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Heath investigated by five forces

Former Prime Minister Sir Edward Heath is being investigated by five police forces as part of their inquiries into allegations of historical child abuse

Cilla died after stroke says coroner

Cilla Black died of natural causes after falling and having a stroke on the balcony of her Spanish home, a coroner confirms

Airport to be emergency lorry park

A former airport in Kent is to be used as an emergency lorry park as cross-Channel disruption continues, the government announces

Burnham 'would nationalise railways'

Labour leadership contender Andy Burnham promises to renationalise Britain's railways "line by line" if he becomes prime minister

Police teen searches 'unsustainable'

One of the UK's most senior chief constables says tracing runaway teenagers takes up too much police time and is a job for social workers

Parents tagged over IS travel fear

The adult members of two families will have electronic tags fitted because of fears they could take children to areas controlled by Islamic State militants, a court rules

Kids Company in closure warning

The Kids Company charity, which received £3m from ministers a week ago, tells the government it will close its services on Wednesday evening

Farmers continue milk price protests

Dairy farmers are continuing to protest at supermarkets in parts of the UK over the price they are paid for their milk

Bin lorry driver 'no blackout' claim

The driver of a bin lorry which crashed in Glasgow denied having a history of blackouts after the incident which claimed six lives

Treasury sells RBS stake at £1bn loss

The government begins its sell-off of shares in part-nationalised lender Royal Bank of Scotland, raising £2.

Woman shot in head in seagulls row

A woman was shot in the head with an air rifle after challenging another woman about her shooting seagulls in a village square, a court hears

Higher Maths pass mark set at 34%

The pass mark for the new Higher Maths exam was adjusted to 34% amid concerns it was "too difficult", it emerges

Pair become youngest to row Atlantic

Two British men become the world's youngest to row across the Atlantic Ocean, from the US to the UK

1D's Louis finally speaks about baby

The One Direction singer was asked on Good Morning America

Man killed as lorry and car collide

A man is killed in a crash on the Killowen Road in County Down

Agency nurse held over assault claim

An agency nurse is arrested following an alleged assault at a care home in County Tyrone

Guards sacked over Facebook posts

Two prison guards are sacked for posting offensive messages about a Welsh prisoner who died in jail

Bus hits man on Kingsway, Swansea

Man, 35, suffers non life-threatening injuries after being hit by a bus on The Kingsway in Swansea city centre

Man jailed for brother-in-law murder

A man who murdered his brother-in-law with a sledgehammer and axe is jailed for life and ordered to serve a minimum of 17 years in prison

'Human remains' are found in park

Police are investigating the discovery of what appears to be human remains in a park in Fife

Bin Laden jet four 'killed by fire'

Three members of Osama Bin Laden's family and a pilot died from the "effects of fire" when a jet plane crashed, preliminary post-mortem tests find

Six in court over Becky Watts' death

Six people have appeared in court in connection with the death of Bristol teenager Becky Watts, ahead of a trial set for 6 October

Guy claims gold in 200m freestyle

Britain's James Guy wins 200m freestyle gold at the World Swimming Championships while Adam Peaty sets new 50m breaststroke record

Glasgow set to stage Davis Cup semi

LTA fails to persuade Florence and the Machine to move their show so Manchester Arena could host GB's tie with Australia

Mayweather to face Berto in September

Undefeated Floyd Mayweather will attempt to match Rocky Marciano's record of 49 victories without defeat against Andre Berto

Labour urged to end 'Corbyn madness'

Labour must "end the madness" of recent weeks over Jeremy Corbyn's candidacy and choose Yvette Cooper as its next leader, Alan Johnson says

UK to extend Tornado strikes in Iraq

The RAF Tornado mission against Islamic State militants in Iraq is to be extended until at least 2017, Defence Secretary Michael Fallon says

Corbyn: I'll reindustrialise the North

Jeremy Corbyn is calling for the "re-industrialisation" of northern England through higher spending on transport, housing and broadband while Andy Burnham pledges help for part-time workers

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Sarah used to runaway from home, but now says she did not understand the dangers

VIDEO: Fear of illness drove partner to suicide

John Southall, the partner of Gill Pharaoh, who ended her life in a Swiss suicide clinic, explains how she reached her decision

VIDEO: Waves batter cars prompting 'sea ban'

Cars are moved by large waves and people are advised not to enter the sea at a number of beaches as bad weather hits the south-west of England

VIDEO: Farmers clear milk shelves in protest

Dairy farmers stage protests over fears that they could go out of business because of poor prices they are paid for supplying supermarkets

VIDEO: Wing-walk fundraiser for 90-year-old

A Leicestershire man celebrates his 90th birthday by raising money for charity with a wing walk

VIDEO: Bollywood horror filmed in UK

Bollywood is not normally associated with the suspense genre but now it is biting back with a home counties horror film - and the BBC has been granted exclusive access

VIDEO: Security boosted at Eurotunnel terminal

One hundred extra security guards have been stationed at the Eurotunnel terminal, in the latest attempt to tackle the crisis at Calais

VIDEO: New bid to get people playing sport

Ministers are asking people to submit ideas about how to boost the number of people playing sport

Who was Ted Heath?

Former PM in the spotlight over child abuse claims

Why might women feel temperature differently to men?

Why might women feel temperature differently to men?

Calais and the UK's lack of ID cards

Calais and the story of UK identity cards

RBS sale: Value for money?

Why sell RBS shares now? And is it good for taxpayers?

Would Chinese-style education work on British kids?

Would Chinese-style education work on British kids?

Can Tube strike dispute be resolved?

Can Tube strike dispute be resolved?

When did 'buccaneering' become a good word?

When did 'buccaneering' become a good word?

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