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Peter Duncan was "in the wrong place at the wrong time" when he was stabbed outside a branch of Greggs.
Police found about £10,000 of the drugs, which had been supplied by Nathan DeAsha, at a gym.
An attack on a Saudi oil field doesn't necessarily mean prices at the pumps will soar.
Some allergy sufferers say they are "terrified" when dining out and have asked eateries to do more to make them safe.
All stations in Wales will benefit from improvements over the next 15 years.
Gang members enrol in universities and masquerade as students "to have an alibi".
Gang members pretend to be university students to sell drugs in new cities, an expert warns.
Some politicians have been calling for a clean-break Brexit. What does it mean?
The vote on the Queen's Speech will be a test of whether MPs have confidence in the government.
The UK should advance its climate targets by 10 years, says the UK’s former chief scientist.