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Crime Falls To Lowest Level In 33 Years

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Crime continued to fall last year, down 15% to the lowest level since records began more than 30 years ago.

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Center Parcs' Term-Time TV Advert Banned

A TV advert for Center Parcs which "irresponsibly encouraged parents" to take their children on holiday during term time has been banned.

Man Swallowed Goldfish In NekNominate Dare

A 22-year-old man has become the first person to be prosecuted in the UK for the internet drinking game NekNominate after downing a goldfish.

Mum Charged With Murdering Disabled Children

A mother arrested over the deaths of her three disabled children in south London has been charged with their murders.

UKIP Member Suspended Over 'Repellent Views'

UKIP has suspended a member who appeared in its latest election broadcast after he allegedly expressed "repellent views" on Twitter.

Dying Teen Cheered By 'Phenomenal' Donations

A terminally ill teenager whose JustGiving page raised more than £1m for charity in 24 hours says he is "still fighting".

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Ethical Hackers 'To Target 20 UK Banks'

Leading banks are to be targeted by a team of "white hat" hackers to assess their ability to withstand cyber terrorism and crime.

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Firefighters To Strike For Three Days In May

Firefighters across England and Wales will stage three days of strike action in May, the Fire Brigades Union (FBU) has said.

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Irish Gang Boss: 'I'm Coming Back To Dublin'

A notorious Irish criminal has told his family he intends returning to Dublin from England, following an attempt on his life, according to the Irish Independent.

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UKIP Accused Of Being 'Two-Faced' By Clegg

Nick Clegg has accused UKIP of being "two-faced" to claim immigration from Europe threatened UK jobs.

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Barclays Board Face Angry Shareholders At AGM

Senior management of Barclays bank have faced angry shareholders at the bank's annual general meeting, with its chairman forced to defend its bonus payments.

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Camilla's Brother In Revolving Door Death

The Duchess of Cornwall's brother Mark Shand died after falling backwards while trying to re-enter a revolving door, New York police have said.

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