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‘She never left’: Detroit mourns Aretha Franklin after death of Queen...

Outside the church where Aretha Franklin's late father preached, there are mothers dancing with their daughters and singing "r-e-s-p-e-c-t"

£100m plan to take thousands of homeless people off the streets

Thousands of rough sleepers will be offered rapid specialist assessments and support, as part of a package of new measures announced by Communities Secretary James Brokenshire

Death by dangerous cycling law proposed after mother killed by bicycle...

The Department for Transport has begun a 12-week consultation on plans to update existing road safety laws to protect pedestrians and cyclists

The frontline battle against monkey dust epidemic

His chaotic mum is screeching at him to get down then she threatens to kick us in the b******s

Hooked on monkey dust: Warning of city-wide ‘epidemic’

The emergence of the illegal substance in Stoke-on-Trent and North Staffordshire over the last two years has escalated this summer with violent and psychotic episodes now almost a daily occurrence for police, paramedics and hospital staff

Inside the hunt for career criminal behind burglary crime wave

With prisons already overcrowded early release is a necessary evil to ease the pressure on a creaking system

Six men guilty of planning to smuggle migrants across English Channel

The group - made up of British and Albanian men - were convicted of attempting to ferry predominantly Albanian nationals into the UK using rigid hull inflatable boats

‘Why me?’ asks vulnerable woman covered in flour and eggs

The woman had been sitting on a park bench in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, on Friday evening when she was approached by the group

Brexit: Farmers fear more crops will rot in fields as EU...

Parts of the UK's army of seasonal fruit and vegetable pickers have already started to look for jobs in other parts of the EU after receiving no firm assurances that they will still be welcome after Brexit

Aston Hall: Doctor ‘would have been questioned’ over child abuse claims

More than 100 people who were child patients at Aston Hall, Derbyshire, in the 1960s and 1970s claim Dr Kenneth Milner gave them drugs which left them in a zombie-like state and unable to move