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Hillsborough families vow challenge to dropping charges against ex-West Yorkshire Police chief
Families of victims of the Hillsborough disaster have vowed to challenge a decision to drop charges against a former police chief.
'They've let the 96 down' - relatives of Hillsborough victims criticise CPS
Angry, frustrated, disappointed. But not surprised.
Danny Boyle quits as director of next James Bond Film
Danny Boyle has quit as director of the next James Bond film "due to creative differences", its producers have announced.
UK and EU to hold 'continuous' Brexit negotiations in bid for breakthrough
Britain will hold continuous negotiations with the EU from now on in a bid to achieve a breakthrough in Brexit talks.
Officer who slapped teenage girl used 'reasonable force'
A police officer who was captured on video using an "open hand strike" on 14-year-old girl used "reasonable force" to restrain her, Lancashire Constabulary has said.
Jeremy Hunt says Donald Trump should be judged on actions not words over Russia
Donald Trump should be judged on his actions and not just his words when it comes to Russia, Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has declared.
British tycoon killed in seaplane crash with his family 'leaves £41m' to Oxfam
A British businessman who was killed in a seaplane crash with his family has left a reported £41m to the charity Oxfam.
Woman jailed in Indonesia for complaining mosque was too noisy
A woman is being sent to prison for 18 months in Indonesia after complaining that a mosque near her house was "too loud" and "hurt" her ears.
Nazi concentration camp guard Jakiw Palik, 95, deported back to Germany
The last Nazi war crimes suspect living in the US has been deported to Germany 14 years after a judge ordered his expulsion, the White House said on Tuesday.
Students tear down 'Silent Sam' Confederate statue in North Carolina
A group of students have toppled a controversial century-old statue of a Confederate soldier at a US university.