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A report from the Independent Police Complaints Commission has criticised Surrey Police.
Britain wants a "deep and special partnership" with the EU after Brexit, Theresa May has told Brussels chiefs in talks at 10 Downing Street.
Film director Jonathan Demme has died aged 73, his publicist has confirmed.
Creon Raftopoulos' side finished 8th in the BBL after a win and a loss over the weekend.
Former world number one Maria Sharapova has won her first match after returning to tennis following a doping ban.
In one instance a 17 year old was seen buying NO2 - or laughing gas.
The US is seeking a peaceful denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula but is "prepared to defend ourselves" in the face of any threat from North Korea, a security briefing has revealed.
US President Donald Trump’s administration has unveiled plans for a drastic overhaul of the country’s tax system, including reducing corporate tax to 15%.
US clothing chain Nordstrom has launched a line of 'dirty' jeans which come with a 'crackled, caked-on muddy coating'.
Megan-Beth Millar is raising money for her grandfather to collect a prestigious medal in Normandy for his part in the D-Day landings in 1944.
Jan Coebergh lives in Hinchley Wood and is part of the group RAGE (Residents Action Group Elmbridge).
How a Guildford charity is helping to change the stigma around mental health.
It follows their two wins last weekend which left them top of the table in Group A.
In a heart-wrenching interview, a Fleet teen describes his fear of being killed if the government sends him back to his home country.
The Police and Crime Commissioner has welcomed recommendations, identifying the important policing issues for young people.
Meg Walker was running as part of a team of five in costume- to raise money for Clic Sargent.
The creator of a work of art that broke a Guinness World Record in Farnborough has shared his inspiration for it.
The exhibition shall be showcasing proposals for a new water mains that will run through Sandhurst and Yateley.
We've had cats with bread on their faces and ice buckets poured over heads but now the next internet craze seems to be... the 'Blow Cup Challenge'.
Your shopping could help disabled Farnham residents to enjoy gardening in the summer weather.
Surrey County Council say it's for money saving purposes.