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Wartime codebreaker Alan Turing's school report goes on show at museum

Second World War codebreaker Alan Turing's school report, encouraging him to provide "s ound knowledge rather than vague ideas", is to go on public display for the first time.

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Motorway and A road schemes pushed back to ensure 'value for money'

More than a dozen road improvement projects in England have been delayed or face cancellation.

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Drivers face increased charges for collecting passengers at airports

Some of the UK's busiest airports have hiked parking charges for drivers collecting passengers, according to a new study.

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Labour MP Clive Lewis apologises for 'offensive' comments

Labour MP Clive Lewis has apologised after a video emerged of him making derogatory comments at a public event.

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Conservatives and Labour hold steady in latest council by-elections

Tory and Labour candidates have successfully defended council seats for their parties in the latest local by-elections.

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Ukrainians charged with people smuggling after arrival of yacht with 19 migrants

Four Ukrainian men have been charged with people smuggling after a yacht with 19 migrants on board landed on the Suffolk coast.

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Deputy pub manager who shared abuse images in online paedophile ring is jailed

A paedophile who shared images of children as young as eight months old being sexually abused wept as he was jailed for two years.

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West Midlands Police workers to get extra pay rise

Police staff and PCSOs look set to have their pay boosted to match an officers' increase because they "deserve the same treatment", a crime commissioner has announced.

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Oxbridge accused of 'social apartheid' over lack of offers to black students

The Oxbridge universities have been accused of a "social apartheid" by a Labour MP who obtained figures which he said showed they draw their students from a "privileged minority".

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Police hunt for two suspects in food fight during Ipswich Town stadium break-in

Police investigating break-ins which involved a dessert-based food fight at Ipswich Town's Portman Road ground have released descriptions of two suspects.

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Reward offered after aristocrat loses family heirloom necklace at Morrisons

An aristocrat has been left devastated after she lost a family heirloom pendant on a trip to a Morrisons supermarket.

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Wizz Air to open first UK base at London Luton Airport

Low-cost airline Wizz Air is to open its first UK base.

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Wizz Air applies for UK licence ahead of Brexit

Hungarian-based airline Wizz Air has applied for a UK licence ahead of Brexit.

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Couple win free speech fight for petition opposing putting children in care

A couple whose four children were placed into council care following private family court proceedings have won a free speech fight.

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Cambridge graduate admits 137 online abuse charges including child exploitation

A Cambridge University graduate has pleaded guilty to 137 offences - including blackmailing victims into sending him severe abuse images of themselves and sharing them on the dark web.

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'Hypnotic' sand dunes image wins West Sussex photographer £10,000

A "hypnotic and contemplative" image of sand dunes has scooped the top prize in this year's Landscape Photographer of the Year Award.

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Man airlifted to hospital after train hits car on level crossing

A man has been airlifted to hospital after a car was hit by a train at a level crossing.

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National Trust images show devastation and recovery after Great Storm of 1987

A series of photographs taken in the aftermath of the Great Storm of 1987 and of the same places today reveal how treasured landscapes have recovered.

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Firms developing disaster zone-mapping drones

Emergency teams could soon be equipped with cutting-edge drones and robots to search hazardous scenes before they put boots on the ground.

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'Ministers must tackle congestion, capacity and carbon infrastructure problems'

Britain faces gridlock on roads, railways and in the air, slower broadband speeds and worsening air quality unless the Government tackles the country's infrastructure problems, Lord Adonis has warned.

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