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Emergency services were called to 25 Bank Street at around 8am this morning

Lawes injury scare hits England trial

England manager Martin Johnson breathed a sigh of relief last night after Courtney Lawes was cleared of a serious neck injury.

Mark Steel: Time to inflict pain on the terminally ill

How do YOU suggest we cut the deficit then? You'll be asked this if you ever oppose a cost-cutting scheme, such as merging the sewer system with the library service or something. So here's one answer, we could pay a bit less to ATOS, a company that receives £100m a year from the Government for assessing who should be cut off from disability benefit.

Woman relives well plunge horror

A 65-year-old woman has described the terrifying moment she plunged towards the bottom of a well, knowing that when she reached the water she would not be able to swim to stay afloat.

Singer Amy Winehouse found dead in London

Singer Amy Winehouse has been found dead at her flat.

Nurse charged over deaths at hospital

A nurse has been charged by police in connection with the deaths of five patients at a hospital in Stockport.

Mother killed by L-plate daughter

A woman who was knocked down by her learner-driver daughter who was trying to reverse into a parking space has died in hospital.

Man stabbed to death

Police have launched a murder investigation after a man was knifed to death today.

Seven in hospital after flats blaze

Seven people have been taken to hospital following a fire at a high rise block of flats in South London.

Woman dies following flats blaze

A woman has died after a fire at a block of flats.

British clubber dies in Ibiza

A 20-year-old British woman died in Ibiza today while on holiday on the Spanish party island.

Cycling: Why does this Tour seem to be so crash crazy?

There have been falls and injuries aplenty but it's probably who not how many that caught the eye

Police probe after man, 82, is hit by Taser

An 82-year-old man required hospital treatment after being tasered by a Metropolitan Police officer, a watchdog said yesterday.

Investigation as man, 82, tasered by police

An 82-year-old pensioner required hospital treatment after being tasered by police, a watchdog said today.

Tour de France: Bradley Wiggins ruled out following crash

Team Sky leader Bradley Wiggins' Tour de France hopes ended after he crashed heavily on today's seventh stage and suffered an apparent shoulder injury.

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