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Pair Charged Over New Forest Mum's Murder
Two people have been charged in connection with the murder of a mother of five, who was stabbed to death while tending her horses in the New Forest.
Ashya King Parents Still Fear UK Authorities
The parents of cancer patient Ashya King say they will not return to the UK because they still fear the authorities may take their son away from them.
Sir Cliff Raid Caused 'Irreparable Damage'
A highly-publicised raid on the home of singer Sir Cliff Richard was "inept" and caused "irreparable damage" to his reputation, according to an influential group of MPs.
Key Investor Empties Trolley Of Tesco Shares
One of Tesco's most prominent institutional shareholders has ditched its remaining stake in the company and cast doubt on the retailer's recovery prospects under its new chief executive.
Cameron Reeling Over Yet Another Ambush
Last week David Cameron was ambushed by Ed Miliband at Prime Minister's Questions when he wanted to talk about falling unemployment.
Cameron: I Won't Pay £1.7bn EU Bill On Time
The European Commission president has defended the £1.7bn surcharge imposed on Britain after David Cameron insisted the money will not be paid by December 1.
Asda Pledges To Fight Staff Equal Pay Action
Asda has said it will "robustly defend" its record on equal pay amid revelations it is facing a legal action potentially involving thousands of workers.
Alex Salmond Could Make Westminster Return
Alex Salmond has refused to rule out running for a seat at Westminster in next year's General Election as he prepares to stand down as Scotland's First Minister.
Eleven Held After 'Vulnerable' Woman Raped
Eleven people, including a 12-year-old boy and 15-year-old girl, have been arrested over the rape of a "vulnerable" woman in her own home.
Chancellor Needs Hard Hat For Fight Ahead
It's a rum state of affairs when Britain is apparently punished for having a strong economy.
Queen Of Twitter: Monarch Posts First Message
The Queen has sent her first tweet, during a visit to the Science Museum in London.
Quiet Epsom Bank Clerk Was MI5 Wartime Spy
The MI5 agent who penetrated the ranks of Britain's wartime Nazi sympathisers has been identified as a bank clerk who lived a quiet life in Surrey.