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Parliamentary debate could help save Porton Down jobs

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Salisbury's MP John Glen is due to speak against the relocation of Public Health England.

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Amesbury Pavilion to be demolished after arson attack

The building on Holders Field has been targeted, with the damage so severe that it'll have to be pulled down.

Strawberry Fox joins list of Salisbury stores shutting

The Cross Keys shop has closed to customers, with its owner blaming declining footfall in the city centre.

Wiltshire needs more special constables, says Commissioner

Angus Macpherson says he's frustrated at not meeting a target to increase the numbers in the county.

Salisbury Waitrose workers complete Spartan Race

The team of 6 from the Churchill Way store took on the gruelling challenge for the Salisbury Hospice.

Police And BBC Questioned Over Sir Cliff Raid

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The director general of the BBC has told MPs the broadcaster would "never have run the story" over a planned search of Sir Cliff Richard's home if police had warned it would be "damaging" to the investigation.

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Ashya: Opinion Divided On Proton Beam Therapy

Radiotherapy cures more people of cancer than any drug.

National Grid Seeks Extra Winter Electricity

National Grid has brought forward plans to tap additional power capacity over the winter after unexpected plant outages raised the risk of shortages.

Blackpool Pen Stabbing: Police Hunt Attacker

Police have released pictures of a 66-year-old woman who was stabbed in the arm with a ballpoint pen in the an attempt to track down her attacker.

Woman Stabbed In The Neck In Walthamstow

Police are hunting for an attacker who stabbed a young woman in the arm and neck, leaving her in a critical condition.

Celeb Hack Exposes Holes In Digital Security

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More than 100 celebrities are thought to be victims of this latest hacking scandal but the perpetrator is yet to come forward.

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Chris Brown Pleads Guilty To Washington Assault

Chris Brown has pleaded guilty to punching a man who tried to join a picture the singer was taking outside a hotel in Washington DC.

First Photos From Jolie And Pitt Wedding

Angelina Jolie wore a dress decorated with her six children's artwork for her wedding to Brad Pitt, it has been revealed.

CeeLo Green Leaves Twitter After Rape Remarks

CeeLo Green has deleted his Twitter account after apologising for making comments about the definition of rape.

Sculptures Go Up In Smoke As Burning Man Ends

Rain and dust storms did nothing to dampen the spirits of nearly 66,000 revellers at this year's Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert.

Cleverley Set For Villa Loan

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Aston Villa are confident of signing Tom Cleverley on loan from Manchester United, according to Sky sources.

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Gallacher, Poulter And Westwood In Ryder Cup

Stephen Gallacher, Ian Poulter and Lee Westwood are Europe captain Paul McGinley's wildcard picks for the 2014 Ryder Cup.

McGinley To Reveal Ryder Cup Wildcard Picks

Paul McGinley will finalise Europe's Ryder Cup team with the addition of his three captain's picks on Tuesday.

Kirk Claims Deutsche Bank Championship

Chris Kirk carded a final-round five-under 66 to win the Deutsche Bank Championship by two shots and go top of the FedEx Cup standings.

Arsenal Sign Welbeck From Man Utd

Arsenal have signed England striker Danny Welbeck from Manchester United for a fee believed to be in the region of £15m.

Chris Brown Pleads Guilty To Washington Assault

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Chris Brown has pleaded guilty to punching a man who tried to join a picture the singer was taking outside a hotel in Washington DC.

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Napa Valley Quake Due To Lesser-Known Fault

An earthquake that shook Northern California this month was due to the lesser-known West Napa Fault, according to scientists studying images from a new satellite.

Wedding Brawl Ends With Groom Held By Police

A groom has spent his wedding night in police custody after allegedly harassing a waitress at the reception and then getting into a brawl.

Ebola Patient Flees Clinic In Search For Food

Video has emerged of Liberian ebola clinic workers dressed in contamination suits chasing an escaped patient through the streets after he left a treatment centre to visit a market.

Uber Taxis Banned From Operating In Germany

The Uber ridesharing service has been banned from operating in Germany pending a court hearing on whether it meets transport safety laws.

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