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The search includes police, the fire service, Kent Search and Rescue Team and the National Police Air Service

Divers continue search for missing Kent triathlete

Dr Oliver Sacks receiving a CBE from the Queen at Buckingham Palace.

Neurologist and author Oliver Sacks dies from cancer aged 82

David Cameron is seeking support as he looks to renegotiate the UK's position in Europe

Cameron heads to Spain and Portugal over EU renegotiations

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Singer Chrissie Hynde has been slammed over her comments about rape victims

Chrissie Hynde criticised for comments about rape victims

General Lord Richards of Herstmonceux made a scathing analysis of the Prime Minister's approach

David Cameron 'lacked balls' over Syria action says former defence chief

A dancer during the Notting Hill Carnival 2015 parade, in west London.

Notting Hill Carnival revellers enjoy dry start to festivities

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney expects UK interest rates to rise next year

Mark Carney: Chinese problems unlikely to prevent UK interest rate rise

Labour leadership contender Jeremy Corbyn has been criticised by Tony Blair

Tony Blair warns against 'Alice in Wonderland' appeal of Jeremy Corbyn

Home Secretary Theresa May met her German and French counterparts to discuss the EU migrant crisis

Urgent steps needed by EU to tackle migration, says Theresa May

A woman lays flowers during a candlelit vigil on the Adur Ferry Bridge in Shoreham, Sussex, in memory of the victims of the Shoreham Airshow crash

Shoreham air crash road partially reopened

The Home Secretary said the principle of free movement within the EU has allowed jobless citizens to move countries

Only EU migrants with a job should come to UK says Theresa May

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The scene following a suspected hit-and-run death after a member of the public found the body of the young man in the Clifton area of Bristol.

Two arrests after suspected hit-and-run incident

The People and Power study was based on an online survey of 2,147 UK adults

Most voters 'want wholly-elected House of Lords'

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning

Heavy rains looks set to dampen bank holiday spirits

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The auction includes bronze medals commemorating Princess Charlotte's death, inscribed with the words "Great Britain mourns. Her Princes weep!"

19th century Princess Charlotte memorabilia goes on sale

10 people died when a police helicopter crashed on to the roof of the Glasgow pub in November 2013

Clutha families need assurance on report publication, Sturgeon tells McLoughlin

As part of the renewed appeal Cheshire police have issued an image of how Steven might look now - aged 30

Brother of missing Crete Briton 'sure he's alive' after 10 years

Ed Sheeran has six nominations

Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift do battle at MTV Video Music Awards

Simon Cowell appeared to be moved by one of the hopefuls on The X Factor

X Factor supremo Simon Cowell moved by singer's audition

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UUP leader Mike Nesbitt proposed the exit in response to a police assessment that structures of the Provisional IRA remain in place

UUP votes to withdraw from government over Provisional IRA claims

The exhibition is the result of the examination of coroners' reports on deaths on the home front in Lancaster and Morecambe during the First World War

New exhibition based on coroners' reports reveals untold tragedies of WWI

Nicola Sturgeon said the programme will build on progress in public services, the economy and making Scotland fairer

Scottish Government to unveil final programme before 2016 election

Graeme Pearson said plans to shut two police call centres should be suspended

Scottish Labour hits out at plans to close two police call centres

General Lord Richards of Herstmonceux made a scathing analysis of the Prime Minister's approach

David Cameron 'lacked balls' over Syria action says former defence chief

A bus which crashed into a tree near Manor Park station in Newham, London

12 injured as bus hits tree in London

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The Notting Hill Carnival is known for its colourful parade

Notting Hill Carnival crowds warned to be ready for rainy festival

Theresa May was among ministers from nine countries who gathered in Paris to formulate a co-ordinated response to the threat of an atrocity on Europe's rail networks

ID checks and baggage searches on European rail routes to be increased

David Davis said the cost to the public of the Iraq war inquiry was 'ridiculous'

MP David Davis wants legal support curb in Iraq war inquiry

Tobias Ellwood has voiced concern about the legal cases in Egypt

Peter Greste: PM meeting with Egyptian leader 'completely inappropriate'

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 BEST QUALITY AVAILABLEHandout still dated 25/08/15 taken from CCTV issued by the Metropolitan Police of Zahera Tariq, 33, with her children Muhammad, 12, Amaar, 11, Safiyyah, nine and Aadid, four, at London City Airport. The missing mother and her four c

Missing mother and four children 'feared travelling to Syria'

Jeremy Hunt has been warned about the delays involved in getting a diagnosis of autism

National Autistic Society gives warning on diagnosis waits

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Dolton Powell who was killed during an incident at a party at a community centre

Sisters of stabbed Gloucester shop worker appeal for information

Police investigating missing persons cases should not rule out the help of psychics, guidance states

Help of psychics should be evaluated in missing people cases: Police guidance

Robin Hanbury-Tenison failed in his bid to become the oldest person to water-ski across the English Channel

Robin Hanbury-Tenison forced to abandon English Channel water-ski bid

Julian Assange was granted political asylum by the government of Ecuador under the 1951 Refugee Convention in 2012

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange fears assassination attempt

Sir Keir Starmer said the law needs to be changed

Change law on assisted dying urges Sir Keir Starmer

First Great Western services will be hit by strike action

Bank holiday travellers hit by rail and road delays

Customers of HSBC did not receive payments into their accounts because of problems with the Bacs system

HSBC: All payments hit by IT glitch now processed

Rescue service observing a minute's silence to remember those who lost their lives in the Shoreham Air crash.

Shoreham air crash: Memorial events held to remember victims

Labour leadership contender Jeremy Corbyn has been criticised by Tony Blair

Tony Blair warns against 'Alice in Wonderland' appeal of Jeremy Corbyn

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Rebekah Brooks will reportedly return to News Corp as chief executive of the UK division

Hacked Off criticises Rebekah Brooks' 'News International return'

32.9% of exam entries from fee-paying schools were awarded an A* grade this year, data from the Independent Schools Council shows

GCSEs 2015: Third of private school entries awarded top grade

New data suggests women earn more than men in their 20s, but the roles are reversed thereafter

Women 'earn £1,111 more than men' in their 20s

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Steven Moffat has previously hit out at the Government's plans for the BBC

Doctor Who and Sherlock writer Moffat backs 'madly varied' BBC

The Foreign Office has raised concerns about Spanish incursions into UK waters off Gibraltar

UK concerns raised after Spanish customs vessel fires live rounds off Gibraltar

There is no escaping a hangover if you drink too much, say scientists

How do you avoid a hangover? Drink less alcohol

The Metropolitan Police has handed a "full file" of evidence to prosecutors relating to hacking at the News of the World

Murdoch company executives could face corporate charges over phone hacking

Scientists believe the "tissue-Velcro" system could be used to repair and re-build damaged heart muscle

Heart muscle repair role envisioned for living 'tissue-Velcro'

The migrants crisis has been described as "the worst since the Second World War"

Unaccompanied child asylum seekers level rises 46%

Australian pilot Paul Royle who took part in the mass breakout from a German prisoner of war camp during the Second World War that is remembered as the Great Escape (Gordon Royle via AP)

Briton now last survivor of wartime Great Escape after Aussie veteran dies

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