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Revenge porn victims could get anonymity as government orders online abuse review
Victims of so-called revenge porn could be granted the same anonymity as rape or sexual abuse victims.
12 dead as rare bacterial infection spreads through Essex
Twelve people have died of a rare bacterial infection that has spread in Essex.
French bulldog tied to vehicle in Bootle and dragged to her death
The RSPCA has launched an investigation after a French bulldog appears to have been tied to a vehicle and dragged to her death in Merseyside.
Huawei building UK 5G 'like letting a kleptomaniac into your house', US ambassador says
Allowing Huawei to help build 5G in Britain would be like letting a "kleptomaniac" into your home, the US ambassador to the UK has said.
UK weather forecast: Two weeks of rain in one morning but 30C on way
Around two weeks of rain fell in just a few hours in parts of England on Tuesday morning, with Kent and Sussex the worst hit.
Father stabbed to death in front of son on train after 'row over blocking aisle'
A train passenger was stabbed to death in front of his 14-year-old son after a heated row over blocking the aisle, a court heard.
Angela Eagle in tears as she tells LGBT protesters: 'We are not getting back in the closet'
A gay MP broke down in the House of Commons arguing in favour of lessons about same-sex relationships.
Male contraceptive gel: UK man among first in world to take part in trials
A British man is among the first in the world to trial a male contraceptive gel as part of a two-year international study.
De La Rue cuts jobs after post-Brexit blue passport work awarded abroad
Banknote maker De La Rue has announced plans to shut a print line at its Gateshead works, placing up to 171 jobs at risk of redundancy.
Two arrested over leak of A-Level maths paper, exam body says
Two people have been arrested over the leak of an A-Level maths exam earlier this month.