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South Carolina father who murdered his five children cries in court 12 Jun 9:18pm South Carolina father who murdered his five children cries in court
The same jury that convicted Timothy Jones Jr. of killing his five children in their South Carolina home in 2014 will deliberate on Thursday on whether he should be given the death penalty.
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Help to Buy scheme was abused by thousands of people who did not need a subsidy to get on the ladder 12 Jun 9:04pm Help to Buy scheme was abused by thousands of people who did not need a subsidy to get on the ladder
Nearly two-thirds of those who bought houses using Help to Buy could have afforded to do so without the scheme, and one in every 25 - nearly 9,000 buyers - earned a salary of more than £100,000.
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Love Island viewers urge bosses to reveal why Sherif was axed 12 Jun 8:43pm Updated Love Island viewers urge bosses to reveal why Sherif was axed
Love Island announced that Sherif Lanre has been axed from the show on Tuesday, after just nine days and he was completely edited out of that evening's episode.
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Actor and explorer Michael Palin receives his knighthood 12 Jun 7:15pm Updated Actor and explorer Michael Palin receives his knighthood
Sir Michael, 76, was awarded the gong at Buckingham Palace for services to travel, culture and geography following his successful second career as a travel writer and television presenter.
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Prince Andrew hails the power of women in industry  12 Jun 4:21pm Updated Prince Andrew hails the power of women in industry 
Sharon Pursey, 51, who has developed software that parents can install on their children's mobile phones to stop them 'sexting', has been praised by the Duke of York.
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Ex-nurse jailed after posing as a man to con women into sending naked photos faces prison again 12 Jun 2:23pm Updated Ex-nurse jailed after posing as a man to con women into sending naked photos faces prison again
Adele Rennie (pictured) from Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, conned her victims during an 18-day period just three months after getting out of prison for an identical scam directed at other women.
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Remainer MPs stage crunch vote TODAY to block No Deal Brexit  12 Jun 1:45pm Updated Remainer MPs stage crunch vote TODAY to block No Deal Brexit 
A cross-party motion designed to seize control of the Brexit process from the government was defeated by 309 to 298 tonight.
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Woman screams racist abuse at Uber driver in Manchester 12 Jun 12:44pm Updated Woman screams racist abuse at Uber driver in Manchester
The young woman yelled the expletive-filled abuse at the male driver before making a lunge towards him during the shocking incident in Manchester's Gay Village.
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Mother-of-two reveals horrific injuries she suffered when she was hit about the head with a crutch 12 Jun 12:41pm Updated Mother-of-two reveals horrific injuries she suffered when she was hit about the head with a crutch
Lauren Stockman, mother of two, has shared horrifying images of her injuries from when she was struck on the head by 58-year-old James Smith in Fernhurst pub, Blackburn, Lancashire.
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James Bond director Sam Mendes talks Kingsman actor Mark Strong through a scene on set of 1917 12 Jun 12:26pm Updated James Bond director Sam Mendes talks Kingsman actor Mark Strong through a scene on set of 1917
James Bond director Sam Mendes was back on the set of his latest project - World War I epic 1917 - on Wednesday, this time with one of the film's stars, Mark Strong.
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Britain faces food poisoning outbreaks and a repeat of the horsemeat scandal 12 Jun 12:23pm Britain faces food poisoning outbreaks and a repeat of the horsemeat scandal
It has been claimed that Britain faces a repeat of the horsemeat scandal and more fatal food poisoning outbreaks following a collapse in the number of standards checks.
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London stabbing: A&E worker stabbed at Newham University Hospital 12 Jun 11:58am Updated London stabbing: A&E worker stabbed at Newham University Hospital
The victim was knifed at Newham University Hospital (pictured) in Plaistow, east London, this morning in what the NHS trust described as a 'shocking and senseless' attack.
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Police hunt rapist who dragged an 11-year-old schoolgirl into woods 12 Jun 11:42am Police hunt rapist who dragged an 11-year-old schoolgirl into woods
The youngster was attacked on a footpath (pictured) in Holmer Green, Buckinghamshire at midday on Saturday, after a teenager was assaulted in Camberley, Surrey at around 1am.
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Two Pints Of Lager And A Packet of Crisps is set for a comeback 12 Jun 11:40am Two Pints Of Lager And A Packet of Crisps is set for a comeback
Two Pints Of Lager And A Packet of Crisps is set for a comeback with a one-off special, according to Will Mellor, who played Gaz Wilkinson.
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Boris Johnson unveils Tory bid warning party will die unless Brexit happens 12 Jun 11:27am Updated Boris Johnson unveils Tory bid warning party will die unless Brexit happens
At an event in Westminster packed with his MP backers - and his girlfriend Carrie Symonds - Boris Johnson gave an impassioned account of why he should be the next PM.
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Hero British diver who saved Thai youth football team is made MBE 12 Jun 10:53am Hero British diver who saved Thai youth football team is made MBE
Vernon Unsworth, 64, of Walthamstow, North East London, was among the team who helped save the 12 boys who became trapped inside the Tham Luang cave network by a flash flood last June.
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Former Southampton youth coach Bob Higgins is jailed for 24 years 12 Jun 10:38am Former Southampton youth coach Bob Higgins is jailed for 24 years
Bob Higgins (pictured) was found guilty of 45 counts of indecent assault, carried out on trainees at Southampton FC and Peterborough United, between 1971 and 1996.
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Mother claims BA lounge staff refused her daughter a high chair 12 Jun 10:20am Updated Mother claims BA lounge staff refused her daughter a high chair
Jemma King (pictured) says she was left in tears after employees at Edinburgh Airport refused to offer her adequate seating for her 11 month child saying it was against company policy.
