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Thousands of sick and disabled had benefits underpaid
Around 70,000 people are thought to have been underpaid benefits by an average of £5,000 each, according to the public spending watchdog.
Britain must 're-invent' relationship with sea
Britain must re-invent its relationship with the sea if it's to exploit the huge potential of the future marine economy, according to a major new report.
RAF engineer has died after Red Arrows crash
An RAF engineer has died after a Red Arrows jet crashed at RAF Valley in Anglesey.
Nanny 'murdered after being tortured to confess to claims about Boyzone member'
A couple accused of murdering their 21-year-old nanny allegedly forced her to confess to bizarre claims that a former Boyzone member drugged and sexually abused their household.
Racist messages shared by law students investigated by Exeter University
Claims that racist messages have been posted by law students from the University of Exeter are being formally investigated.
Jennie Formby appointed Labour's new general secretary in boost for Jeremy Corbyn
Labour have appointed their second-ever female general secretary in the party's history as trade unionist Jennie Formby took on the top role.
Facebook row tech firm Cambridge Analytica suspends CEO Alexander Nix
Facebook row tech firm Cambridge Analytica has suspended its CEO Alexander Nix in the wake of a series of allegations.
Theresa May rapped by government body over £450m police funding claim
Theresa May risked misleading the public by claiming the Government is boosting police funding by £450m, according to the UK's official statistics watchdog.
Girl, 2, who died after car went into a river in Wales was 'incredible... happy... fun'
A toddler who died after being rescued from a car in a river has been called an "incredible happy young girl" who lived "a great adventurous fun life".
Troubled Carpetright scrambles to secure emergency funds
Carpetright is racing to secure emergency funding to pave the way for a longer-term restructuring plan in the latest sign of the crisis engulfing Britain's high streets.