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Loughborough Junction: Three killed by train in south London

Spray cans were found by the bodies on the tracks near Loughborough Junction, it is understood.

Gateshead 'try before you buy' sex doll firm fined

Lovedoll UK was visited by inspectors following complaints it was running a "sex doll brothel".

World Cup 2018: Is Paul Dubberley England's biggest fan?

Paul Dubberley has been travelling the globe to watch the national team since the 1986 Mexico finals.

Mum and son, 5, found dead at cliffs

The bodies found at Beachy Head are believed to be a 42-year-old woman and her son from Maidstone.

Slavery offence landlord Hargit Bariana jailed

The 46-year-old forced homeless people to work, often in grim conditions, without pay.

Dog killed as two are thrown on to M25 in Hertfordshire

The RSPCA says one of the animals was hit by traffic multiple times but a second escaped unharmed.

Terror suspect 'said Queen was enemy'

Mohiussunnath Chowdhury is alleged to have been found with a sword near Buckingham Palace last August.

Upskirting row: 'Knicker bunting' strung up at Sir Christopher Chope's offices

Lorna Rees led the pant protest by putting knickers up outside Sir Christopher's constituency office.

Mother of three killed in Birmingham hit-and-run crash

Noreen Akhtar, 38, died after being struck by a vehicle on Saturday night in Birmingham.

Josh Hanson murder: Police probe Shane O'Brien 'sightings'

Shane O'Brien fled the country after the murder of Josh Hanson in 2015, police say.

Raheem Wilks gun murder: Planner still hunted

The gun used to shoot dead Raheem Wilks at a barber's shop in Leeds is also missing, police admit.

Jewish headstones smashed in 'hate' attack

Dozens of headstones were pushed over and smashed, causing about £100,000 of damage.

Lakes Line rail services return despite Northern suspension

West Coast Railways will temporarily run services after Northern axed its trains in a timetable row.

Sheffield man died after being hit by police car on pedestrian crossing

A coroner's inquest hears the police car that hit 73-year-old Leslie Bingham "came out of nowhere".

Middlesbrough site search after Donna Keogh 1998 murder

Donna Keogh, aged 17, was last seen in Middlesbrough and her body has never been found.

North West Ambulance Service paramedics strike in pay row

GMB says staff were "reluctantly" striking due to the "pig-headed attitude of top brass".

Nuclear test veteran wants government apology over blasts

John Ward says his cancer was caused by his time on Christmas Island during the nuclear tests in 1957.

Wales pick keeper, 77, for over-60s hockey world cup squad

Glyn Thomas will play as goalkeeper for Wales in the Grand Masters Hockey World Cup, in Spain.

'Horse hit' as Windsor Triathlon cyclists passes

A horse was hit and its rider was hurt as cyclists raced past them during a triathlon in Windsor.

Hastings attack prompts calls for tougher sheep worrying laws

Farmers are calling for tougher laws after seven sheep were killed in a dog attack in Sussex.

Ascot 2018: Britain's top female flat horse racing trainer

Eve Johnson Houghton has three horses running at this year's Ascot.

'I'm a head teacher and champion weightlifter'

Paula Phillips took up the sport about 18 months ago.

Henry Normal launches National Poetry Day

Could your story of change inspire a poem for National Poetry Day?

Football tournament held inside Gloucester Cathedral

It is hoped the World Cup-linked scheme will show children "the Church is relevant".

Isle of Man TT: Over 1,000 pay tribute to dead star

Former Irish Superbike champion Dan Kneen was killed in a Mountain Course crash.

'Very smelly' cat stuck in Clacton car engine grille

The hungry and whiffy moggy could have been stuck for two days before it was spotted, rescuers say.

Notts County: Plaque for 'hugely significant' meeting

The ceremony was at the hotel where the club was put on a professional footing for the first time.

Thick skin?

Newsbeat speaks to three England legends about how social media can help make or break a tournament for a player.

Sex, lies and payday loans

How Emile Cilliers' lifetime of cheating and lies led to his eventual unveiling as a would-be murderer.

England's Big Picture: 18 - 24 June

Showcasing the best images sent to us from around England.

Capital records quiz

Test your knowledge of records whose covers feature locations in the capital.

Viking slayer

Aethelflaed, a warrior ruler almost lost to history, is being celebrated on the 1,100th anniversary of her death.

Parking on pavements

Legislation in Scotland could see pavement parking banned, reigniting the debate about the rest of the UK.

Fan's pride

Lee tells Newsbeat why he wants to represent LGBT England fans in Russia this summer.

Boxing dream

Lewis Ritson dreams of boxing at St James' Park but with his father acting as his trainer, all eyes are on the British title.

World Cup 2018: England are in a difficult group, says Gareth Southgate

England are facing one of the World Cup's toughest groups as they begin their campaign against Tunisia, manager Gareth Southgate says.

Ben Stokes & Chris Woakes: England all-rounders set to miss Australia ODIs

England all-rounders Ben Stokes and Chris Woakes are set to miss the remaining three one-day internationals against Australia.

Quiz: Test your England knowledge

How much do you know about England's World Cup squad?

World Cup 2018: Burnley barber to trim England footballers' hair

The Lancashire stylist will fly out to Russia and join the players in their team hotel.

Taste test: Russian pie v English pie

A soggy pie and a pint may be common in England, but what happens in Russia at half-time?

World Cup winner Sir Alf Ramsey's England job letter fetches £3,400

The letter offers the future World Cup-winner a £4,500 annual salary, rising to a maximum of £5,000.

World Cup 2018: Your England team to face Tunisia

Who should start for England in their World Cup opener against Tunisia? See who you have selected and pick your 11.

What would happen if England won the cup

BBC Sport imagines what would happen if England actually went all the way and won the 2018 World Cup in Russia.



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