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Top Referee Dropped For Driving Home Alone

Top football referee Mark Clattenburg has been dropped for this weekend's Premier League fixtures after breaking protocol to attend a pop concert.

Jean McConville Murder: Police Arrest Man

Detectives investigating the 1972 abduction and murder of mother-of-10 Jean McConville have arrested a 73-year-old man.

Tesco Faces Criminal Probe Over Profits Crisis

The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has launched a formal criminal probe into Tesco's accounting crisis that led the UK's biggest retailer to overstate profits by £263m.

Feminism Row: Harman Gets Shirty With Cameron

Harriet Harman has found a novel way of criticising David Cameron at Prime Minister's Questions - by donning a pro-feminist top he had refused to wear.

Dewani's Tears On Fourth Wedding Anniversary

Shrien Dewani was seen wiping tears from his eyes as CCTV footage of his late wife, Anni, was shown in court.

Tesco Faces Criminal Probe Over Profits Crisis

The Serious Fraud Office (SFO) is poised to launch a formal criminal probe into the accounting crisis at Tesco that led the UK's biggest retailer to overstate profits by £263m.

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Top Referee Dropped For Driving Home Alone

Top football referee Mark Clattenburg has been dropped for this weekend's Premier League fixtures after breaking protocol to attend a pop concert.

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Sky Sources: Fraud Office To Investigate Tesco

The Serious Fraud Office is to investigate Tesco over its profits scandal, Sky News has learned.

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Tech And Staff Failures Behind Case Backlog

The failure of two major IT projects and "ill-judged" staffing decisions have led to the loss of more than 50,000 people who cannot be found in Britain, according to a report by MPs.

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Man Guilty Of Murdering Women On Puppy Farm

A dog breeder has been found guilty of murdering his partner and her daughter at his puppy farm.

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British Spies Can Get US Data Without A Warrant

British spies can access communications data collected by the US National Security Agency (NSA) and other foreign spy agencies without a warrant, it has been revealed.

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RBS Seeks To Shut Down Payday Loan Brokers

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has told Sky News it is actively working to close payday loan brokers amid a deluge of complaints over fees being taken from customer accounts.

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