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Telford grooming victim's father tells EDL and Britain First to stop using her picture
The father of a Telford grooming victim says he has asked far-right groups not to use images of his daughter to promote Islamophobia.
Theresa May receives Brexit boost on eve of crucial EU summit in Salzburg
Theresa May appeared to receive a significant Brexit boost on the eve of a crucial EU summit when Michel Barnier pledged to break the deadlock over the Irish border.
Fraudster faked Manchester arena attack daughter to make insurance claim
A woman who pretended to have a daughter who was seriously injured in the Manchester Arena attack in order to get money has been jailed.
Noel Edmonds brands Archbishop of Canterbury 'reincarnation of evil' over Lloyds investment
Noel Edmonds has branded the Archbishop of Canterbury a "reincarnation of evil" for failing to meet HBOS fraud victims and investing in Lloyds Banking Group.
Father 'has no memory of stabbing daughter Mylee Billingham to death'
A father accused of stabbing his young daughter in her stomach with a kitchen knife says he has no memory of the alleged murder, a jury heard.
Bus driver, 80, who killed seven-year-old and pedestrian was driving dangerously
A court has ruled that an 80-year-old bus driver was driving dangerously when he caused the deaths of a pedestrian and a seven-year-old boy.
Bert and Ernie are not gay, says Sesame Street organisation as writer's claim denied
The makers of Sesame Street have denied that the classic characters Bertie and Ernie are homosexuals.
Stephen Darby: Motor neurone disease forces ex-Premier League footballer to retire at 29
A former Premier League footballer has been forced into retirement at the age of 29 after being diagnosed with motor neurone disease (MND).
'Drug dealers only': Fake street signs aim to shame criminals in London borough
Fake street signs have popped up in a London borough as part of a drive to shame drug dealers and encourage police action.
Theresa May calls for end to social housing 'stigma' as she pledges £2bn for new homes
Theresa May is pledging a £2bn handout to housing associations in a bid to provide tens of thousands of new affordable homes.