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The family of Meredith Kercher say they may never really know what happened to her.
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The government sends in the military to help those still cut off by flooding in Somerset.
Plans are revealed to admit 'several hundred' Syrian refugees into Britain.
The UK economy is now growing at its fastest rate since before the financial crash.
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Peter Allen and Lucy Grey.
Two internet trolls are jailed for sending abusive tweets.
Official figures suggest crime in England and Wales is at its lowest level for 30 years.
Stan Collymore calls on Twitter to do more to combat internet trolls.
Syria denies allegations of torture and the execution of thousands of prisoners.
The mother of three-year-old Mikaeel Kular charged with his murder at a court in Edinburgh
Police in Edinburgh searching for Mikaeel Kular investigate a possible sighting.
Police in Edinburgh urgently search for a missing child.
Five people are convicted of raping and sexually assaulting girls in Peterborough.
A jury is shown footage of Dave Lee Travis allegedly assaulting a woman on Top of the Pops
A round-up of the day's top news and sport with Caroline Barker and Peter Allen.
We're in Somerset with residents affected by some of the worst flooding in a decade.
Mark Duggan's family react to the inquest that concluded he was lawfully killed by police.
An inquest jury concludes that Mark Duggan was lawfully killed by a police officer.
There is serious criticism of the way Britain's biggest prison is run.
George Osborne says there will have to be further spending cuts after the next election.
Gale force winds and high tides cause flooding from southern England to western Scotland.
Householders are warned to prepare as Britain braces itself for yet more bad weather.