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Breaking News: Reports reaching us of a crash outside Aldi in Telford

National news: Jurors in the case of veteran DJ Dave Lee Travis, who is accused of indecently assaulting two women ans sexually assaulting another, have retired to consider their verdicts

Breaking National News: A group of "greedy" women masterminded a £21 million get-rich-quick pyramid scheme, it can be reported for the first time today.

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Hopes of Phones 4u rescue dashed

Phones 4u went into administration leading to fears thousands of jobs will be lost

Hopes for a last-ditch rescue of Phones 4u have been quashed as talks continue over deals to save at least some of its shops and jobs.

News Corp opposes Google in EU case

Google has been accused of diverting users away from relevant search results to its own offerings

Rupert Murdoch's News Corp has joined the fray in Google's protracted European antitrust case, saying the technology company unfairly distorts competition.

Factory export orders 'faltering'

Firms saw total order books fall below "normal" levels, with the impact on exporters particularly severe

Factory export order books have weakened to their worst level since January 2013 amid political uncertainty at home and abroad, the CBI has said.

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Letter: Beware this treaty as election looms

Business Secretary Vince Cable

Do I detect a General Election looming? Mr Cameron visits The Royal Welsh Show boosting support for the Conservative Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Mid and West Wales.

Letter: Controlled by tyrants

With much of the Middle East tearing itself apart and threatening to spread the conflict to Britain, we can blame Blair and Bush for toppling Saddam Hussein who, albeit brutally, kept the warring factions and religious fanatics in order in a country then at peace.

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Star comment: Drive the message of danger

Lisa Thomas with a photo of her daughter Laura

There are no longer any excuses.  We all know the law. If we are caught using our mobile phones while driving, we face a minimum of three points on our driving licence and a fine of £100.

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