Voices A protestor is hit by water sprayed from a water cannon during clashes in Taksim Square

To bring them in would be deeply damaging to the principle of policing by consent

Labour peer Lord Falconer to table assisted dying Bill that could allow adults with less than six months to live to request help to end their lives

Opponents say changing the law could put vulnerable people under pressure 'not to be a burden on others'

Police stand by their armoured vehicles as a car burns following violence east Belfast in January

Northern Ireland's top policeman gives wake-up call on paramilitaries

Security sources say they would not be surprised if dissidents were to stage an incident during G8 summit

MPs told to pay back £500,000 profits from taxpayer-funded homes

MPs have been asked to hand back almost £500,000 worth of profits from taxpayer-funded homes, it was revealed today.

Hang on to your brolly - strong winds are forecast for much of England and Wales

Hang on to your brolly! Met Office warns of widespread winds up to 60mph

Britain has basked in glorious sunshine but is facing winds of up to 60mph and driving rain today, according to forecasters.

The Bank Holiday is gearing up for temperatures topping 20C

Thousands flock to the coast as Britain enjoys temperatures above 20C

But enjoy it while it lasts, because temperatures are expected to tail off into the week

Real IRA murders: Brian Shivers cleared of 2009 double murder of British soldiers at Massereene barracks in Antrim

Sappers Mark Quinsey and Patrick Azimkar were gunned down by two masked gunmen as they collected pizzas outside the gates in 2009

Plans for first mixed Catholic and Protestant school in Northern Ireland approved

Northern Ireland's first shared education campus for Catholic and Protestant schoolchildren has been granted planning approval.

Multiple sclerosis sufferers in ‘wrong’ areas are denied drugs, says MS Society

Multiple sclerosis sufferers are being denied drugs if they live in the “wrong” regions, a charity has warned, after a damning report found that as many as 60 per cent of patients are not receiving life-improving drugs for the incurable autoimmune disease.

Firms are raiding the Treasury to figure out how they can beat it

The heat is being turned up on tax avoiders and it was only a matter of time before the  accountancy profession was caught in the line of fire.

Brad Barritt and Joel Tomkins leap on Chris Ashton to celebrate his try for Saracens

Saracens vow not to be intimidated by Toulon ahead of Heineken Cup semi-final

The sides meet at Twickenham on Sunday

Parts of Britain to bask in soaring temperatures as spring sun finally arrives

Temperatures in the South West, South East and East Anglia could break hit the 20C (68F) mark on Wednesday

Police officers on the look out as Thatcher's body arrives at the Crypt Chapel of St Mary Undercoft in the Houses of Parliament

Boston bombing prompts security increase at Margaret Thatcher's funeral

MI5 are concerned that Republican splinter groups are plotting an attack on Britain

4,000 police officer on duty for Margaret Thatcher's funeral

More than 4,000 police officers will be on duty tomorrow for Baroness Thatcher's funeral, Scotland Yard said today.

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Police speak to protesters during Monday night's unrest in Brixton

Police ask Margaret Thatcher protesters to identify themselves

The Metropolitan Police has asked groups planning to demonstrate during or in advance of Margaret Thatcher's funeral to make themselves known to officers so that their "right to protest can be upheld".

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