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RAF Helicopter Forced To Land Near Minefield
An RAF Chinook helicopter has been forced to land near an Israeli minefield after engine failure, Sky sources say.
Man Admits Strangling Ex-Girlfriend And Baby
A violent partner has admitted strangling his ex-girlfriend and her seven-month-old baby boy in their beds two days after the couple separated.
Curry House Boss Dies After Bill Dispute
A curry house manager has died after a dispute with a customer over the bill, police said.
Chemical Experts Investigate Mystery Tent Death
Chemical and radiation experts have been called in following the unexplained death of a man found inside a tent in a field.
'Slaves' Rescued In Bristol Police Raids
Three men, believed to be victims of slavery, have been "rescued" by police following a series of raids in the Bristol area.
Balls 'Couldn't Give A T***' About Criticism
Shadow chancellor Ed Balls has told Sky News he “couldn’t give a t***” about speculation by newspapers and bookmakers about his future after stinging criticism of his Autumn Statement speech.
Football Spot-Fixing Claims: Three In Custody
Three people are in custody and being questioned by police in connection over football spot-fixing allegations.
Air Traffic Control: 'Business As Usual'
Major airports have reported they are back to "business as usual" after an air traffic control centre glitch caused chaos across the UK and Ireland.
Poverty Report: Hard Work Is Not Paying Off
For the first time, there are more people in working families living below the poverty line (6.7 million) than in workless and retired families combined (6.3 million), a report has found.
UKIP Politician In 'Send Them Back' Video
UKIP has again become embroiled in controversy after one of its politicians was caught on camera saying immigrants should be sent home.
Iraq Deaths: UK Troops To Face 11 Inquiries
British troops are facing 11 separate inquiries into their conduct in Iraq following a ruling by the High Court, the Ministry of Defence (MoD) has confirmed.
MPs' Pay Rise 'Preposterous' Says Ed Balls
Shadow Chancellor Ed Balls has called a proposal to boost MPs pay by 11% "out of touch" and "ridiculous" given current economic squeeze.