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November 15, 2017
Police chief tells climate activists: Protest lawfully or go home

Police chief tells climate activists: Protest lawfully or go home

Metropolitan Police Commissioner Cressida Dick has condemned the "miserable disruption" inflicted on Londoners by Extinction Rebellion - telling demonstrators to protest lawfully or go home.

Lyra McKee: Police concern over 'new breed of terrorists'

Lyra McKee: Police concern over 'new breed of terrorists'

A senior police officer has expressed his concern at "a new breed of terrorists coming through the ranks" following the murder of journalist Lyra McKee.

'Brave' reporter covered her struggle of growing up gay in Belfast

'Brave' reporter covered her struggle of growing up gay in Belfast

Lyra McKee has been described as a journalist of courage, style and integrity - traits that saw her take to the streets on Thursday night to witness the unrest in Londonderry.

Homeowner 'duped' as 200 attend 'out of hand' party in Manchester

Homeowner 'duped' as 200 attend 'out of hand' party in Manchester

Police officers were attacked by revellers after a house party "got out of hand" in Manchester.

Hottest day of the year so far as UK enjoys eggcellent Easter sun

Hottest day of the year so far as UK enjoys eggcellent Easter sun

The Met Office has confirmed that today is the warmest day of the year so far - with temperatures reaching 25.5C (78F) in Hampshire.

Sister promises to be at river every day searching for missing brother

Sister promises to be at river every day searching for missing brother

A search is taking place for a man thought to have gone missing in the River Tyne in Newcastle.

Rapist witnessed by boyfriend on FaceTime call

Rapist witnessed by boyfriend on FaceTime call

A rapist has been jailed after being pictured in a screenshot by the victim's boyfriend, who witnessed the start of the horrifying attack in a FaceTime call.

Julian Assange put through 'hell' at embassy, says diplomat

Julian Assange put through 'hell' at embassy, says diplomat

Julian Assange was always respectful but went through "hell" in the Ecuadorian embassy as officials tried to "break him down", according to a former senior diplomat.

Girl, 15, in critical condition after being stabbed in neck

Girl, 15, in critical condition after being stabbed in neck

A 15-year-old girl is in a critical condition in hospital after being stabbed in the neck in County Armagh, police have said.

NHS hack hero pleads guilty to cyber crime charges in US

NHS hack hero pleads guilty to cyber crime charges in US

The British hacker who helped stop the ransomware attack on the NHS has pleaded guilty to criminal charges in the US, according to court documents.