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Chanelle Beasley went missing on New Year's Eve in the Mitcham area of south west London

Police are searching for James Leslie, 37, who is wanted in connection with the shooting of a police officer in Leeds

James Leslie faces court over 'attempted murder' of police officers

A man in Leeds has been charged with the attempted murder of two police officers.

James Leslie, 37, has been arrested in connection with the shooting of a police officer in Leeds

Leeds manhunt: Police arrest suspect James Leslie after female officer shot

A man has been arrested close to the scene of the shooting. The officer's injuries are serious but non life threatening, police said

Amanda Hutton denied neglecting or abusing son whose body was found mummified after 'starving to death'

Hamzah Khan death: Amanda Hutton denies neglecting or abusing son whose body was found mummified after 'starving to death'

Mummified remains of four-year-old child were discovered in a cot

Amanda Hutton starved four-year-old son to death then ordered pizza, court hears

Mother with history of alcohol and drug abuse let her son starve to death, court told

Models at Julien Macdonald’s show

London Fashion Week: Strictly glamour on the catwalk

Rebecca Gonsalves reports from London Fashion Week, where Julien Macdonald, the master of glitz, splashed his dresses with sequins and J W Anderson wrapped his models in gauzy chiffon and embossed leather

The tell-tale signs of becoming middle-aged

All I know is that, when I was in my twenties, I'd look at someone in his fifties and think he was really, really old

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Kitchen-sink chic is here to stay, but that doesn’t have to mean looking like Ena Sharples. Alexander Fury shows you how to pull off the dowdy look

Sunfish are seen as a delicacy in Japan, Taiwan and the Korean peninsula

The sunfish also rises in Britain – again

Survey of the nation's coastal waters reveals the first sighting this year of the giant marine animal

Luke Donald celebrates a birdie on the 13th during his second round

US Open day two: Equal terms at Merion

On equal terms with Merion. In two days’ time that might just be enough to make a major champion of Luke Donald. A birdie at the penultimate hole of his second round helped ease the pain of the five bogeys in six holes that preceded it. As he put it: “I’m in a good place, excited to be in contention.”

Teacher Jeremy Forrest arrives at Lewes Crown Court where he is accused of abducting a pupil

Teen tells how relationship with teacher was ‘biggest secret ever’

A teenage girl told a court today how a crush on her maths teacher led to secret sex sessions and the pair running away to France together.

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Ben Sherman is celebrating five decades of innovation with a collection inspired by the Sixties Jazz scene. Lee Holmes looks back at the British brand’s rich history

Living on the dole and taking showers at public baths because he has no hot water: the life of the Earl of Cardigan after ex-wife leaves fortune to children

Relying on jobseeker's allowance when work as a delivery driver dries up, while living in an unheated house forces you to travel to local public baths for a shower, surely cannot be the kind of life one expects when born into aristocracy.

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