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Plan Could Double Ambulance Waiting Times

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Some people who need an ambulance may soon have to wait longer for it to arrive even if they are classed as a serious case under new proposals.

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Hartlepool: Ched Evans Signing 'A Possibility'

Hartlepool manager Ronnie Moore has expressed his interest in signing convicted rapist Ched Evans.

Community Safety Campaigner Stabbed To Death

A man has appeared in court accusing of murdering a community safety campaigner who was stabbed to death during the morning rush hour.

May Wants To 'Send Home' Foreign Graduates

Foreign students could be forced to leave the UK after their courses finish under tough new rules being considered by the Home Secretary, reports say.

Domestic Abuse Victims Warned Over Presents

Victims of domestic abuse are being warned to beware of Christmas gifts containing hidden spyware.

Tsunami Survivor: 'I Felt Guilty I'd Lived'

When Amanda Rabbow describes the hours she fought for her life in the Boxing Day tsunami in 2004, it is as if she is back in the wave again.

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Booze Bus Aims To Ease Pressure On A&E

A mobile treatment centre costing nearly half a million pounds has been opened to keep drunk people out of A&E.

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Second Arrest Over Police Constable's Killing

A second man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after an off-duty police constable was beaten to death in Liverpool.

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Hartlepool: Ched Evans Signing 'A Possibility'

Hartlepool manager Ronnie Moore has expressed his interest in signing convicted rapist Ched Evans.

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Officers Sacked For Sending Obscene Images

Two police officers from Scotland Yard's Diplomatic Protection Group have been sacked for sending obscene images from their mobile phones.

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Lockerbie Bombing: Megrahi's Guilt Reaffirmed

Scotland's top prosecutor has reaffirmed Abdelbaset al Megrahi's guilt in the Lockerbie bombing following an appeal by victims' families to have the late Libyan's name cleared.

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