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Young People Divided On Scottish Independence

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Sky News' infamous travelling office sofa has toured the length and breadth of Scotland in the run-up to this week's Scottish referendum.

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Body Found In Burning Bin Lorry Near Theatre

A body has been found in a burning bin lorry near a theatre in Manchester.

DLT Jury Is Told To 'Judge The Evidence'

The jury in the trial of Dave Lee Travis has been told it should consider the evidence in the case, not whether the allegations are serious enough to be prosecuted.

EastEnders Star Wins NOTW And Police Damages

EastEnders star Steve McFadden has accepted "substantial damages" from the publishers of the News Of The World (NOTW) newspaper and the Metropolitan Police.

Man Falls Through Roof During Fashion Show

A man is being treated in hospital after falling through the roof during a Topshop show at London Fashion Week.

Teenager Rugby-Tackles Man Who Attacked Police

Video shows a heroic teenager rugby-tackling a man who attacked two police officers.

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Families 'Devastated' Over Thai Beach Killings

The families of two British tourists brutally killed on a Thai beach have paid tribute to their loved ones.

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Two Dead In Helicopter Crash Off Flamborough

Two men have died after a helicopter crashed into the sea near the lighthouse at Flamborough, East Yorkshire, police have said.

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Pay Out For Passport Delays, Say MPs

Holidaymakers forced to pay to have their passport applications fast-tracked during the Passport Office delay fiasco should get compensation, MPs have said.

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Missing Alice Gross: Police Search For Man

Police investigating the disappearance of teenager Alice Gross are searching for a man who has been missing for nearly two weeks.

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Myners Lines Up Panel For Royal Mail Probe

A quartet of business heavyweights have been drafted in by Lord Myners, the former City minister, as he probes the controversial process which saw Royal Mail sold to the private sector last year.

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DLT Jury Is Told To 'Judge The Evidence'

The jury in the trial of Dave Lee Travis has been told it should consider the evidence in the case, not whether the allegations are serious enough to be prosecuted.

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