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Merseyrail vows golf fans will get to The Open despite guards strike

Merseyrail is pledging to transport golf fans to The Open on Sunday despite a strike by guards in a row about driver-only trains.

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Stalls handler dies after suffering serious injuries at Haydock

A member of staff has died after suffering serious injuries in an incident before a race at Haydock.

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Stalls handler dies after suffering serious injuries at Haydock

A member of staff has died after suffering serious injuries in an incident before a race at Haydock.

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Baroness Hale becomes Supreme Court's first female president

Lady Hale has been appointed as the first female president of the UK's highest court.

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Cyber crimes soaring with most not being solved, investigation finds

A "tidal wave" of cyber crime is going unreported in Britain, an investigation by the i newspaper has found.

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Rail passengers outside South East not 'poor cousins', says Chris Grayling

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has denied railway passengers outside London and the South East are "poor cousins" as he defended the scrapping of plans for electrification in Wales, the Midlands and the North.

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Holiday Britons face flights disruption after Kos earthquake

British holidaymakers are facing travel disruption at the busiest time of the year after a powerful earthquake off the Greek islands and Turkey killed two people, the Government has warned.

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Man charged with murder after 38-year-old is stabbed to death

A 32-year-old man has been charged with murder after a man was killed in Greater Manchester.

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Prison teacher jailed for secret romance with inmate

A prison teacher and mother-of-two who had a romance with an inmate has been jailed for 21 months.

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Three men hunted after young father stabbed to death outside his home

Murder squad detectives are hunting three men after a young father was stabbed to death outside his home.

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Ex-football coach Barry Bennell to face trial on child sex charges

Former football coach Barry Bennell is to stand trial over child sex offences.

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Suspected head of people trafficking gang is extradited to Greece

A suspected people trafficker thought to have headed an organised crime group smuggling around 100 Syrian migrants a day into western Europe has been extradited to Greece after a long legal battle.

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RMT and Transport Secretary in 'full and frank' talks over disputes

The biggest rail workers' union has held "full and frank" talks with the Transport Secretary in a bid to resolve disputes over staffing and driver-only trains at a number of operators.

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Suspected head of people trafficking gang is extradited to Greece

A Palestinian suspected people trafficker thought to have headed an organised crime group smuggling around 100 Syrian migrants a day into western Europe has been extradited to Greece after a long legal battle.

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Woman sobs as she is jailed again for posing as man to trick her friend into sex

A woman who duped her female friend into having sex by pretending to be a man has been jailed for six and a half years.

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Sellafield firefighters' strikes suspended after new pay offer

Planned strikes by firefighters at the Sellafield nuclear site have been suspended while they consider a new pay offer.

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Funeral for youngest Manchester attack victim Saffie to be held at cathedral

The funeral of the youngest victim of the Manchester terror attack will be held at the city's cathedral next week.

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United Utilities pleads guilty to supplying water unfit for human consumption

Water firm United Utilities has pleaded guilty to supplying water that was unfit for human consumption to hundreds of thousands of customers.

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Missing 12-year-old girls found safe after police appeal

Two 12-year-old girls missing for around 48 hours have been found safe and well, police said.

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Catfishing victims to 'have voices properly heard', culture minister vows

Catfish victims will have "their voices properly heard" as part of Government efforts to improve internet safety, a culture minister has said.

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