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Supermarkets Named And Shamed On Chicken Bug

Seventy percent of chickens sold in major supermarkets tested positive for the presence of campylobacter - the UK’s biggest cause of food poisoning, a Food Standards Agency (FSA) study shows.

Two Children In UK Undergoing Tests For Ebola

Two children are undergoing tests for Ebola after they arrived in the UK from Africa, Public Health England has revealed.

Crime Writer PD James Dies Aged 94

Acclaimed British crime writer PD James, whose books included Death Comes To Pemberley, has died aged 94.

Supermarkets Named And Shamed On Chicken Bug

Seventy percent of chickens sold in major supermarkets tested positive for the presence of campylobacter - the UK’s biggest cause of food poisoning, a Food Standards Agency (FSA) study shows.

Man Released By McConville Murder Detectives

A man arrested as part of the investigation into the 1972 abduction of mother-of-10 Jean McConville has been released.

Net Migration To UK Soars By More Than 40%

David Cameron's pledge to crackdown on immigration has been dealt a major blow after new figures showed net migration to the UK had rocketed to 260,000 - a hike of 43%.

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Thirteen Convicted Over Teen Girls Sex Ring

Thirteen men have been convicted of running a sex ring that saw teenage girls abused, raped and prostituted.

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Scotland Must Get Full Tax Powers - Commission

The Scottish Parliament should be given new powers over tax and welfare as part of a deal in the wake of the independence referendum, it has been recommended.

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Police 'Skill Deficit' Criticised In Report

Police are caught in a time warp and must adapt if they are to tackle modern crimes, a new report has warned.

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East Coast Rail Winner Makes Service Pledge

Passengers using the East Coast main line are being promised massive improvements including new routes, trains and carriages by the consortium set to take over the franchise.

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Manhunt After Couple Found Stabbed In House

Police have launched a manhunt for a Lithuanian builder after the bodies of a man and a woman were found at a property in Surrey.

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'Plebgate' Judge Set To Hand Down Ruling

A high court judge will decide later whether Andrew Mitchell called police officers "plebs" after being refused use of the main gates at Downing Street.

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