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DEATH IN CUSTODY
19-year-old Jordan Hullock had headaches, chest pains, was dehydrated, malnourished and collapsed twice while Doncaster prison nurses looked on.

CRASH TEST DUMMIES
Driverless cars are coming to south-east London for testing – but locals are still in the dark about where or when.

AIRSHOW INQUEST
The inquest into the deaths of 11 men in the Shoreham Airshow disaster faces more delays after accident investigators are asked to reopen their inquiry.

LAUNDRY BILL
The Treasury has new strategies to tackle money laundering – but the stats show that enforcers who are meant to combat it are disciplining nobody at all.

OUTSTANDING FAILURES
Three months after the Care Quality Commission rate a private hospital as ‘outstanding’, it is subject to enforcement action over abuse and neglect.

SALISBURY PAIN
As Salisbury cops struggle without a proper police station, the engineering-focused free-school that took its place is set for closure.

CLAMMING UP
The Independent Office for Police Complaints forbids ex-undercover Special Branch agent Martin McGartland from reading any of its report on his complaint about a police raid on his home.

TANKS FOR SHARING
The two firms bidding to upgrade the British Army’s Challenger main battle tank have merged, guaranteeing themselves juicy manufacturing work.

ROCK BOTTOM
Mark Shorrock, of Swansea’s doomed tidal lagoon fame, now has plans for

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Toxic culture
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