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Yesterday the Environment Secretary said Somerset Levels residents were ‘right to be angry’

Iain Duncan Smith: The Work and Pensions Secretary has labelled it 'outrageous' that Norman Brennan had been in Spain for five years

Benefits fraudster who fled to Costa del Sol jailed for three years

A benefits fraudster who fled to the Costa del Sol ahead of sentencing in 2008 has been jailed for three years.

Footage shown to the court from a helmet camera of a Marine during a patrol in Afghanistan in which an insurgent was killed

‘Murder is murder’: Armed forces chief says it would be wrong to call for exemption in case of convicted Marine A

‘No one’ serving in Afghanistan has asked for clemency in case of murdered insurgent, says Defence Secretary Philip Hammond

MoD rings up a £271,000 bill calling '118' Directory Enquiries

While frontline soldiers faced redundancies and budget cuts, staff at the Ministry of Defence have spent £271,000 on calls to Directory Enquiries, figures have revealed.

Jeremy Paxman: 'There were several bad decisions'

Jeremy Paxman 'thought about quitting' when Newsnight was embroiled in BBC scandals over Savile and McAlpine

Host admits BBC2 current affairs flagship show was damaged

Plans to double number of army reserves will create ‘surge in mental health problems’

Charities say members of the TA are twice as likely to suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder than soldiers in the regular forces

Chancellor George Osborne

George Osborne: Conservative candidates will not form pacts with Ukip

Comments come after Nigel Farage said he would not stand in the way of Ukip candidates making constituency-level deals

Fresh allegations have been made about disgraced veteran broadcaster Stuart Hall

Jailed broadcaster Stuart Hall faces fresh claims of child sex abuse

The former It's A Knockout presenter is currently serving a 30-month jail term and is set to be questioned further by Lancashire Police

William Hague denies he was set to quit over Syria vote

William Hague dismissed rumours on Sunday that he had been on the point of resigning after MPs voted to prevent the UK from taking military action against the Syrian government.

Kent Fire: Smoke plumes seen 20 miles away

A tyre fire has broken out across an industrial state in Gravesend, sending black smoke plumes into the sky that are visible from 20 miles away.

Efforts to aid British victim of Zanzibar acid attack made injuries worse

Parents release pictures of injuries as volunteer teachers arrive in the UK to be seen by surgeons for ‘horrendous’ burns

Family handout photo of one of the two British teenagers attacked with acid on Zanzibar.

Acid attack victims Katie Gee and Kirstie Trup
return home as Zanzibar police hold five men

Parents release pictures of injuries as volunteer teachers arrive in the UK to be seen by surgeons for ‘horrendous’ burns

'Open season on ethnic minorities': Government accused over illegal traveller site crackdown

Politicians have been accused of sparking an “open season on ethnic minorities” after the Government issued new guidelines to tackle illegal traveller sites.

Operators must ensure people are protected from online abuse, says PM

Hannah Smith death: We'll name anonymous trolls, say Ask.fm founders – as advertisers pull out

Boycott cyberbully sites, says David Cameron after 14-year-old took her life after troll comments

The scene of Lee Rigby's death, in Woolwich, south east London

Woolwich soldier Lee Rigby's funeral to be held in 'next two weeks'

Murdered soldier's funeral will reportedly be held in Bury, which has strong links with his regiment, the 2nd Battalion, Royal Regiment of Fusiliers

31 May 2013: Soldiers lay flowers at the scene of the killing of British soldier Lee Rigby in Woolwich, southeast London. The inquest into Rigby's death was opened and adjourned.

Ofcom investigate broadcast of graphic Lee Rigby murder footage after receiving 700 complaints

Ofcom has launched an investigation into the broadcasting of graphic footage from the scene of the murder of soldier Lee Rigby after receiving more than 700 complaints from viewers.

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