Police failed to solve any burglaries in nearly half of the country's neighbourhoods, data reveals

Of more than 32,000 areas, 46 per cent had all their burglary cases in a 3-year period closed with no suspect charged. Without any CCTV evidence, probes can often be closed within hours.
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US relations tipped to plummet as Biden allies sound alarm over Truss's Brexit stance
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Joe Lycett apologises after Joe Pasquale’s picture is used on his tour posters
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EU warned trade war with China would cost Germany six times more than Brexit
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Stradivarius ruled out of Lonsdale Cup at York with injury
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Zimbabweans hit by soaring inflation: Will gold coins help?
Rising prices and a fast depreciating currency have pushed many in Zimbabwe to the brink, reminding people of when the southern African country faced world-record inflation of 5 billion% in 2008
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No Tube: London subway hit by strike, day after rail walkout
A strike by London Underground workers brought the British capital’s transit network to a grinding halt
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Travis Barker tests positive for Covid-19 after battle with pancreatitis
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Blake Lively’s sister Robyn says Gossip Girl star’s children ‘are mine as if I gave birth to them’
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Married At First Sight Australia star admits drug trafficking in court alongside new bride-to-be
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Astronaut Nicole Aunapu Mann will be first Native American woman to travel to space
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Four in 10 under-30s locked into rent contracts that exceed 30% of pay
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Steve Cooper enjoying Nottingham Forest spending spree
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Taylor Lautner Is Getting Married, And His Wife's Name Could Be Super Awkward
!function(n){if(!window.cnx){window.cnx={},window.cnx.cmd=[];var t=n.createElement('iframe');t.display='none',t.onload=function(){var n=t.contentWindow.document,c=n.createElement('script');c.src='//cd.connatix.com/connatix.player.js',c.setAttribute('async','1'),c.setAttribute('type','text/javascript'),n.body.appendChild(c)},n.head.appendChild(t)}}(document); (new Image()).src = 'https://capi.connatix.com/tr/si?token=ff7fdddc-5441-4253-abc4-f12a33fad58b'; cnx.cmd.push(function () { cnx({ mediaId: "202b9070-d141-47a2-be2b-dbf76835e941", playerId: "ff7fdddc-5441-4253-abc4-f12a33fad58b" }).render("62ff4268e4b0f48a020621c2"); }); Twilight star Taylor Lautner is getting married to someone whose name could make social outings confusing.The actor discussed his proposal to his namesake Taylor Dome during an appearance on The Kelly Clarkson Show.Taylor showed off pictures of his 2021 proposal to his wife-to-be, a nurse he’s reportedly dated since 2018, in front of a neon “Lautner” sign.“I love that you have the neon sign like, ‘Are you into this last name?’” Kelly said.“Cause we already share one name, so it’s going to be extra complicated,” Taylor responded.“We’re literally going to be the same person.”Taylor Lautner and Taylor DomeTaylor also explained to the host that he and his fiancée need to keep “it super simple or complicated” when they refer to each other.He elaborated that he goes by his full first name, whereas Dome goes by “Tay.”“Or a lot of people just [say] ‘boy Tay’ and ‘girl Tay,’” he added.You can watch more of Taylor’s interview below...Taylor’s wife-to-be isn’t the only Taylor he’s ever been paired with.He had a brief relationship with Taylor Swift beginning when the two filmed Valentine’s Day, a rom-com featuring the two stars, in 2009.The pair broke up in the same year, and Taylor claimed he was the inspiration behind her song Back to December.MORE ENTERTAINMENT:Twilight Director Reveals He Refused To Cast Taylor Swift, But She Got The Last LaughLinda Evangelista Reveals Her Face, Jaw And Neck Were Taped Back For Vogue Cover ShootWe've Seen House Of The Dragon. Here's 10 Reasons For Game Of Thrones Fans To Get Excited
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Michael Buble's sister-in-law cheats death in horrific road smash
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Ukraine war: Explosions rock munitions store inside Russia as villages are evacuated
Explosions have rocked a munitions store in the Belgorod region of Russia with video appearing to show massive flames from the facility
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Manslaughter arrests update after human remains found at Oldham mill
Two people were arrested yesterday on suspicion of manslaughter, drugs and organised crime offences
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Angry Vogue Williams slams 'awful' passenger who refused to swap seats on a plane
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Kamaru Usman explains why he won't fight Israel Adesanaya despite middleweight aim
Welterweight champion Usman has toyed with the prospect of skipping middleweight on his move up to become a double champion, going straight up to light-heavyweight; 35lb heavier
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Hannah Montana casting director reveals the two stars who almost beat Miley Cyrus to iconic role
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Tory Grant Shapps warns he'll FORCE through rail changes against striking workers' will
The Transport Secretary announced he is 'moving to' imposing changes to things like Sunday working hours without full consultation - after unions warned strikes will continue "for as long as it takes"
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How did Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt’s divorce get so messy?
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Vladimir Putin is losing information war in Ukraine, says UK spy chief
But Russia’s propaganda could risk ‘blunting international outrage’ over the invasion, he warned
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Nomad Century: How to Survive the Climate Upheaval review – humanity on the move
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How to grab the best bargains – or make some extra cash – at car boot sales
Whether you’re buying or selling, here’s how to be car boot sale savvy. By Vicky Shaw.
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Neighbours legend Annie Jones confirmed for farewell tour
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Ukraine LIVE: Horror as vehicles 'filled with explosives' reported INSIDE nuclear plant
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EFL weekend preview as Steve Bruce faces early pressure at West Brom
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Ronaldinho explains difference Gabriel Jesus is facing at Arsenal after Man City exit
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We 'signed' Thomas Meunier for Man United to answer right-back transfer question
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Gary Neville sends warning to Glazers over selling Man Utd to US investors Apollo
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Inflation fuels jump in government debt costs as borrowing hits £4.9bn
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Overseas hiring spree planned for care homes in England amid winter fears
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A-Level student opens unexpected results live on GMB
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Just Eat Takeaway sells iFood stake in £1.5 billion deal
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