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Bubbly Alice Ruggles manipulated and isolated by obsessive Dhillon

Alice Ruggles was known for her bubbly sense of humour, her smile and an infectious love of life.

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Theresa May vows rapid response to help Nestle workers at risk of losing jobs

Theresa May has pledged a rapid response to try to get hundreds of Nestle workers at risk of redundancy back into work.

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Students at risk from drug and alcohol fuelled 'super-parties'

A new wave of drug fuelled student super-parties held in houses could lead to a "perfect storm" of mass casualties, it has been warned.

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£4.5m in mental health spending cuts to be made across five regions

Five regions of England are cutting spending on mental health, figures suggest.

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Swathes of northern and eastern England wake to dusting of snow

A blast of late winter weather has brought snow flurries to many parts of the North of England and the Midlands.

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Couple not named in family court case to protect two girls

A judge has decided not to name two adults given suspended jail terms for unlawfully contacting two children embroiled in family court litigation.

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Nestle to axe nearly 300 jobs and move Blue Riband production to Poland

Confectionery giant Nestle is planning to cut almost 300 jobs and move production of the Blue Riband chocolate biscuit to Poland, unions said.

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PPG Industries ups the ante in takeover pursuit of Dulux firm AkzoNobel

US chemicals giant PPG Industries has upped the ante in its takeover pursuit of AkzoNobel by sweetening its offer for a second time.

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Will.i.am joins Digital-only bank Atom as strategic board adviser

Digital-only bank Atom has announced The Voice coach Will.i.am has joined the company as its first strategic board advise r.

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Soldier accused of slashing woman's throat offered to take lie detector test

A soldier charged with murdering his ex-girlfriend by slashing her throat from ear to ear offered to take a lie detector test when his account of how she died was challenged in court.

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Probe after human tissue stored at hospital for 'longer than necessary'

An investigation has been launched after human tissue was stored at a hospital for "longer than necessary".

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House buying decisions 'made after just 27 minutes'

House hunters take just 27 minutes on average making their mind up to buy a property, a survey has found.

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Prison Service launches probe over Adam Johnson prison video

The Prison Service is investigating after former England footballer Adam Johnson was filmed laughing in jail while discussing his conviction for sexual activity with a 15-year-old fan.

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Young Frankenstein stage production to star Ross Noble and Lesley Joseph

Comedian Ross Noble and Birds Of A Feather star Lesley Joseph will appear in a new stage production of Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein.

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Soldier accused of cutting former girlfriend's throat admits he was obsessive

A soldier accused of breaking into his ex-girlfriend's flat and cutting her throat from ear to ear has admitted he was obsessive but denied stalking her.

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Extremist prisoners to be moved to 'jails within jails' to tackle radicalisation

Up to 28 extremist prisoners will be placed in separate units in a drive to tackle radicalisation behind bars.

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Carer jailed for stealing elderly dementia patient's £21,000 savings

A carer has been jailed after she robbed a 92-year-old dementia sufferer of her life savings.

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Ex-girlfriend stabbed herself in the neck, murder accused soldier tells court

A soldier accused of murdering his ex-girlfriend told a court she stabbed herself in the neck, as she lunged at him with a carving knife at the same moment he tried to disarm her.

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Murder accused soldier received restraining order for ex-lover

A soldier accused of stalking his ex-girlfriend before slitting her throat from "ear to ear" received a restraining order for a former lover after he spat in her face on the street.

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Scottish children 'most likely to save money in piggy bank'

Children in Scotland are the most likely in Britain to save money in a traditional piggy bank, research has found.

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