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Two arrested in UK over alleged global plot to hack Microsoft network

Two men have been arrested in connection with an alleged worldwide conspiracy to hack into the Microsoft network.

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Welby: Church colluded in and hid bishop's sex abuse rather than helping victims

The Church of England "colluded" with and helped to hide the long-term sexual abuse of young men by one its bishops rather than help his victims, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said.

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New Elizabeth Line train carries passengers for first time

Rail passengers have travelled on a train built for London's £14.8 billion Elizabeth Line for the first time.

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'Dripping wet' drug trafficking suspect hands himself in after Crimewatch appeal

A fugitive wanted for alleged drug smuggling has handed himself in to police in Gibraltar "dripping wet".

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Search operation carried out after large cliff fall in East Sussex

Rescuers have carried out a search operation after a large cliff fall although no-one was reported missing.

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Queen takes part in Ascot procession after dash from State Opening of Parliament

The Queen has taken part in the traditional Royal Ascot carriage procession - completing her dash from the State Opening of Parliament.

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Man denies killing two former girlfriends five years apart

A "possessive, controlling" man killed two of his ex-girlfriends five years apart, with their deaths recorded at the time as being caused by accidental or natural causes, a court heard.

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Delayed Southern Railway report 'highlighted important safety work'

A report for the Government on Southern Railway was ready for publication in April and covered important health and safety-related work that has been postponed, it is being claimed.

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Free runner died after sticking head out between train carriages, inquest told

A popular free runner died when he suffered "catastrophic" head injuries after he stuck his head out between the carriages of a Paris Metro train to take a selfie with his phone, an inquest has heard.

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Shoreham air disaster: Criminal investigation into pilot almost complete

The criminal investigation into the pilot involved in the Shoreham air disaster is "95% complete", police have said.

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Renewable energy programme to examine impact on sea life

A £3 million renewable energy study programme based in Scotland is set to shed new light on how the industry impacts the lives of dolphins and other sea life.

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Runner drowned after falling into Basingstoke Canal

A keen runner drowned after falling into a canal while going for a jog with his dog, an inquest has heard.

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Unison leader urges 'callous' PM to resign over response to atrocities

A senior union leader has launched an attack on Theresa May for her "cold callousness" in dealing with recent atrocities and urged her to resign.

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Man due in court over fatal car crash

The driver of a Ferrari F50 is to appear in court after being summonsed for allegedly causing the death by careless driving of a 13-year-old boy after the supercar crashed into fencing.

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Queen leads silent tribute at Ascot to victims of recent tragedies

The Queen has led Royal Ascot racegoers and her family in observing a minute's silence in memory of the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire and London and Manchester terror attacks.

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Woman who lost baby warns mothers against using doppler machines

A woman who lost her first baby despite feeling reassured by a doppler machine has spoken out to warn other pregnant women against using them.

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Proposed DUP deal would not undermine Good Friday Agreement, insists May

Theresa May has insisted a proposed deal with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionists (DUP) to prop up her minority Government will not be allowed to undermine the Good Friday Agreement.

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Alexander Perepilichnyy inquest: DNA tests carried out to look for toxins

New DNA tests are being carried out to discover what a Russian whistleblower might have consumed before he died in a suspected poisoning - but the results have yet to be revealed, an inquest heard.

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Mercury rises as Met office issues second highest heatwave alert

The Met Office has issued the second highest heatwave alert for all of Britain as the country endures some extreme heat.

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Two-times University Challenge champion sworn in as Lord Chancellor

A University Challenge two-times champion has been welcomed to his latest government role - by the finest minds in the legal profession.

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