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Police officer called one boy a ‘d*** head’ and branded her driving instructors racist after failing test

A “RUDE” police officer called one boy a “d*** head” and branded her instructors racist after she failed two driving tests, an employment tribunal heard, PC Siminia Muntean was reportedly placed on a “development plan”

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More than 10,000 suspects never faced court because CPS failed to get the case ready

MORE than 10,000 suspects never faced court because officials failed to get the case ready. They included potential sex attackers, drug  dealers and robbers. In the past four years 4,934 cases were binned because a police file did not reach the Crown P

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Sadiq Khan compares Donald Trump's language to 'the rhetoric of Isis'

Comments come following President's retweets of Britain First posts and mutual criticism exchanged between the pair

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From Great Bottom to Crumps Butts and Adam’s Bottom – we reveal Britain’s silliest street names

GREAT Bottom has come top in a list of silliest street names. Five of the daftest top 15 adjudged by delivery firms — and 923 nationwide — involved backsides. They included Crumps Butts in Bicester, Oxfordshire, and Adam’s Bottom in L

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Toddler saved from drowning when passer-by saw his tiny toes sticking out of the water and dived in

A TODDLER was saved from drowning when a passer-by saw his tiny toes sticking out of the water and dived in. Dylan Rowe had been staying with his grandparents when he wandered off, toppled into the River Witham in Lincoln and was swept away. But the 19-mo

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Boris Johnson says UK should welcome Donald Trump and give administration 'respect and recognition'

The Foreign Secretary praises the US President for 'getting stuck in' and says he does not deserve 'infantile denigration'

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Government starts new Office for Product Safety and Standards to manage recalls after Grenfell warnings

Office for Product Safety and Standards will manage responses to large-scale product recalls and identify risks

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Staff at crisis-hit prison won prizes including West End show tickets and Ferrari driving experience at bingo-style event funded by taxpayers

STAFF at a crisis-hit prison won prizes at a bingo-style event funded by taxpayers. Bosses at maximum security HMP Woodhill used jail funds for treats including West End show tickets and a Ferrari driving experience. The prison in Milton Keynes was last y

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Blue badge parking permits to be rolled out to people with hidden disabilities, Government proposes

Proposal aims to give people with conditions including dementia and autism better access to work, shops and social events

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Driver blocks traffic for five minutes attempting 10-point turn trying to get into Birmingham car park

A DRIVER was left embarrassed after she ended up blocking two entrances to a car park while struggling to execute out a ten-point turn. The unnamed woman painfully tried to manoeuvre her Ford Fiesta as motorists queued up to get into NCP Car Park on Birmi

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Fox hunting ban: Campaigners criticise routine killings

The Hunting Act bans the use of dogs to hunt foxes and wild mammals in England and Wales.

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How I save children from bullies

Alex suffered severe racial bullying when at school. Now he's been recognised by the Queen for his efforts to wipe out bullying.

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What do children think of modern art?

Six contemporary artists have designed prints for children. But what do they think of them?

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Customers can go hang at RBS, where profit is the only motive | Kevin McKenna

In closing rural branches, the bank continues to reveal its true coloursIf you ever want to know about the trail of greed, incompetence and lies that led to the collapse of the Royal Bank of Scotland then you must read Shredded: Inside RBS, the Bank That

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Mum of X Factor star Jahmene Douglas joins our Save Our Shelters campaign after suffering years of domestic abuse

A MUM-OF-FIVE who endured some of the worst domestic abuse on record has joined our Save Our Shelters campaign – with a stark message for Theresa May. Mandy Thomas, 52, asks the Prime Minister: “How many more women and children must die befor

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People with hidden disabilities could soon have blue badge parking permits

It would be the biggest change to the blue badge scheme since 1970.

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Government introduces new product safety office

The move comes after concerns over faulty appliances linked to several fires, including Grenfell.

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Convicted paedo warns he may abuse underage kids again after being ‘banned from prison rehab courses’

A PAEDO has said he could strike again after he was barred from treatment courses behind bars. The sex offender said he was likely to prey on underage children again because waiting lists were full. In a blood curdling admission he has revealed he is stil

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Poppi Worthington’s dad said he’d trouser £100,000 compensation from cops over tot’s tragic death

SICK Paul Worthington boasted he would make £100,000 from daughter Poppi’s death. Worthington, 50, told friends he planned to sue police for compensation because they were wrongly accusing him of the toddler’s murder. The ex-Tesco worker,

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Man in his 50s found dead outside his home 16 HOURS after ambulance called amid winter crisis

A MAN “froze to death” outside his home after waiting 16 hours for an ambulance to arrive, it is reported. A whistleblower from the ambulance service handed a damning dossier to the media detailing the case and several others. The man, believe

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Kate Middleton’s uncle Gary Goldsmith urinates in the street and munches on a McDonald’s after wild night out with pals

THIS is the shocking moment Kate Middleton’s disgraced uncle brawled with pals before urinating in the street during a boozy night out in London. Shamed Gary Goldsmith staggered around London’s posh Regent Street before collapsing on a pavem

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Kinks and Zombies bassist Jim Rodford dies aged 76

Rodford, also a founding member of Argent and bassist for the Zombies, died following a fall.

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All-female team of British soldiers become first women's group to cross Antarctica using only muscle power

Team celebrate after skiing a total of 1,056 miles, navigating crevasse fields and pulling sleds weighing 80kgs

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