News File image: A Police firearms officer is in hospital after accidentally shooting himself in the leg

The incident happened when the officer was alone in a police building in Putney, south west London

Man in his 60s bailed by Savile investigation police

Today's arrest was the sixth in the inquiry and the seventh person to be questioned in connection with the Yewtree operation

Smiles ahead: Shelley Rudman enjoys her skeleton win in Winterberg

Skeleton: Rudman eyes Olympics after Winterberg victory

Shelley Rudman hailed her World Cup skeleton win in Winterberg this weekend but said her main objective remains another medal at the Winter Olympics in Sochi in 2014.

Ian Holloway has guided Crystal Palace to second in the Championship

Appleton out to upset Holloway's applecart

Michael Appleton, the Blackpool manager, wants to get the better of his predecessor at the club, Ian Holloway, in today's trip to Crystal Palace in the Championship.

Met launches rape reporting drive after high-profile failures

The Metropolitan Police today began a new drive to encourage victims to report sexual attacks after a series of high-profile failures damaged the reputation of Britain’s biggest force to investigate crimes against women.

Ellen Gandy after winning gold in the women’s 200m butterfly is congratulated by Jemma Lowe (left)

Swimming: Ellen Gandy quits Team GB to take plunge for Australia

World 200 metres butterfly silver medallist Ellen Gandy has announced she is to switch allegiance and compete for Australia.

10 men bailed after brawl between rival football fans

Violence broke out between Brighton and Hove Albion supporters and Crystal Palace fans

Four arrests had been made as part of the national investigation into alleged sexual offences by Savile and others

Jimmy Savile inquiry detectives question man in his 80s from Berkshire

A man in his 80s has become the latest person to be questioned by detectives investigating the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal.

Where to find the best secondary schools, as rated by Ofsted

Here is a table giving the percentages of pupils attending good or outstanding secondary schools by local authority area in England.

Four Britons convicted over attack on ex-footballer Robert Hughes

Four Britons have been found guilty of an attack on a former footballer who was stabbed with a broken bottle and had his head stamped on while on holiday in Crete.

El-Hadji Diouf speaks to Leeds manager Neil Warnock yesterday

Millwall deny racial abuse of Leeds United's El-Hadji Diouf

Millwall 1 Leeds United 0

Michael Hooper is tackled by Tom Youngs at Twickenham

James Lawton: Michael Hooper's fresh-faced brilliance mocks latest England reinvention

In English rugby yesterday’s comer is quickly transformed into today’s regret

Great Britain's men crashed out of team pursuit qualifying in the opening event of the Track World Cup in Glasgow.

Barker steps up in style to rouse British spirits in opening day at Glasgow's Sir Chris Hoy velodrome

Britain are up and running at Chris Hoy's place. Opening day in the velodrome named after Scotland's greatest Olympian did not all go according to plan but come the end of the first night of the Track World Cup meeting another healthy treasure chest of British bullion had been stocked.

Florence and the Latrine - drummer gets locked in the loo before gig

Chart stars Florence and The Machine were almost late for a live radio gig - after their drummer got locked in the loo.

Gloria Knowles died after trying to feed the dogs, pictured, in the garden

Woman dies after mauling by daughter's pet dogs

A woman has died after she was mauled by her daughter's pet dogs as she went to feed them last night. 

Two men die after collapsing at Pleasuredrome sauna in London

Two men have died after collapsing in a sauna near Waterloo station in south London.

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VIPs gather for opening of second Suez Canal - but doubts linger over security

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VIPs gather for opening of second Suez Canal - but is it really needed?
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