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Police bailed the two teenagers until November

Two teenagers bailed after video of boy being punched is posted on social media

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive at the MacBride Museum in Whitehorse

Warm welcome for William and Kate in 'Wilderness City'

Samantha Jefferies, from East Sussex, arrives at the High Court in London

Falklands veteran's widow who hopes to have his child wins embryos battle

A Supreme Court judgment fuelled a rise in liberty-restraining applications from places such as care homes

Liberty-depriving applications reach highest level ever

Pippa Middleton is listed as the claimant in a case being heard at the High Court in London

Pippa Middleton 'has good reason to fear all iCloud information has been hacked'

Junior doctors protest outside Bristol Royal Infirmary during strike action in April 2016

BMA chief defends junior doctors over five-day strikes plan

The figures concern households which fall into the 'homeless' category

Prime Minister warned as number of homeless hits record levels, figures reveal

Sam Allardyce speaks outside his home in Bolton where the former England manager told reporters he had made "an error of judgment", adding: "I have paid the consequences."

Sam Allardyce says he has "paid the consequences" for "error of judgment"

The Judicial Office confirmed Anjem Choudary had applied for permission to appeal his conviction

Anjem Choudary seeks permission to appeal Islamic State support conviction

Benjamin Stimson's next appearance will be at the Old Bailey

Briton remanded over 'terror offences' linked to Ukraine conflict

South Wales Police are not looking for anyone else

Police name Matalan workers killed near Cardiff city centre store

Former Royal Household official Ronald Harper has been jailed at Southwark Crown Court

Ex-Royal Household worker jailed for five years over contracts bribes

Ben Emmerson QC is a highly respected and high profile QC.

New setback for child sex abuse inquiry as top lawyer 'threatens to quit'

The vote for Brexit will have repercussions on growth for years, experts said

Slowdown in growth following vote for Brexit to last 'several years'

Mark Carney gave an upbeat assessment of long-term prospects

Mark Carney hails 'positive' long-term hopes for economy despite growth slowdown

Former prime minister David Cameron's efforts to keep the UK in the EU were criticised in a withering assessment by German commissioner Gunther Oettinger

German commissioner slams Cameron over EU referendum campaign

Emergency services on the A27 in West Sussex following the Shoreham air disaster

Shoreham Airshow crash probe allowed to see film from plane

Benjamin Stimson was due to appear in Westminster Magistrates' Court

Man to appear in court facing 'terror charges' linked to eastern Ukraine

Court artist sketch of Alan Smith (left) and Fake Sheikh Mazher Mahmood, who are accused of conspiring to pervert the course of justice in the case of pop star Tulisa Contostavlos (Elizabeth Cook/PA)

Tulisa anti-drugs comments 'airbrushed out to make Fake Sheikh look like hero'

Junior doctors have complained that Jeremy Hunt wrongly imposed the contract on NHS employers

Judge to rule on NHS contract row between junior doctors and Jeremy Hunt

Nadiya Hussain savours victory in The Great British Bake Off

Nadiya Hussain believes Bake Off still has ingredients for success at Channel 4

Sainsbury's reported a 1.1% drop in like-for-like sales excluding fuel for the second quarter

Sainsbury's sales continue to suffer in supermarket price war

RBS chief executive Ross McEwan said the group was working to resolve outstanding claims this year and into 2017

RBS agrees £845m deal with US regulator over mis-sold mortgage bonds

NOTE POSED BY MODEL Undated file photo of a man using his mobile phone while driving as ministers want to double the punishment for illegal mobile phone use, Government sources said.

Police stops of motorists using phones while driving 'down by 47%'

Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie during happier times

Brad Pitt to miss movie premiere due to 'family situation' focus

Shimon Peres pictured in 2014 - the former Israeli president and prime minister has died (AP)

Chief Rabbi leads tributes after ex-Israeli leader Shimon Peres dies at 93

The AA said paid personal members grew in every month in the second quarter to 3.3 million (AA/PA)

Membership drive puts AA back in the black

Historian E P Thompson grew disillusioned with the Communist Party of Great Britain, seen here launching its election campaign in London's Trafalgar Square, newly released files show

I've left you: Historian's break-up letter to Communist Party revealed

Spanish born Juan Pujol Garcia was a double agent for Britain during the Second World War

Homesick wife 'almost blew double agent's cover'

Production has begun again at the Dalzell steel plate mill in Motherwell (Warren Media/PA Wire)

Dalzell steelworks to reopen nine months after production halted

Leader Jeremy Corbyn delivers his keynote speech on the final day of the Labour Party conference in Liverpool

Jeremy Corbyn calls for Labour unity as he targets 'socialism for 21st century'

Macmillan Cancer Support says there are roughly 110,000 people in the UK caring for a parent with cancer and their own children

110,000 'sandwich generation' cancer carers in UK, says Macmillan support group

Patients diagnosed with cancer in an emergency situation don't do as well as patients who are diagnosed by their doctor

A fifth of emergency diagnosis bowel cancer cases had previous symptoms - study

Shadow health secretary Diane Abbott said sustainability and transformation plans were being used as a cloak for cuts and closures

Health bodies given guidelines on how to explain why a hospital is closing

Experts had already noted that signs of ageing such as wrinkles and thinning skin often appear much later in people who have experienced acne

Acne sufferers stay looking youthful for longer, research shows

MPs said Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt must do something to stop hospitals discharging some patients at night

Hospitals must end 'potentially dangerous' night discharges, MPs say

Stroke victims can often suffer a deterioration in their vision

Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness

The former Coronation Street actress will stand for Labour in the seat

Labour candidate to face nine rivals in poll prompted by Jo Cox's death

International Trade Secretary Liam Fox gave a speech at the WTO in Geneva

Liam Fox accused of delivering 'bland platitudes' over Brexit in WTO speech

Sir Terry Wogan was being remembered at a service of thanksgiving at Westminster Abbey

Sir Terry Wogan hailed as broadcaster for all time at thanksgiving service

Natalie McGarry MP has been charged amid a fraud probe

Natalie McGarry MP charged over fraud allegations

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump shakes hands with Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton following the presidential debate at Hofstra University (AP)

Hillary Clinton uses TV debate to attack Donald Trump's 'racist behaviour'

Experts said that the NHS has reached a "tipping point"

NHS facing a 'tsunami' of patients in A&E departments, experts warn

Boris Johnson is on a charm offensive

Boris Johnson uses washing machine diplomacy in Turkish charm offensive

Five-month-old Abrahim Hassan was conceived from an egg containing nuclear DNA from his mother and father, and mitochondrial DNA from a 'second' mother

First baby with three genetic parents born in Mexico

The Smiler rollercoaster at Alton Towers

Alton Towers fined £5m for Smiler crash after 'catastrophic' safety breach

The HIgh Court is hearing evidence in a legal battle over a controversial Ofsted report on an Islamic school that cannot be named

Pupils at Islamic school spoke out against segregation, High Court told

Pippa Middleton is listed as the claimant in the case

Pippa Middleton takes High Court action against 'person or persons unknown'

Teacher Donna Bull was among 50 people who died when the Tatarstan Airlines plane crashed in 2013

Death crash aircraft pilot 'had no formal training', teacher's inquest told

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