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Survival sex: 'Women are living in fear of the state'

Survival sex: 'Women are living in fear of the state'

Women are being "forced into selling sex" because they have few other options and live in fear of the state, an MP has warned.
Gas network fined £44m after leaving homes cut off and losing hundreds of records

Gas network fined £44m after leaving homes cut off and losing hundreds of records

Gas distribution firm Cadent has been fined a record £44m after leaving customers disconnected, failing to pay compensation, and losing records for 775 high rise flats in its network.
Prolific crime gang behind £600m UK smuggling operation smashed by Europol

Prolific crime gang behind £600m UK smuggling operation smashed by Europol

An organised crime gang that earned hundreds of millions of euros in drug and cigarette trafficking, assassinations and money laundering has been smashed by Europol.
Road rage killer Kenneth Noye to be released from jail on parole

Road rage killer Kenneth Noye to be released from jail on parole

Road rage killer Kenneth Noye is to be released from prison after a Parole Board panel concluded he was "suitable for return to the community".
Jeremy Kyle Show death: Guest was 'worried about repercussions'

Jeremy Kyle Show death: Guest was 'worried about repercussions'

A Jeremy Kyle Show guest who died in a suspected suicide was worried about the repercussions of his appearance, an inquest has heard.
Green to unveil make-or-break revamp of Topshop empire

Green to unveil make-or-break revamp of Topshop empire

The high street tycoon Sir Philip Green is to launch a make-or-break revamp of his Topshop empire that could see landlords handed a shareholding of more than one-third of the business.
EE stops selling new Huawei phones as it launches UK's first 5G network

EE stops selling new Huawei phones as it launches UK's first 5G network

EE will not be selling the next generation of Huawei phones due to concerns about whether the devices could receive operating system updates from Google.
Library book borrowed in 1967 returned with £100 cheque to cover fine

Library book borrowed in 1967 returned with £100 cheque to cover fine

A reader has returned a library book 52 years after it was borrowed, enclosing a £100 cheque to cover the fine.
UN report: Austerity drive has had 'tragic social consequences' for UK

UN report: Austerity drive has had 'tragic social consequences' for UK

An "ideological" drive for austerity has had "tragic social consequences" and resulted in the UK violating its human rights obligations, the UN has claimed.
Rihanna reveals she's moved to London - and fans are going wild

Rihanna reveals she's moved to London - and fans are going wild

Pop star Rihanna has revealed she has packed her bags and moved to London - and fans are going hysterical on social media.
Man, 80, brutally attacked by driver in Penge street after crossing road with wife

Man, 80, brutally attacked by driver in Penge street after crossing road with wife

An 80-year-old man has been seriously injured after being pushed over by a driver and knocked unconscious in a "nonsensical attack".
LGBT lessons row: Birmingham MP Roger Godsiff says five year olds are 'too young' to learn issues

LGBT lessons row: Birmingham MP Roger Godsiff says five year olds are 'too young' to learn issues

Four and five year olds are too young to learn about LGBT issues, according to the MP for the area where a primary school is facing daily protests over equality teaching.
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