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Women rescued from stranded car

Women rescued from stranded car

Two women are rescued from a stranded car after heavy rain causes flash floods in north-west London.
'Fear spread' over smoke on Tube

'Fear spread' over smoke on Tube

Panic spread among Tube passengers as people tried to escape a locked train when smoke and the smell of burning was detected, a report finds.
'Cops' to mimic New York policing

'Cops' to mimic New York policing

A team of 100 police officers will patrol London's West End in an initiative which mimics policing in New York.
Tory MP David Ruffley to stand down

Tory MP David Ruffley to stand down

Conservative MP David Ruffley, who had been criticised after receiving a police caution for common assault in London, is to retire from Parliament at the next election.
Tulisa: I'm lucky to be here now

Tulisa: I'm lucky to be here now

The former N-Dubz singer tells Newsbeat "there was a really low point" during her recent assault charge case and drug trial.
Hacker McKinnon turns search expert

Hacker McKinnon turns search expert

Londoner Gary McKinnon, the computer hacker who was the subject of a 10-year legal battle over US extradition, reinvents himself as a search expert.

Timesonline

Government scales back child worker...

Government scales back child worker vetting scheme

Plans to vet millions of people working with children and vulnerable adults are to be scaled back to ?common sense? levels, the Government announced today

Live: Bloody Sunday families shown ...

Live: Bloody Sunday families shown Saville report

9.40 BST On a January morning 38 years ago, 13 protesters died at the hands of British paratroopers and 14 were injured, one so seriously he died four months later. For many of their relatives, the years since have been dominated by the search for truth about what happened during 25 chaotic minutes in central Londonderry.

Bloody Sunday fees hit £100m, with ...

Bloody Sunday fees hit £100m, with 14 lawyers earning more than £1m

A total of £100 million, more than half the costs of the Bloody Sunday inquiry, established in 1998, has gone on legal fees.

Freedom of Information Act gives pr...

Freedom of Information Act gives protection to royal secrets

The Royal Family and the Royal Household were exempted from direct requests for information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. The Royal Household was not included in the Act?s definition of a public authority, so members of the public are unable to access information held in the Royal Archives. Public bodies can be asked to release information that may include details about the Royal Family, but protection also covers communications between public bodies, such as government departments, and the Royal Family or Royal Household.

BNP leader invited to meet Queen at...

BNP leader invited to meet Queen at Buckingham Palace garden party

Nick Griffin, the leader of the British National Party, has been invited to attend a Buckingham Palace garden party hosted by the Queen, The Times has learnt.
England sees again how fragile opti...

England sees again how fragile optimism can be on and off the field

We have Harold Wilson to blame for the search for connections between the World Cup and the fortunes of the nation.

The Sun

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India suffer early setback after En...

India suffer early setback after England amass 5697

Aggressive batting by Ian Bell (167) and debutant Jos Buttler (85) helped England reach an imposing first innings score of 569 for seven declared and in response, India were 25 for one at stumps on ...
India trail England by 544 runs

India trail England by 544 runs

India were 25 for one in first innings, 544 behind England, after the second day's play of the third cricket Test at the Rose Bowl here Monday. Murali Vijay was batting on 11 and Cheteshwar Pujara ...
Scoreboard India vs England day 2 t...

Scoreboard India vs England day 2 third Test

The following is the scoreboard after the second day's play of the third cricket Test between India and England at the Rose Bowl here Monday: England (first innings, overnight 247/2) Alastair Cook ...
England declare first innings at 56...

England declare first innings at 5697

England declared their first innings at 569 for seven on the second day of the third cricket Test against India at The Rose Bowl here Monday. Ian Bell was the top scorer with 167 while Gary Ballance ...
Bells unbeaten century takes Englan...

Bells unbeaten century takes England to 4525

Ian Bell's unbeaten century took England to 452/5 at tea against India on Day 2 of the third Test at the Rose Bowl here Monday. There was some respite for Indian bowlers, who removed Joe Root (3) ...
India back to square one at Southam...

India back to square one at Southampton

It was virtually back to the ignominy of 2011, as England plundered runs against a hapless Indian bowling attack on the second day of the third Test to establish a dominant position in the encounter ...

