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PC Andrew Harper: Donations for officer dragged to his death by car surge past £100k in one day
A fundraising page for the police officer killed while investigating reports of a burglary has surged past £100,000 in just over a day.
'Tackling wicked problem of violence among children is my priority' - police chief
A senior officer with West Midlands police has described violence among children as a "wicked problem" that he sometimes has "no idea how we're going to solve".
Prince Andrew 'appalled' over ex-friend Jeffrey Epstein sex scandal claims
Prince Andrew has said he is "appalled" by recent sex abuse claims surrounding Jeffrey Epstein after footage emerged of the royal inside the convicted paedophile's Manhattan mansion in 2010.
Lucas Dobson: Boy, 6, who fell into river 'unlikely to be found alive'
A six-year-old boy swept away after falling into a river in Kent is "unlikely" to be found alive, the police officer leading the search has said.
Boris Johnson orders urgent action to boost vaccination rates after measles rise
The prime minister is demanding urgent action to improve the UK's declining vaccination rates.
PM to meet EU leaders as Number 10 plays down leaked documents of no-deal warnings
Boris Johnson will head to Berlin and Paris this week in a bid to secure a new Brexit deal, as Number 10 sought to play down a secret Whitehall no-deal dossier.
GP surgeries in England ordered to stop half-day closing
The NHS is ordering GP surgeries to stop half-day closing in England, making more than a quarter of a million doctor appointments become available.
The Ashes: Australia cling on for draw in second Test after Stokes hits ton
Ben Stokes smashed an unbeaten 115 but Australia managed to cling on for a draw at Lord's to stay 1-0 up in the five-match Ashes series.
Didcot power station demolition cuts electricity to 40,000 homes
The remains of a coal-fired power station where four workers were killed after it collapsed three years ago have been demolished - but 40,000 homes in the area were left without power.
'Jihadi Jack' Letts stripped of British citizenship by Home Office
Jack Letts, also known as 'Jihadi Jack', has been stripped of his UK citizenship.