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Jay Sewell was attacked by a group of nine people armed with knives, hammers and an axe, a court hears.
Peter Robinson refused to answer questions in the trial of his brother, who is charged with murdering a prison officer.
The 81-year-old is "over the worst" and "talking", former Home Secretary Alan Johnson says.
Only 160,000 people will decide if Boris Johnson or Jeremy Hunt becomes PM.
The pop star met the pair after a video of them singing her song Dancing to their dying mum went viral.
The chain is introducing paper bags in 53 of its 2,485 stores - but not in its central pharmacy.
The former Oasis star shares his views on crime and politicians' drugs admissions.
Jeremy Hunt said he was "not interested" in Boris Johnson's private life, but challenged him to a TV debate.
The £2m Woodland Trust project is part of the Plant! scheme and aims to prevent flooding.
Ford announced it will close its Bridgend engine plant in autumn 2020, with the loss of 1,700 jobs.
Families living in 35 homes have been having problems with their water supply since last summer.
Land owners say any future policy change on Scotland's mountain hares should not be influenced by activism.
More trains are running on time and fewer services are being cancelled, ScotRail claims.
Poverty campaigners write to the first minister urging her to bring in a new benefit to tackle child poverty sooner.
The singer discusses how she's perceived by the public and her role as a coach on The Voice Kids.
Roger Harrabin looks at how manure could help to deal with CO2.
Algorithms are increasingly used to make decisions about our lives. Could they help the police reduce crime, asks David Edmonds.
West Midlands Police will spend £7m over the next year tackling rising knife crime in the region.
A resident carries out a safety test in his block which he believes shows the doors are not working.
A care home builds a 'sensory street' for residents - complete with tea room, sweet shop and butcher's.