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Police warn of 'growing' illegal rave problem as numbers soar
Police chiefs have warned illegal raves are a "growing problem" after forces revealed they are tackling hundreds across Britain each year.
Wiltshire churches 'devastated' after being targeted by roof thieves
Fundraisers have been left "devastated" and "demoralised" after thieves stole the lead roofs from a number of ancient churches in Wiltshire - a crime that is on the rise nationally.
Man charged over Halloween knife attack murder in Bromley
Two men have been charged following a fatal stabbing in southeast London on Halloween.
Claw marks and faeces: Inside kennel housing 70 greyhounds
A kennel that housed more than 70 greyhounds has been found in a "horrendous" state.
Theresa May to hit back at Brexit plan critics on Sophy Ridge On Sunday
Theresa May will come out fighting in a Sky News interview, hitting back at Tory MPs bidding to remove her and cabinet ministers demanding a better Brexit deal.
'Extinction Rebellion' protesters block London bridges over climate change call
More than 70 people have been arrested in London after a protest which blocked five of the capital's bridges to demand urgent action on climate change.
Prince Harry: HIV test is nothing to be ashamed of
Prince Harry has said people should treat HIV tests the same way as protecting themselves against "viruses like cold and flu".
Darts players let rip as they accuse each other of farting during match
The "whoever smelt it, dealt it" rule has been thrown out the window after two rival darts players accused each other of breaking wind during their match.
Administration for i and Scotsman owner Johnston Press
Johnston Press, the publisher of the i newspaper and The Scotsman, has said it intends to place itself into administration.
Sainsbury's launches £1.50 edible insect range in UK supermarket first
Sainsbury's has become the first UK high street supermarket to stock edible insects.