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Large increase in fatal police shootings

There has been a sharp increase in vehicle pursuit-related deaths and fatal police shootings, according to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.

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Ban to be announced on the sale of new 'leasehold' houses

Proposals have been announced to ban the sale of new leasehold houses which oblige the owner of the lease to pay ground rent to a freeholder.

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Parents spend last precious moments with Charlie Gard

The parents of Charlie Gard say they are spending their last precious moments with their son after they ended their legal battle to take him to America for treatment.

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Forest fires sweep through southern France

Fires have destroyed some 1,400 hectares of forest and woodlands in the south of France and the island of Corsica.

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Demonstration held following death of man in London

Family and friends of a man who died after being pursued by police in London have gathered outside a police station overnight to voice their anger.

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Half of children helped by foodbanks are primary school age

New data published by The Trussell Trust reveals that last summer 47% of children who received support from foodbanks in its network were just 5-11 years old.

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Wolf shot after escaping from Oxford Wildlife Park

A wolf has been shot dead after it escaped from her enclosure at Cotswold Wildlife Park in Oxfordshire and out of the perimeter fence.

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Brits hit by 'shrinkflation' as packet sizes drop

Britain's sweet and chocolate lovers have been hit hardest by shrinking packet sizes, according to official figures published on Monday.

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Police say Manchester van incident 'not terror related'

A van was driven 'deliberately' at pedestrians in the city centre last night

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Trump's son-in-law denies Russian links

Jared Kushner said he "did not collude" with Russia and had roughly four meetings with Russian officials during the 2016 campaign

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Swiss police hunt for attacker who injured five people

At least five people were hurt, two of them seriously, in an attack by an unidentified man in the Swiss town of Schaffhausen on Monday

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Charlie Gard parents end legal battle

His parents say the 'window of opportunity' for treatment has now been lost

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Parents of Charlie Gard return to London High Court

The parents of critically-ill baby Charlie Gard return to London's High Court where a judge is set to hear final arguments as to why a hospital should not turn off his life support.

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Two men charged over suspected honour killing

Detectives investigating the murder of a young woman who was found dead at an address in London on Wednesday, 19 July have charged two men.

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Britain launches first phase of energy storage investment

Business minister Greg Clark will launch the first phase of a 246 million pound investment into battery technology on Monday.

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London commuters face travel chaos after signalling fault

Commuters travelling to London Waterloo, are being advised not to attempt to travel to the capital after a signalling fault brought services to a standstill.

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Calls to improve swimming and water safety in schools

A new report launched today by the Swim Group aims to improve swimming and water safety in schools.

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Princes regret final rushed call with mum

​Prince William and Harry have spoken of their regret over the last conversation they had with their mother Princess Diana before she died.

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Blood laws for gay men to be relaxed

The Government has announced that ​blood donation rules for gay men and sex workers are being relaxed.

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Police watchdog investigates man's death in London

The Independent Police Complaints Commission has begun an independent investigation into the death of a man in Hackney.

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BBC female presenters call for narrowing of pay gap

A number of leading BBC female presenters have written an open letter to the director general Tony Hall calling on him to address the gender pay gap.

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