28 March 2010: 7:17am
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A 24-year-old woman is believed to be the latest victim of "party drug" mephedrone, police said.Read
Three former Cabinet ministers have been suspended by the Labour Party over allegations they were prepared to use their position to influence government policy for cash.Read
A gay couple who claimed they were turned away from a bed and breakfast because of their sexuality have said they have been inundated with messages of support.Read
A policeman struck a G20 protester twice with a metal baton after mistaking a carton of orange juice in her hand for a weapon, a court has heard.Read
Tributes have been paid to BBC commentator Harry Carpenter - dubbed the Voice of Boxing.Read
British Airways today said Unite's three-day strike would cost it around £21 million.Read
A barrister was paid nearly £1 million from the public purse for legal aid work last year, official figures have revealed.Read
Samantha Cameron is expecting a baby in September, it has been announced.Read
The trial of a police officer accused of assaulting a G20 protester was hanging in the balance after the alleged victim failed to turn up to give evidence.Read
BBC boxing commentator Harry Carpenter has died, a spokesman for his family said.Read
An anti-smoking charity has called for Gorillaz frontman Damon Albarn to be prosecuted for smoking a cigarette on stage on the first night of a tour.Read
The leader of striking British Airways cabin crew has made a fresh appeal for talks to end their dispute, which he said had cost the airline tens of millions of pounds.Read
A gang member who stabbed a store manager to death during a botched raid has been given a life sentence.Read
Downing Street has dismissed Conservative calls for a Government inquiry into alleged lobbying of Whitehall departments by former Cabinet ministers, including Stephen Byers.Read
Anyone wanting tickets for the Olympics can now register online.Read
The head of police chiefs in England and Wales has called for a fundamental review of all aspects of policing following the general election.Read
Gordon Brown has set out plans to ensure super-fast broadband for every home, in a move he claimed could slash billions from public service costs and create more than 250,000 jobs.Read
One of the former ministers embroiled in the lobbying row said he had asked Parliament's sleaze watchdog to investigate his conduct.Read
The UK's reputation is being hit by the British Airways strike, business leaders warned, as both sides in the dispute continued to argue fiercely over the impact of the industrial action.Read
Prosecutors and police said they need to do more to help disabled victims of hate crime.Read
Soham murderer Ian Huntley is back in prison after an attack by a fellow inmate left him needing hospital treatment.Read
Air pollution is causing the early deaths of up to 50,000 people a year and making thousands more ill - but the Government is failing to take enough action to tackle the problem, MPs have said.Read
The US House of Representatives has approved historic healthcare legislation which has been at the heart of President Barack Obama's mission in the White House.Read
Oscar winners Rachel Weisz and Dame Maggie Smith have scooped two standout Laurence Olivier prizes at the glitzy theatre awards ceremony.Read
British Airways cabin crew have begun their third day of strike action as airline management and union leaders continue their war of words.Read
Pressure is mounting for a sleaze probe after several senior Labour MPs were filmed apparently offering their expertise for cash.Read
Soham murderer Ian Huntley is in hospital after reportedly having his throat slashed by a fellow prison inmate.Read
Disgraced golfer Tiger Woods has revealed he is "nervous" about making his golf comeback next month as he admitted he had been "living a lie".Read
The UK's economic recovery will not pick up pace until the middle of next year, a business group has warned.Read
The average household is more than £17,000 worse off than they were at the start of the recession, a research has shown.Read
Seaweed bread could be the answer to the obesity epidemic, scientists have said.Read
Gordon Brown is setting out plans to ensure super-fast broadband for every home in a move he claims could slash billions from public service costs and create more than 250,000 jobs.Read
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