Dailymail

Prince William steps in to help K...

Prince William steps in to help Kate as temperatures soar at Commonwealth Games swimming pool

Prince William and wife Kate were joined by Prince Harry as they visited Glasgow to watch the swimming, gymnastics and boxing at the Commonwealth Games this afternoon
MH17 crash site no longer control...

MH17 crash site no longer controlled by Pro-Russian rebels

A delegation of Australian and Dutch police and forensic experts stopped in Shakhtarsk, a town around 20 miles from the fields where the aircraft was downed.
Gaza park attack kills eight chil...

Gaza park attack kills eight children and two adults

Children were playing on swings in the Shati refugee camp on the edge of Gaza City when a huge explosion obliterated the site.
Storm brings chaos to morning rus...

Storm brings chaos to morning rush hour in British cities

Thunderstorms hit southeast England and particularly Brighton this morning, causing serious travel disruptions and bringing with them hail stones the size of 20p coins.
Tiger Lily Hutchence 'set to rece...

Tiger Lily Hutchence 'set to receive little to no inheritance' from father Michael

The only daughter of INXS rock god Michael Hutchence, will likely fail to receive much of her famous father's fortune when she comes into her inheritance.
Nightmare delays at Manchester Ai...

Nightmare delays at Manchester Airport as queues snake into car park

Angry travellers took to Twitter to complain about queues on the busiest weekend on the year and further problems were caused when council planners closed part of a busy road into the airport.

Financial Times UK

Carney attacks ?reprehensible? Lloy...

Carney attacks ?reprehensible? Lloyds

Group to pay £7.8m of compensation to Bank of England over manipulation of fees payable for a taxpayer-backed funding scheme
Yukos shareholders face battle to c...

Yukos shareholders face battle to claim $50bn

The ruling by the arbitration court over Yukos will be seen as overtly political coming as it does just 24 hours ahead of what are expected to be tough new sanctions from Europe
Borders closed to tackle Ebola outb...

Borders closed to tackle Ebola outbreak

Restrictions come after medical charities warned the outbreak was ?out of control? and could spread further, and called on governments in region to do more
Netanyahu defiant on Gaza despite p...

Netanyahu defiant on Gaza despite pressure

A key reason for Netanyahu?s defiant tone has been the popularity of the Gaza campaign at home, where Israelis have rallied behind the government
Property tycoon gives £500,000 to L...

Property tycoon gives £500,000 to Labour

Miliband likely to hail gift as proof the party is not solely dependent on unions as Electoral Commission prepares to publish annual reports
London employers warn on housing co...

London employers warn on housing costs

More than half companies surveyed by CBI said access to and cost of housing were having a negative impact on staff recruitment, particularly for entry-level roles

Daily Mirror

Tulisa: The Price of Fame - live up...

Tulisa: The Price of Fame - live updates and reaction on shocking tell-all documentary

†Former X Factor judge Tulisa Contostavlos talks THAT sex tape, her drugs trial ordeal and how she hit rock bottom
Big Brother 2014 recap: All the act...

Big Brother 2014 recap: All the action as it happened from Monday's highlights show

Let us know what you make of all matters BB by tweeting us at @MirrorTV
Mike Tyson to be portrayed by Jamie...

Mike Tyson to be portrayed by Jamie Foxx - with help of CGI and Martin Scorsese

The boxer who was the youngest heavyweight champion at 20, also said Raging Bull director Martin Scorsese would also be involved in the biopic
Commonwealth Games 2014: 100 metres...

Commonwealth Games 2014: 100 metres silver for Adam Gemili behind Kemar Bailey-Cole

Jamaican takes advantage of the absence of countrymen Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake from the event to win Glasgow gold by one tenth of a second
Is the deadly Ebola virus on the wa...

Is the deadly Ebola virus on the way to the UK?

The virus that liquifies internal organs and kills six in 10 victims is more dangerous than anthrax and has no cure
House of Commons chiefs spend more ...

House of Commons chiefs spend more than £160,000 of taxpayers? cash on 1,500 TVs

Campaigners condemned the extravagance at a time when workers across the country are still suffering from the effects of austerity measures and pay squeezes
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