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'Only a fraction' of confiscation orders debt likely to be recovered

Home Office permanent secretary Mark Sedwill appearing in front of the Home Affairs Select Committee

Criminals owe the taxpayer nearly £2 billion - but only a tenth of the sum is ever likely to be recovered, official figures have revealed.

6:36pm Tuesday 3 May 2016

Sheer history in front of them

The Menin Gate ceremony.

“THEY shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old.” Familiar words from Laurence Binyon’s poem, which are used in Remembrance services every year. These words took on a greater significance for the 1st Beath Pals Battalion who visited the…

6:33pm Tuesday 3 May 2016

Radiohead end internet absence with Trumpton-like Burn The Witch video

Radiohead end internet absence with Trumpton-like Burn The Witch video

The band disappeared from social media and their own website on Sunday. Here’s why.

6:13pm Tuesday 3 May 2016

Strictly ridiculous! Lord Patten gives Great British brush-off to BBC reform bid

Strictly ridiculous! Lord Patten gives Great British brush-off to BBC reform bid

As part of a speech at the Reuters Institute on the future of the BBC, Lord Patten delivered a robust defence of the corporation.

6:03pm Tuesday 3 May 2016

Sir Philip Green agrees to Commons grilling over the collapse of BHS

Sir Philip Green sold BHS for £1

Businessman Sir Philip Green has agreed to appear before two parliamentary committees investigating the collapse of BHS.

5:30pm Tuesday 3 May 2016

Report backs road tunnel plan at Stonehenge

Putting a major road past Stonehenge into a tunnel could benefit the World Heritage Site

Putting a major road past Stonehenge into a tunnel could benefit the World Heritage Site if the scheme is well designed and constructed, an international report has concluded.

5:30pm Tuesday 3 May 2016

Haws and Bluebell lose at home while Hearts are still beating

Haws and Bluebell lose at home while Hearts are still beating

Kelty kept their slim hopes of retaining the Super League title alive but Hill of Beath lost out in a seven goal thriller and Dundonald lost at home in the cup. Both Lochgelly and Lochore had to settle for draws.

6:00pm Tuesday 3 May 2016

Fife Council apologises for speed bump mistake

Fife Council apologises for speed bump mistake

FIFE Council has apologised to unhappy drivers complaining about the size of new speed bumps on a busy Dunfermline road.

4:58pm Tuesday 3 May 2016

Teen threatened to slash G4S officer

Teen threatened to slash G4S officer

A TEENAGER who threatened to slash a prison transport security guard and then spat in his face was jailed for 12 months yesterday.

4:58pm Tuesday 3 May 2016

Park the bus? We couldn't even move it

Director David Allan tries in vain to open the boot after the bus broke down.

"PARKING THE bus" is a well-known football phrase but Cowdenbeath couldn’t get theirs going on the way to a vital relegation match at Stranraer.

4:53pm Tuesday 3 May 2016
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