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The helicopter crash which killed the chairman of Leicester City and four other people was caused by a pin that had come loose in the…
Betting advertisements during live sporting events are set to become largely a thing of the past with the industry poised to approve a voluntary ban.
Forty-one people have had drug-driving convictions quashed after an investigation into alleged data tampering at a lab, the National Police Chiefs' Council said.
Gambling shares have fallen sharply following a report that the industry has agreed to ban so-called "whistle-to-whistle" sports betting TV adverts.
British yachtswoman Susie Goodall must wait until Friday to be rescued after her boat was "destroyed" while she competed in a 30,000-mile round-the-world race.
Fast-track visas for foreign investors spending millions of pounds in the UK will be suspended in a crackdown on money laundering.
02 is investigating with "high priority" after its data services went down, with tens of millions of users potentially affected.
Ted Baker has appointed a law firm to carry out an independent investigation into allegations of "forced hugs" against its boss.
More than 10% of British adults do not think having sex with someone who is either asleep or too drunk to consent constitutes rape, according…
The government says it will draw up new legislation after a review of mental health provision found some of the most vulnerable people in society…

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