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Met chief urges 'open mind' on historical sex crime probes

Metropolitan Police commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe says officers should not presume sex crime claims are true

Detectives investigating historical sex crimes should not be ordered to believe alleged victims "unconditionally", Britain's top police officer has said.

5:56am Thursday 11 February 2016

Bernard Sainsbury

Bernard Sainsbury Taken from us 11/02/13 Loving you was easy, living without you is so hard. We will love you and miss you always Janet, Mandy and Mark

3:51am Thursday 11 February 2016

Joan Day

DAY Joan Passed away peacefully on 28th January 2016 aged 94 years. Will be sadly missed by all family and friends. Funeral service to be held at Henley Road Cemetery, South Chapel on Friday 26th February at 1.45pm followed by burial. Flowers are…

3:51am Thursday 11 February 2016

Nesta Tidey

TIDEY Nesta (Formerly known as Nesta Collier) Peacefully passed away on 1st February 2016 aged 82 years. A loving mum to Stephen and the late Carol, much loved nan and great nan. Nesta will be sadly missed by all who knew and loved her. Funeral…

3:51am Thursday 11 February 2016

Ellen Bright

Ellen Alice Bright Passed away peacefully on 31st January 2016 aged 95 years at River View Care Home, formerly of Holland Road, Tilehurst. Widow of Bert and loving Mother of Colin and Les, Mother-in-law of Mary and Jane, Gran of Sarah, Lois and Jack.…

3:51am Thursday 11 February 2016

Joan Woodage

Joan Woodage (Claridge) Sadly passed away on 27.1.16 Her funeral will be held on 23.2.16 at 3pm at Easthampstead Park Crematorium. All enquiries to Brian Bentley 01344 772773

3:51am Thursday 11 February 2016

MPs grill Google bosses over UK tax deal

Matt Brittin, pictured, president of Google Europe, Middle East and Africa, is being questioned by MPs

Google's controversial tax deal with HM Revenue and Customs will be thrust back under the spotlight its bosses and tax chiefs are grilled by MPs.

3:02am Thursday 11 February 2016

Doctors face forced contract as pay talks reach 'end of the road'

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt could now impose a contract on doctors

Jeremy Hunt could impose a new contract on junior doctors after union leaders failed to back the Government's "best and final" offer.

2:21am Thursday 11 February 2016

Adele's surprise gig in Los Angeles has already sold out and fans are heartbroken

Adele's surprise gig in Los Angeles has already sold out and fans are heartbroken

Adele is due to perform at the Grammys on February 15 despite not being nominated for the ceremony, known as the Oscars of the music world.

1:41am Thursday 11 February 2016

New IS video shows 'British boy blowing up prisoners'

A new video purportedly shows a young British boy blowing up a car and killing three prisoners inside.

Islamic State (IS) has released a new video purportedly showing a young British boy blowing up a car and killing three prisoners inside.

1:38am Thursday 11 February 2016
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