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London Bridge attack: Victim Jack Merritt’s father accuses Boris Johnson of trying to 'score election points'
The father of a London Bridge terror attack victim has accused Boris Johnson of exploiting the tragedy to "score some points in the election".
Jack Merritt: London Bridge terror attack victim's dad on pain of losing son
The father of London Bridge terror attack victim Jack Merritt has spoken of the pain of losing his son, telling Sky News that breaking the news to Jack's brother was the "hardest part" of the day.
Former Derby and Portsmouth boss Jim Smith dies aged 79
Former Derby and Portsmouth manager Jim Smith has died aged 79.
GP Manish Shah guilty of 25 sex offences against six patients
A GP who used celebrity cancer stories to get patients to have unnecessary checks has been found guilty of 25 sex offences against six patients.
Andy Roe: Grenfell firefighter who revoked 'stay put' policy is new London Fire Brigade boss
Andy Roe, who revoked London Fire Brigade's "stay put" advice to residents during the Grenfell Tower blaze, has been named its new commissioner.
Helen McCourt murder: Decision to release killer Ian Simms to be reviewed by Parole Board
A review has been ordered into the decision to approve the release of a murderer who has never revealed the whereabouts of his victim's body.
UK economy: Flatlining growth blamed on Brexit and global slowdown
Brexit uncertainty and the global slowdown are being blamed for blighting growth, as the UK economy was stagnating in the last official check before the election.
Falklands veteran 'forced out of navy over sexuality' gets medal back
A Falklands veteran who said he was forced out of the Royal Navy after revealing his bisexuality has got his medal back.
Wetherspoon to serve up 10,000 jobs with £200m spree
JD Wetherspoon is to go on a £200m spending spree on pubs and hotels over the next four years - creating around 10,000 new jobs, the company has announced.
Shops urged to take smart toys off shelves over security concerns
Children are at risk of being contacted by strangers and seeing offensive images through their must-have smart toys, an investigation has found.
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