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CCTV footage shows the heavily pregnant Fiona Anderson leaving the keys to her own home at a property in Lowestoft where she believed her estranged partner had been staying

Fiona Anderson death: Police release new CCTV which shows last moments of heavily pregnant Lowestoft mother before fall

The young mum had a violent row with her estranged partner the night before she died

Craig McLelland with his mother outside Fiona Anderson's flat in London Road, Lowestoft

Pressure 'drove' tragic Lowestoft mother to her death, say family

A pregnant mother who fell to her death before her three children were discovered dead was “driven to her actions” after being under “too much pressure,” her family said.

Three children found dead in Lowestoft after mother dies from fall

Detectives investigating the death of a young woman who fell from a multi-storey car park discovered the bodies of her three children when they went to her home, it emerged last night.

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Over the last 10 years Mark Rowe has selected his walk of the month for The Independent on Sunday. Here, he lists ten of his favourites

Pc corrects her father: damages claim WILL go ahead after trip at suspected break-in garage

A police officer is going ahead with legal action against a petrol station owner after she tripped on a kerb while attending a suspected break-in, despite her father saying she planned to drop it.

Ex-councillor fails to suppress story about being drunk in supermarket in charge of daughter

A Labour councillor fined £100 after admitting being drunk in a supermarket while in charge of her two-year-old daughter has lost a High Court anonymity fight.

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David Cameron didn't want to talk to the people of Ipswich about immigration - only 'room meat'

In the age of 24-hour news, politicians avoid unchoreographed contact with the public

British couple shot and injured in Barbados robbery

A 59-year-old woman and her 72-year-old husband were shot and robbed as they returned to their cruise ship after a stopover on the Caribbean island, it was reported last night.

'Perfect teacher with a dark side' jailed for possession of 40,000 child porn images

A "perfect teacher with a dark side" who worked at an independent school has been jailed after admitting possessing more than 40,000 pornographic images of children.

Horsemeat scandal: Recalled ready meals 'may still be on sale'

Ready meals containing horse DNA may still be on sale despite a product recall, trading standards officials have said.

A 1993 photo (left) of Eddie Maher, who spent almost 20 years as a fugitive in the US and has admitted the theft of a security van containing £1.2m and (right) a 2013 photo of him provided by Missouri Sheriff's department

Less than glamorous reality of life on the run laid bare as 'Fast Eddie' Maher is jailed for £1.2m security van theft 20 years ago

UK security van thief ended virtually penniless in US earning $14 an hour

The Securicor van taken by Eddie Maher along with its £1.2 million contents

Fast Eddie: a double life in the US for £1.2m UK heist fugitive

To his neighbours he was Stephen King, a cable engineer and family man living in small-town America.

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SinglesAroundMe offers a (very small) world of possibilities

Bill Wood: Naval officer who served at D-Day and in the Pacific

Bill Wood: Naval officer who served at D-Day and in the Pacific

Served in the battleship Nelson before joining Verulam on her commissioning in April 1943

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