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Police Officer Charged With Murdering Wife
Police constable Otis Goldsmith has been charged with murdering his wife, Northamptonshire Police said.
Cameron Vows 'Truly Seven-Day-A-Week' NHS
David Cameron is to launch his party's election campaign with a pledge to deliver a "truly seven day NHS" for England if he is returned to power on 7 May.
Director Of New Knox Film: Trial Was 'Soap Opera'
The director of a new film based on the trial of Amanda Knox has told Sky News' Entertainment Week the case became a "soap opera".
In The Margins: Peterborough's Two-Horse Race
Peterborough is a seat held by the Conservatives by a majority of nearly 5,000 over Labour.
New Boy Kane Scores In Lithuania Rout
Harry Kane scored on his England debut less than two minutes after coming on in the 4-0 defeat of Lithuania at Wembley on Friday night.
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School Now Linked To 8 Girls Over IS In Syria
Four schoolgirls banned last week from leaving the UK over fears they would travel to Syria are from the same London school as four other girls who have already fled to join Islamic State, it has been revealed.
Premier League May Abandon Title Sponsorship
The Premier League is considering abandoning its long-running title sponsorship arrangements when Barclays' 15-year association with English football's top flight ends next year.
Is MIL-77 The New Ebola-Fighting Wonder Drug?
Corporal Anna Cross is the first person to be treated with the experimental drug MIL-77, raising hopes that the medicine may be a possible cure for the dealy Ebola virus.
Facebook's New Laser Drone Tested Above UK
Facebook has tested a solar-powered drone that carries internet signal in the skies above the UK.