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Smirking ex-beauty queen acted as getaway driver in drive-by shooting

An innocent teenager was left permanently scarred in what turned out to be a case of mistaken identity.

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Tory minister ‘admitted risk to Windrush generation in letter two years ago about brothers torn apart by scandal’

THE Government is under fire over claims it has known for two years about the true impact of its “hostile environment” policy on the Windrush generation. A letter from a Home Office minister from 2016 reveals a shocking case which highlights how two b

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Cliff Richard privacy case: I was not heavy-handed, says BBC reporter

The BBC journalist who broke the story about the probe into Sir Cliff denies pressurising police.

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Cliff Richard privacy case: Bosses made decisions, says BBC reporter

The BBC journalist who reported on the police inquiry says privacy issues were 'dealt with higher up'.

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What is double jeopardy, what does the law mean in the UK and how did Stephen Lawrence’s murder influence changes?

DOUBLE jeopardy laws in the UK were scrapped in 2005 following a number of campaigns – most notably that of the family of murdered teenager Stephen Lawrence. The laws had been on the statute book for over 800 years. But what were they and what impac

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Cliff Richard privacy case: I acted fairly, says BBC reporter

Dan Johnson defends his coverage, but says he is "sorry" the singer went through a "difficult time".

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Cliff Richard: BBC report sparked conspiracy theories, lawyer says

Singer's lawyer tells High Court privacy case BBC coverage of raid helped prolong police inquiry.

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Stephen Lawrence STILL being targeted with race-hate slurs despite heart-wrenching BBC documentary on his murder

MURDERED Stephen Lawrence is still being targeted by racist abuse following a heartbreaking documentary about his killing. The black teenager was stabbed to death in an unprovoked attack in Eltham, South East London, in a horrifying case that rocked the c

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Russian spy: Skripal poison case focus for watchdog meeting

Russian and UK representatives are due to talk about the independent analysis of the substance used.

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What is double jeopardy, what does the law mean in the UK and how did the Stephen Lawrence case influence changes?

DOUBLE jeopardy laws in the UK were scrapped in 2005 following a number of campaigns – most notably that of the family of Stephen Lawrence. The laws had been on the statute book for more than 800 years. But what were they and what impact did they ha

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Who is Steve Jones? Father of schoolboy murdered Liverpool schoolboy Rhys Jones

STEVE Jones is the father of the tragic 11-year-old schoolboy Rhys, who was murdered in Croxteth, Liverpool, in a case which shocked the country. The case was turned into a four-part ITV drama series, Little Boy Blue – with Steve played by Brían F.

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Alfie Evans case: Court rules against parents again

Judges said they were "dismayed" by reports of protests outside the hospital treating Alfie Evans.

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Cliff Richard privacy case: Police felt 'forced' into revealing raid to BBC

An ex-detective tells the High Court privacy case how he made an "arrangement" with a BBC reporter.

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How old would Madeleine McCann be now, what might she look like now and what age was she when she went missing?

MADELEINE McCann went missing over a decade ago while on a family holiday in Portugal. As cops extend their search, here’s what we know about the famous missing persons case – and what Madeleine could look like now. How old would Madeleine McC

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Police drop investigation into ‘£90million burglary’ at Petra Ecclestone’s ex James Stunt’s home

THE police investigation into the alleged £90million burglary at the home of Petra Ecclestone’s ex-husband James Stunt has been dropped. Flying Squad detectives say they have completed all lines of inquiry, despite the treasures reported stolen apparen

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The Open University is about more than who is in the top job | Letters

Readers respond to a Guardian editorial on the continuing trials and tribulations at the Open UniversityYour editorial (10 April) rightly notes that the problems facing the Open University are far greater than Peter Horrocks. You refer to the UCU vote of

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