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Existing laws to protect children from abuse are more effective than the public identification of paedophiles, a leading children's charity has said.Read
Police have released a CCTV image of five youths seen riding away from the scene of a teenager's fatal plunge from a block of flats.Read
Gordon Brown's woes continued with a new poll showing Labour trailing 21 points behind the Tories.Read
Four British tourists were killed and three others injured in a road accident during a safari holiday to South Africa.Read
The Government has been accused of complacency over its handling of personal information after laying the blame for the latest loss of sensitive data squarely at the door of an external contractor.Read
A man has been charged in connection with an incident in which a woman was pushed on to a railway line, the British Transport Police said.Read
Police have released a photograph of shooting victim Ezekiel Adeboyego Ojo.Read
A holiday jet bound for Barbados was forced to return to Gatwick airport after the pilot reported a technical problem.Read
Tributes have been paid to a teenage boy killed in a minibus crash during a safari holiday in South Africa.Read
Britain's triumphant Olympic team will return home after the Beijing Games to a heroes' reception, Gordon Brown promised.Read
The tomb of the anti-slavery campaigner who wrote Amazing Grace is among a number of monuments which have been given new protection, the Government said.Read
The Government is under pressure to abandon its ID card plans after one of the main firms involved in the project lost thousands of criminals' personal details.Read
Scotland Yard Commissioner Sir Ian Blair faces an expensive and potentially damaging public row after one of his closest colleagues pushed ahead with claims against him.Read
Foreign Secretary David Miliband is seeking to build an international consensus to pressure Russia into leaving Georgia completely.Read
Sex offender Gary Glitter is in hiding after finally arriving back in Britain and being ordered to sign the sex offenders register.Read
Four Britons have died in a minibus crash in South Africa.Read
Coastguards will start a 48-hour strike over a long-running pay dispute.Read
Shadow chancellor George Osborne has insisted the Tories were ready for government, with tax breaks for married couples a key plank of their strategy for a stronger society.Read
London mayor Boris Johnson has insisted that British ingenuity and resourcefulness would make the 2012 Olympics as impressive as the Beijing Games, despite concerns over the budget.Read
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