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Police officer assigned to helicopter duty 'kept swinging and voyeurism secret'

A former police officer who has admitted misusing a police helicopter to film people sunbathing naked and having sex kept his "swinging and voyeurism" secret, a colleague has told a court.

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Driver avoids injury after boulder thrown at speeding train

A train driver has narrowly missed serious injury after a concrete boulder was thrown at the train he was driving near Doncaster.

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'Depraved individual' guilty of nine counts of rape jailed for 17 years

A rapist who acted out his vile fantasies on a student he met through a dating app has been described as a "truly depraved individual" and a "dangerous, perverted monster" by police after he was jailed for 17 years.

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Officer in helicopter sex film case 'was honoured after notorious incident'

A police officer accused of misusing his force's helicopter when it was used to film people sunbathing naked and having sex was honoured for helping save the lives of two boys who were attacked in a "notorious" incident, a jury has heard.

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Average UK home 'has added £3,039 in value since start of year'

The average home across Britain has added just over £3,000 to its value since the start of the year, according to analysis by a property website.

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Man accused of hospital arson attack charged with manslaughter of patient

A man accused of launching an arson attack on an NHS hospital has been charged with the manslaughter of a elderly patient who died following the fire.

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Inconceivable to suggest cost of HS2 set to spiral, says Chris Grayling

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has said it is "incredible, inconceivable and simply nonsense" to suggest the cost of HS2 is set to spiral.

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16 South Yorkshire homes to be demolished to make way for HS2 route

New homes in South Yorkshire will be demolished after the Government confirmed the route of HS2.

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'Bookseller from hell' is selling up

A shopkeeper dubbed the "Basil Fawlty of books" and whose rudeness sparked more than 20 complaints has announced he is selling up.

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Humber Bridge and poet Philip Larkin's home in Hull to receive listed status

The Humber Bridge and the home of poet Philip Larkin are to get listed status as the built heritage of Hull is recognised during its year as UK City of Culture.

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Route of Manchester and Leeds arms of HS2 scheme to be unveiled

The final route of the Manchester and Leeds arms of the HS2 high-speed railway will be announced on Monday.

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Former Irish PM among investors taking High Court action over student flats

Ireland's former prime minister Brian Cowen is one of a number of Irish investors involved in a dispute with an English law firm which advised them when they bought student flats in Leeds.

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Residents return to flats after alert over substances

Residents evacuated from their flats after police discovered suspected hazardous material have been allowed home after the substances concerned were found to be safe.

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Drink-drivers who kill on private land could face tougher punishment

Drink-drivers who kill on private land face the prospect of harsher sentences after a transport minister pledged to consider a law change.

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MPs pay tribute to officers who apprehended Jo Cox's killer

MPs have paid tribute to the police officers who apprehended the killer of Jo Cox after they paid a visit to Parliament.

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Andrea Leadsom hits out at 'revolving door' culture amid ex-NHS chief concerns

Cabinet minister Andrea Leadsom has criticised the "revolving door" culture which sees failing bosses moving on to new jobs, amid concerns over a former NHS chief executive.

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Minister: 35% of steel needed for Navy's new frigates to be sourced from Britain

Some 35% of the steel used to build the Navy's new fleet of eight frigates will be sourced from Britain, a Defence Minister has said.

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Councils see drivers as wallets on wheels, says the AA

Drivers are being viewed as "wallets on wheels" as t hree-out-of-five English councils cut their highways budgets despite increases in parking revenue, a study has warned.

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Some smaller ports not visited by Border Force for over a year, report shows

Nearly half of small unmanned sea ports on Britain's east coast were not visited at all by Border Force for more than a year during the height of the international migration crisis, an inspection report reveals.

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Ruling on evidence at inquest into stabbed teacher's death unlawful, court hears

It was unlawful for a coroner not to call evidence from pupils who had contact with the schoolboy killer of teacher Ann Maguire immediately before the murder, the High Court has heard.

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