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Taser 'contributed' to man's death

An unarmed man died partly as a result of being "inappropriately and unreasonably" Tasered and restrained by police officers, an inquest finds.

'Son of Lucifer' axe attacker jailed

A man who called himself the "son of Lucifer" and attacked two strangers with an axe is jailed.

'Multiple injuries' in city bus crash

Two double-decker buses crash in a city centre, injuring dozens and leaving one with life-threatening injuries.

Hillsborough victim 'moaned in pain'

A 16-year-old who died in the Hillsborough disaster "moaned in pain" as he was carried on a makeshift stretcher, the inquests hear.

School massacre boy fears return home

The family of a boy seriously injured in the Pakistan school massacre claim they will be in danger if they return home.

Pomeranian in 'death sentence' shock

The owner of a Pomeranian dog with breathing problems mistakenly signs a form consenting to it being put down by a vet.

Underground strike 'definitely on'

A 24-hour Tube strike will "definitely go ahead" because unions have not been given enough time to study a new pay offer, an Aslef senior negotiator says.

'Jump ship' passenger thrown off

A cruise line passenger from Crosby who threatened to 'jump ship' in a row over his cabin is demanding an apology after being thrown off.

Man in lightning strike son rescue

A man rescues his son from a top floor bedroom when his roof goes up in flames after being struck by lightning in Longstanton.

Probe into man 'with IS flag'

The Met is investigating whether a man stopped outside the Houses of Parliament was draped in an Islamic State (IS) flag.

Lorry and trailer 'crushed' soldier

A young soldier died after he became trapped between a military lorry and trailer on Dartmoor, an inquest hears.

Man jailed for rolling pin murder

A man is jailed for at least 14 years for murdering his wife with a rolling pin at their home in Tamworth.

Lionesses welcomed home with 'sexist' FA tweet

A tweet from an account run by England's Football Association was quickly deleted Monday after immediately running into controversy.

Swingers festival 'was too loud'

A swingers festival fails to click with nearby villagers who complain of nocturnal noise nuisance from three nights of "incredibly loud music".

Fury to fight Klitschko in October

British heavyweight Tyson Fury will fight Wladimir Klitschko for the Ukrainian's world heavyweight titles in October.

Froome takes Tour lead amid crashes

Britain's Chris Froome finishes second in an eventful third stage of the Tour de France to take the leader's yellow jersey.

Koeman confirms Schneiderlin bid

Manchester United have had a bid for Southampton midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin rejected, Ronald Koeman confirms.

VIDEO: Westminster Hall

MPs debate topics including development goals and Iran's nuclear programme.

VIDEO: Bus crash seriously injures five

Two double-decker buses have crashed into each other in a city centre, leaving two people with life-threatening injuries.

VIDEO: 'Michelangelo bronzes' truth sought

A team of scientists using laser scanners and x-ray filming hope to prove if two bronze sculptures are the work of Michelangelo.

VIDEO: Creating life in miniature for 40 years

Best friends Caroline and Jane have amassed nearly 70 dolls' houses as a result of their passion for creating life in miniature over 40 years.

VIDEO: 'I believed I was going to die'

After surviving the 7/7 attacks, Jacqui Putnam joined the Red Cross and says she feels she has to "make sure something good comes out of this".

VIDEO: Beauty blogger's disfigurement fight

A beauty blogger who was born with a facial disfigurement is hoping to inspire others to overcome their obstacles.

VIDEO: Sea horses: Household Cavalry at beach

Every year the soldiers and horses of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment leave London for summer training in Norfolk.

7/7 anniversary: Is the UK safer now?

Frank Gardner considers how safe we are now

Putting on the Shaun the Sheep show

The trials of putting 120 Shaun sculptures on show

The English 'father of baseball'

The Englishman behind the rise of America's national sport

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Showcasing the best images sent to us from around England

The 7/7 victims who just walked away

The 7/7 victims who walked away from the carnage

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