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Updated: 9 hours 19 min ago
Tax experts warn people could be hit by higher fines over the late warnings.
Mark Acklom is accused of conning a woman out of her £850,000 life savings.
Campaigners are calling for help to remove the dumped mining pipes, cables and machinery.
The Department of Work and Pensions is ordered to apologise and pay £10,000 compensation.
The Gateway Express helps residents experience a rail journey from the comfort of their home.
The men are accused of criminal damage with intent to endanger life over the damage to the cables.
Gorse and bracken fires have a "detrimental" impact on wildlife and the environment, fire officers say.
A man is arrested after two people in their 70s were killed in the crash in Eltham.
Malin Andersson admits that being a social influencer comes with a darker side.
Wiltshire Police said it is "keeping an open mind" about its investigation.
Two women who work as strippers say they are "not exploited" in a club licensing row.
The £15m cost of removing foul-smelling "rags" of sewer-blocking wet wipes in the East of England.
How might Brexit affect identity in NI, where citizens are entitled to be British, Irish or both?