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Shoreham Airshow disaster pilot Andy Hill to be charged with manslaughter
A pilot whose aircraft crashed during the Shoreham Airshow and killed 11 people will be charged with manslaughter, according to the CPS.
Red Arrows crash: Victim Jonathan Bayliss was 'generous, kind and caring'
An RAF engineer who died in a Red Arrows jet that crashed in North Wales on Tuesday has been described as "a generous, kind and caring man who could also always be relied upon".
Theresa May to tell EU leaders: 'United we succeed against Russia'
Theresa May will tell EU leaders they will succeed in the face of Russia's threat if they remain united.
Russia slams Britain's 'island mentality' in Salisbury spy poisoning rant
Moscow has accused Britain of "Russophobia" and having an "island mentality" in a remarkable escalation of the war of words over the Salisbury spy poisoning.
TV presenter Ant McPartlin charged with drink-driving
TV presenter Ant McPartlin has been charged with drink-driving after his arrest on Sunday, police have confirmed.
Ex-Chelsea player says racial abuse 'destroyed me as a person'
A former Chelsea footballer has spoken out about the life-changing racial abuse he claims he suffered as a teenager with the club in the early 1980s.
Facebook had 'wild west' approach to data security
A former Facebook manager has said he warned the company about its lax data security but was ignored.
Unions to recommend 6.5% NHS pay rise
Health workers are being urged to accept a pay deal for NHS staff worth up to 6.5% over three years after unions reached agreement with the Government.
Kiara Moore: Police issue warning over malicious posts after death of toddler in river
Detectives say they are investigating a series of remarks made on social media about the death of toddler Kiara Moore, as they warned people not to post malicious comments.
Newcastle school apologises after student left behind on trip to London
A school in Newcastle has apologised after a teenage student on a field trip to London was left behind while the rest of the group caught a train home.