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Farm locked down after mad cow disease found in Scotland
A case of BSE, also known as mad cow disease, has been confirmed on a farm in Aberdeenshire.
Two police officers could face charges over footballer Dalian Atkinson's death
The CPS will consider potential criminal charges against two police officers over the death of ex-footballer Dalian Atkinson.
Grenfell mum 'wanted to jump from top floor of tower rather than be burnt alive'
A son who carried his mother down to safety from the top floor of Grenfell Tower has described hearing her say she was "ready to jump rather than go through the pain of being burnt alive".
Experts raise concerns over safety of baby boxes
Cardboard baby boxes should not be promoted as a safe alternative to a cot or bassinet, experts have warned.
Roma fan cleared of inflicting GBH on Liverpool supporter Sean Cox before Champions League tie
Roma supporter Filippo Lombardi has been acquitted of inflicting GBH on a Liverpool fan before the Champions League semi-final.
Police have no time to investigate wolf whistles or teach people good manners - chief
A police leader has warned that forces do not have the time and resources to investigate wolf whistles, bad manners or impolite comments.
Bercow refuses to confirm departure date amid calls for him to resign as Speaker
John Bercow has refused to confirm whether he will quit as Speaker next summer.
Banksy reveals he meant to shred entire £1m Girl With Balloon painting
Street artist Banksy has posted a new video about the shredding of his famous Girl With Balloon painting, implying that it was supposed to have been completely destroyed in the stunt.
Rise in murder, knife crime and robbery fuels increase in recorded offences
A rise in murder, knife crime, sex offences and robbery has fuelled an increase in overall recorded offences in the last year.
Kleenex rebrands 'sexist' Mansize tissues following customer complaints
Kleenex has binned its "Mansize" branding after some customers complained it was sexist.