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Terror Warning: Brits Not Safe Anywhere In World

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A worldwide travel warning has been issued by the Foreign Office, amid fears that Britons flying abroad could be targeted in terrorist attacks.

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Junior Doctor Admits Child Sex Offences

A junior doctor who worked in paediatrics has admitted a string of sex offences against 12 boys under the age of 16.

Puppy Farm Killer Jailed For At Least 25 Years

An elderly puppy farm owner who murdered his partner and her daughter has been sentenced to life in prison - with a minimum term of 25 years.

Boost For Aspiring Female Footballers

A pioneering new academy is offering future stars of women's football the opportunity to train while studying for their A-levels.

Police Scrap Cautions In Punishment Shake-Up

The Government is piloting a scheme to abolish police cautions and replace them with what it says are tougher new penalties.

Theresa May Accused Of Bungling Over Inquiry

In an interview explaining why she has become the second child abuse inquiry head to quit before starting work, Fiona Woolf blamed "negative comment and innuendo".

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Search Begins For New Child Abuse Inquiry Chair

The search is under way for a new head of the inquiry into historical child sex abuse after Fiona Woolf became the second chairwoman to quit.

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App To Help Motor Neurone Disease Sufferers

Motor Neurone Disease sufferers who struggle with speech will be able to communicate via a recording of their own voice with the help of a pioneering new app.

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Law Student 'Was Considering Armed Robbery'

A law student accused of targeting Tony and Cherie Blair in a terrorist attack was actually thinking about launching an armed robbery and buying heroin, a court has heard.

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Woolf Quits As Head Of Child Abuse Inquiry

Fiona Woolf has quit as head of an inquiry into historical child sex abuse following criticism of her suitability for the role.

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Junior Doctor Admits Child Sex Offences

A junior doctor who worked in paediatrics has admitted a string of sex offences against 12 boys under the age of 16.

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£800k Rom Con: Man Who Defrauded Brits Jailed

British women defrauded out of more than £800,000 by a conman in Ghana who romanced them on dating websites have got justice after he was convicted.

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