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The family of a Briton named by IS as a suicide bomber in Iraq say they have not had his death confirmed.
People with faulty Hotpoint, Indesit and Creda tumble dryers have been told to unplug their machines until they have been repaired.
A man who admitted killing a banker with one punch in an unprovoked attack has been cleared of murder.
The man convicted of murdering children's author Helen Bailey is facing an investigation into what police called the "sudden, unexpected" death of his first wife.
A single mother of four who scooped £14.5m with a EuroMillions lucky dip ticket says she is overwhelmed to know "I'm never going to have to struggle again".
UKIP's richest donor says the party is at a "tipping point" and has hinted he may pour his millions into another political movement if the party fails to be sufficiently radical.
The first female has been appointed Scotland Yard Commissioner in the force's 188 year history.
A toddler murdered by her legal guardian was "invisible to professionals" and should "never have been placed" in the woman's care, according to a review.
Bestselling author Helen Bailey was murdered by the man she loved.
The fiance of children's author Helen Bailey has been convicted of killing her and dumping her body in a cesspit as part of a plot to inherit her fortune.
Two police officers are being investigated for gross misconduct after a race relations adviser was Tasered when he was mistaken for a wanted man.
The UK's gross domestic product (GDP) grew by 0.7% in the final three months of last year, up from an initial estimate of 0.6%.
The Government's "minimum income" immigration requirement does not breach human rights legislation, the Supreme Court has ruled.
Coca-Cola has reversed its opposition to a deposit return scheme for drinks bottles following a Greenpeace investigation.
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