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Harvey Weinstein: Met police investigate new sex assault claims


Harvey Weinstein: Met police investigate new sex assault claims

UK police are investigating three further sexual assault allegations in London involving Harvey Weinstein, the BBC understands. The Metropolitan Police says a second victim alleges she […]

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Somalia: At least 230 dead in Mogadishu blasts


Somalia: At least 230 dead in Mogadishu blasts

A massive bomb attack in a busy area of the Somali capital Mogadishu on Saturday is now known to have killed at least 230 people, police […]

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UK farmers will ‘grow more food’ if no Brexit deal – minister


UK farmers will ‘grow more food’ if no Brexit deal – minister

British farmers would produce more food themselves in the event of the UK leaving the EU without a trade deal, a cabinet minister has suggested. Transport […]

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NHS patients to be asked about sexuality


NHS patients to be asked about sexuality

Health professionals in England are to be told to ask patients aged 16 or over about their sexual orientation, under new NHS guidelines. NHS England said […]

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Kempton Park racecourse: Man dies after stables injury


Kempton Park racecourse: Man dies after stables injury

A stables worker has died after being injured at Kempton Park racecourse. It is thought the groom, who has been named by his employer as Ken […]

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no responses. October 15, 2017 News

Fresh warnings as Hurricane Ophelia heads to UK


Fresh warnings as Hurricane Ophelia heads to UK

The Met Office has issued Northern Ireland with an amber weather warning as Hurricane Ophelia remains on course to hit Ireland and the UK on Monday. […]

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no responses. September 29, 2017 News

Theresa May urged to halt Universal Credit rollout


Theresa May urged to halt Universal Credit rollout

Families could be left homeless and destitute if Theresa May insists on pressing ahead with Universal Credit, a former top adviser has warned. Dame Louise Casey […]

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no responses. September 29, 2017 News

US pulls staff from Cuba over ‘specific attacks’


US pulls staff from Cuba over ‘specific attacks’

The US is withdrawing more than half of its staff at its embassy in Cuba in response to mysterious attacks which left its diplomats unwell. Washington […]

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no responses. September 29, 2017 News

Henry Bolton elected UKIP leader


Henry Bolton elected UKIP leader

Former soldier and police officer Henry Bolton has been elected UKIP leader – the party’s fourth in just over a year. Mr Bolton, who saw off […]

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no responses. September 29, 2017 News

Ryanair backs down over passenger rights for cancellations


Ryanair backs down over passenger rights for cancellations

Ryanair has bowed to regulator demands and spelled out more options on offer to passengers affected by its planned flight disruption. It has avoided possible legal […]

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