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Cyber trolls face stiffer sentences

Cyber trolls face stiffer sentences

Internet trolls will face up to two years in jail under tough new laws proposed by Justice Secretary Chris Grayling.

Migrant cap 'not within EU law'

Migrant cap 'not within EU law'

An arbitrary cap on the number of migrants coming to the UK from within the EU would be incompatible with European law, outgoing president Jose Manuel Barroso has warned.

Ebola nurse returns to fight virus

Ebola nurse returns to fight virus

The British nurse who survived Ebola has flown back to the country where he caught the deadly virus as he prepares to rejoin efforts to tackle the epidemic.

Hundreds attend Paisley service

Hundreds attend Paisley service

Hundreds of people have attended a memorial service for Northern Ireland's former first minister Ian Paisley.

Evans shows no remorse over rape

Evans shows no remorse over rape

Convicted rapist Ched Evans has said he is "ashamed" of his actions - but expressed no remorse for his crime as he continues to protest his innocence.
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Trekker families waiting for news

Trekker families waiting for news

A number of families of British trekkers in Nepal are still awaiting news of their relatives following deadly blizzards and avalanches.
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Ella tops charts with debut album

Ella tops charts with debut album

Ella Henderson, a former X Factor finalist, is celebrating a dazzling debut at the top of the album chart.
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NHS 'crisis without big change'

NHS 'crisis without big change'

The NHS faces a "full blown crisis" unless there is a major change in the way the service is run, Andy Burnham has warned.
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PM 'willing to move' on recall plan

PM 'willing to move' on recall plan

David Cameron is willing to "move considerably" on strengthening the ability of constituents to sack errant MPs, a Tory campaigner on the issue said.
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Charles orders grey squirrel cull

Charles orders grey squirrel cull

The Prince of Wales has ordered a cull of the destructive grey squirrel on his estate in a bid to protect the indigenous red variety, his spokesman has confirmed.
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