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Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink pleads innocence after newspaper names him in corruption investigation

QPR manager Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has told Sky News he is totally innocent after being named in a newspaper investigation into football corruption.

Children of 80s 'half' as wealthy as 70s kids, study says

People born in the early 1980s are about half as well off as those born a decade earlier were at the same stage of their lives, a new study suggests.

Kos landowner demands police stop Ben Needham search

The owner of the site where police are searching for Ben Needham has asked for the digging to stop, but officers have told Sky News work will continue unless they are ordered to quit by a court.

House price growth slows as market cools after Brexit vote

House price growth slowed in September in the latest sign of the market coming off the boil after the Brexit vote.

WW2 bomb blown up off Portsmouth is damp squib

WW2 bomb blown up off Portsmouth is damp squib

A World War Two bomb dragged out of Portsmouth Harbour to be blasted apart by the navy has turned out to be a damp squib.

Man admits killing child actor in Penge police chase, but denies manslaughter

Man admits killing child actor in Penge police chase, but denies manslaughter

A man has admitted causing the deaths of a child actor and his aunt who were hit by a stolen car being chased by police.

London mayor plans to ban thousands of lorries to protect cyclists

London mayor plans to ban thousands of lorries to protect cyclists

Tens of thousands of lorries with limited visibility from the driver's seat could be banned from London to make roads safer for cyclists.

Tony Blair almost quit as PM for Brussels after being 'ground down' by Gordon Brown

Tony Blair almost quit as PM for Brussels after being 'ground down' by Gordon Brown

Tony Blair felt so "ground down" by Gordon Brown he came close to quitting as Prime Minister and seeking the top job in Brussels, one of his closest advisers has revealed.

UK growth revised higher  to 0.7% for second quarter

UK growth revised higher to 0.7% for second quarter

UK growth for the second quarter has been revised up from 0.6% to 0.7%, official figures show.

Carmakers Nissan and Jaguar demand duty guarantees after Brexit

Carmakers Nissan and Jaguar demand duty guarantees after Brexit

Britain's two biggest carmakers are demanding guarantees from the Government over the impact from Brexit on their businesses before they commit to future investment.

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Oxford schoolgirl, 14, abducted with a 'hug' then raped

Oxford schoolgirl, 14, abducted with a 'hug' then raped

A 14-year-old schoolgirl was raped after being abducted from a busy street in Oxford, police said. 

Manhunt underway after convicted murderer goes missing from bail hostel

Manhunt underway after convicted murderer goes missing from bail hostel

A national manhunt is underway to track down a convicted murderer who has fled from a bail hostel.

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