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Video: Woman Plucked From Rapidly Rising Water

Footage has emerged of the moment a woman was plucked alive from the sea with seconds to spare as she was cut off by the incoming tide.

Max Clifford Charged With Indecent Assault

Max Clifford has been charged with one count of indecent assault allegedly committed in 1981, the Crown Prosecution Service has said.

Assange Asylum Plea: Hollande Says Non

French President Francois Hollande has turned down a request from WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to grant him asylum in France.

Police Officer Cleared Of Azelle Rodney Murder

A former Scotland Yard firearms officer, who shot dead an armed drug dealer in north London 10 years ago, has been cleared of murder.

Children's Campaigner To Step Down Over Funding

A high profile children's campaigner is to step down from her position at a government-supported charity after a funding crisis.

Four Seen By Medics In New Alton Towers Collision

Four people have received medical attention after a second Alton Towers rollercoaster collision in less than a month.

McQueen V&A Show To Run Through The Night

Demand for the Alexander McQueen exhibition has been so high that the Victoria and Albert museum has announced it will stay open to visitors all night.

Tunisia: Tributes To Beach Massacre Dead

Britain has paused for a minute's silence to remember the holidaymakers shot dead by a terrorist while they sunbathed on a Tunisian beach last week.

Peaches Geldof: Police Heroin Inquiry Ends

Police have ended their hunt for the drug dealer who supplied Peaches Geldof with the heroin that killed her.

Flash Flooding Warning As Weather Stays Warm

People preparing for one of the warmest weekends of the year so far should be ready for the possibility of heavy storms, forecasters say.

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Prison Officer Critical After Court Assault

A female prison officer assaulted while transferring a prisoner at Blackfriars Crown Court remains in critical condition in hospital, police have said.

Four Seen By Medics In New Alton Towers Collision

Four people have received medical attention after a second Alton Towers rollercoaster collision in less than a month.

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