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The Statement from the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, Sir Paul Stephenson, was suitably sober and contrite.

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Boy dies two weeks after falling into icy pond

A six-year-old boy who fell into an icy pond while playing with a friend died in hospital today.

Two killed as light aircraft crashes near airport

Two people were killed when a light aircraft crashed near an airport today, police said.

Boy pulled from icy pond named

A six-year-old boy fighting for his life after plunging into an icy pond was named by a hospital trust today.

Police searching for boy, 13, find body

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Parents trapped Facebook paedophile

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Chef admits murdering teaching assistant

A chef pleaded guilty today to stabbing a teaching assistant to death as she walked her dogs in a park.

Homeowner jailed for tackling burglar

A businessman who fought off knife-wielding thugs threatening to kill his family was jailed for 30 months yesterday.

Paul Daniels is burgled as he watches TV

Magician Paul Daniels was taken unawares when a burglar broke into his house while he was watching television, it emerged today.

Carjacker who crippled mother jailed indefinitely

A carjacker who mowed down a mother-of-four in her own car, leaving her wheelchair-bound, was jailed indefinitely today.

Hunt for man who kidnapped and sexually assaulted teenager

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