Eleven men are arrested on suspicion of laundering the proceeds of a multimillion-pound alcohol and VAT fraud.
People who might receive treatment for cardiac arrest are told they must choose to opt out of a trial that could see them receive a placebo instead of adrenaline.
Artefacts from the Battle of Waterloo, including Napoleon's red cloak, go on display at Windsor Castle to mark the 200th anniversary of the battle.
No action is to be taken by Thames Valley Police against four of five policemen investigated over the death of a man killed in a police pursuit.
Workers on the multibillion-pound Crossrail project celebrate their latest breakthrough as they tunnel under the City of London.
Gypsy families lose the latest round of a legal battle to prevent their eviction from an illegal camp site in the green belt of Berkshire.
A man is found guilty of the murder of a Polish woman, who was working as a prostitute in Slough.
A rise in the number of people killed on roads in the Thames Valley Police area in 2014 compared to the year before is described as "exceptionally disappointing" by a senior officer.
Jurors in the trial of a teenager accused of helping his brother bury his murdered ex-girlfriend are sent home until Tuesday.
The people who choose to work in giant tunnels
The end of traditional police helmets?
League One side Coventry City sign Reading striker Dominic Samuel on an emergency loan deal until 28 April.
Millwall drop deeper into relegation trouble despite battling with 10 men to earn a goalless draw against Reading.
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