23 November 2014 Last updated at 04:02 ET

Police and NHS phone lines restoredphone

Non-emergency police and medical phone lines are now working, Vodafone says, after technical problems disrupted services for a number of hours.


Brian Tatenda ShayanowakoPolice seek HIV rapist in Zimbabwe

Thames Valley Police believe a man, formerly from Slough, who was found guilty of rape and knowingly infecting a woman with HIV is in Zimbabwe.

Paul Golding of Britain FirstBritain First meeting venue pulled

The far-right Britain First party is told it can no longer hold a conference at a community centre in Berkshire.

Peter Henley Article written by Peter Henley Peter Henley Political editor, South of England

Ashya King: Did politicians jump on bandwagon?

Public and political opinions swung behind the case of Ashya King, but did they overrule medical opinion?

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