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Details of gunshot wounds revealed

Joel Richards died in the terrorist attack in Tunisia

The deadly wounds inflicted on eight Britons killed in the Tunisia terror attack were confirmed today as inquests were opened into their deaths.


Cleared marksman hails jury verdict

Ex-specialist firearms officer Anthony Long has been cleared of murder

A top police marksman who blasted suspected armed robber Azelle Rodney six times at short range has walked free from court - after 10 years of controversy surrounding the killing.


Warning over legal high blanket ban

Discarded nitrous oxide canisters at a music festival, as sellers "hippy crack" for recreational use will face up to seven years in prison under Government plans

A new law aimed at banning so-called legal highs could lead to people buying herbal remedies over the internet facing a seven year jail term, experts have warned the Government.


Yarl's Wood detainees self-harming

In 2014, there were 61 incidents of self-harm at Yarl's Wood detention centre

Immigration detainees at the controversial Yarl's Wood centre have required medical treatment after self-harming on average more than once a week in the last two years, official figures show.


Beach victims returned to home soil

The coffin of Ann McQuire is taken from the RAF C-17 carrying the bodies of nine British nationals killed in the Tunisia terror attack that has been repatriated to RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire

T he bodies of nine victims of the Tunisian beach massacre have been returned to the UK, as the final British death toll was confirmed at 30.


UK swelters on hottest July day

Children enjoy the refreshing fountain in Southbank, London (AP)

Britain has endured the hottest July day on record with temperatures soaring to 36.7C (98F) - as roads melted and trains were cancelled.