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'Broken' care system for most vulnerable

21 May 2019 01:19

Patients with mental health problems, autism and learning disabilities are being let down, a report says.

Don't be complacent over laughing gas risks, say nurses

21 May 2019 01:13

Nurses are warning drug use can cause breathing and heart problems - and sometimes death.

Police arrest 586 people in county lines crackdown

21 May 2019 00:29

Drugs, guns, knives and cash were seized by police across the UK in week-long operation.

Shetland among top European tourist spots, says Lonely Planet

21 May 2019 00:24

Shetland - and its "spectacular" wildlife - is the only UK destination to feature in the Lonely Planet list of places to visit.

Brexit: Hammond to warn Tories over no-deal 'hijack'

20 May 2019 23:59

The chancellor claims a no-deal Brexit would cause harm and "hijack the result of the referendum".

The Glyndebourne opera singer who started by chance

20 May 2019 23:35

Chorus singer Darwin Prakash never intended to sing professionally until a chance meeting five years ago.

Mountaineers climb artwork in Birmingham underpass

20 May 2019 23:26

The "forgotten" Brutalist murals beneath a flyover could become a magnet for climbers.

Middlesbrough: Keeping the flames alive at final foundry

20 May 2019 23:09

Sam Turner is the youngest member of a foundry team and is keen to keep the skills alive.

Premier League clubs 'fail to cash in on stadium rights'

20 May 2019 23:01

Teams are missing out on £142m, with Man United's ground the most valuable asset, a report says.

Electric cars still need to win over UK drivers

20 May 2019 23:01

Only one in four people would consider buying a fully electric car in the next five years, a study says.

Newspaper headlines: Farage 'shake-down' and Trump tea with Charles

20 May 2019 22:23

Images of the Brexit Party leader appear on many front pages after a man threw a milkshake at him.

PC attacked in Twickenham with hammer by teens on moped

20 May 2019 21:25

The officer was hit on the head while attempting to stop two youths seen acting suspiciously.

Nigel Farage: Milkshake thrown at Brexit Party leader

20 May 2019 21:05

Video footage shows Nigel Farage having a milkshake thrown at him during a campaign walkabout.

Manchester City open-top bus parade held

20 May 2019 20:23

Thousands come out to celebrate and cheer on the Manchester City treble-winning team.

Heart scan 'could pick up signs of sudden death risk'

20 May 2019 20:20

Researchers used detailed images of the heart to look for signs of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

Greenpeace protest at BP's head office ends with arrests

20 May 2019 20:17

The activists had hoped to stay in the boxes which were blocking entrances to BP's head office for several days.

Manchester City fans cheer on heroes after treble triumph

20 May 2019 19:58

Fans partied on the streets of Manchester as an open-top bus paraded through the city.

Chef Gary Usher offered a homeless man work - but now what?

20 May 2019 19:21

A top chef has offered a homeless man a job - but how does someone manage work when they've no home?

Is there a problem with salmon farming?

20 May 2019 19:10

Marine biologist and diver David Ainsley is concerned about the effect fish farms have on marine life.

Lord Heseltine loses Tory whip after endorsing the Lib Dems

20 May 2019 19:01

The Tory peer has been disciplined after saying he would back the Lib Dems in European elections.

RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019: In pictures

20 May 2019 18:36

A photographic tour of some of the highlights of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

Chessington surprise: Pupils go to theme park instead of exam

20 May 2019 17:50

Students were "tricked" into thinking they would be sitting a SATs test, but spent the day on rides.

European elections 2019: What are the rules on party funding?

20 May 2019 15:41

There are strict rules around party donations, but how do they work?

Hopscotch chalk ban overturned after outcry from parents

20 May 2019 15:12

Children in a housing development had been banned from using chalk to draw grids on a path.

When women experts are not taken seriously

20 May 2019 13:52

A Twitter thread on "having a PhD whilst female" inspires stories of having work expertise accepted.

Brexit: Is there a 10-year-rule to sort out trade?

20 May 2019 12:40

Does a trade law exist that would allow the UK to continue without tariffs for 10 years?

Eurovision: Is Brexit to blame for the UK's latest flop?

20 May 2019 12:27

Some put the UK's last-place finish down to a Brexit backlash, but there are other factors at work.

Game of Thrones finale gets mixed response

20 May 2019 08:25

No plot spoilers - but fans and critics have been weighing in on the finale of season eight.

European elections 2019: Views from centre of England

20 May 2019 00:36

What do people living in the village of Meriden think about the EU elections?

We Are Middlesbrough: Sheesiders are 'the ultimate girl group'

19 May 2019 23:17

Two friends set up a "girl group" to save women from "toxic friendships" and loneliness in Middlesbrough.

Sala father: 'My son was abandoned for fatal flight'

19 May 2019 23:00

Family and friends of Emiliano Sala say they want someone to be held accountable for his death.

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