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Inter-generational split over trust on the economy revealed

A huge inter-generational divide has been revealed over whether Labour or the Conservatives would be best at running the economy.

Britain's most notorious prisoner Charles Bronson refused parole

Notorious prisoner Charles Bronson has been refused parole - consigning him to at least another two years behind bars.

The Likely Lads star Rodney Bewes dies aged 79

Actor Rodney Bewes, best known for his role as Bob Ferris in The Likely Lads, has died aged 79.

Gilbert & George prepare to open new exhibition at the White Cube, Bermondsey

They are two of Britain's most bankable artists, but Gilbert & George are nothing short of cynical when it comes to their stature.

Winter is coming: Increasingly cold air could mean snow for England this weekend

Winter is coming: Increasingly cold air could mean snow for England this weekend

Southern England could become a wintry wonderland this weekend, with snowfall possible on Friday and Saturday.

Kezia Dugdale avoids suspension over I'm A Celebrity appearance

Kezia Dugdale avoids suspension over I'm A Celebrity appearance

Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale will not be suspended for an "unauthorised leave of absence" to appear on I'm A Celebrity, the party has announced.

Australia's Nathan Lyon accuses England Ashes star Matt Prior of cowardice

Australia's Nathan Lyon accuses England Ashes star Matt Prior of cowardice

The traditional war of words ahead of the Ashes has begun after former England wicketkeeper Matt Prior defended himself against accusations of cowardice from Australia's Nathan Lyon.

Rally death spectators 'not warned' by organisers, inquiry finds

Rally death spectators 'not warned' by organisers, inquiry finds

An inquiry into the deaths of three spectators at a car rally in the Scottish Borders has found that they should have been warned by organisers not to stand where they were hit.

Govt pressures EU to 'move on' Brexit talks over Irish border issue

Govt pressures EU to 'move on' Brexit talks over Irish border issue

The Government has put pressure on the EU to begin talks on post-Brexit trade in order to help solve questions over the Irish border, in the face of a fresh warning from Dublin.

10,000 forensic tests 'may have been manipulated'

10,000 forensic tests 'may have been manipulated'

Rogue laboratory staff may have tampered with forensic evidence in more than 10,000 cases, including murder and sex crimes.

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Clocks going back 'led to Gaia Pope arrests'

Clocks going back 'led to Gaia Pope arrests'

The changing of the clocks led to a pensioner, her son and grandson being arrested for the murder of teenager Gaia Pope, it has been alleged.

Father jailed for life for murdering his two children with petrol-soaked cloth

Father jailed for life for murdering his two children with petrol-soaked cloth

A father who was found guilty of murdering his children by smothering them with a petrol-soaked cloth has been jailed for life.

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