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Boy with 'awful injuries' dies at Daventry rail depot
An 11-year-old boy has died after he suffered 'awful' electrical burns at a rail freight depot, police have said.
MP accused of Grenfell fire 'conspiracy' over death count
A London MP has been accused of "fuelling conspiracy theories" after he said he had "sympathy" with the suggestion the authorities were covering up the true number of dead within Grenfell Tower in order to prevent civil unrest.
Northern Ireland's devolution deadline nears
Time is running out for Northern Ireland's political parties to reach agreement on the restoration of devolved government at Stormont.
Man walks away after being hit by double decker bus in Reading
A man had a miraculous escape after being run over by a double decker bus - with CCTV cameras capturing him getting straight up and walking to the pub.
Terminally ill baby Charlie Gard's parents 'upset' by European court decision
The European Court of Human Rights has rejected a plea from the parents of a terminally ill British baby to intervene in the case.
Woman spared jail after helping refugee lover get to the UK
A former Front National supporter has been spared punishment after helping her lover, an Iranian refugee, cross into Britain.
Hillsborough families to hear charges decision from CPS
The Crown Prosecution Service is to announce whether individuals and organisations will face criminal charges over the Hillsborough disaster.
Beach-goer 'unnerved' by Camber Sands sea on day five men died
A beach-goer has told an inquest there were no warning signs about dangerous sea conditions on the day five young men drowned on a trip to the south coast.
Police criticised for letting schoolchildren use toy guns on firing range
West Midlands Police has been criticised after it allowed seven and eight-year-old children to use replica guns at a firing range.
New fire panel chair Sir Ken Knight advised against retrofitting sprinklers
The panel appointed to "make all public and private buildings safe as quickly as possible" following the Grenfell Tower fire is to be chaired by a former chief fire and rescue officer who advised against retrospective fitting of sprinklers.