News British girl Madeleine McCann, who was allegedy abducted 03 May 2007 from the resort apartment where she was on vacation with her family in the Algarve

British police reportedly made the request to their Portuguese counterparts in a recent meeting between the two forces

Police officers and Sun and Mirror journalists charged over corruption

A former senior Sun journalist, an ex-Daily Mirror journalist, a police officer and a prison officer have appeared in court charged in relation to the investigation into corrupt payments to police and public officials.

Parliament's porn habit revealed as 300,000 attempts made to access 'adult' websites from work computers in last year

Revelations will be awkward for David Cameron who has demanded that internet service providers do more to stop children viewing inappropriate content

Greater Manchester Police handout photo of Dale Cregan who is set to die in prison with a whole life sentence for murdering four people after his long-running trial came to an end today

Police-killer Dale Cregan goes on hunger strike

One-eyed police killer Dale Cregan has gone on hunger strike in an apparent bid to be moved to another prison.

'I just can't talk about it': Ellie Goulding keeps schtum over fling with One Direction star Niall Horan

Singer describes hostile reaction from ‘Directioners’

Operation Elveden: Ex-Sun and Mirror journalists among nine facing charges

Investigation into corrupt payments to police and public officials

Natasha Kaplinsky and Brendan Cole dancing on Strictly Come Dancing as the newsreader has said the BBC

Natasha Kaplinsky was 'forced' to do Strictly Come Dancing by BBC bosses

Newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky has said the BBC "forced" her to take part in hit ballroom show Strictly Come Dancing.

Elizabeth and Robert Maxwell at a film premiere in 1989

Robert Maxwell’s ever-loyal widow Betty dies, aged 92

She is understood to have known nothing of crooked publishing mogul's £600m fraud

A mobile phone displays a Tweet from Clarence House outside St Mary's Hospital

Royal baby watch: How the media coverage stacks up so far

The Duchess of Cambridge has gone into labour and already the media feeding frenzy has begun, with a clamour of royal ‘experts’, baby speculation and an army of information about the illustrious infant sprayed across the world’s news outlets.

Wild beaver spotted in England for first time in 800 years

The rare sighting could mark a return for the mammal which is popular across the rest of Europe

Brad Pitt in a scene from 'World War Z'

Brad Pitt's body double for World War Z got only £4.44 an hour

Scottish solicitor said: 'You get asked to do something like that and you can’t really say no'

It is believed that the unnamed player tugged at the door for two minutes mistaking it for the toilet, with the Daily Mirror reporting that one of the 229 passengers aboard the British Airways airliner described the incident as “pretty frightening”.

Ed Miliband pledges NHS reform repeal

Labour leader Ed Miliband promised today to repeal the Government's NHS reforms and restore the Health Secretary's legal duty to provide a comprehensive health service.

Carol Vorderman is planning to follow in the flight path of Amelia Earhart.

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Loose Women star Carol Vorderman is swapping the studio for the skies to fly solo around the world.

The moment police shot Woolwich suspects captured on video

Dramatic footage has emerged of the moment two terrorists were shot as they charged police officers called to the scene after a soldier was hacked to death in the street.

Trinity Mirror pay cuts don't suit all

Trinity Mirror's decision to cut the basic salary of new chief executive Simon Fox by a third and introduce a more stretching bonus scheme has failed to satisfy some shareholders. Nearly 9 per cent voted against the remuneration report.

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