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Student Injured In Chemistry Lab Explosion
A student at Liverpool University has been injured in a chemistry lab explosion which blew out seven windows.
Becky Watts Search: Police Find Body Parts
The family of Becky Watts have said they are "devastated" after police looking for the missing 16-year-old announced they had found body parts.
Alan Cartwright: CCTV Of Boy's Stab Death
Police have released "truly shocking" video of the moment a 15-year-old was stabbed to death while cycling along a busy London street.
Syria Extremists Linked To Cold-Calling Scam
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of money laundering by police investigating fraud by extremists travelling to Syria.
Teacher 'Planned Multiple Attacks' For IS
A chemistry teacher from Manchester was "preparing himself to commit multiple acts of murder" fighting with Islamic State, a court has heard.
Becky Watts' Stepbrother Being Questioned
Detectives investigating the disappearance of 16-year-old Becky Watts have until this afternoon to charge or release Nathan Matthews, who is reported to be her stepbrother, and his girlfriend Shauna Phillips.
Mother Guilty Of Killing Daughter Amid Affair
A mother and her lesbian lover have been found guilty of killing an eight-year-old girl during their affair.
Amazon 'Free Trial' Advert Banned By Watchdog
A regulator has banned a direct mailing advert offering a "free trial" of Amazon's Prime delivery service, ruling it misled consumers on subscription fees.
ScottishPower Sales Ban For Complaint Failure
ScottishPower has been handed a 12-day sales ban for failing to meet targets on handling customer complaints.
Pc Gets £80,000 'Plebgate' Damages Payout
The police officer at the centre of the "Plebgate" row has agreed to an £80,000 damages payout, a High Court has heard.
Man Admits 'Sickening' £5 Robbery Of Pensioner
A man has admitted a "callous and sickening" mugging in which he knocked down a 93-year-old pensioner for just £5.
Oz Royal Phone Prank Station Broke The Law
The radio station that allowed two DJs to make a hoax call to the hospital treating the Duchess of Cambridge for morning sickness broke the law, Australia's High Court has ruled.