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Significant rises in burglaries and opportunistic thefts are creating a risk to the public, police chiefs warned today.

Man killed and child injured at crossing

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Man killed by train near Doncaster

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Change allows Transport Police to carry guns

Armed teams of British Transport Police (BTP) are to patrol the railways and London Underground to counter the terrorist threat, the Government announced today.

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