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Former England footballer Paul Gascoigne (PA Images)

Paul Gascoigne charged with sexual assault

Former England footballer Paul Gascoigne has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman on a train.

Gascoigne protested his innocence on Twitter, claiming he stepped in to help after the woman was called a ‘fat cow’.

The 51-year-old was arrested at Durham Station on 20 August and will appear in court next month.

Checks after fake psychiatrist employed for 22 years

The records of up to 3,000 foreign doctors are being urgently checked after it emerged a fake psychiatrist was allowed to practise for 22 years with no qualification.

Zholia Alemi claimed she had a primary medical qualification from the University of Auckland in New Zealand when she moved to the UK in 1995.

The 55-year-old was jailed for fraud in October this year after she changed an elderly patient’s will to make herself a beneficiary.

Baby boy in critical condition after dog attack

Baby boy fighting for his life after dog attack (PA)

A baby boy has been left fighting for his life in hospital after being savaged by a dog.

A man and a woman have been arrested for child neglect after the attack in Cambridgeshire.

Two Staffordshire Bull Terriers were removed from the house by police.

Least trusted professions in the UK have been revealed

Advertising executives are the most untrustworthy workers in the UK.

The Veracity Index is the longest-running poll on trust in professions in Britain, and measures public confidence in the workforce.

The other jobs at the bottom of the scale were politicians, journalists and estate agents.