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Tia Sharp may have been smothered before body was wrapped in black bed sheet and bin bag and hidden in loft

Tia Sharp, the 12-year-old whose body was found in her grandmother’s loft last week, may have been smothered before her body was wrapped in a black bed sheet and bin bag and hidden.

Man appears in court accused of pretending to be brother of murdered businesswoman Carole Waugh

A man appeared in court today accused of pretending to be the brother of murdered businesswoman Carole Waugh in an attempt to sell her flat while she was missing.

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Pc Simon Harwood claims Ian Tomlinson was 'almost inviting physical confrontation'

A police officer accused of fatally injuring an unemployed man during protests in central London claimed that the victim was “almost inviting physical confrontation” before he was struck with a baton and shoved to the ground, a court heard today.

Pc Simon Harwood 'was making an example' of Ian Tomlinson

The police officer accused of killing Ian Tomlinson was "making an example of him" when he struck him with a baton and pushed him to the ground, a court heard today.

Trial over Ian Tomlinson death opens

The trial of a policeman accused of the manslaughter of a newspaper vendor as he walked home from work during G20 protests in London starts today.

John Velazquez drives Union Rags (right) past Mike Smith on Paynter to win the Belmont Stakes

America finds new hero in Union Rags after injury ends a Triple Crown dream

It might have been a John Terry moment, but thankfully was not. Before the Belmont Stakes on Saturday night, the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes winner I'll Have Another, deprived of his chance of a Triple Crown on the eve of the New York race by a leg injury, was taken to the winner's circle anyhow for a ceremonial retirement.

Nick Clegg hits out at class divides

The UK is still a "long distance" from becoming a classless society, Nick Clegg warned today.

David Haye (right) hits Dereck Chisora during their press conference brawl in Germany

Haye: Brawl was all in self-defence

David Haye has claimed that he was acting in self-defence when he punched Dereck Chisora at this month's notorious post-fight press conference in Munich, and that he did not use the bottle he was holding as a weapon.

Ray Finch: Potter and teacher at the head of his profession for 75 years

The potter Ray Finch was a man of dignity with strong values who shrank from self-promotion and publicity.

Rollercoaster results for Tories in by-elections

Tories made a shock gain from Liberal Democrats in the latest council by-elections.

Chris Hoy won three gold medals in Beijing

British Cycling chief prepared to deny Chris Hoy chance to defend Olympic titles

British Cycling head coach Shane Sutton would not be afraid to deny Sir Chris Hoy the chance to defend all three of his Olympic titles at London 2012.

A woman walks along a snow covered road in Sixfields, Northampton

Arctic conditions expected to ease

Today is likely to see the end of the cold snap, with the mercury finally rising slightly after several days of record-breaking sub-zero temperatures, according to forecasters.

Paul Merson handed road ban

Ex-England footballer Paul Merson has been given a 14-month driving ban after a court heard how he crashed his Mercedes into a 38-tonne truck while over the legal alcohol limit.

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