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Russell Bishop trial: Victim's father breaks down in court as he denies killing daughter
The father of a young girl murdered with her friend 32 years ago broke down in tears as he denied being involved in her sexual abuse and death.
It's not fair, ex-BHS owner Dominic Chappell complains after court hearing
Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell has complained that he "cannot take this pressure anymore" as he appeared in court to face action to ban him as a company director.
British cancer sufferer stranded on remote island dies days before he was due to fly home
A British cancer sufferer who went on holiday to celebrate finishing chemotherapy has died after becoming stranded on an island in the Indian Ocean.
75,000 sign Sky News petition to make TV election debates happen
More than 75,000 people have signed a petition calling for an independent commission to ensure TV debates become a regular fixture of UK elections.
Calls for new agency to rival Interpol as Russian candidate on course to become new president
Britain should set up a new organisation to rival Interpol if a senior Russian official becomes its new president, ministers are being urged.
Public should be excluded from rape trials, Northern Ireland inquiry finds
Members of the public should not be allowed to attend rape trials, a preliminary review in Northern Ireland has found.
Cheating wife, her lover and his daughter jailed over shooting of terminally ill husband
A cheating wife, her lover and his daughter have been jailed for between 15 and 17 years over a plot to kill her husband by shooting him in the face.
Police 'grateful' for help with difficult arrests but public must avoid danger
Members of the public have been warned not to intervene with potentially dangerous arrests after a top officer bemoaned a "broken society" in which people were no longer willing to step in and help.
Three injured in accident at UK nuclear power plant Heysham 1
Three people have been injured after an accident at a nuclear power plant in Lancashire.
Now or never to get rid of Theresa May, Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg claims
Conservative MPs hoping to oust Theresa May have been warned it's now or never - or else she could lead the party into the next election.