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Golfer Danny Willett 'disappointed' as brother insults US Ryder Cup fans

Golf champion Danny Willett is said to be "bitterly disappointed" after his brother penned an article describing American Ryder Cup fans as a "braying mob of imbeciles".

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Man bailed after Elsie Frost 1965 murder quiz

A 78-year-old man who was arrested on suspicion of the murder of a schoolgirl more than 50 years ago has been bailed by police.

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Sir Cliff Richard 'obviously pleased' as ruling on sex assault charges upheld

Sir Cliff Richard has said he is "obviously pleased" after decisions not to charge him over historical sex abuse allegations were upheld.

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Labour candidate to face nine rivals in poll prompted by Jo Cox's death

Labour's Tracy Brabin will face nine other candidates in the by-election prompted by the death of MP Jo Cox, including a number from a range of far-right organisations.

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Theresa May must order Orgreave inquiry, urges Labour's Andy Burnham

Shadow home secretary Andy Burnham has called for an inquiry into the 1984 Battle of Orgreave, saying campaigners should not be made to beg for justice.

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Record number of guns on London's streets, warns Britain's top police officer

More guns are being smuggled onto the streets of cities across the UK, Britain's most senior police officer has said.

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'Epic' crowds greet Yorkshire's Olympic and Paralympic heroes

Yorkshire's Olympic and Paralympic Rio heroes were greeted by "absolutely epic" crowds as they were cheered round the streets of Leeds on a fleet of open-top buses.

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Man, 78, arrested over 1965 murder of West Yorkshire schoolgirl Elsie Frost

A 78-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of a schoolgirl who was killed more than 50 years ago.

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Bring me sunshine - statue of Morecambe and Wise to be unveiled in Blackpool

Morecambe and Wise will be celebrated with the unveiling of the first statue of both members of the comedy double act.

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Men jailed for sexual exploitation of teenage girls

Four "devious and manipulative" men who sexually exploited two teenage girls have been jailed for a total of 50 years, police have said.

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Fabric found in Kos search for missing Ben Needham

Police searching for missing toddler Ben Needham on the holiday island of Kos have found information of "slight interest" - including fabric - following an initial excavation of a site close to where he was last seen.

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Trio accused of passing off horsemeat as beef appear in court

Three men have appeared in court over allegations they passed horsemeat off as beef.

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British woman 'honour killing' trial opens in Pakistan

The trial of the father and ex-husband of a British woman for her alleged rape and murder in a so-called honour killing has opened in Pakistan.

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New search begins for missing toddler Ben Needham on island of Kos

Police teams searching for missing toddler Ben Needham on the Greek island of Kos say they are "optimistic" a new excavation will provide answers, a quarter of a century after the British boy was last seen alive.

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Jail warning for man who scared staff at MP's office months before Jo Cox death

A man who frightened staff in an MP's constituency office three months before the death of her colleague Jo Cox has been warned he will be jailed if he ever repeats his aggressive behaviour.

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Teacher jailed for 20 months after admitting having sex with pupil

A maths teacher has been jailed after having a sexual relationship with a pupil while in his first job - at a top state school which David Cameron's eldest daughter goes to.

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Ben Needham's mother tells of fears as dig begins at Kos site

The mother of missing toddler Ben Needham has said the notion her son was dead never entered her "worst nightmares" until a mystery tip-off to police this year.

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Ben Needham: police to begin new dig on Kos

Police investigating the disappearance of missing toddler Ben Needham will begin excavation work on the Greek island of Kos on Monday in the search for possible remains.

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Ed Miliband 'open to role in Corbyn's shadow cabinet'

Ed Miliband has suggested he would be open to a role in Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet.

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Jeremy Corbyn backs Sarah Champion who admits she 'lost control' in domestic row

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has voiced his support for his domestic violence spokeswoman Sarah Champion, after she admitted she had ended up in a police cell accused of assault after a violent row with her then husband.

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