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

Senior nurses issue warning over staffing levels

A group of senior nurses is warning that staffing levels on many hospital wards in England are unsafe.

This Boy: A Memoir of a Childhood, By Alan Johnson

Slum roots of the best PM we never had

Rolf Harris has been arrested by Operation Yewtree over historical allegations of sexual abuse

Rolf Harris turns to art after sex abuse arrest

Entertainer Rolf Harris has turned to his passion for art to deal with the trauma of being accused of sex abuse, his wife revealed.

George Osborne's Land Rover caught in disabled parking bay

Chancellor criticised for being 'wildly out of touch' by disability campaigners

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.

Hacking scandal: clouds gather over Trinity Mirror as another ex-editor is quizzed by police

Britain’s second biggest newspaper group, Trinity Mirror, was facing a growing crisis tonight after former Daily Mirror editor Richard Wallace was questioned by police.

'I don't want a poofter to play me in a film': Sir Stirling Moss is embroiled in homophobia row after 'offensive' comments

Moss criticised by campaigners who described his comments as 'offensive'

Representatives of both Priscilla Presley and television presenter Toby Anstis were forced to deny that the two were loving each other, tenderly or otherwise

Relationships: Oh those suspicious minds

There was sad news for lovers of both Otis the Aardvark and, er, Hound Dogs when representatives of both Priscilla Presley (widow of one Elvis) and television presenter Toby Anstis were forced to deny that the two were loving each other, tenderly or otherwise.

927 doctors and surgeons 'have criminal record, including child porn and sexual assault offences'

Nearly 1,000 doctors and surgeons have criminal records including child porn and sexual assault offences, it was reported today.

If it's a boy, John and Charles are the bookies favourites

Names: Will it be Prince John or Princess Hashtag?

What’s in a name? A lot, apparently, because barely had the royal-baby news been announced before newspapers went into naming meltdown and patriotic punters set off to local dens of iniquity for a flutter on the new Royal’s name.

Status Quo frontman Francis Rossi: Jimmy Savile invited me to 'sex party' in his dressing room

Status Quo frontman Francis Rossi has described how Jimmy Savile invited him to a ‘sex party’ when he was just 18-years-old in 1968.

Henning Berg

Henning Berg confirmed as new manager of Blackburn Rovers

Blackburn have confirmed former defender Henning Berg as their new manager.

Trinity Mirror in local paper talks

Trinity Mirror disclosed today that it is working with the owner of the Daily Mail on plans for the creation of a new local newspaper company.

Jonathan Rees was paid for information by an executive at the Mirror Group

Mirror executive paid £125 a time for mobile numbers

The Daily Mirror bought mobile phone numbers and PIN codes used to access voicemails from a private investigations agency linked to Jonathan Rees, a notorious figure who also had contracts with the News of the World, i can reveal.

Daily Mail and the Daily Mirror fined £10,000 each after causing an attempted abduction trial against Milly Dowler's murderer Levi Bellfield to collapse

Two newspapers that caused a trial for attempted abduction against Milly Dowler’s murderer Levi Bellfield to collapse have been fined £10,000 each for contempt of court.

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