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Fire crews use a rope system to lower the 17-year-old down to the church floor on a stretcher.
Recent collapsed trials may deter convictions in genuine cases, a former lord chief justice warns.
A police station is evacuated "as a precaution" after a gas leak in Swindon closes a main road.
Live coverage of Saturday's League One game between Oxford United and Bury.
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Oliver Mears was arrested on suspicion of rape and sexual assault in 2015 when he was 17 years old.
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Oxford United reject an offer approaching £1m for midfielder Ryan Ledson, BBC Radio Oxford reports.
Oxford professor Liz Frood was fit and healthy until she was struck by what she thought was a stomach bug.
The Newsnight presenter speaks about being harassed by a former friend for more than two decades.
The "conflict resolution training" is to help staff deal better with vulnerable people, the trust says.
Guinness World Record holder Adham Fisher was invited to Oxford to try out its buses.
A judge demanded an explanation after Edward Vines wrote to the Newsnight presenter from prison.
Simon Pont's son Robert had Chronic Kidney Disease.
George 'Johnny' Johnson had good advice for a young Flying Officer.
Removing Thames Valley Police's horse unit is one of three options to be discussed at a budget meeting.
League One side Blackburn Rovers sign Huddersfield Town forward Jack Payne on loan for the rest of the season.
Edward Vines inflicted "psychological torture" on Emily Maitlis despite court orders against him.
Robert Kubica is named Williams reserve driver, seven years after suffering life-changing injuries in a crash, as Sergey Sirotkin takes race driver spot.
Plans for three quarries could "spoil" the setting of TE Lawrence's grave in a Dorset churchyard.