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2015/07/06 23:44
2015/07/06 23:44
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Two charities will go to court tomorrow (7 July) to appeal the High Court’s decision to bar a challenge to legal aid cuts for prisoners. The cuts, which came into force 18 months ago, have coincided...
2015/07/06 23:44
2015/07/06 23:44
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2015/07/04 17:53
2015/07/04 17:53
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LONDON bombings hero Paul Dadge and former BBC Midlands Today presenter David Davies have both settled damages claims over the News of the World phone-hacking scandal, the High Court heard. The pair...
2015/07/03 13:52
2015/07/03 13:52
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Rodney police marksman loses shooting bid He asked two judges for permission to seek judicial review of conclusions reached by the inquiry chairman, Sir Christopher Holland, that Mr Rodney was...
2015/07/01 14:35
2015/07/01 14:35
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Inventor of SMS dies: Here’s the 12 most important texts in history He never actually used ‘txt spk’ himself, but Matti Makkonen, who died this week, was widely credited with inventing the...
2015/06/27 00:49
2015/06/27 00:49
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Power, politics and the press: the man who brought Rupert Murdoch to book Nick Davies’s pursuit of the phone-hacking scandal shut down the ‘News of the World’. Now he’ll show you how to be an...
2015/06/26 17:09
2015/06/26 17:09
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... look at the trials and you look at Rebecca Brookes and Andy Coulson. [The corruption] is there, blatantly, obviously in your face, of how unjust this is." "Not just from my point of view, there...
2015/06/26 05:49
2015/06/26 05:49
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Richard Desmond: the power player who dealt his way to the top The media mogul is more than happy to share stories from his colourful career Richard Desmond: “Everybody has ethics, I’m sure Adolf...
2015/06/24 14:44
2015/06/24 14:44
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Ashley Matthews suffered 75 to 80 per cent burns after touching a cable with his foot at the Bescot depot last Thursday. An inquest, which opened yesterday at Smethwick Council House, heard the...
2015/06/23 09:37
2015/06/23 09:37
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Lord chancellor Michael Gove will tomorrow signal the urgent reform of a ‘creaking, outdated’ justice system that is failing the most vulnerable members of society. The justice secretary is set to...
2015/06/23 08:38
2015/06/23 08:38
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Donald Martin, editor of the Sunday Post, a director of the NCTJ, and chairman of the Society of Editors training committee, addressed the Society of Editors regional seminar yesterday as part of the...
2015/06/21 11:24
2015/06/21 11:24
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... was devastating; I just wanted to throw up. We were in the loungeroom with the boys when the police told us what happened": Faye and Mark Leveson. Photo: Kate Geraghty It was too good to be true...
2015/06/20 09:47
2015/06/20 09:47
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Charlotte Church has gone through a drastic transformation, from child star singer to fiery political activist. The dust is still settling on a general election that confounded many, not least the...
2015/06/16 17:16
2015/06/16 17:16
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It’s our relationship with stress that matters most, rather than the stress itself Change is often a constant these days. What matters is how you respond to it. Photo / Thinkstock Of course we all...
2015/06/16 08:39
2015/06/16 08:39
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A consultation has begun into proposals for an arbitration scheme for legal and civil disputes involving the press. The Independent Press Standards Organisation has launched the exercise, which will...
2015/06/15 18:55
2015/06/15 18:55
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June 15, 1215, saw the sealing of the Magna Carta at Runnymede by King John, by which the English barons won a charter of liberties. June 15, 1215, saw the sealing of the Magna Carta at Runnymede by...
2015/06/14 18:17
2015/06/14 18:17
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David Cameron faced calls today to sack the head of the Iraq inquiry after it emerged the report could not be published for another year. The panel is also still in the process of ‘Maxwellisation’...
2015/06/12 14:37
2015/06/12 14:37
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Column: Orgreave IPCC will damage trust Police arrest pickets at Orgreave coking plant. miners strike. June 1984 The Battle of Orgreave was a profoundly significant event, not just in terms of how...
2015/06/10 10:01
2015/06/10 10:01
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AN EASTLEIGH man known as the "naked rambler" has made legal history by appearing before leading judges in the nude. Stephen Gough, a former marine, watched proceedings at the Court of Appeal in...
2015/06/10 02:09
2015/06/10 02:09
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His rare and unique-tasting organic meat is reared by local farmer Angus Macdonald on an uninhabited island, Valley, off the west coast of North Uist, where the herds graze on species-rich machair...
2015/06/09 18:17
2015/06/09 18:17
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He then forced her hand on to his private parts and shoved her head towards his crotch as she fought for breath, a Health Care Professions Council tribunal heard. The patient was being rushed to...
2015/07/06 23:44
2015/07/06 23:44
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