a verdict on whether he was guilty of violent disorder.

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It was the hosepipe story that was too bad to be true. Our April Fool's Day report that police would be accepting hosepipes in stations as part of a nationwide amnesty had many people wondering.

Argos owner's chairman to step down

The chairman of Home Retail Group is stepping down after a period of falling profits and sales at the owner of Argos and Homebase.

The Thames at low tide: 42 rivers and streams that run into it are on the Government's danger list

Water levels in 250 stretches of river are dangerously low

Officials review licensing system that allows farmers and businesses to abstract supplies

Candy brothers develop an appetite for Sugar Quay in swoop on City

The Candy brothers, the developers behind London's One Hyde Park flats for the super-rich, have turned their attentions to the City after swooping to buy the Sugar Quay site from administrators.

Dark Peak: Restoring degraded habitats in the Peak District National Park, and creating new native woodland

Paradise restored: Coalition gives £7.5m to conserve nature hotspots

Money to create 'wildlife corridors' ushers in new era for wildlife preservation

Companies using 'blaggers' to illegally access personal data to be investigated

Law firms and insurance companies which employed private detectives who used a "blagger" to illegally access personal data are to be investigated for possible criminal offences.

A class act: Frayn has 'an acute comic ear for liberal humbug'

Still making a big noise: A season of Michael Frayn plays is set to reaffirm the brilliance of his work

There's more to come from this great polymath, says Paul Taylor

Rebuilt Blackfriars Tube station reopens

A busy Tube station, shut for nearly three years, finally reopened today after a spectacular rebuilding job.

Oar struck: an artist's impression of royal row barge 'Gloriana' which will take part in the Diamond Jubilee Pageant on the Thames

Music to snooze by for the Jubilee

The plans for this Thames river pageant in July are old-fashioned and an embarrassment, says Jessica Duchen

Oar struck: an artist's impression of royal row barge 'Gloriana' which will take part in the Diamond Jubilee Pageant on the Thames

Music to snooze by for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee

The plans for the river pageant are an embarrassment

Dowler killer to launch appeal bid

Former bouncer Levi Bellfield is due to seek permission to appeal against his conviction for the kidnap and murder of Surrey teenager Milly Dowler. Lawyers for Bellfield are scheduled to make an appeal application in the Court of Appeal in London today.

Matthew Cooksey could consider a shared-ownership scheme to find his own home

Wealth Check: 'I'm still living with mum, but too hard-up to move'

Graduate Matthew Cooksey wants a place of his own in London but finds it unaffordable when his wages mean he spends so much time in the red

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Abject leadership is allowing football’s age-old sores to fester

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