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Theresa May has described her husband Philip as the "rock" who has supported her through a week of chaotic scenes and Cabinet resignations. [Read More]
A woman who was stabbed to death along with her mother was attacked while on the phone to police, it was revealed last night. [Read More]
Police chiefs should dramatically increase the use of controversial stop and search power to tackle rising gang violence, former Conservative leader Iain Duncan Smith demanded... [Read More]
It has not quite been greeted with the enthusiasm of the bottles of Scotch in the novel Whisky Galore, but the arrival of a cargo... [Read More]
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A BBC correspondent covering the impact of Hurricane Lane in Hawaii had a lucky escape after a tree hit him as he delivered a live... [Read More]
Thousands of pupils will be invited to be among the first to watch a landmark 3D film commemorating the First World War. [Read More]
Queen Mary, the wife of King George V, called it a noxious and dangerous weed, but garden ivy is posing a far greater threat to... [Read More]
British films may struggle to receive future Oscar nominations because of plans to move the awards ceremony forward by two weeks, it has been claimed. [Read More]
The Westminster terror suspect has been charged with two counts of attempted murder by driving a car through crowds outside Parliament. [Read More]
A portrait of Lord Lucan, which hung for decades in Lady Lucan's drawing room after he vanished, has emerged for sale at an auction alongside... [Read More]
A stranded parrot turned the air blue when it verbally abused a crew of firefighters who had came to rescue it from a roof. [Read More]
A stranded parrot turned the air blue when it verbally abused a crew of firefighters who had came to rescue it from a roof. [Read More]
The Royal Mail has launched its first ever parcel postboxes in an attempt to help online shoppers and eBayers. [Read More]
A rare Second World War "ghost" bomb shelter sign has been obliterated by blundering workmen who painted over the London landmark. [Read More]
It was trumpeted as a "unique new initiative for first-time playwrights" to have their work performed at the Edinburgh Fringe, but the BBC's 'Debut' scheme... [Read More]
The writer behind ITV's forthcoming adaptation of Vanity Fair has defended her decision to include a racist scene from the book in the new period... [Read More]
Serena Williams has revealed her "surprise" at a controversial Wimbledon decision to boost her ranking after her return from maternity leave, a move that divided... [Read More]
Despite a massive air campaign in Syria and Iraq, the British government says there is "no evidence" they have killed a single civilian. [Read More]
The UK is set to block an attempt at to investigate into Saudi war crimes in Yemen, prompting dismay among rights groups. [Read More]
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