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Student Injured In Chemistry Lab Explosion

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A student at Liverpool University has been injured in a chemistry lab explosion which blew out seven windows.

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Becky Watts Search: Police Find Body Parts

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Teacher 'Planned Multiple Attacks' For IS

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Becky Watts' Stepbrother Being Questioned

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Mother Guilty Of Killing Daughter Amid Affair

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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.

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ScottishPower Sales Ban For Complaint Failure

ScottishPower has been handed a 12-day sales ban for failing to meet targets on handling customer complaints.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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