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Brighton cat killer jailed after killing nine pets and injuring seven | ITV News
A security guard who killed nine cats and injured seven others in a spate of attacks in Brighton has been sentenced to 5 years 3 months in prison.
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Luke McCulloch: The popular soldier whose death is still felt today | ITV News
British military involvement in Aghanistan is coming to an end but the pain and loss it involved is not. More than 450 British lives were lost in the war against the Taliban.
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Woman cut by razor hidden behind anti-mask poster | ITV News
A woman was left needing medical treatment after being cut by a razor blade that was glued to the back of an anti-mask poster.
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Push for young people in UK to get Covid vaccines as Thorpe Park offers jabs | ITV News
Thorpe Park in Surrey was offering jabs to thousands of people in the hope the young will come forward to get them. With only 60% of under 30s immunised health officials are trying anything.
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'My job is to deradicalise the UK's most extreme terrorists in prison' | ITV News
The psychologist charged with trying to reform the UK's most extreme terrorists has spoken exclusively to ITV News about how she tries to deradicalise them.
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We're spending more than the Earth can provide - climate change leads to extreme weather | ITV News
Extreme weather events are getting longer, warmer, wetter, hotter and colder. Flooding in London last week left a dirty stain on lives and livelihoods..
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Phantom of the Opera's first black female lead hopes to open doors for others | ITV News
For the first time, a black performer is playing one of theatre's most iconic female leads.
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X Factor 'ends' after 17 years, former contestants react | ITV News
Former X Factor contestants have shared mixed reactions to ITV announcing there are "no current plans" for another series of the entertainment show.
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Covid: EU and US arrivals into England and Scotland will no longer need to quarantine | ITV News
People travelling to England, Scotland and Wales from the United States and European Union will no longer have to quarantine upon arrival if they have been double vaccinated, the government has
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Manchester Arena plotter refusing to take part in prison deradicalisation programme | ITV News
ITV News understands that Hashem Abedi, the Manchester Arena bomb plotter, is refusing to co-operate with a deradicalisation programme in prison.
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Government's disability strategy criticised as not going far enough | ITV News
The government aims to improve the lives and opportunities of disabled people in the UK. Some 100 immediate pledges were unveiled as part of the government's £1.6 billion strategy on Wednesday.
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Covid: Tens of thousands in France rush to get jabbed as vaccine passes rolled out | ITV News
Ever since President Emmanuel Macron announced that most venues, means of transport and public facilities were only to be accessible to the fully-vaccinated or those who have tested negative for
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Conwoman swaps £4.2m worth of diamonds with pebbles at jewellers | ITV News
A conwoman who swapped diamonds with pebbles at a London jeweller’s in a heist worth £4.2m has been jailed for more than five years.
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Children in care of Lambeth Council 'subjected to decades of cruelty and sexual abuse' | ITV News
A damning report has found children in the care of Lambeth Council were subjected to levels of cruelty and sexual abuse that are "hard to comprehend".
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Police officers thought they would die and recall racist abuse at US Capitol riots | ITV News
Police officers have told of how they thought they would die and were racially abused as they defended the US Capitol during the January 6 insurrection.
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New Covid cases halve in eight days but Boris Johnson urges people to 'remain cautious' | ITV News
The number of new daily Covid-19 infections in the UK has fallen for the seventh day in row, while the number of deaths is at the highest since mid-March.
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'I couldn't provide them a bed, there's no space' - Families stuck in overcrowded homes | ITV News
The Ahmed family in England are forced to make the most of every inch of the small space they have in a cramped, crumbling two-bed home.
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Meet Britain's oldest graduate - a former solicitor, 96, who has a degree in fine art | ITV News
Archie White, a 96-year-old former solicitor, is thought to be Britain's oldest graduate after recently graduating with a degree in fine art. He had a stroke five years ago.
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Will stop and search tackle knife crime and how effective is it? | ITV News
Boris Johnson has defended his plan bring stop and search back into wider usage, saying the powers provide a "kind and loving" way to get dangerous weapons off the streets.
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Exhibition marks 10th anniversary of Amy Winehouse's death with unseen images | ITV News
Amy Winehouse is being remembered in a new exhibition featuring previously unseen images of the star who died 10 years ago. Photographer Phil Griffin was one of Ms Winehouse's closest collaborators.
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15 years on, what happened to the British troops who posed for a photo in Afghanistan? | ITV News
In 2006, the soldiers of C Company, 3rd Battalion the Parachute Regiment, posed for a photo at their base in Sangin, Helmand Province. An ITV News team was with them.
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How America's deadly fentanyl crisis has been overshadowed by Covid | ITV News
Warning: This report contains footage of drug use which some viewers may find distressing In a lonely motel room an hour south of Nashville, Anna Bradburn says she desperately wants to live.
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Covid cases fall for sixth day in a row in UK as Euros are over and schools shut | ITV News
Covid-19 cases have fallen for the sixth consecutive day. A further 24,950 people have tested positive in the last 24-hour reporting period, down 14% from Sunday's figure.
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Boy, 9, and mum among victims of 'worst weekend' after six people die in lake in Scotland | ITV News
When nine-year-old Rana Haris Ali and his friend discovered the water at Loch Lomond, Scotland, was deeper than they'd thought, mum Edina Olahova jumped in to save her son.
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'I closed my eyes. I daren't look' - Adam Peaty's nan on watching Olympian swim to gold | ITV News
The absence of friends and family in Tokyo didn't stop Olympic swimmer Adam Peaty from winning gold.
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Tom Daley: From schoolboy diver to Olympic champion | ITV News
Despite being only 27 years old, Tom Daley refers to himself as the "grandad of diving", a sign of how much he has done in his life on the board.
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Emergency workers and transport staff added to Covid 'test to return to work' scheme | ITV News
Emergency workers - including police, firefighters and Border Force staff - and some transport workers will be included in the "test to return to work" scheme that was initially launched for food
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China cancels flights and closes schools and businesses as Typhoon In-Fa approaches | ITV News
China is bracing for the arrival of Typhoon In-Fa this weekend as it cancels flights in the east of the country and orders cargo ships out of the area on Saturday, just days after deadly floods
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'Do they care if we live or die?': Gurkhas feel abandoned by Britain in Covid pandemic | ITV News
Gurkha veterans threatened by the rapid spread of Covid-19 in Nepal, are asking the British government for help.
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Train services slashed amid staff shortages due to Covid self-isolation | ITV News
Train operators have been forced to cut services due to huge staff shortages, with workers self-isolating due to close contact with a confirmed Covid case.
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