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Drink-driver stopped with children in car

Police alerted social workers after stopping a suspected drink-driver who was travelling with his two small children, a family court judge heard.

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Man to face court charged with attempted murder of four children

A 29-year-old man is due to appear in court accused of trying to kill four children.

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Shareholders lambast Ryanir chief over cancellation 'boo boo'

Ryanair shareholders have told the budget airline's boss that the flight cancellation controversy is a "complete cock up".

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Activists force ship carrying Volkswagen cars to turn around, Greenpeace says

Environmental activists have forced a cargo ship carrying Volkswagen diesel cars to the UK to turn around, Greenpeace said.

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D-Day's last landing craft tank to be restored using £4.7m of lottery money

A sole surviving D-Day landing craft is to be restored with the help of £4.7 million lottery funding, it has been announced.

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Slough tops list as 'prime spot' to live and work

The town immortalised by David Brent in the TV series The Office has been named the best in the country for jobs.

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MP praised for Westminster terror attack heroism says extremists will never win

A Government minister who tried to save the life of a policeman stabbed in the Westminster terror attack has vowed extremists "will never win" as he spoke about his actions during the atrocity.

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Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell denies pensions probe charges

The former owner of BHS has denied failing to hand over information to a probe into the sale of the collapsed retailer.

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Deepcut inquest can hear evidence alleging wider bullying, coroner rules

The inquest of a young soldier who died at the notorious Deepcut army barracks can hear evidence alleging one of his former instructors bullied other recruits, a coroner has ruled.

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Amber Rudd criticised by asylum seeker who was sent back to Afghanistan

An asylum seeker has accused Amber Rudd of "playing with my life" after he was allegedly sent back to Afghanistan in breach of a court order.

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Third arrest in Parsons Green train bomb probe

A third man has been arrested in connection with the Parsons Green terror attack, Scotland Yard said.

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Man, 59, struck by police car on 999 call

A man is in hospital after being hurt in a collision with a police car answering an emergency call.

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Parents bailed over death of baby given date to appear at crown court

A man and woman have appeared in court following the death of their three-week-old child.

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Eye infections threatening sight can be detected by new microchip within minutes

Clinicians have developed a microchip capable of detecting within minutes sight-threatening eye infections including those caught while wearing contact lenses.

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OAP who shot dead man during break-in could be jailed for firearms offence

A pensioner who shot dead a man while fighting off a gang trying to break into his home could face jail for a firearms offence.

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Health chiefs admit failings after epileptic teenager drowned in bath

An NHS trust has said it is "truly sorry" about the death of an epileptic teenager who drowned in a bath while in its care, after it admitted failings that led to his death.

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Ex-priest jailed for 12 years for sex offences against boys dating back to 1980s

A former Church of England priest has been jailed for 12 years for a string of sexual offences against two boys dating back to the late 1980s.

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Terror threat downgraded to 'severe' after Parsons Green bomb arrests

The UK's threat level has been lowered from critical to severe after two people were arrested in connection with the terror attack on Parsons Green.

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Sir Vince Cable says he is 'plausible' candidate for prime minister

Liberal Democrat leader Sir Vince Cable has insisted he is a credible candidate to be the next prime minister.

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Lib Dems should rediscover anti-establishment credentials, says Sir Ed Davey

A Liberal Democrat former cabinet minister has urged the party to rediscover its "anti-establishment" credentials.

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