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Images have been released by police showing a burglar looming over a sleeping pensioner as he raided her home.
A fireworks organiser in charge of a display on the night of a motorway pile-up in which seven people died has spoken of his relief after being cleared of breaching health and safety laws.
The first gay weddings in England and Wales can take place from March 29, 2014, equalities minister Maria Miller has announced.
A woman is celebrating the return of her treasured family pet - more than nine years after the dog went missing.
Air passengers have faced another day of travel misery with flights unable to land at Stansted airport for several hours due to technical problems with a landing system.
"Billionaire gangsters" could be sneaking into the country illegally on private boats and planes because Border Force officials are too busy checking airport passengers, MPs have warned.
The lack of a national policy to ensure children become more active is a form of mass child neglect, according to a new study.
Radical Islamist cleric Abu Qatada has pleaded not guilty to terrorism charges at his trial in Jordan.
The son of one of Britain's premier dukes has admitted violence against his wife over a period of more than 20 years.
An immigration judge has indicated that Boat Race protester Trenton Oldfield will be allowed to stay in the UK because of his "value" to the country.