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article 24 May 2015 UK
Jed Allen (Picture: Thames Valley Police)
Police hunt man with spider tattoo after triple murder

Thames Valley Police are looking for local man Jed Allen after the bodies of a man, woman and young girl were found dead in a house in Didcot, Oxfordshire.

article 24 May 2015 UK
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Internet 'troll' convictions soar: is social media to blame?

Convictions for internet "trolls" who target people with abusive or offensive material online increase eight-fold in a decade, official figures reveal.

article 22 May 2015 UK
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Alistair Carmichael 'behind leaked Nicola Sturgeon memo'

Former Scottish secretary Alistair Carmichael accepts responsibility for leaking a memo claiming Nicola Sturgeon wanted David Cameron to remain as PM - a leak he had previously denied knowledge of.

post 22 May 2015
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog Why David Cameron needs some German stamping and Gallic scowling

President Hollande said this wasn't the place or the time to discuss David Cameron's concerns. But that, on the fringes of this summit, is what David Cameron did.

post 22 May 2015
Read more from Siobhan Kennedy Beds in sheds: is illegal immigration getting out of hand?

David Cameron chose the west London borough of Ealing to launch the government's latest crackdown on illegal immigrants.

article 22 May 2015 UK
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Wembley homes evacuated after WWII bomb found

A controlled explosion on a second world war bomb is carried out, after it was found near Wembley Stadium in north-west London.

article 22 May 2015 UK
Frances Cappuccini (Kingsley Napley)
Caesarean mother's NHS death referred to high court judge

A landmark legal case in which an NHS hospital trust is accused of a criminal offence of corporate manslaughter is to be heard by a high court judge.

post 22 May 2015
Read more on Liam's blog Bank holiday weather: rain or shine?

The second bank holiday weekend of the month is imminent and many of us will no doubt be wondering what the weather has to offer.

article 22 May 2015 UK
Teresa May TV censorship plan attacked by Sajid Javid
Theresa May TV censorship plan attacked by Sajid Javid

Home Secretary Theresa May has been accused of attempting to introduce government censorship of British television programming by one of her Cabinet colleagues, a leaked letter has shown.