BBC News - Cambridgeshire
The small porcelain figure was "whipped from under our noses", the store manager says.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan was invited to the opening by musician Yusuf Islam, formerly known as Cat Stevens.
Part of a factory is transformed to look like a pub and beach to encourage workers to mix.
A hospital's pain management of Adam Hurst, who had a rare hernia, was "inadequate", bosses accept.
"Tom" uses cameras to map every square centimetre of a field.
Benyamin Hussain died after he hit his head following a single punch in Cambridge.
Customers are hit by a spate of problems as a rail company replaces 169 old trains.
Usman Khan went on counter-terror schemes in prison which have not been evaluated, the BBC finds.