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Major police review recommends dropping policy of automatically believing 'victims'

An alleged fantasist known as Nick, gave five different accounts of VIP abuse to the police, but was still regarded as "credible and true", it has emerged, as a review recommends dropping the policy of automatically believing "v

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Bishop George Bell investigation dropped by Sussex Police 

A police investigation into former bishop of Chichester George Bell has been dropped amid criticism of the Archbishop of Canterbury for smearing his name.

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Nicaraguan journalist shot dead on Facebook Live as Pope calls for end of deadly protests

A reporter was shot and killed during while broadcasting live on Facebook from an area of Nicaragua rocked by violent anti-government protests over pension reform.

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McDolus vs McDonald's: French mayor launches fresh broadside in fast food war that has split island town

A mayor on an island off western France has intensified his Asterix-style war against McDonald’s by creating a "sustainable food zone" to counter the arrival of the American fast-food chain’s first eatery.

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Kabul suicide blast outside voter registration centre kills 48

An Islamic State suicide bomber killed 48 people including women and children and wounded dozens outside a voter registration centre in the Afghan capital Kabul on Sunday in the latest attack on election preparations.

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Killer whales 'put on a show' in River Clyde

Sightseers at the River Clyde in Scotland were awestruck by the sight of orcas frolicking in the water.

Business

WPP investors hit out at £20m Martin Sorrell windfall

WPP is facing an investor backlash over the terms of Sir Martin Sorrell’s departure which puts him in line for a £20m windfall.

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25 years on from the murder of Stephen Lawrence: 'there is an indescribable pain that will never go'

One Sunday afternoon in his late teens, Mat Bickley was waiting at a bus stop in Greenwich.

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On the scent of 'the greatest chase that ever was' in a Twisted Land Rover Defender

On the scent of “the greatest chase that ever was” across the South Downs in a Twisted Land Rover Defender

Business

Cotton Traders in line for new owner

The founders of Cotton Traders are understood to be in talks over a deal to offload the clothing chain to the owners of Sale Sharks rugby club.

Business

Stars Group set to buy Sky Bet brand in £3bn deal

Stars Group, the Canadian gambling giant, has agreed to buy Sky Betting and Gaming in a deal worth $4.

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GCHQ warns public ‘absolute protection is not possible’ as it arranges meetings with rail chiefs

Britain’s spy agencies cannot offer “absolute protection” against Russian cyber attacks and are instead focused on preventing assaults that would “most impact on our way of life”, in the wake of the Salisb

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Carlyle positions for possible Prezzo takeover through debt

US private equity firm Carlyle Group is positioning itself to possibly wrest control of Prezzo, as the troubled restaurant chain negotiates with creditors to secure some breathing room on its debt covenants.

Business

Revealed: Metro Bank billionaire used company account on private jet trips and Mayfair rent

Metro Bank is facing growing ­investor anger at the use of company money to fund the lavish lifestyles of its chairman and his wife after new details emerged about corporate expenses.

Business

Choose ethical investments to make more money, says Deutsche Bank

Ethical investors make more money than those who look purely at financial measures, according to a major new study.

Business

Less than half of KFC sites have full menu months after delivery fiasco

Less than half of KFC’s 900 restaurants are offering customers a full menu over two months after the fast food chain was hit by chicken delivery problems.

World

Sir Edward Heath's supporters criticise police chief for 'u-turn' on inquiry

A police chief has been accused of performing a spectacular u-turn by failing to initiate a public inquiry into the controversial investigation of Sir Edward Heath.

World

Christians claim they are being forced out of Pakistani city by Isil violence

Christians say they are being driven from one of Pakistan’s major cities after a string of deadly terrorist attacks claimed by Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant.

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India set to introduce death penalty for child rapists 

The Indian government on Saturday approved sweeping new measures to combat the country’s high number of sexual assault cases, including death sentences for those convicted of raping children.

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Hail and thunderstorms to hit parts of UK as heatwave continues for the South East

Hail and thunderstorms are due to hit parts of the UK over the weekend as the warm weather meets more unstable conditions.

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Shipping landing lists back Windrush migrants' case

The claims of Windrush migrants struggling to prove their right to remain in Britain have been backed by tens of thousands of arrival records stored in the National Archives, it has emerged.

World

Stephen Lawrence murder investigation should have continued, best friend claims

Stephen Lawrence's best friend has said he blames Cressida Dick, the Metropolitan Police Commissioner, for the force's failure to bring his other racist killers to justice.

Business

Opec v Trump: oil markets retreat as rifts emerge

Oil prices retreated from multi-year highs as US President Donald Trump lashed out at the world’s largest oil producing nations during a meeting which exposed rifts at the heart of the Opec cartel.

Business

Nissan to lay off hundreds of workers at Sunderland plant

Nissan is to lay off hundreds of workers from its car plant in Sunderland, as it shifts production away from diesel vehicles amid a sharp fall in sales.

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Sting admits 'I'm not sure we are the Queen's musical taste, frankly' ahead of birthday concert

Sting, the musician, has admitted his collaboration with Shaggy may not be exactly to the Queen’s taste, as they prepare to play in a concert to celebrate her birthday.

Business

Takeda raises offer for Shire for a fourth time to £42.8bn

Japanese drug maker Takeda has upped its offer to buy Irish rival Shire for a fourth time, pushing its bid to £42.

Business

Senior Porsche manager arrested in connection with Dieselgate scandal

A senior manager at Porsche has been arrested in Germany in connection with the Dieselgate emissions scandal, it emerged on Friday.

Business

Former Credit Suisse banker to oversee sale of taxpayers' stake in RBS

A former Credit Suisse banker has been hired to oversee the sale of taxpayers’ majority stake in Royal Bank of Scotland.

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