Police at the scene in Lennard Road, Penge, after a car being chased by police ploughed into a family Car chased by police mows down family leaving woman and boy dead

Police at the scene in Lennard Road, Penge, after a car being chased by police ploughed into a family Three girls remain in hospital after being mown down by a suspected stolen car being chased by police in a crash that left a woman and boy dead. Read Full Story

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Viewers will risk prosecution and a £1,000 fine if they download or watch programmes on iPlayer without a TV licence. BBC closing TV licence loophole for iPlayer catch-up service

Viewers will risk prosecution and a £1,000 fine if they download or watch programmes on iPlayer without a TV licence. Viewers will have to confirm they have a TV licence before they can catch up on shows on BBC iPlayer when a loophole is closed on Thursday. Read Full Story

 

Victims of crime face a postcode lottery over the availability of "restorative" justice schemes that bring them into contact with offenders, a Commons report has found. ‘Postcode lottery’ over schemes that help victims and offenders make contact

Victims of crime face a postcode lottery over the availability of "restorative" justice schemes that bring them into contact with offenders, a Commons report has found. Victims of crime face a postcode lottery over the availability of "restorative" justice schemes that bring them into contact with offenders, a Commons report has found. Read Full Story

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At the end of March 2016, there were still 542 patients waiting for a transplant in Scotland New figures show 415 patients benefited from organ donations

At the end of March 2016, there were still 542 patients waiting for a transplant in Scotland More than 400 patients benefited from organ donations last year but 36 people died while on waiting lists for life-saving transplants, figures show. Read Full Story

 

Hinkley is also expected to be discussed at the G20 summit in China at the weekend (Artist's impression/PA) EDF staff representatives take legal action in Paris over Hinkley Point decision

Hinkley is also expected to be discussed at the G20 summit in China at the weekend (Artist's impression/PA) The long-running saga over a planned new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point has taken a fresh twist after French union officials started legal action against a decision by energy giant EDF to go ahead with the project. Read Full Story

 

Doctors have been warned over fake sick notes Fake sick notes warning as software makes it easier to create convincing copy

Doctors have been warned over fake sick notes Legal health experts have issued a warning about fake sick notes after noticing an emergence of replica doctor's letters available to buy online. Read Full Story

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Tom Jackson died after being critically injured as he tried to save a fellow backpacker in Australia (YouCaring/PA) Backpacker’s family hail bravery of fellow Briton who died after bid to save her

Tom Jackson died after being critically injured as he tried to save a fellow backpacker in Australia (YouCaring/PA) The family of a British backpacker killed at an Australian hostel have hailed the bravery of a fellow Briton who died after trying to save her. Read Full Story

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