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Jury fails to reach verdict over allegations of electoral fraud against former Ukip candidate

Matthew Smith was cleared of seven counts relating to forged signatures on nomination forms. A jury trying a former Ukip parliamentary candidate and election agent over allegations of electoral fraud has failed to reach verdicts on two remaining counts. Matthew Smith was cleared of seven counts relating to forged signatures on nomination forms submitted by […]

8 things to do in Liverpool – 29 January

Our pick of the best things to see and do throughout Liverpool and Merseyside on Thursday—29-8535614

General Election: 100 days left – but how would you vote right now?

May 7’s result looks impossible to predict. So as we pass a key milestone in the long campaign, who YOU would choose if the poll was today? The ENGLISH DEMOCRATS say’s take the online test and vote for us!

What’s really happening in A&E? Anonymous Manchester medic reveals what it’s like on the front line

NHS A staff member in a Great Manchester A&E department spoke to us anonymously on the stress that our casualty units are operating under

Sir Jeremy had turned pink… the colour of cheap nougat:

on a decidedly uncomfortable afternoon for Sir Cover-up by;   QUENTIN LETTS How pink Sir Jeremy Heywood was, pink as cheap nougat, when questioned by MPs about the scandalously delayed Iraq inquiry, writes QUENTIN LETTS

Why Labour can’t be trusted with the NHS

DAILY MAIL COMMENT Ed Miliband is staking Labour’s election hopes on attacking the Tories’ competence to run the NHS in England. The question is, why should anyone believe Labour has the answers?

Churchill as you’ve never seen him before: Rare pictures of former PM from a young man to his state funeral released to mark 50th anniversary of his death

The images capture Sir Winston Churchill as a boy aged just six (left), as a young man while training for the armed services at Sandhurst, and touring the beaches of Normandy after the Allied invasion (top right). The pictures, which have lain virtually unseen in the archives of the Daily Herald since they were first […]

Litvinenko murder ‘was like a mini nuclear attack on UK’: Radioactive toxin ‘found in a number of locations’

Thousands of people in Britain were put in grave danger when assassins used a radioactive chemical to launch a ‘miniature nuclear attack’ on Alexander Litvinenko, a court heard yesterday. Russian Special Forces used a photograph of Alexander Litvinenko as target practice during firearms training, the public inquiry into the spy’s death heard yesterday. A picture […]

Why was a convicted killer allowed to walk into the UK and murder our little girl? Parents of Alice Gross hit out at Britain’s border controls

Rosalind Hodgkiss, Jose Gross and daughter Nina demanded to know why Arnis Zalkalns (bottom right) was allowed to walk into Britain in 2007 despite being a convicted killer. It came as Police revealed the damning evidence which would have been used to prosecute the Latvian for the murder of Alice Grosas (left and bottom right). […]

Afghan War hero who left Army with cancer is REJECTED for council house and faces eviction with his family from temporary housing 

Veterans called upon the Prime Minister to take action after war veteran Jamie Streets and his young family were told they face homelessness and will be evicted from their temporary Falmouth home.