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Company loses latest round in 'Commons tea room' wind farm dispute

Energy firm bosses who kicked up a storm over a conversation in the House of Commons tea room have lost the latest round of a legal fight over a wind farm plan.

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Female 'knights' to take to the tilting yard in medieval jousting displays

There will be "damsels in shining armour" at castles this summer as women join jousts at English Heritage properties for the first time. And it might even be the men who end up "in distress".

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Don't use pens on EU ballot papers, council tells voters amid 'smudge' concerns

A council has urged voters not to use pens when they cross their EU referendum ballot papers as it could cause them to "smudge".

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Police release images of 73 England fans suspected of Marseille disorder

Investigators probing the "orchestrated" violence in Marseille have released pictures of 73 England football fans suspected of being involved in the disorder.

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Jury retires in Kayleigh Haywood false imprisonment trial

A jury has retired to consider its verdicts on two neighbours accused of holding a 15-year-old girl prisoner in the hours before she was murdered.

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Kayleigh Haywood killer offers no evidence on false imprisonment charge

The killer of schoolgirl Kayleigh Haywood has opted not to give evidence to a jury trying him on a charge of false imprisonment.

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Soldier incorrectly identified as twin sister in online article receives apology

A soldier who was wrongly identified as her twin sister who was tried over the death of a seven-year-old girl has received a public apology at the High Court.

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Tory MP Kenneth Clarke plans to step down from Parliament in 2020

Veteran Conservative MP Kenneth Clarke is planning to step down from Parliament at the time of the next scheduled general election in 2020, his office has confirmed.

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Kayleigh Haywood's killer branded a liar by man accused of holding her prisoner

One of two men accused of holding schoolgirl Kayleigh Haywood prisoner before her murder has denied trying to sexually assault her while she was asleep at his home.

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It's there every day says survivor of Sousse terror attack

A survivor of the attack near the Tunisian resort of Sousse which left 30 Britons dead has described how he is still affected by what happened almost one year later.

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Nicky Morgan considering installing panic button after death of MP Jo Cox

Nicky Morgan is considering installing a panic button in her office after the death of Labour MP Jo Cox.

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Home owners decline to save for their next properties as prices rise, says study

Rising property prices have lulled home owners hoping to take their second step on the property ladder into thinking it will be easy to trade up without saving any extra cash, research suggests.

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Kayleigh's killer searched online for 'lime pit' after dumping body, court told

The killer of a 15-year-old schoolgirl accessed a betting website and conducted a Google search for "lime pit" hours after dumping her body in a hedgerow, a court has heard.

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Police examine claims in Carl Bridgewater murder documentary

Detectives are examining new claims in a TV documentary about one of Britain's most notorious unsolved murders.

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Murderer of 15-year-old Kayleigh Haywood 'switched after vodka shots'

A landscape gardener who murdered a 15-year-old schoolgirl told police he "switched" and attacked her with a brick after drinking shots of vodka mixed with rum, a court has heard.

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Red Arrows pull stunts from Farnborough show over Shoreham fears

The Red Arrows will not perform stunts at the Farnborough Air Show for the first time in more than 50 years because of safety fears.

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More rain predicted after England and Wales lashed by thunder and lightning

Britain has been battered by heavy rainfall, as some parts were lashed with as much as 40mm - and warnings of more wet weather to come.

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Policing minister vows to look again at Bridgewater murder case

A Government minister has said the Home Office will look at the case of one of Britain's most notorious murders after new claims emerged in a documentary about the killing.

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Crop warning over arrival in big numbers of 'pest' moths

Experts have warned of a potential explosion in numbers of an invasive "super-pest" moth which attacks crops such as cabbages and cauliflowers.

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Man arrested following Leeds city centre lamppost drama

A man who brought city centre traffic to a standstill after climbing a lamppost and refusing to come down for nearly five hours has been arrested.

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