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Islamist hate preacher Anjem Choudary released from prison
Hate preacher Anjem Choudary has been released from prison half way through his sentence.
Police warning over 'black panther' sighting in Scotland
Police have issued a safety warning after receiving a report of what is believed to be a black panther on the loose in Scotland.
Father who regularly confronted drug dealers killed in mass brawl on estate
A parent who died after a mass brawl often confronted drug dealers on his estate, his father has said.
'Gay cake' row bakery closes branch after Belfast fire
A branch of a baking company cleared of discrimination after they refused to make a cake promoting gay marriage has closed down.
FA condemns social media abuse of Chelsea and England midfielder Karen Carney
The FA has called on the police and social media firms to do more to tackle online abuse after England and Chelsea midfielder Karen Carney was subjected to rape and death threats.
Briton facing jail over 'Scouser' graffiti on ancient Thailand wall
A British man is facing up to 10 years in prison after being charged with spraying graffiti on an ancient wall in Thailand.
Judi Dench to join Idris Elba, Taylor Swift and James Corden in new Cats film
Dame Judi Dench has become the latest star confirmed for the new film adaptation of Cats.
Recycling options dwindle for councils hit by China ban
A number of councils are re-thinking their recycling policies as dealing with unwanted plastic becomes more difficult.
Hammond given budget boost as borrowing falls to lowest level in 11 years
Chancellor Philip Hammond has been given a boost in the run up to the budget with borrowing last month falling to its lowest level in more than a decade.
Universal credit brings 'administrative chaos'
Mother of three Kelly Redmond spent four months as a victim of the "administrative chaos" surrounding the implementation of universal credit.