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Call for Home Secretary to release all papers about Cyril Smith 'cover up'

A "cover up" of child abuse went to the "very highest levels of Government", an MP has claimed, as she called on the Home Secretary to release all papers relating to Cyril Smith.

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No evidence hanged boy was being bullied, police tell inquest

Police who investigated the death of an 11-year-old boy who was found hanging have found no evidence he was being bullied despite the concerns of his parents, an inquest has been told.

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Pizza shop sex couple to be sentenced for outraging public decency

A couple who had sex in a pizza delivery shop as staff worked on the other side of the counter are due to be sentenced.

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No plans for more cuts to police budget, says Amber Rudd

Amber Rudd has told MPs there are "no plans for further cuts" to the police budget amid Tory concerns that officers are overstretched.

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Red Arrows jets likely to be built abroad unless Government acts - MPs

Jets flown by the Red Arrows are likely to be built overseas unless the Government intervenes, a cross-party group has warned.

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Fairground revellers trapped in mid-air as Power Tower ride breaks down

More than 30 people were trapped in mid-air for hours when a fairground ride broke down.

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I've never eaten a Doner kebab, Harry tells 'cheeky' awards boy

Prince Harry claimed to have never eaten a Doner kebab when he was questioned about his eating habits by a nine-year-old boy.

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Red Arrows jets likely to be built abroad unless Government acts - MPs

Jets flown by the Red Arrows are likely to be built overseas unless the Government intervenes, a cross-party group has warned.

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Woman fears Rhodes wedding may be axed due to couple's lewd photo

A bride-to-be fears that her dream wedding on a Greek island may have to be cancelled after another couple posed in a photo seeming to show them in a sex act.

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Woman fears Rhodes wedding may be axed due to couple's lewd photo

A bride-to-be fears that her dream wedding on a Greek island may have to be cancelled after another couple posed in a photo seeming to show them in a sex act.

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I panicked and lied to police, says man accused of house blaze deaths

A man accused of killing a father and daughter in a house fire has said he lied to police because he "panicked" when he was interviewed.

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Conservatives suffer setbacks in latest council by-elections

Tories lost two council seats in the latest local by-elections - one to independent and one to Liberal Democrats.

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Picasso, Jeremy Corbyn! Labour leader paints a positive picture

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn took 20 minutes out of a constituency visit to create a striking oil painting with the help of a hands-on tutor.

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Justice campaign for ex-soldiers jailed in India taken to Number 10

Desperate loved ones of six British ex-soldiers jailed in India are taking their justice campaign to Number 10 today, marking four years since they were first arrested.

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Red Arrows debate supported by Commons Leader amid concerns over team's future

Calls to debate the Red Arrows' future, amid long-term concerns about the display team, have been backed by Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom.

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Sex offenders placed in HMP Doncaster to cut levels of violence, report says

Hundreds of alleged or convicted sex offenders have been placed in a prison to help tackle high levels of violence , according to a watchdog report.

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Government under attack as BAE Systems plans to axe almost 2,000 jobs

The Government has come under attack over its defence policy after the "devastating" news that BAE Systems is planning to cut almost 2,000 jobs in its military, maritime and intelligence services.

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Judge brands hunt master's comments 'boorish' as charges dismissed

Comments by a hunt master who was filmed telling a woman protester "I'd quite like to shag you" and "Can I take you to bed, please?" have been described as boorish, offensive and distasteful by a district judge.

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Morrisons staff seek compensation in UK's first data leak class action

Thousands of Morrisons staff should be compensated for the "upset and distress" caused by their personal details being posted on the internet, the High Court has heard.

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Anti-fracking nimbyism needs to be put down: Tebbit

Opposition to fracking is "nimbyism and it needs to be put down", according to Tory former Cabinet minister Lord Tebbit.

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