Mia Ayliffe-Chung was stabbed to death at an Australian hostel (Tommy Martin/PA) Murder suspect ‘may have been obsessed’ with British backpacker

Mia Ayliffe-Chung was stabbed to death at an Australian hostel (Tommy Martin/PA) The alleged killer of a 21-year-old British backpacker in Australia may have been obsessed with her and launched his attack after taking cannabis, police have said. Read Full Story

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, right, welcomes Nigel Farage at a campaign rally in Jackson, Mississippi (AP) Brexit an anti-establishment victory, Nigel Farage tells Trump supporters

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, right, welcomes Nigel Farage at a campaign rally in Jackson, Mississippi (AP) Nigel Farage has said he would not vote for US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton if he was paid, but stopped short of explicitly endorsing her rival Donald Trump. Read Full Story

 

The restaurant L'Enclume in Cartmel, Cumbria, has again been named the top place to eat L’Enclume named top place to eat for fourth year running

The restaurant L'Enclume in Cartmel, Cumbria, has again been named the top place to eat Cumbrian restaurant L'Enclume has been named the best in the UK in an influential guide that also features a motorway services and a bike shop cafe. Read Full Story

 

Greater Manchester Police was found to be under-recording some serious offences Watchdog finds police force ‘failing to record 38,000 reported crimes each year’

Greater Manchester Police was found to be under-recording some serious offences One of the biggest police forces in the country fails to record more than 38,000 reported crimes each year, including a quarter of violent offences. Read Full Story

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This year's GCSE results are expected to be similar to the grades achieved in 2015 Girls’ GCSE grades predicted to be ‘a long way ahead’ of boys

This year's GCSE results are expected to be similar to the grades achieved in 2015 Girls are expected to maintain their dominance over boys across the vast majority of subjects when the annual GCSE results are released on Thursday. Read Full Story

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The first official immigration figures since the Brexit referendum are due to be published 44% of public ‘don’t think ministers can cut net migration to five figures’

The first official immigration figures since the Brexit referendum are due to be published Nearly half of Britons are doubtful about the Government's chances of meeting its controversial immigration target even after leaving the EU, according to a report. Read Full Story

 

Labour MP Keith Vaz said forums, message boards and social media platforms are 'the lifeblood of Daesh' and other terrorist groups for recruitment and financing Google, Facebook and Twitter ‘passing the buck’ over terror threat, say MPs

Labour MP Keith Vaz said forums, message boards and social media platforms are 'the lifeblood of Daesh' and other terrorist groups for recruitment and financing Social media giants are "consciously failing" to tackle the use of their sites to promote terrorism, a Commons report claims. Read Full Story