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Met Office issues ice warning as snow hits UK

22 Jan 2019 21:02


Motorists are being warned of hazardous driving conditions for Wednesday morning.


'Dozens' of British troops diagnosed with Q fever

22 Jan 2019 20:44


It comes as a former soldier sues the MoD after catching the disease while serving in Afghanistan.


Man admits voyeurism and indecent image charges

22 Jan 2019 20:26


Carl Beech, 50, filmed a boy in a toilet and made or possessed over 300 indecent images of children.


No-deal Brexit 'means hard border' - European Commission

22 Jan 2019 19:43


No deal makes hard border obvious, says EC spokesman, but Irish government calls that unacceptable.


#GetTonyAFlypast: Pensioner’s wish to mark fatal bomber crash granted

22 Jan 2019 19:09


After #GetTonyAFlypast started trending online the RAF have said they’ll perform a flyby to commemorate the anniversary of 10 airmen’s deaths.


Jack Shepherd: Speedboat killer family 'must help police'

22 Jan 2019 18:37


Charlotte Brown's family speak following a meeting with the home secretary about the case.


Dyson to move head office to Singapore

22 Jan 2019 18:29


Two senior executives will move from Wiltshire but no jobs will be lost in the process.


Emiliano Sala: Search for Cardiff City FC player's plane suspended

22 Jan 2019 18:06


Cardiff City's Emiliano Sala was on board an aircraft which vanished over the Channel Islands.


Child's death linked to Glasgow hospital pigeon infection

22 Jan 2019 17:58


The fungus from bird droppings was a "contributing factor" in the death of the youngster at a Glasgow hospital.


Dambusters couple's funeral: Hundreds pay respects

22 Jan 2019 17:42


The coffins of Victor and Edna Barnett were carried in by pall bearers from RAF Cosford.


Instagram 'helped kill my daughter'

22 Jan 2019 17:38


After Molly Russell took her own life, her family found distressing material through her Instagram account.


Pigeon droppings health risk - should you worry?

22 Jan 2019 17:04


A child's death at a hospital in Glasgow has been linked to an infection spread by bird droppings.


Women's Equality Party: Sophie Walker quits as leader

22 Jan 2019 16:32


Sophie Walker announces her decision after four years as head of the Women's Equality Party.


Oscars 2019: James Bulger's mother 'disgusted' over nomination

22 Jan 2019 16:20


Denise Fergus criticises the Academy for nominating a film about her son's young killers.


Brexit: A guide to MPs' Brexit amendments

22 Jan 2019 16:14


How MPs hope to change the Brexit process when Theresa May brings the issue back to the Commons.


Travelodge Liverpool: Digger driver wrecks hotel reception

22 Jan 2019 16:11


A builder drove through the doors of the new Travelodge and repeatedly smashed into the building.


'Very lucky pony' saved from neck-deep mud in Essex

22 Jan 2019 16:08


The RSPCA said it was "total chance" the pony was found and she was "very lucky to have been spotted".


We could wreck natural world, David Attenborough tells Prince William

22 Jan 2019 16:05


The naturalist tells Prince William people must look after the natural world, or it will be wrecked.


Rising debts affected woman's mental health issues

22 Jan 2019 10:57


Rayna Davies says the debts began to build up after the death of her partners.


'Hungry' gerbil rescued by armed police in Derby

22 Jan 2019 10:28


It had been abandoned by its owner who was in jail and refusing to give the RSPCA the address.


Brexit: Your simple guide to the UK leaving the EU

22 Jan 2019 10:15


Feeling a little lost about what's going on with Brexit? Here's our basic guide.


Marie Kondo: Are charity shops feeling the effect?

22 Jan 2019 01:54


Shops say they have seen a spike in donations since the Netflix de-cluttering show launched.


When your dad decides to do the same apprenticeship as you

22 Jan 2019 01:41


Dominic Foster and his dad John are on the same apprenticeship at the same company.


Brexit: What is Labour's customs union policy?

22 Jan 2019 01:40


Labour wants a new customs arrangement with the EU, but how would it work?


'I'm mixed-race, is Cambridge University right for me?'

22 Jan 2019 01:40


Anoushka has been offered a place at Cambridge. But she's mixed race and worries she won't fit in. Should she accept the offer?


Why is Wales used as a unit of measurement?

22 Jan 2019 01:37


From nuclear blasts to deforestation - why one corner of the UK offers a handy size comparison.


The state of Scotland’s housing market in four charts

22 Jan 2019 00:31


Some buyers and renters find supply and demand issues are thwarting their dreams of a new place to live.


The teen Primark model with vitiligo

22 Jan 2019 00:07


Kaiden Williams, 13, recently featured in a campaign for the clothes store and is inspiring others.


The secret to a good deal, according to the professionals

22 Jan 2019 00:02


A car salesman, estate agent and divorce lawyer have some tips that might just help end May and Trump's stalemates.


Brexit: Cameron told me 'no risk of referendum', says Tusk

21 Jan 2019 22:43


European Council President Donald Tusk describes a conversation with former British Prime Minister David Cameron.


Is it OK to take the pill every day without a break?

21 Jan 2019 20:22


Women can avoid monthly bleeding if they run oral contraceptive pill packets back to back - but is it safe?


How Bournemouth's 'streaming' nurses ease A&E pressure

21 Jan 2019 18:19


A Bournemouth hospital is stationing a nurse at its A&E entrance to redirect non-emergency cases.


How do you apply for settled status after Brexit?

21 Jan 2019 17:43


BBC reporter Helene Daouphars (who is French) looks at how to apply for settled status.


Sickle cell in the spotlight thanks to BBC show

21 Jan 2019 17:04


Sickle cell carriers took to social media to praise the show's portrayal of the genetic disease.


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