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FA 'sorry' but face 'blackmail' claim over ex-manager Mark Sampson race row
The Football Association apologised to two England women's players over remarks by their ex-manager - just minutes before top bosses faced accusations of blackmail-like behaviour over a race row.
Police hunt suspected serial child sex offender in Greenwich and Lewisham
Police are hunting a potential serial child sex attacker suspected of targeting victims as young as 11.
Foodbanks and rent arrears fears raised by angry MPs over Universal Credit
A foodbank will need 15 more tonnes of donations in the lead up to Christmas and tenants are running £500 into rent arrears because of Universal Credit, angry MPs have said.
All benefit call charges, including Universal Credit helpline, to be scrapped
All call charges for people ringing the Universal Credit helpline will be scrapped from next month, the Government has announced.
'Multiple Tory rebellions' likely over EU Withdrawal Bill
The debate and votes over hundreds of amendments to the crucial EU Withdrawal Bill look to have been delayed until next month, perhaps as late as the middle of November.
Labour: Theresa May's Brexit strategy 'in paralysis' amid legislation delays
Labour has claimed Theresa May’s Brexit strategy is "in paralysis" after it emerged that the legislation on leaving the EU is facing further delays in Parliament.
Piccadilly Circus lights facial detection system 'incredibly intrusive'
Facial detection technology in the new Piccadilly Circus lights is "incredibly intrusive", according to privacy campaigners.
Vaginal mesh public inquiry turned down by Government
The Government has refused to hold a public inquiry into the use of vaginal mesh implants which medical experts have described as a health scandal worse than Thalidomide.
Journalist Kath Sansom was 'wreck' after vaginal mesh implant
I set up the support page Sling the Mesh on Facebook two years ago, in June 2015, just 10 weeks after I had a mesh implant to treat incontinence from childbirth.
Super-strong cannabis prompts calls by Volteface think tank to legalise drug
A mental health crisis caused by super-strength cannabis is being exacerbated by Government policy putting criminalisation ahead of young people's wellbeing, a new report claims.