Sophie Murray's death is the second within a week to be linked to the pill
Ms Hartley was found dead in her home with multiple stab wounds on Thursday evening
Dean Kirby finds out how the gritty lads who took part got their kicks
Police have run out of 'road closed' signs in some areas
Steve Finnigan, Chief Constable of Lancashire Constabulary, warns proposals would make policing the county 'unviable'
The decision means an extra 188 square miles across Cumbria, and a small part of Lancashire, will become protected areas
Six NHS trusts have “persistently” high death rates for patients who die in hospital or within 30 days of discharge, according to new data.
The Coronation Street actor William Roache always behaved impeccably in the company of young women, Anne Kirkbride, who plays his on-screen wife Deirdre Barlow, has told a court.
A look ahead to this week’s FA Cup fourth round match at City Ground
Edward Bunyan and Indira Gainiyeva disppeared from Stonyhurst boarding school early on Monday 13 January.
At sixteen the challenge is as much about earning life experience as anything else
Finn returned home from Australia after failing to make an appearance due to concerns over his bowling technique
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Sammy Taylor was an industrious imp of a footballer, a goal-scoring winger who prospered with Preston North End during the best years of their modern history in the late 1950s, when twice they entertained hopes of winning the League. Had he been born half a century later, he would surely have accumulated a substantial collection of Scottish caps. As it was, the irrepressibly chirpy little fellow from the Gorbals district of Glasgow found himself stymied internationally by the exploits of such illustrious rival flankmen as Gordon Smith, Alex Scott, Graham Leggat and Tommy Ring.
Jim Kenyon was a man of many parts. By profession a football administrator of long standing, he also served the game of cricket with unswerving devotion. Notable among the many players whose early careers he helped shape were the England stars Michael Vaughan and Andrew Flintoff. As secretary of the Lancashire Football Association from 1963 he had responsibility for all aspects of the game below Football League level; at its peak he was in charge of some 2,000 clubs and 1.300 referees. When he retired some 42 years later he had overseen a move to a £1m state-of-the-art sporting complex in Leyland.
A man has left his job with Domino's over what he described as an “offensive” sign prohibiting staff from using any language other than English in the workplace.