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Corbynista Labour candidate crowdfunds £2,000 towards her rent and food bills 12 Jun 9:26am Corbynista Labour candidate crowdfunds £2,000 towards her rent and food bills
Corrie Drew - the Parliamentary candidate for Bournemouth East - has set up two Just Giving pages to raise funds from supporters. Almost 100 people have given her more than £2,000.
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WWII PoW, 99, blasts BBC for axing free TV licences for 3.7m over-75s 12 Jun 8:44am Updated WWII PoW, 99, blasts BBC for axing free TV licences for 3.7m over-75s
Victor Gregg, 99, accused the broadcaster of 'robbing the piggy banks' of the generation who saved the world from Nazi Germany.
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Teenage boy fights for life after falling 55ft from roof of multi-storey car park in Portsmouth 12 Jun 8:33am Updated Teenage boy fights for life after falling 55ft from roof of multi-storey car park in Portsmouth
Emergency services were sent to the Crasswell Street car park (pictured) in Portsmouth city centre at around 8.10am today following reports a young boy had fallen.
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Tesco sells loose fruit for nearly twice the amount of plastic-wrapped alternative 12 Jun 7:18am Updated Tesco sells loose fruit for nearly twice the amount of plastic-wrapped alternative
EXCLUSIVE: Becky Wain, 38, who photographed the price differences at a store in Litherland, Merseyside, said she was 'upset' that Tesco were penalising shoppers wanting to cut down on plastic use.
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Boy is airlifted to hospital after falling from the roof of a multi-storey car park 12 Jun 7:11am Updated Boy is airlifted to hospital after falling from the roof of a multi-storey car park
Emergency services were sent to the Crasswell Street car park in Portsmouth city centre at around 8.10am today following reports a young boy had fallen.
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Boris Johnson would win a 140-SEAT majority at a general election 12 Jun 7:02am Updated Boris Johnson would win a 140-SEAT majority at a general election
Mr Johnson is the only person among the ten Conservative leadership candidates to be able to thrash Jeremy Corbyn and kill off Nigel Farage's Brexit Party, a survey of 2,000 voters says.
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Boris Johnson would win a 140-SEAT majority at a general election, poll claims 12 Jun 5:57am Boris Johnson would win a 140-SEAT majority at a general election, poll claims
Mr Johnson is the only person among the ten Conservative leadership candidates to be able to thrash Jeremy Corbyn and kill off Nigel Farage's Brexit Party, a survey of 2,000 voters says.
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Tesco sells loose fruit for nearly twice the amount of plastic-free alternative 12 Jun 5:28am Tesco sells loose fruit for nearly twice the amount of plastic-free alternative
EXCLUSIVE: Becky Wain, 38, who photographed the price differences at a store in Litherland, Merseyside, said she was 'upset' that Tesco were penalising shoppers wanting to cut down on plastic use.
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People living in the South East have the highest average credit rating 12 Jun 5:15am People living in the South East have the highest average credit rating
Britons' credit scores have improved on average across the country, but no region can boast more than just a 'fair' rating, a new report has revealed.
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Newborn baby almost dies after contracting herpes in his eye 12 Jun 5:00am Newborn baby almost dies after contracting herpes in his eye
Noah Tindle, from Barnsley, South Yorkshire, was just four weeks old when he was diagnosed with HSV-1 - known as the 'kiss of death' in infants.
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Pictured: Enormous cash haul piled up by cocaine gang in sleepy Tunbridge Wells 12 Jun 4:06am Pictured: Enormous cash haul piled up by cocaine gang in sleepy Tunbridge Wells
The London-based gang, which provided drugs to resident in Tunbridge Wells was led by Nelson Aliaj. (The gang's cash haul, pictured.)
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British Airways cabin crew threaten mass walkout affecting all flights from Gatwick Airport  12 Jun 4:03am Updated British Airways cabin crew threaten mass walkout affecting all flights from Gatwick Airport 
British Airways cabin crew are threatening to stage a mass walkout that could disrupt all flights from Gatwick Airport as Unite the union call for fair work conditions and better pay for BA employees.
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Watch Michael Gove compare Prince Charles to HITLER and joke about Diana attempting suicide 12 Jun 3:28am Watch Michael Gove compare Prince Charles to HITLER and joke about Diana attempting suicide
Michael Gove hosted a late-night satirical comedy in 1992. The short-lived show billed itself as  'opinionated, vitriolic and poisonous'. On the first night Gove compared Prince Charles to Hitler.
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Susanna Reid fights back the tears as elderly woman weeps over BBC scrapping free licence 12 Jun 3:20am Updated Susanna Reid fights back the tears as elderly woman weeps over BBC scrapping free licence
This is the heart-breaking moment Susanna Reid broke down as a weeping elderly woman begged her and Good Morning Britain co-host Piers Morgan to stop the BBC snatching away her entertainment.
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Battle to stop Boris: Remainer MPs launch cross-party plot to scupper a no-deal Brexit 12 Jun 2:49am Updated Battle to stop Boris: Remainer MPs launch cross-party plot to scupper a no-deal Brexit
Boris Johnson will formally set out his stall for the leadership of his party today as MPs table a motion to take control of Parliament and potentially pass legislation taking No Deal off the table.
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Furious pensioners call on licence fee payers to boycott BBC 12 Jun 2:12am Updated Furious pensioners call on licence fee payers to boycott BBC
As hashtags like '#axethetax' spread on Twitter, Age UK petition 'save free TV for older people' racked up more than 240,000 signatures.
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