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A claim of sexual abuse was made against Bishop of Chichester George Bell, who died in 1958

Church orders independent review of paedophile bishop case

Like-for-like grocery prices dropped by 1.4% on last year as supermarket sales fell by 0.2%, Kantar Worldpanel said

Big four supermarkets' sales squeezed as Aldi and Lidl hit record market share

A 16-year-old boy has admitted cyber attacks around the world including on Devon and Cornwall Police and Seaworld

Teenager admits series of global cyber attacks

The alleged racist attack took place on a tram in Manchester city centre

Police hunt youths after man racially abused on tram

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, right, greets UKIP leader Nigel Farage during a special session of European Parliament in Brussels (AP)

'You're not laughing now' - Farage goads European Parliament

Britain is facing the prospect of setting up new trade deals with the 27 EU member states

Which trade model could Britain try to replicate after leaving the EU?

Gleb Savchenko has quit Strictly Come Dancing

Gleb Savchenko quits Strictly Come Dancing

The Queen meets Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness at Hillsborough Castle

Queen jokingly tells Martin McGuinness 'I'm still alive'

Trust in charities has taken a hit over the last year

Public trust in charities 'falls to record low'

Sadiq Khan has rejected calls for a second referendum on EU membership

Sadiq Khan: We must act fast to stop London jobs heading overseas

The High Court is to rule on the legality of local council 'boycotts'' on Israeli goods produced on the West Bank

High Court to rule on councils' Israeli goods 'boycott'

Amber Heard has accused husband Johnny Depp of domestic abuse

Johnny Depp a 'loving, caring guy' says ex-fiancee Winona Ryder

Richard Osman was killed when EgyptAir flight MS804 crashed (Centamin/PA)

Experts repair flight recorder from crashed EgyptAir jet

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt wants a deal to be negotiated and put to the public

Jeremy Hunt calls for EU deal referendum

Jeremy Hunt says he is considering bidding for the Tory party leadership

Jeremy Hunt 'seriously considering' Tory leadership bid

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is facing a no-confidence vote

Corbyn no confidence vote 'has no meaning', says ally of Labour leader

David Cameron said Britain should seek 'the closest possible relationship' with its former EU partners in both sides' interests (AP)

Quitting EU must not mean 'turning our backs on Europe', says Cameron

Spectators are led into the grounds by stewards at the start of day two of the Wimbledon championships

Fans queue overnight to watch Andy Murray in action at SW19

The HS2 scheme could be delayed, it has been suggested

HS2 rail scheme 'facing cost and time pressures' with 'unrealistic timetable'

There is speculation Charles could be pressed into action by a future government to make foreign trips in support of new UK trade agreements

Charles' household awaits impact of Brexit vote on official duties

England's Wayne Rooney (centre) and his team-mates look dejected after the final whistle following the Round of 16 match at Stade de Nice

Not so nice in Nice as England crash out to minnows Iceland

More women at risk of ovarian cancer should be offered pre-emptive surgery, experts say.

More women at risk of ovarian cancer should get surgery, researchers say

Nicola Sturgeon will call for cross-party support for discussions with EU institutions and member states in an emergency debate at Holyrood

Nicola Sturgeon seeking support for Scottish EU talks

Business Secretary Sajid Javid is to sit down with members of the business community.

Opportunity as well as risk from Brexit, Sajid Javid to tell business leaders

England's Wayne Rooney (centre) and his team-mates look dejected after the final whistle following the Round of 16 match at Stade de Nice, Nice, France.

Not so nice in Nice as England crash out to minnows Iceland

Boris Johnson and Theresa May are considered to be among the frontrunners to be next Conservative leader

New prime minister and Tory leader in place by September 2

Alice Gross disappeared from her home in Ealing, west London, on August 28 2014

Alice Gross family 'stunned' foreign criminal suspect 'not monitored'

Sir Cliff Richard applauds as he watches the action on Centre Court

Sir Cliff joins Centre Court crowd for opening day at Wimbledon

The FTSE 100 Index plunged below the 6,000 mark, slipping 2.6% to 5,982.2

George Osborne's efforts to ease Brexit concerns 'shattered' as markets plunge

Sadiq Khan has called for police to be on guard against hate crimes in the wake of the Brexit vote

Police on hate crime alert over post-Brexit vote 'racist incidents'

Jeremy Corbyn speaks in Parliament Square

Jeremy Corbyn appeals for unity at central London rally

The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) announced changes to the test

Regulators urged to ensure nurses are competent after language test changes

Kayleigh, 15, was held prisoner before her death

Killer of Kayleigh, 15, found guilty of holding her prisoner before her death

Max Clifford denies indecently assaulting a 17-year-old girl in the 1980s

Max Clifford 'used his power' to 'humiliate' girl into sex act, court told

The FTSE 100 was off 76.7 points to 6061.7

Shares temporarily suspended amid major FTSE losses

A pilot prepares a new security drone at Eurotunnel in Calais, as the company continues to face problems with migrants attempting to enter the Eurotunnel site.

Brexit vote 'could generate additional migrant pressure', Eurotunnel boss warns

Elderly patients

Elderly patients being given medical treatment of no benefit, review finds

The new Top Gear series, helmed by Chris Evans, has seen its audience increase for the first time

New Top Gear line-up sees audience increase for first time

Foxtons is among the companies warning of future difficulties following the Brexit decision

Businesses warning of severe implications following Brexit vote

Latest politics news

Civil service 'Brexit unit' set up by David Cameron ahead of negotiations

Muirfield will hold a new ballot on female membership

Muirfield golf club to hold fresh ballot over female membership

Rubbish in front of the Pyramid Stage after the Glastonbury Festival

When the music's over at Glastonbury the great getaway begins

Samuel L Jackson accepts the lifetime achievement award at the BET Awards in Los Angeles (AP)

Samuel L Jackson tells US 'don't be tricked like London'

Stephen Kinnock has resigned as Parliamentary Private Secretary to Angela Eagle

Labour resignation letters in full

The Queen and Duke will tour the famous Giant's Causeway

Causeway and steam train ride among Queen's Northern Ireland engagements

Sterling slumped to its lowest level since 1985 on Friday after the result of the EU referendum

Sterling continues post-Brexit slide as markets open in Asia

Scientists developed a coating for plastic bottles letting soap products flow freely so every drop is used

Sticky problem of pouring out all the shampoo may be solved with new coating

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn arrives to speak in Parliament Square

Jeremy Corbyn defiant after 'hostile' meeting with Labour MPs

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn leaves his house in London on Sunday

Corbyn vows to fight for leadership after 11 senior Labour MPs quit his team


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