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Former X Factor star Nathan Fagan-Gayle was jailed for 20 months

Jail for 'heartless' gang who fleeced £1 million from vulnerable victims

An ill schoolboy's life could have been saved had two doctors at his local GP intervened, a jury has heard

GPs 'could have saved ill schoolboy's life'

Prime Minister David Cameron gives evidence on the EU referendum at the Commons Liaison Committee

PM defends EU reforms as Tory MP accuses him of 'cheating' referendum voters

Labour party leader Jeremy Corbyn speaks during Prime Minister's Questions

David Cameron and Jeremy Corbyn clash in Commons spat over anti-Semitism

Voters will have their first chance to deliver a verdict on Jeremy Corbyn since he took control last September

Labour backtracks on Corbyn's claims party will not lose seats

Connor Sparrowhawk, 18, drowned while in the care of Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust (JusticeforLB/PA)

Southern Health Trust probes 'vindictive cow' message to dead teenager's mother

The Electoral Commission said its inquiry could take up to a month - pushing it past the one-year time limit

Tory election spending paperwork 'all correctly done', insists Grant Shapps

Donald Trump was labelled 'divisive, stupid and wrong' by David Cameron

Cameron refuses to withdraw Trump 'stupid' remarks

Syrian refugee children outside an Oxfam facility in the Zaatari camp in Jordan

PM signals Government will accept more unaccompanied child refugees from Syria

Alex Salmond urged US citizens to elect 'anybody but Donald Trump'

Alex Salmond losing sleep over prospect of Donald Trump as president

Temperatures are expected to soar over the weekend

Slice of summer sunshine arriving for the weekend

Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has been blasted by Gary Lineker

Gary Lineker attacks John Whittingdale over attitude to BBC

David Bowie performed at Glastonbury in 2000

Prince and David Bowie honoured at Glastonbury

Chloe Grace Moretz has fought back over accusations of prudish behaviour in her Twitter spat with Kim Kardashian (Glamour/PA)

Chloe Grace Moretz defends stance over Kardashian's naked selfie

Former head of legal services at Northumbria Police, Denise Aubrey, is suing the force for "unfair dismissal following a protected disclosure, sex discrimination, disability discrimination, victimisation and harassment"

Police head 'punched at barbecue over affair with assistant chief constable'

Attempts to frack have met with protest across the UK

Ineos plans major seismic survey to find fracking sites

Sky watchers in the southern hemisphere will have the best view of the meteors

Shooting stars formed from Halley's Comet debris to light up night sky

Madeleine McCann disappeared during a family holiday in Portugal in May 2007

There will always be hope, say missing Madeleine McCann's parents nine years on

The Duchess of Cambridge meets children at Hampton Court's recently unveiled Magic Garden play area

Kate hailed for raising awareness of child mental health issues

Businessman Sir Philip Green is to be quizzed over the collapse of BHS

Specialists recruited to help quiz Sir Philip Green over BHS

Chris Evans stars in the title role

Captain America: Civil War tops UK box office charts

The Duchess of Cambridge meets children at Hampton Court's recently unveiled Magic Garden

Princess Charlotte tickled by royal pet hamster Marvin

The number of pensioners being admitted to hospital because of alcohol is on the rise

More pensioners admitted to hospital with alcohol issues

Gary Lineker said he would appear on TV in his pants

Cameron calls on Lineker to honour pants promise

The new rules were subject to three separate challenges

Standardised tobacco packaging clears final legal hurdles

Prime ministers have traditionally refused to appear before the cross-party select committees of backbench MPs which scrutinise departmental policy

David Cameron declines to appear before Commons committee holding Libya inquiry

The Metropolitan Police said the man is accused of attempting to travel to Syria to join a proscribed organisation

Man arrested in Syria terror probe raid

RAF strikes have put Daesh on the back foot.

Britain poised to send extra troops to support Iraqi forces in fight against IS

David Cameron with a group of 10-year-olds who interviewed him at Downing Street (First News/PA)

Cameron tells young reporters of Saturday morning electronics ban on children

Keegan Downer was murdered by Kandyce Downer, who has been jailed for a minimum of 18 years (West Midlands Police/PA)

Mother jailed for 18 years for murdering toddler Keegan Downer

Dame Joan Collins and Susanna Reid suffered a wardrobe double-up, appearing on Good Morning Britain wearing the same dress (Joancollinsdbe/Twitter/PA)

Dress double-take for 'glamour twins' Susanna and Dame Joan

David and Pauline Williams

Police carry out excavations at home of paedophiles who knew Fred and Rose West

Shell's results beat analyst expectations despite a 58% plunge in profits

Shell profits plunge to £1.1bn as oil price woes continue

Spending on groceries on offer fell to a seven-year low as superstores took on discounters with permanent price cuts

Spending on discounters' groceries hits seven-year low as superstores cut prices

Next said the lacklustre figures could indicate a wider slowdown in consumer spending

Next warns on profits as cold weather hits clothing sales

Sainsbury's reported pre-tax profits of £548 million against losses of £72 million the previous year

Sainsbury's posts £548m bottom-line profit but remains under pressure

A twisted sign, felled concrete posts and a broken wall tell the story of violence outside a coking plant in Orgreave, South Yorkshire.

Police watchdog considers unredacted Orgreave report

Local councils are facing legal action at the High Court today over their decisions to impose boycotts on Israeli goods

Councils in court over boycott of Israeli goods

Companies are being urged to take more responsibility when their customers fall victim to scammers

Companies should not get 'off hook' when customers scammed

Charities have raised concerns over the use of bailiffs to chase people in council tax arrears

Concern over use of bailiffs to chase council tax debts

The Foreign Office has been criticised by MPs for relying on Saudi Arabia to investigate alleged human rights violations by its forces fighting in the Yemeni civil war.

MPs 'unconvinced' by Saudi role investigating alleged violations in Yemen

Shelter said the Government was being 'reckless' on the sale of council homes

Charity brands Government 'reckless' over council house sales

The Government has been urged to decide on where a new runway should be built

Government 'must make up its mind' on airport expansion

Prince Harry is playing for his Lesotho charity Sentebale

Harry saddles up for charity polo match in Florida

The bitter dispute at Orgreave resulted in dozens of injuries on both sides

Police watchdog considers unredacted Orgreave report

A man has been charged with murder following the discovery of a body in a reservoir

Reservoir body: Man charged with murder

Police have appealed for witnesses

Two children in the back of Toyota 'stolen during police chase'

Home Office permanent secretary Mark Sedwill appearing in front of the Home Affairs Select Committee

'Only a fraction' of confiscation orders debt likely to be recovered

Sir Philip Green sold BHS for £1

Sir Philip Green agrees to Commons grilling over the collapse of BHS


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