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Police dig at double killer Christopher Halliwell's former home
Police are digging up the garden of a house where double killer Christopher Halliwell once lived.
William Hague slams old rival Tony Blair as Lords debate Brexit
William Hague has launched a scathing attack on Tony Blair's call to Brexit opponents to "rise up", as peers debate the Government's Article 50 Bill in the House of Lords.
VW boss defiant on refusal to pay dieselgate compensation in UK
The boss of Volkswagen UK has said his company has "not misled anybody" and does not owe any compensation to British drivers, despite paying billions of pounds to customers in America.
Hammer killer 'slept next to girlfriend after brutal attack'
A man bludgeoned his girlfriend to death with a lump hammer before spending the night sleeping next to her body in bed, a court has heard.
Islamic State claims Briton carried out Mosul suicide attack
A British suicide bomber has blown up a vehicle full of explosives near the Iraqi city of Mosul, IS said in a statement reported by the SITE Intelligence Group.
Google and Bing make searching for piracy sites more difficult
Illegally streamed live football matches, pirated music and other creative material will be more difficult to search for under a plan to crack down on piracy websites.
Economy 'would take £328m hit if migrants downed tools for a day'
The UK economy would take a £328m hit if all migrant workers downed tools for a day, according to new research.
UKIP officials quit party because of 'crass insensitivity' over Hillsborough
Two senior UKIP officials have quit the party because of its "crass insensitivity" over the Hillsborough disaster.
Seven sports fail to reverse Tokyo 2020 funding cuts
Seven sports that lost all public funding ahead of Tokyo 2020 have had their appeals to UK Sport rejected.
Vauxhall future: Peugeot 'takes pride' in not closing plants
The business secretary Greg Clark has told MPs "we start from a position of strength", as Vauxhall workers fret over a potential takeover by Peugeot (PSA) amid uncertainty over the UK's future outside the EU.