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The man is questioned over claims he racially abused a waitress at a force's Christmas party.
Nick Bachelor, who has 41 spent convictions, explains why he went on the run for a TV reality show.
The royal was shaken after being freed from his Land Rover, an eyewitness to Thursday's crash says.
A witness to the Duke of Edinburgh's car crash describes how he stopped to help.
Retail sales fell last month after consumers brought forward their Christmas shopping to November.
Leading politicians, business and sports people write of their love for post-work pints and panto.
The Postings mall in Kirkcaldy is being sold after it failed to attract enough tenants.
The Wylfa Newydd nuclear power project was costing £1m a day before it was halted, Hitachi says.
Season's Greetings will remain in Port Talbot for "two to three years" as it is bought by a gallery.
Patients in England are struggling to get hold of drugs such as painkillers and anti-depressants.
Officers say the "unusual" call which led to the missing pair is "one to tell the grandkids".
Doctors say Carter Cookson, who is on life support, needs an organ transplant as soon as possible.
Prince Philip's "shock" after he emerges unhurt from a car crash in Norfolk dominates the papers.
The government may block the Speaker from getting a peerage when he retires, a source suggests.
"We can have an awesome physique, without harming animals," bodybuilder Paul Kerton says.
Half a million people chose a grey car in 2018 making it the most popular colour for the first time.
Theresa May is reaching out to other parties to get backing for a deal with the EU - but she still has to convince her own side.
DIY SOS team help football fan Simon Dobbin after assault left him with life-changing injuries.
The Duke of Edinburgh was helped from his Range Rover on a road near the Queen's Sandringham estate.
David Gaut was stabbed to death after serving a 32-year prison sentence for killing a 15-month-old.