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Call to use ex-inmate intercepts

High-profile offenders to be returned to jail include notorious loyalist killer Torrens Knight

Intercept evidence could be used to recall former paramilitary prisoners to jail in Northern Ireland, the UK's terrorism watchdog said.


Little liars' 'good memory skills'

Scientists have found the first clear evidence that children who are good liars have better verbal working memories

If your six-year-old is a seasoned little fibber, don't fret - it probably means he or she is unusually bright, according to a new study.


£15m counterfeit drugs seized in UK

The MHRA said the raids saw almost 6.2 million doses of falsified, counterfeit and unlicensed medicines seized

Terrorists have been linked to the illegal internet trade of medical products, regulators said as they announced that m ore than £15 million of counterfeit and unlicensed medicines and devices have been seized in the UK.


Network Rail debt soars to £38bn

Network Rail said its net debt has reached almost £37.76 billion

Network Rail's net debt has soared to nearly £38 billion, with the company saying its performance "isn't yet where we want it to be".


Fallon ponders aid spending

Defence Secretary Michael Fallon.

There is a "very strong case" for counting humanitarian work by British armed forces towards total defence spending, Michael Fallon has said.


Parks, hotels and taxis: The terrifying truth about child exploitation in the Black Country

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Parks, hotels, taxis, house parties – just some of the locations where organised sex gangs are targeting vulnerable children in the West Midlands.