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Brighton bus collision: Lucas thanks emergency services

Caroline Lucas, the MP for Brighton Pavilion, has thanked the emergency services for the "rapid response" to a major bus crash in the city centre.

Suspended sentence for News of the World journalist

he former News of the World features Editor Jules Stenson. Credit: John Stillwell/PA Wire/Press Association Images

News of the World features editor Jules Stenson - the last to be convicted for his part in the phone-hacking scandal - has been given a four-month jail sentence suspended for 12 months at the Old Bailey.


PM: It's in UK's best interests for Greece to stay in the EU

The scene outside the Greek Parliament this morning Credit: RTV

David Cameron has said that it is "clearly in Britian's best interests" for Greece to negotiate a deal with eurozone creditors.

A spokeswoman for the Prime Minister said the UK "supports a 28-member EU," adding that the two parties need to "sit down together and find a sustainable solution" to the debt crisis.

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Scale of damage seen after Brighton bus crash

Pictures taken at the scene of a major bus crash in Brighton shows the scale of the damage caused by the collision which has left two people with life-threatening injuries.

Two people have suffered life-threatening injuries. Credit: Twitter/@StueyQuinn
The buses crashed just before 9.30 this morning. Credit: Twitter/@StueyQuinn
Dozens of emergency vehicles are at the scene. Credit: Twitter/@StueyQuinn
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