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Defendant in fatal stabbing case 'ran towards' off-duty bouncer

An off-duty bouncer who was fatally stabbed on a night out had followed his attacker after he threatened to punch a woman, a court has heard.

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Man cautioned after sending abusive tweets to Tory MP

A 40-year-old man has been cautioned by police after sending a series of abusive Twitter messages to Tory MP Will Quince.

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Laser attacks increase on planes landing or taking off at Heathrow Airport

Laser attacks on aircraft using Heathrow Airport rose by a quarter last year, new figures show.

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Strawberries to reach supermarket shelves ahead of schedule

British-grown strawberries are hitting supermarket shelves this week, more than two months before the start of the traditional season.

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Political rivals unite to pay tribute to 'extraordinary' Sir Gerald Kaufman

Tributes from across the political spectrum have been paid to veteran Labour MP Sir Gerald Kaufman following his death at the age of 86.

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Paul O'Grady says he would 'slap' young people who practise unprotected sex

Broadcaster Paul O'Grady has accused young people who practise unprotected sex are shaming the memory of his friends who died during the 1980s Aids crisis.

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Man arrested over escape of murderer released by police

Police have released a Liverpool man who was arrested over the escape of a murderer from custody.

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Kaufman: The king of Tory tormentors

Sir Gerald Bernard Kaufman: Born June 21, 1930.

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Jeremy Corbyn leads tributes to 'iconic, irascible' MP Sir Gerald Kaufman

Jeremy Corbyn has led tributes to the oldest serving MP, Sir Gerald Kaufman, who has died at 86.

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Five To Five win Let It Shine to land contract for Take That musical

Boy band Five To Five have won Let It Shine, bagging themselves a year's contract as stars of a new touring musical inspired by Take That's songs.

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Police apologise after tasering blind man but say decision was 'appropriate'

Police have said officers made "what appeared to be an appropriate decision" when they tasered an unarmed blind man after mistaking his cane for a gun.

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Remains found on Greek island confirmed as Briton who vanished in 2005

Human remains found in a well in Crete are those of a British holidaymaker who went missing more than a decade ago, police have confirmed.

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Peugeot boss gives assurances over Vauxhall plants

The boss of Peugeot has given assurances to unions and the Government that Britain's Vauxhall plants will see out their existing production runs - but also raised the issue of Brexit uncertainty.

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Towie star's boyfriend to be sentenced for dirty money stash

The boyfriend of Towie star Cara Kilbey will be sentenced later for having a stash of dirty money in his daughter's bedroom after being cleared of heading up a multimillion-pound drug dealing empire.

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Rare tortoises saved from smugglers make zoo debut

Four endangered tortoises who were rescued from smugglers have gone on show in the UK for the first time.

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Third person held in connection with escape of murderer Shaun Walmsley

Detectives continue to question a third person arrested over the escape of a murderer from custody.

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Third person held in connection with escape of murderer Shaun Walmsley

A third person has been arrested by detectives investigating the escape of a murderer from custody.

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Five To Five win Let It Shine to land contract for Take That musical

Boy band Five To Five have won Let It Shine, bagging themselves a year's contract as stars of a new touring musical inspired by Take That's songs.

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Copeland defeat marks serious setback for Corbyn

Labour's defeat in the Copeland by-election will add to the pressure on leader Jeremy Corbyn, who was already trailing Theresa May substantially in national opinion polls.

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Jeremy Corbyn doesn't represent working people says triumphant Tory

Tory winning candidate Trudy Harrison clinched a historic success in Copeland and claimed Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn did not represent "ordinary working people".

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