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UK Government Still Sending Arms To Russia
The UK Government is still exporting arms to Russia despite the shooting down of flight MH17.
Woman Killed By Car 'May Have Been Pushed'
Two pedestrians killed on a busy Norfolk road had separately asked someone to call the police shortly before their deaths, detectives have revealed.
Gadgets 'Cost Hundreds Of Pounds More In UK'
Consumers in the UK are paying hundreds of pounds more for some gadgets than US shoppers, a watchdog says.
Lib Dem MP's Twitter Row Over Israel Comments
Liberal Democrat MP David Ward may be disciplined by his own party for posting two messages about Israel on Twitter.
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Child 'Sexters' Given Prosecution Warning
Schoolchildren who send so-called "sexts" to people over the internet have been warned by one police force that they could face prosecution.
Queen's Gold Cup-Winning Horse Fails Drug Test
A racehorse owned by the Queen has tested positive for the banned substance morphine, Buckingham Palace has revealed.
Police Reviews Aimed At Improving Public Trust
Theresa May has announced four separate reviews into the police in an attempt to improve integrity in the forces.
Sir Roger Tight-Lipped Over Scottish Referendum
Sir Roger Moore has refused to follow in the footsteps of fellow 007 star Sean Connery and is staying out of the Scottish independence debate.
England 'Won't Bid While Sepp Blatter At Fifa'
Football Association chairman Greg Dyke says England will not bid for any Fifa tournaments while Sepp Blatter is in charge of the organisation.
Driver: Adele's 'Fire' Song Made Me Ditch Car
A motorist stopped his car on a motorway claiming the dashboard display had alerted him to an impending "fire" - when it was actually the name of a song playing on the stereo.
Helen Mirren Grows Weary Of Playing The Queen
Helen Mirren is reprising her role as the Queen yet again for a stint on Broadway which she has admitted she would "prefer not" to do.