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Sir Philip Green accused of 'grabbing women's breasts and bottoms', says Labour peer
Hundreds of grievance cases were raised against Sir Philip Green for slapping women's bottoms and grabbing their breasts, a Labour peer has claimed.
Metropolitan Police officer found guilty of raping woman in Antigua
A serving Metropolitan Police officer is facing a lengthy prison term in the Caribbean after he was convicted of raping a woman.
Man arrested after elderly couple found dead in Kensington flat
A man has been arrested on suspicion of murder after an elderly couple were found dead in their west London flat.
Murderer guilty of raping girl, 14, after she proved he was father of her child
A convicted murderer has been found guilty in a historical rape case in south London after his victim recently discovered he was the biological father of her child.
Theresa May expected to confirm departure date as backbench showdown nears
Theresa May is expected to fire the starting gun on a Tory leadership race imminently by confirming her plans to stand down as prime minister.
Sort Brexit and win an election: Five things on the next PM's to-do list
Only three candidates - Boris Johnson, Esther McVey and Rory Stewart - have so far formally declared their intention to stand for the Tory leadership.
Innocent students may have been unfairly removed from UK over exam cheating, report finds
Some international students may have been wrongly accused of cheating in English language tests and, in some cases, unfairly removed from the UK, according to a report.
Bitter Sweet Symphony: Rolling Stones return royalties and rights to Richard Ashcroft after 22-year row
One of the UK music industry's most notable copyright disputes has been resolved with the royalties and rights for Bitter Sweet Symphony being returned to The Verve's Richard Ashcroft.
Climate change should be core part of school curriculum, says Labour
Climate change should be made "a core part of the school curriculum", the Labour Party has said.
£10m UK scheme to help stop Russia attacking democracies
Britain is leading a fightback in Europe against efforts by Russia to attack democracies with fake news and disinformation, Sky News has learnt.