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Never Mind The Buzzcocks to end after 19 years Never Mind The Buzzcocks to end after 19 yearsDate: 26/05/2015

The BBC has pulled the plug on comedy panel show Never Mind The Buzzcocks after 19 years and 28 series. First broadcast in 1996...

Six jailed over Toblerone and whisky thefts from lorries Six jailed over Toblerone and whisky thefts from lorriesDate: 26/05/2015

Six men have been jailed after lorries and their loads, including whisky and chocolate, were stolen in Kent. Kent Police said the

Hillsborough investigators release more images of potential witnesses to help inquests into football tragedy Hillsborough investigators release more images of potential witnesses to help inquests into football tragedyDate: 29/04/2015

Hillsborough investigators have released more images of potential witnesses in a bid to assist the ongoing inquests into the...

General Election 2015: SNP and its activists General Election 2015: SNP and its activists 'openly racist' towards the English, Farage saysDate: 29/04/2015

The Scottish National Party and its activists are “openly racist” towards the English and Nicola Sturgeon has done nothing to...

4/20 Hyde Park: Cannabis users descend on London park for annual smoke-in 4/20 Hyde Park: Cannabis users descend on London park for annual smoke-inDate: 20/04/2015

If it hadn’t been for the poor weather – and the distinct odour – you could have been forgiven for thinking it was steam rising...

How to register to vote: A step-by-step guide to having your say in the general election How to register to vote: A step-by-step guide to having your say in the general electionDate: 20/04/2015

The general election takes place on 7 May - and today is your last chance to register to vote. If you are not sure whether or...

New Unionist tactical voting campaign to stop SNP surge New Unionist tactical voting campaign to stop SNP surgeDate: 03/03/2015

A Unionist group called Forward Together is set up to oust Pete Wishart from his Perthshire seat and encourage voters to back...

Mohammed Emwazi received MI5 warning in 2009, tapes reveal Mohammed Emwazi received MI5 warning in 2009, tapes revealDate: 03/03/2015

Mohammed Emwazi, the west London man unmasked as the Islamic State’s knife-wielding killer, said he was told by MI5 five years...

Former Nick Clegg ally Jeremy Browne blasts Former Nick Clegg ally Jeremy Browne blasts 'insipid' Lib Dem leaderDate: 13/02/2015

Nick Clegg has been accused by one of his senior MPs of offering voters “insipid moderation” and retreating to the Liberal...

Polish labourer guilty of killing pensioner with pair of scissors Polish labourer guilty of killing pensioner with pair of scissorsDate: 10/02/2015

A Polish labourer faces life imprisonment after being found guilty of the “revolting” murder of a pensioner who had offered him...

Burial ground with 3,000 bodies to be excavated in London for Crossrail Burial ground with 3,000 bodies to be excavated in London for CrossrailDate: 09/02/2015

Digging a large hole under the streets of one of the world’s biggest cities is going to throw up some rather interesting...

Internet racists ‘could be dealt with in same way as sex offenders’ Internet racists ‘could be dealt with in same way as sex offenders’Date: 09/02/2015

With Hitler and holocaust among the top 35 key words used on Twitter over the summer, it was decided that something needs to be...

UK general election - 100 days to go: Miliband and Cameron neck and neck in fight for voters UK general election - 100 days to go: Miliband and Cameron neck and neck in fight for voters' trust on NHSDate: 27/01/2015

The NHS will matter more to people than the economy when they decide how to vote in the general election 100 days from today...

Britain braces for more wintry weather after coldest night of year Britain braces for more wintry weather after coldest night of yearDate: 19/01/2015

Britain could remain in the grip of freezing temperatures until later this week, following the coldest nights of winter so far...

General Election 2015: Lib Dem Nick Clegg confirms plans to tax wealthy General Election 2015: Lib Dem Nick Clegg confirms plans to tax wealthyDate: 19/01/2015

The deputy prime minister told BBC's Andrew Marr Show: "[Lib Dem plans to cut the deficit would involve] a mixture of the...

UK weather: What is the nation UK weather: What is the nation's cold weather plan?Date: 16/01/2015

The Cold Weather Plan is a series of contingencies to protect the public in the event of serious drop in temperature. Currently...

Clegg faces fresh Clegg faces fresh 'betrayal' claimsDate: 16/01/2015

Ed Miliband will accuse Nick Clegg of a fresh "betrayal" of students today after the Liberal Democrat leader's broken pledge at...

David Cameron should not have veto on TV debates David Cameron should not have veto on TV debatesDate: 15/01/2015

t was in 2010 that the UK finally broke its duck. The three main party leaders held a series of televised debates ahead of that...

Outrage as judge says teacher was Outrage as judge says teacher was 'groomed' by 16-year-old studentDate: 15/01/2015

Child protection campaigners have reacted angrily after a judge declined to jail a teacher who had a sexual affair with a...

Dirty deal where end justified the means for ex-PM Dirty deal where end justified the means for ex-PMDate: 14/01/2015

The old magic was still there when Tony Blair spent two hours being quizzed by the Northern Ireland Select Affairs Committee...

Anti-Semitic views held by half of Britons, poll suggests Anti-Semitic views held by half of Britons, poll suggestsDate: 14/01/2015

Almost half of the British population holds anti-Semitic views, a new survey commissioned by the Campaign against Anti-Semitism...

Middle class hardest hit by benefit cuts and tax rises Middle class hardest hit by benefit cuts and tax risesDate: 13/01/2015

Middle-income households have been left as much as £6,000 a year worse off by tax rises and child benefit cuts, the Institute...

Tony Blair bid to avoid IRA letters questions is Tony Blair bid to avoid IRA letters questions is 'insult' to victimsDate: 13/01/2015

Tony Blair's attempts to avoid being grilled over IRA comfort letters is a “disgusting insult” to victims of terrorists, the...

Taylor Wimpey sees more Taylor Wimpey sees more 'sustainable' housing marketDate: 12/01/2015

Last year, the firm built 6% more homes - 12,454 in total - with their average price up 12% at £213,000. In a trading update to...

Somerset town crime spike blamed on one 11-year-old schoolboy Somerset town crime spike blamed on one 11-year-old schoolboyDate: 09/01/2015

An eleven-year-old schoolboy has been blamed for a fifth of all crimes in a historic Somerset market town. Shepton Mallet...

QUENTIN LETTS on the first session of Ed Miliband QUENTIN LETTS on the first session of Ed Miliband's 'People's Question Time'Date: 09/01/2015

Tony Blair used to do Q&A sessions, sitting among a ‘randomly selected’ audience on a bar stool, like Val Doonican about to...

Cameron junks suggestion to force overseas students to return home after graduation Cameron junks suggestion to force overseas students to return home after graduationDate: 07/01/2015

LONDON: Prime minister David Cameron and the Tory leadership has junked home secretary Theresa May's suggestion to force...

Germany Germany's Angela Merkel needs a dressing down, not the red carpet treatmentDate: 07/01/2015

Angela Merkel, who visits Britain this week, is a huge success in Germany, but in Europe she is a destructive failure who is...

Nigel Farage: Ukip would get rid of foreign NHS workers who Nigel Farage: Ukip would get rid of foreign NHS workers who 'can't speak English properlyDate: 05/01/2015

Nigel Farage has pledged to get rid of NHS workers who “can’t speak English properly”, and said that a Ukip government would...

Police cuts are here to stay, says head of watchdog Police cuts are here to stay, says head of watchdogDate: 05/01/2015

Chief Inspector of Constabulary Sir Thomas Winsor said forces had mainly "done well" with 20% cuts in four years and more...



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