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Alton Towers visitors yet to recover a year after Smiler crash

The owner of Alton Towers has said visitor numbers have not yet fully recovered more than a year after the horrific rollercoaster accident that saw it fined £5m.

British golfer Danny Willett sorry for brother Pete's rant at US Ryder Cup fans

Ryder Cup golfer Danny Willett has been forced to apologise after his brother wrote a magazine article attacking American golfers and fans.

Oxford schoolgirl pulled in car on busy street before sex attack

A teenage schoolgirl was snatched from a busy street in Oxford before being sexually assaulted, police said. 

Brexit planning may cost £65m a year and need 520 more staff

The potential cost of negotiating Britain's departure from the European Union has been estimated at £65m a year, a report says.

BHS is back: New owners sell online only after chain's collapse

A new chapter in the tumultuous life of BHS begins today as relaunches under new owners.

Barnsley coach Tommy Wright suspended over transfer bung claims

Barnsley have suspended assistant head coach Tommy Wright following claims he took a £5,000 bung to help place players at his club.

Child sex abuse inquiry lawyer Ben Emmerson suspended

The most senior lawyer on the national probe into child sexual abuse has been suspended from duty.

Airbnb: 'Don't blame us for higher London rents'

Lettings website Airbnb has denied it is to blame for rising rental costs in London.

Manhunt underway after convicted murderer goes missing from bail hostel

A national manhunt is underway to track down a convicted murderer who has fled from a bail hostel.

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Ben Needham police looking at tree missing from photo taken at time of his disappeared

Ben Needham police looking at tree missing from photo taken at time of his disappeared

Police searching for missing Ben Needham are analysing a photo taken just after he vanished indicating a tree was planted on the spot where he was last seen.

'Widespread corruption' claims hit FA after Allardyce quits

'Widespread corruption' claims hit FA after Allardyce quits

Evidence reportedly implicating eight current and former Premier League managers in taking "bungs" for player transfers will be passed on to the FA - just hours after England boss Sam Allardyce was forced to stand down.

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