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PC Andrew Harper murder: Search of caravan site near where PC was killed
Forensic officers are searching a caravan site around three miles from where a newlywed policeman was dragged along by a vehicle before he died.
'So proud of him': Tributes to newlywed killed in the line of duty
A police officer who was murdered while responding to a reported burglary in Berkshire was a newlywed due to go on his honeymoon next week.
UK Bank Holiday weather: Blustery showers and no heatwave in sight
Further blustery showers are forecast for the next few days across the UK and forecasters have dampened hopes of a Bank Holiday heatwave.
Anti-sex toilets will soak users with water jets and sound alarm
A seaside town is planning to install public toilets that will stop sexual activity by spraying amorous occupants with water and sounding an alarm.
Labour wants to give vacant shops to start-ups to reverse 'retail apocalypse'
Empty high street shops should be given to start-ups and community projects to help reverse the "economic decay" of Britain's town centres, Jeremy Corbyn has said.
Jazz revival is being spearheaded by British people under 30
Young musicians are leading the revival of jazz music as streaming sites like Spotify report a growth in the number of people under 30 listening to the genre.
Standard Chartered faces Treasury fine over sanctions breaches
The Treasury is to slap Standard Chartered, the emerging markets lender, with a multimillion-pound fine for failing to prevent sanctions breaches, dealing a further blow to the FTSE-100 bank's reputation.
Samantha Ford: Mum who drowned toddler twins out of 'anger' jailed for 10 years
A depressed mother who drowned her toddler twins after her marriage broke down has been jailed for 10 years.
British beautician charged after botched bottom injection kills US woman
A British beautician has been charged with killing a woman through a botched buttocks injection in New York.
Former enemies unite to reject one-sided amnesty in Northern Ireland
A former British solider and a former IRA prisoner have united to warn that there cannot be a one-sided prosecutions amnesty in Northern Ireland.