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Chris Grayling suggested rail fares and wages should be calculated using a lower inflation measure.

A BBC map helps you find out how many public toilets have been cut in your area.

Dozens were injured, including 10 children, when a coach overturned on the motorway during rush hour.

Pet gets stuck exploring her new surroundings after her family's move to a new home in Ashford, Kent.

Maria Caulfield is sending constituents' emails about Southern rail to the transport secretary.

The Independent Office of Police Conduct has been investigating officers over the Stephen Port case.

Andrew O'Connell, from Kent, died after he was attacked at Brighton's Royal Pavilion Gardens.

More than half of local authorities building fewer homes per year than in 2007-08.

The struggling DIY retailer has struck a rescue deal with its creditors and landlords.

The pit bull-type dog was shot dead by police after savaging an 18-month-old girl in a playground.

The proposals will help residents take on rogue landlords, but will not fund more affordable housing.

Four suspected Iraqi nationals, including a child and a pregnant woman, were found on a fishing boat.

The government is unveiling a £100m strategy but none of it is new money, the housing minister says.

The Libertines are building a studio in Margate and have sponsored the team's football team.

A briefing for local authorities said above-average temperatures were likely for the next three month period.

League Two MK Dons cruise past League One Charlton in the first round of the Carabao Cup.

Millwall sneak into the second round of the Carabao Cup after a penalty shootout win over Gillingham.

Dover recover from a 3-1 down to record a sensational comeback win at home against Havant & Waterlooville.

Mark Yeates' early header hands Eastleigh successive wins in the National League as they beat Bromley.

Sutton continue their unbeaten start to the season as a scrappy goal from Craig Eastmond hands them a victory at Ebbsfleet.

Leyton Orient pick up their first win of the new National League season, beating Maidstone to maintain their unbeaten start.

BBC Sport's Michael Johnson assesses European sprint champion Dina Asher-Smith's potential to win global championships.

Great Britain's Dina Asher-Smith completes a European Championships sprint double with victory in the 200m final in Berlin.

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