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Sgt Rick Clement, who served with the First Battalion the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, announced he was leaving the military after 16 years of service.
An MP has asked for "dangerous" plans do downgrade and centralise parts of the district's hospital services to be referred to the secretary of state.
A father who stabbed his adulterous wife to death as she prepared for a weekend break with her new lover has been jailed for life after being found guilty of murder.
A van driver has admitted running down and killing a mother of three in a hit-and-run frenzy in which more than a dozen other people were injured.
A witness in the trial of two men accused of murdering three people in a Helensburgh house fire has been called a "bare-faced liar" by a defence QC.
Police arrested two men Friday on suspicion of endangering an aircraft after a flight from Pakistan to Manchester was diverted to Stansted Airport in Essex.
The force is also working with and reassuring parents who have been affected by the alleged sexual assault of a child at one of the three branches of Bright Eyes Nurseries, which are in Bromsgrove, Redditch and Droitwich.
Londoner Christopher Simmonds, 28, was convicted of manslaughter following a six-week trial at Bristol Crown Court, while Zacharious Clayton, 19, Kendel Joseph, 19, and 18-year-old Eurico Tavares were each acquitted of a charge of murder.
Natasha Pollard's dogs Max, an 18-month-old West Highland terrier/King Charles spaniel crossbreed, and Molly, a five-year-old jack russell terrier, died earlier this month after falling ill following a walk at Stratton Meadows.
Two men accused of butchering a British soldier had been investigated previously by security services, a British official said today, as investigators searched several locations and tried to determine whether the men were part of a wider plot to instill terror on the streets of London.
A man weeps outside the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich as he looks at floral tributes following the attack on Lee Rigby Around a dozen sat in silence in St Mary Magdalene Parish Church, Woolwich, offering their prayers for Drummer Lee Rigby, 25, of Middleton, Greater Manchester.
The two men who allegedly hacked a British soldier to death were known to intelligence services before the Wednesday incident, a British security official admitted Thursday.
Anyone looking for a sign of British bravery in the face of terror should look no further than Ingrid Loyau-Kennett. A British soldier had been hacked to death on the streets of southeast London Wednesday afternoon.
What does a murderous jihadist terrorist have to do to get some recognition for his cause? You hack a British soldier to death in broad daylight on a London street while shouting "Allahu akbar" and then "swear by the almighty Allah" that you'll never stop fighting, and the U.S. broadcast networks still can't bring themselves to utter a word about the murderers' Islamist background.