27 February 2015
MPs are stopped in their Westminster tracks to reflect on the issue of war thanks to an exhibition of thought provoking artwork by veterans.
Eton College hunting horns owned by a soldier killed in World War One are reunited with his family nearly 100 years on.
Five men admit carrying out a series of ram-raids and burglaries across parts of East Anglia which netted them more than £400,000.
A Suffolk man is arrested after bricks and missiles are thrown at police during an illegal rave attended by several hundred people.
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Ben Robinson retraces the dramatic last days of King John
Andrew Neil and Stewart White with the latest political news, interviews and debate
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