Fraudsters caught selling 'cheap' TV packages
Criminal gangs are selling hacked pay television services at a fraction of their true cost, a BBC investigation has revealed.
Subscribers to satellite or cable TV can pay more than £80 a month to legitimately receive premium packages.
But fraudsters were caught on camera selling set-top boxes which access equivalent packages for £10 per month.
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Elephant Man may shed light on causes of cancer
Joseph Carey Merrick, better known as the Elephant Man, was born in Leicester 150 years ago.
Now cutting edge research could shed new light not only on his disease but also on the causes of cancer.
Joseph Merrick's bones are stored at Queen Mary University of London and Inside Out has been granted rare access to film them.
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Inside Out's Natalie Graham looks at how false intelligence was leaked during World War Two to move the doodlebugs away from London to land on Kent, Sussex and Essex.
Professor Eric Grove from Liverpool Hope University says there is evidence the British government was prepared to sacrifice lives in the countryside to avoid heavier casualties in London.
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