9 January 2015
BBC South East political editor Louise Stewart examines the reasons why UKIP has done so well in the South East.
More than 500 men volunteer for DNA screening to eliminate themselves from suspicion in the hunt for the killer of a woman in West Sussex.
Police make a second arrest in connection with a child abduction case involving a teenager who was missing for more than three weeks.
A man dies after the car he was driving hit a tree and left the road and landed in a West Sussex field.
Defending champions Arsenal reach the FA Cup fifth round but are forced to hang on for victory against Brighton.
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