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The summer signing from Lazio will miss the rest of the season
The Chancellor has branded 2014 the 'year of hard truths'
Decision to scrap outsourcing of controversial polygraph tests is latest blow to Government's privatisation plans following scandals involving G4S and Serco
Two dead, a teenager missing, damage to homes and businesses, transport disrupted. And it isn't over. More rain, high tides and gale-force winds are on the way
The cost of renting a property in England and Wales rose twice as fast as weekly earnings in the 11-months to November, as landlords cashed in on insatiable demand for homes.
News comes just days after police launched a fresh appeal for information
Homeless charities raise the alarm after rough sleepers rise by 13 per cent in London this year, and six per cent across the country
Over 8,500 children aged 10-12 have been arrested in England and Wales over the last two years, almost a quarter of which were made for violent attacks
Each week across the UK, around 5,000 vegetarian meals are served to the needy
Judge tells Williams to expect a 'very substantial' prison term
The 50-year-old had already been charged with sexually assaulting a female patient
A man has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving after a hit-and-run in Birmingham that killed an elderly cyclist.
Watchdog says that there should be a panel to determine whether three police officers gave a false account of meeting
Serious case review concludes that professionals involved in care of Keanu Williams failed to meet even basic standards of good practice
Thousands of schools close as staff members protest Michael Gove’s refusal to open dialogue on pay, pensions and workload
Industrial action - the latest in a wave of regional strikes - has been organised by two of England's biggest teaching unions