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Terror suspect arrested in Whitehall named

A terror suspect arrested in Whitehall on Thursday has been named as Khalid Mohamed Omar Ali.

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BMW workers to protest outside prestige showroom amid pensions row

BMW workers are to stage a protest outside one of the car maker's prestige showrooms as part of a dispute over pensions.

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Meningitis B vaccine offered at University of Surrey after student dies

Students living on campus at the University of Surrey are being offered the meningitis B vaccine after a student died and two others were taken to hospital with the bug.

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Tory MP not standing in election 'after saying homosexuality is wrong'

Conservative MP Andrew Turner has announced he will not be standing at the General Election after he was reported to have told a group of A-Level students that homosexuality was "wrong" and "dangerous to society".

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Sussex Police accepts watchdog recommendations over stalking murder case

A police force sharply criticised after a teenager was murdered by an obsessed stalker five months after she was fined for wasting officers' time over him has accepted a series of recommendations from a watchdog.

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Police still questioning Whitehall terror suspect and six held in separate swoop

Terror police are continuing to question seven people, including a suspected knifeman arrested in the heart of Westminster, held after separate operations in London.

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House price growth slows in areas hit by Southern rail strikes, figures show

House price growth has slowed to around a third of its previous levels in areas where commuters have been affected by the Southern railway strikes, according to a property website.

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Rarely-seen Jane Austen portrait on show to mark 200 years since writer's death

One of the most famous images of Jane Austen is returning to the UK for an exhibition marking the 200th anniversary of the author's death.

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Reactor takes next step towards generating clean electricity from fusion

Britain's newest fusion reactor has been fired up and taken the UK one step further towards generating electricity from the power of the stars.

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Family court litigation halted as baby's rare medical condition discovered

Social services bosses who thought a baby had been shaken have halted family court litigation after discovering that she was suffering from a rare medical condition which causes "easy bruising", a judge has said.

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Radio 1 apology over Orlando Bloom 'pikey' comment

BBC Radio 1 DJ Nick Grimshaw has apologised after Orlando Bloom used the word "pikey" on his breakfast show.

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Woman shot and four arrested in counter-terrorism operation

A woman has been shot by police and four people arrested as part of an ongoing counter-terrorism operation in London and Kent.

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Dozens evacuated after gas main bursts into flames

Dozens of people have been evacuated from their homes in Hampshire after a gas main burst into flames.

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Liberal Democrats to back Greens in Brighton seat

The Liberal Democrats will not contest the seat currently held by Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas.

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Woman hit by falling palm tree while sunbathing recalls 'excruciating pain'

A British holidaymaker has told how she feared she would never walk again after being crushed by a palm tree while sunbathing at a resort in Sri Lanka.

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Vineyard turns heat up with 750 candles to protect grapes from spring frost

Hundreds of candles have been lit to help prevent the grapes at a Hampshire vineyard from succumbing to the unseasonable frost experienced around the country.

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Liberal Democrats to back Greens in Brighton seat

The Liberal Democrats will not contest the seat currently held by Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas.

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Prosecutors consider charges over Tory MP's election expenses

Police investigating the 2015 general election expenses of Conservative MP Craig Mackinlay have submitted a file to prosecutors to consider criminal charges.

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Lloyds Bank to start compensating HBOS fraud victims as ex-judge heads inquiry

Lloyds Banking Group is to begin making compensation offers to victims of fraud at the hands of former HBOS staff next month, and has also appointed a retired high court judge to probe its handling of the affair.

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Former priest charged with historic child sex offences

A former Church of England priest has been charged with a catalogue of historical child sex offences against a boy dating back up to 30 years.

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