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George Osborne has warned Britain must fix its economic relationship with Brussels

George Osborne: We must fix relationship with 'single market' EU

Adam Nichols on BBC Crimewatch after his assault

Purfleet clothes van raid assault: £3,000 reward offered

Some 63% of over-45s said they pay little or no attention to their pension

Two-thirds of over-45s 'ignoring pensions'

CCTV image issued by the Metropolitan Police of a woman they are trying to identify who asked a police officer for access to a highly restricted area in Westminster, London

Woman who dumped two knives near Westminster sought by police

Turning off street lights does not increase crime or traffic accidents, research suggests

AA insists street lights save lives despite research denying accident link

Left-wing Labour leadership contender Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn on course to take Labour's top job after storming 20 points ahead

The announcements are part of a package aimed at the problem of "modern day slavery"

Firms to reveal action on ensuring slave labour is not being used

The advice governs treatment of patients nearing the end of their lives

New NHS guidance on end-of life treatment after Liverpool Care Pathway withdrawn

Home Secretary Theresa May has agreed to spend an extra £7 million to step up security at the Channel Tunnel railhead in Coquelles

Calais migrants: UK to spend extra £7m on security boost

The Insolvency Service is releasing new figures on the number of people going insolvent across England and Wales

Insolvencies tipped to fall again as confidence in economy picks up

The study found that although a ceasarean is safer, the risk brought by vaginal delivery for a breech birth is still very low

Baby risks during natural breech birth 'very small'

The Jolly Fisherman of Skegness

Anger at Peta calls to pension off Jolly Fisherman of Skegness

Lunch box cartons and small bottles of added sugar juice drinks aimed at children will no longer be sold from the start of the new school year, Tesco said

Ribena reassurance as Tesco bans lunch box cartons of sugary drinks

Dmitri Kovtun had been due to provide testimony by video link from Moscow. (AP)

Alexander Litvinenko's father retracted 'Putin poison' claim, inquiry told

A migrant trying to board UK bound lorries on the main road into Calais ferry port (PA/file)

Calais migrants: UK to spend extra £7m on security boost

Sara Thornton, head of the National Police Chiefs' Council, said forces needed to shift their focus away from "traditional" offences in the wake of budget cuts and staff losses (National Police Chiefs' Council/PA)

Burglary victims may not get visit from police says NPCC chief

Police have reintroduced Operation Stack on the M20

'Thousands' of migrants storm Calais Eurotunnel site causing delays to trains

Cecil strolls around in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe (AP)

American dentist wanted by police after protected lion Cecil is shot dead

Lamara Bell died a week after being involved in a crash on the M9 which police did not discover for three days (Police Scotland/PA Wire)

Police leave voicemail on M9 crash victim's phone

A library card issued to a European Eagle Owl named Yoda in recognition of his work tackling seagulls at a university campus (University of Bath/PA)

University staff not twits to woo Yoda the owl with library card

Up to 320 tickets have been slapped on the windscreens of drivers who parked in a loading bay near the city's museum

Parking sign error could cost Swansea council £22,000

The work by Giovanni da Rimini had been sold by the Duke of Northumberland (NPG/PA)

Estee Lauder son saves painting for UK with £5m National Gallery donation

Green Party members Clare Phipps and Sarah Cope at the Royal Courts of Justice

Green would-be MPs lose Westminster job share test case at High Court

Westerly winds and high pressure from Thursday will bring temperatures in line with normal levels

Sunshine set to warm England for the weekend

The new Windows 10 start menu (Microsoft/PA)

Microsoft to launch Windows 10, with new web browser Edge

Anthony Miller drowned during a holiday in Lanzarote when he attempted to save two swimmers in distress, an inquest at Nottingham Coroner's Court heard (Family handout/PA)

Accident verdict in death of man who tried to save swimmers in Lanzarote

Discarded nitrous oxide canisters

Lambeth cracks down on laughing gas by banning legal highs

Two firefighters have been cleared by a court over charges involving initiation ceremonies

Firefighters cleared of initiation ceremony indecent assault charges

Anthony Small, 33, denied trying to travel to Syria

Former British boxing champion cleared of Syria trip plot

The iRights plan wants websites to feature a delete button to enable youngsters to request information posted online be removed

Young people backed over right to delete material from internet

Peter Dickson has been with the singing show since it started

X Factor announcer Peter Dickson quits after 11 years

Video grab taken from ITV of Dame Helen Mirren on ITV1's Good Morning Britain (ITV/PA)

Good Morning Britain apology after Dame Helen Mirren's TV p-word gaffe

Paige Chivers left home after a family row (Lancashire Police/PA)

Paedophile gets 33 years for Paige Chivers murder

Six people were killed when the bin lorry mounted the pavement in Glasgow city centre just before Christmas last year

Glasgow bin lorry crash crew 'did not have time to stop tragedy'

Two sites in the UK are to host tests of a revolutionary machine that scans and kills cancer at the same time

UK trials for machine which scans and kills cancer

The inquiry was launched after it was announced Scotland Yard had spied on campaigners fighting for justice for murdered black teenager Stephen Lawrence

Undercover policing inquiry 'may expose discreditable conduct'

Paramedics rescuing a man found inside a bin lorry in Warwickshire (West Midlands Ambulance Service/PA)

Man saved by paramedics after being tipped into bin lorry

Church of England vicar Simon Reynolds was convicted of stealing thousands of pounds

On-the-run vicar jailed for church fees thefts

Jeremy Corbyn vowed unflinching support for women in the fight against violence and abuse

Labour's Jeremy Corbyn laughs off 'sexy sea dog' tag in call for gender equality

Screen grab taken from footage of the moment two police officers risked a head-on collision when trying to stop a car driving the wrong way down a motorway (West Midlands Police/PA)

Bravery awards for police pair over motorway road block crash

An artist's impression of a Gorgosaurus feeding on a young Corythosaurus in Alberta, Canada, 75 million years ago (University of Toronto/PA)

Tyrannosaurus rex 'had steak knife teeth'

BP's bill for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill disaster totals 54.6 billion US dollars (£35.1 billion)

BP slumps to £2.7 billion loss as oil prices continue to fall

Legal experts believe more will challenges are possible following a £164,000 judgment in favour of disinherited daughter Heather Ilott

Disinherited daughter payout paves way for wills challenge

Conley Thompson, seven, was found dead on a building site

No suspicious circumstances in building site death of Conley Thompson, 7

Lord Sewel resigned after The Sun on Sunday published video of him allegedly taking drugs with prostitutes

Lord Sewel resigns from House of Lords amid drugs and sex claims

Prime Minister David Cameron delivers a speech at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore

David Cameron warns fraudsters: Britain no place for dirty money

Gross domestic product rose by 0.7% in line with expectations

UK growth bounces back as GDP rises by 0.7%

Manchester Royal Infirmary closed its accident and emergency department after two patients were thought to have Mers

Patients test negative for Mers after accident and emergency department closed

Leadership contender Andy Burnham said today's Labour politicians do not have the courage for big ideas

Andy Burnham: Modern Labour could not have created NHS

There are too many old people, says Katie Hopkins

'Use euthanasia vans on old people' says Katie Hopkins

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