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Teenagers who suffer from mental health problems will no longer be held in police cells under reforms expected to be announced today by the Home Secretary.

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A film due for release next week depicting a fictional plot to kill North Korean leader Kim Jong-un has been dropped after hackers threatened terrorists attacks and cinema chains pulled the movie from its screens.

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Letter: Number of accidents at lights no mystery

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I have followed with  interest the arguments between Lawley Parish Council and the Highways Department of Telford and Wrekin Council about the number of accidents at the Lawley Village lights, the reasons for these, and the suggestion that the junction should be removed and returned to a traffic island.

Letter: Leaving the EU is the only way of controlling borders

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The Government has now given up on its pledge to reduce the number of people coming to the UK to “tens of thousands”, as figures recently released show that net migration has soared to 260,000, a 43 per cent increase, largely from Eastern Europe.


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Royal Mail 'sold for right price'

An official report is expected to say the Government could have achieved more money for the taxpayer from its sale of Royal Mail

The Government and taxpayer achieved "significant value" from the sale of Royal Mail and the right decisions were made over the pricing of shares, according to a report into the controversial privatisation.