He was arrested following an investigation by counter-terrorism officers and Derbyshire Police.
Labour says the justice secretary must resign if he cannot reverse low rape convictions in a year.
Dianne Gill waited 11 months to see a specialist and says she has been stripped of her independence.
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Shakur Amoy Pinnock was in a coma after suffering multiple injuries and died on Friday.
It comes as a scientist advising the government warns the Delta variant is fuelling a third wave.
Stadiums and football grounds across London have been transformed into vaccination centres in a push to vaccinate as many people as possible against the coronavirus.
The victim was stabbed once before the suspect ran off on foot, police have said.
There was a euphoric atmosphere at Download Festival's first day in Leicestershire - despite the wet weather.
The UK has reported 10,321 new coronavirus cases and 14 more deaths, according to official daily figures.
Bodies of a man and woman have been found within hours of each other in fields near a village in Derbyshire.
Emergency services were called to the property on Perth Road, Dunblane, in the early hours of Saturday.
A teenager was inspired to create an animation about the NHS staff who saved his grandad's life.
From doodles to paintings, artists document life during the pandemic.
One patient describes spending two months on wards without seeing her family.
The Queen has arrived at Royal Ascot, attending the famous Berkshire meet for the first time since 2019.
Samuel Campbell was found with life-threatening injuries at the family home in Sunderland.
John Marshall said he felt he was on a "water chute" when pulled out on the beach near Newquay.
A man flees after a car is driven into a pub and a man is hit in the leg by shots from a BB gun.
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Timira Farah, 97, is among those to get her first Pfizer jab after being encouraged by NHS workers.
A man who had a stroke and collapsed in the street is trying to track down the "guardian angel" who saved his life.
Fans took part in a clean-up of Leicester Square which was covered in litter during celebrations.
Police officers came under attack as they tried to give first aid to a stabbing victim.
A woman helped Mathew O'Toole while he was suffering from a stroke in Wigmore Street, Mayfair.
Footage of parades connected to a demonstration in Newtownards, County Down, is being reviewed.
A clean-up is under way and police have made 30 arrests after Friday night's goalless Euro 2020 clash between England and Scotland.
The crewless ship is returning to Plymouth after developing "a minor mechanical issue", bosses say.
The wife of the UK's longest-known COVID patient has revealed she "begged" him not to withdraw his treatment after he told her: "I just want to die" - as she paid tribute to him following his death.
Figures from politics and football urge Unesco not to strip the city of the prestigious status.
Days after he got the role, the Democratic Unionist Party MLA is told he will have to resign when a new leader takes over.
People who have had both COVID-19 jabs and come into contact with someone infected may not have to self-isolate for 10 days in the future, a public health expert has suggested.
The new space will be the biggest urban park created in the South West for 50 years, developers say.
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Rock and metal fans are dusting off their devil horns for the first Download Festival in two years.
A show charting Factory Records' journey from punk start-up to "influential force" opens in Manchester.
The police officer used his job to pursue sexual relationships with vulnerable women he met on duty.
Terminally ill Gaz Emmerson is cycling the length of Great Britain to raise money for others with sarcoma.
Sunburn is still a danger - even on a cloudy staycation in Northern Ireland.
They were beating the drums so hard in Newtownards, County Down, you could almost have heard them in Downing Street.
Planning reforms for England and HS2 rail had dominated campaigning in Chesham and Amersham.
The government is being urged to bring forward its review into support for children with special educational needs and disabilities after claims that a lack of guidance to specialist schools has left disabled children behind.
The difference at the end was how the two sets of supporters left the stadium. England couldn't get away quick enough, while Scotland stayed to sing.
The front pages focus on the England v Scotland stalemate at Wembley and the Lib Dem by-election win.
Petroleum jelly stops a slippery customer from nabbing an easy lunch.
Two midsize fashion influencers speak out about the importance of body positivity on social media.
The son of Daniel Morgan speaks out following an inquiry into the Met's handling of his father's unsolved murder.
The Tartan Army celebrates the 0-0 draw as it means Scotland could still qualify for the next round of Euro 2020.
Flood warnings have been enforced across the country for the weekend after parts of southeast England saw a month's worth of rainfall in one day.
The Wales Tourism Alliance rejects any bid by the Welsh government to introduce a tax paid by tourists.
The party also says people should have the right to flexible practices, such as working from home.
But the ex-business secretary says there is also a mental health issue, with some fearful of returning.
The UK's longest-known coronavirus patient has died after choosing to withdraw from treatment, his wife has confirmed.
England and Scotland battled out a 0-0 draw at a rain-soaked Wembley in their eagerly anticipated Euro 2020 group game.
Shakur Amoy Pinnock remains in a critical condition in hospital and is in a coma.
The controversial Tasering of a suspected drink driver was in line with guidelines, a watchdog rules.
Schools and universities are the most common setting for COVID-19 outbreaks, according to the latest report from Public Health England (PHE).
A 28-year-old man is arrested for manslaughter and released under investigation.
Fans have been arriving at Wembley ahead of tonight's much-anticipated match between England and Scotland - after hundreds of the Tartan Army partied in London this afternoon.
The school says there can be no excuse for harassment, but that it could have made this clearer.
Paul Green became evasive after being stopped by officers getting off a train without a face mask.