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By Lauren Grice A man has been jailed for two years for causing an armed stand-off in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, last year.
By Laura Moulden No further horsemeat contamination has been found in the course of meat testing by UK supermarkets and a number of other food businesses.
By Gerald Heneghan The government's Work Programme has been branded "extremely poor" by MPs in the Public Account Committee.
A successful Yate-based company has celebrated its 10th birthday by inviting in MP Steve Webb. Office Watercoolers South West Ltd. was started 10 years ago by local man Peter
By Gerald Heneghan Court cases related to the ongoing horsemeat contamination scandal are set to begin today (February 11th) in Europe.
By Lauren Grice A man has been killed in a collision involving multiple vehicles on the M18 in south Yorkshire.
Since considerable anxiety is felt by senior judges and legal professionals over the effect legal aid cuts will have on family cases and the children themselves. Cuts to legal
By Jonathan Bridge The UK Space Agency (UKSA) has appointed its next Chief Executive Officer today, January 22.
By Gerald Heneghan A third man has been arrested in connection with the murder off an off-duty police officer in Edgeley, Stockport.
By Gerald Heneghan A helicopter has crashed into a crane in central London this morning (January 16th), killing two people and injuring nine others.