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Storm Barbara hits UK with heavy rain and gale force winds

Forecasters have warned that some locations could see as much as 50mm of rain in a period of between three and six...

Two killed following explosion at shop in west London

Sniffer dogs are being used to search throughout rubble after a gas explosion at a shop in west London, two people are...

‘The Chop’ axed while ‘white supremacist’ tattoos are investigated

Viewers have pointed out that several numbers within the tattoos of contestant Darren Lumsden appeared to have links to white supremacy

Nigeria Police Force ‘open fire on protesters’ in Lagos

Police in Nigeria have reportedly opened fire on protesters in the capital of Lagos following demonstrations against police brutality

Students sent home in half of England’s secondary schools

Around half of secondary schools in England sent home one or more students because of COVID last week, the latest attendance figures...

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Storm Barbara hits UK with heavy rain and gale force winds

Forecasters have warned that some locations could see as much as 50mm of rain in a period of between three and six...

Two killed following explosion at shop in west London

Sniffer dogs are being used to search throughout rubble after a gas explosion at a shop in west London, two people are...

‘The Chop’ axed while ‘white supremacist’ tattoos are investigated

Viewers have pointed out that several numbers within the tattoos of contestant Darren Lumsden appeared to have links to white supremacy

Nigeria Police Force ‘open fire on protesters’ in Lagos

Police in Nigeria have reportedly opened fire on protesters in the capital of Lagos following demonstrations against police brutality

45,000 to lose jobs as Cineworld shuts down UK and US cinemas

Share prices plummet as Cineworld confirms plans to place its screens in winter hibernation with the loss of all staff

Donald Trump’s drive-by during treatment was ‘insanity’, doctor says

The US president briefly left hospital, ahead of his third night of treatment, so he could wave to the crowd

US presidential debate rules to change after chaotic exchange

One measure being discussed is allowing the moderator to turn off microphones when a candidate violates debate rules Debate...

US Presidential debate: Biden and Trump clash on COVID-19 and race

The two Presidential candidates frequently interrupted each other with Joe Biden eventually snapping and saying: "Will you shut up, man?"

German chancellor candidate says Trump win risks transatlantic collapse

A member of Germany's ruling party has said that the re-election of Donald Trump in the U.S. election could endanger the alliance...

Donald Trump’s tax returns published by the New York Times

Trump paid just $750 in federal income taxes in 2016, 2017 - according to an investigation by the New York Times

Alexei Navalny discharged from hospital after nerve agent poisoning

The Russian opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, has now been discharged from the hospital after being treated for poisoning by a novichok agent

Venus shows signs of potential alien life

Microbes unlike any life on Earth could potentially be thriving in the clouds of Venus, according to a new discovery by astronomers

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Storm Barbara hits UK with heavy rain and gale force winds

Forecasters have warned that some locations could see as much as 50mm of rain in a period of between three and six...

Two killed following explosion at shop in west London

Sniffer dogs are being used to search throughout rubble after a gas explosion at a shop in west London, two people are...

‘The Chop’ axed while ‘white supremacist’ tattoos are investigated

Viewers have pointed out that several numbers within the tattoos of contestant Darren Lumsden appeared to have links to white supremacy