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Emma-Jayne Magson’s original conviction was overturned with the help of women's justice campaigners.
05 March 2021
The owner of the Ellesmere Port plant says the halt is nothing to do with talks over its future.
05 March 2021
The health secretary said the proposal was "what we think is affordable" after the Covid pandemic.
05 March 2021
Health officials have also traced the contacts of the person, it is understood.
05 March 2021
Merseyside police to ask why Scotland Yard did not refer false accusers for criminal investigation.
05 March 2021
Adventurer Noel Hanna had to abandon a trek last month after five fellow climbers died.
05 March 2021
South Wales Police confirmed they are dealing with an incident at Ynyswen, in the Rhondda.
05 March 2021
Harry and Meghan have given Oprah Winfrey an exclusive interview, which will be shown in the UK on Monday.
05 March 2021
The UK is taking the step to ease movement of plants without the agreement of the EU.
05 March 2021
Kandice Barber groomed the boy through Snapchat, the judge tells her sentencing hearing.
05 March 2021
Anyone travelling overseas from England from Monday will have to prove they are allowed to travel.
05 March 2021
Mason Fitzgerald's profile said he had a US law degree but he did not graduate from the course.
05 March 2021
Alexander Devenney, 42, from Portavogie, County Down, has 209 previous motoring convictions.
05 March 2021
A judge orders the Mail on Sunday to publish a statement about the Duchess of Sussex copyright victory.
05 March 2021
Three men went on a fishing trip off the north Wales coast in January but failed to return to port.
05 March 2021
It is not yet clear how visitors will be required to prove they have received both doses of a jab.
05 March 2021
New Covid-19 variants keep appearing – and their mutations are very different to the comic book kind.
05 March 2021
The ground "fell away" as the man rode across his field, leaving him trapped 60ft below the surface.
05 March 2021
The first minister says it will be the first step out of lockdown, but urges people not to get carried away.
05 March 2021
Being a royal was "different than I think what people imagine it to be", says the Duchess of Sussex.
05 March 2021
Prince Philip, 99, is recuperating after a heart procedure on a pre-existing condition.
05 March 2021
Daryl Gilley says it is comforting childhood sweethearts Chris and Stella are "still together".
05 March 2021
The Duchess of Sussex tells Oprah Winfrey why she decided the time was right to be interviewed.
05 March 2021
R remains below 1, and a survey of community infections suggest around 1-in-230 people has the virus.
05 March 2021
The logistics of vaccinating millions of people across the country, as more than 20 million people receive at least one dose.
05 March 2021
What was Matt Hancock criticised for and how does government procurement work?
05 March 2021
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 26 February and 5 March
05 March 2021
A senior doctor describes his battle with Covid - and says the UK's reaction was too slow.
05 March 2021
Showcasing the best images sent to us from around England.
05 March 2021
The Father puts you in the confused head of a dementia sufferer, played by Sir Anthony Hopkins.
05 March 2021
An ongoing Covid-19 study has shown how the North of England was hit harder than the rest of the country.
05 March 2021
A growing number of clubs big and small are using more technology to help performances on the pitch.
05 March 2021
Where was the help for the environment, social care, renters, and to cover the future costs of Covid?
05 March 2021
Michael, who has dementia, hasn't been able to properly see his family for a year, due to Covid-19 restrictions in his nursing home.
05 March 2021
An illusion called "superior mirage" caused the vessel to look like it was hovering above the sea.
04 March 2021
There has been controversy about the 45 towns sharing just over £1bn from the Towns Fund.
04 March 2021
The once-a-decade survey gives a snapshot of UK life and helps find out what services are needed.
04 March 2021
Irish freight is being shipped directly to Europe to avoid Brexit bureaucracy.
04 March 2021
There's more support for many in the Budget, but for some it still falls short.
04 March 2021
The fox frequently visits the garden of Faroz and his daughter Sophia, who initially thought it was a wolf.
04 March 2021
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