The site of the collapsed power station could be destroyed as early as this weekend, ITV News understands.Read the full story ›
Thirteen weeks since the power station collapsed and no-one can give the families a clear answer as to when their loved ones will be found.Read the full story ›
The police watchdog is to investigate a police force over its response to a missing teenager whose body was found in the River Thames.Read the full story ›
Around 20,000 tonnes of material is seen in the video as workers continue the recovery operation.Read the full story ›
Energy giant RWE confirms work is under way to clear rubble at the site of the collapsed power station.Read the full story ›
Two men from Rotherham have been identified as missing after the collapse of Didcot power station, said Thames Valley Police.Read the full story ›
MD of Coleman and Company, the Didcot demolition firm, has released a statement after former employees said they saw incident coming.Read the full story ›
One person has died and three others are still missing after a building collapsed at Didcot Power Station yesterday.Read the full story ›
Detectives investigating the murders of a six-year-old girl, her mother and her father will switch their attention to the circumstances of their deaths after finding the body of the prime suspect.
Jed Allen, 21, was found dead in a wooded area of Oxford yesterday evening, ending a 30-hour manhunt which began when the bodies of his sister Derin, Janet Jordon, 48, and Philip Howard, 44 were found at their home in Didcot.
They had been stabbed to death.
Thames Valley Police confirmed officers were not looking for anyone else in connection with the murders.
The school where six-year-old Derin Jordan was a pupil has been left devastated by her murder, her headteacher has said.
Parents with young children laid flowers and teddy bears outside All Saints primary school in Didcot yesterday after news of the Year One pupil's death broke.
Headteacher John Myers said the reaction had been "devastation, shock, sadness", describing it as a "terrible tragedy".
"Anybody's life is precious and to lose parents and particularly a young girl in such a dreadful manner is truly awful."
Mr Myers described Derin as "beautiful, gentle, quiet, smiley, happy, precious, a lovely girl", adding that they seemed like "a perfectly normal, happy family".