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Wigan man jailed for grooming teenage girls

By Gerald Heneghan A Wigan man has been jailed for 12 years over his ...

Undercover policing needs overhaul, say MPs

By Laura Moulden Undercover policing in the UK requires a “root and branch” overhaul, ...

Manchester City’s Courtney Meppen-Walter jailed for 16 months over careless driving deaths

By Lauren Grice Manchester City player Courtney Meppen-Walter faces 16 months in jail after ...

Nick Clegg: Sex claims contributed to Lord Rennard resignation

By Laura Moulden Nick Clegg has admitted recent claims regarding sexually inappropriate behaviour contributed ...

Sheffield dog torturers sought by police

By Lauren Grice Police in Sheffield are appealing for information  after the charred body ...

Hit and run injures two GMP officers

By Gerald Heneghan Two officers from Greater Manchester Police (GMP) have been injured in ...

Police hunt for Bolton market sex attacker

By Lauren Grice Greater Manchester Police have launched a hunt for a man who ...

Savile inquiry evidence to be published by BBC

By Laura Moulden Evidence from the BBC’s inquiry into Newsnight’s decision to drop its ...

Barnet PCs rescue driver from freezing lake

By Lauren Grice Police constables from Barnet borough have saved a woman from drowning ...

Dundee sex attack appeal launched

By Laura Moulden Police in Dundee have launched an appeal for information after a ...

DRUG NETWORK ORDERED BY COURT TO PAY £2.5 MILLION IN ILL-GOTTEN GAINS

Private prisons ‘better run than state facilities’

By Gerald Heneghan Private companies are better than the public sector at running prisons, ...

Vicky Price jury ‘unable to reach verdict’

By Lauren Grice The jury trying Vicky Pryce, the ex-wife of former minister Chris ...

Wisbech Fish and chip shop stabbing victim fined for wasting police time

By Laura Moulden A Wisbech man who claimed he fought off four muggers while ...

Lowestoft crash victim named as David Wright

By Lauren Grice The victim of a car crash in Lowestoft has been revealed ...

Cannabis regulation ‘favoured by most Brits’

By Laura Moulden Cannabis legalisation and decriminalisation is favoured by most Britons, an independent ...

Horsemeat scandal: FSB urges Britain to ‘keep trade local’

By Gerald Heneghan The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has urged Britain to keep ...

Horsemeat scandal: Food retailers hit back at conspiracy claims

By Lauren Grice Food retailers have hit back at claims they were involved in ...

MPs call for national standard on anti-social behaviour

By Laura Moulden MPs have called for a national standard on anti-social behaviour to ...

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