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Alert as man absconds from Buckinghamshire prison

Police are hunting a man convicted of drugs offences who is on the run from prison.

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Theresa May: The election result is not certain despite polls showing Tory lead

Theresa May has insisted the result of the snap General Election is "not certain" despite polls putting the Conservatives as many as 24 points ahead of Labour.

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Woman tells of nightclub acid attack agony

A woman burned in an acid attack at a nightclub has told how she felt like her face was on fire.

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William admits struggle to find birthday present for Queen

The Duke of Cambridge has admitted it is hard to find a present for his grandmother the Queen who has celebrated her 91st birthday with a day at the races.

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Cousins jailed over high-speed crash which killed 19-year-old student

Two cousins have been jailed for a total of 14 years for causing a crash through "idiotic" driving while showing off at speeds up to 100mph which killed a 19-year-old friend.

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Gridlock-prevention plan drawn up for ports in case of no-deal Brexit

A blueprint has been drawn up to try to head off concerns of a disaster at cross-Channel ports if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal.

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Man cautioned for Twitter posts targeting Katie Price's disabled son Harvey

A teenager has been cautioned by police investigating posts on social media that mocked TV star Katie Price's disabled son Harvey.

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Clipper Round the World Race yacht to showcase Britain overseas

The Government is promoting the UK overseas by entering a team in the forthcoming Clipper Round the World Race.

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Oysters will 'turn the tide' in efforts to revive Solent, Ben Fogle claims

Adventurer Ben Fogle has joined a project to reintroduce one million oysters to the Solent after the industry was "decimated" by over-fishing.

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Endeavour bosses hope show 'does justice' to Morse creator Colin Dexter

TV bosses say they hope the new instalment of detective drama Endeavour does "justice" to the legacy of Colin Dexter.

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Police warn 'paedophile hunters' against taking law into own hands

Police have voiced concern about self-styled "paedophile hunters" who set up undercover sting operations amid fears they are interfering in their work and potentially entrapping innocent people.

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Flexible rail ticket project was delayed and over budget, watchdog reports

A project to enable p art-time workers to buy flexible rail season tickets was delayed and ran millions of pounds over budget, according to a spending watchdog.

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Ferne McCann urges wanted boyfriend to contact police over nightclub acid attack

The boyfriend of reality TV star Ferne McCann is being hunted by detectives investigating a nightclub acid attack which left 20 people injured.

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Portsmouth deaths being linked to 'Croydon Cat Killer'

Police are linking the killing of three cats in Portsmouth with the "Croydon Cat Killer" believed to be behind 230 deaths in the London area.

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Protest will mark first anniversary of Southern Railway dispute

A protest is to be held outside Parliament to mark the one-year anniversary of the bitter dispute at Southern Railway over staffing and driver-only trains.

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Prince sculpture to be unveiled after first year anniversary of singer's death

A contemporary sculpture of pop superstar Prince by a British artist will be publicly unveiled days after the first anniversary of the musician's death.

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Heart drug could save sight of patients with once-untreatable eye condition

A drug used to treat heart failure is at the centre of a £1 million study to establish whether it can save the sight of patients with a currently untreatable eye condition.

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Ferne McCann urges wanted boyfriend to contact police over nightclub acid attack

The boyfriend of reality TV star Ferne McCann is being hunted by detectives investigating a nightclub acid attack which left 20 people injured.

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Fraudster who took citizenship tests for refugees across UK jailed

A fraudster who travelled around the country taking examinations for refugees to help get them visas or citizenship has been jailed for 32 months.

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Ukip parliamentary candidate fined for wrongly using disabled parking badge

A Ukip parliamentary candidate has been fined for wrongly using a family friend's disabled blue parking badge while he attended a wedding.

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