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Family of brain-damaged serviceman seeks Russian treatment

A serviceman in his late 20s who suffered brain damage when assaulted might get specialist treatment at a clinic in Russia.

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Sir Michael Parkinson blasts lack of Government funding in North of England

Sir Michael Parkinson has criticised a lack of Government investment in towns across the North of England.

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Theresa May vows to protect pensions from 'irresponsible bosses'

Theresa May has revealed plans to stop "irresponsible bosses" bringing about a repeat of the BHS scandal which saw retail tycoon Sir Philip Green branded the "unacceptable face of capitalism".

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Duke and Duchess of Cambridge to celebrate Princess Charlotte's second birthday

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will celebrate their daughter Princess Charlotte's second birthday on Tuesday.

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Man arrested over fatal stabbing on London bus

A man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering a 48-year-old man who was stabbed to death on a bus.

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MPs in call to boost research in regenerative medicine

Ministers should work with the NHS to boost research into new stem cell therapies and introduce a fast-track system for bringing them to patients, MPs have said.

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Supermarkets should sell 'wonky veg' to help cut food waste

Supermarkets should sell "wonky veg" as part of their main fruit and vegetable lines to help cut food waste, MPs have urged.

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Boy, four, dies after being hit by car in Leeds

A four-year-old boy has died after being hit by a car outside a medical centre.

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UK must improve 'lackadaisical' response to modern slavery, MPs say

Theresa May has been urged by MPs to step up Britain's response to modern slavery because victims face a "lackadaisical" response to their "unimaginable" suffering which can leave them destitute while their abusers go free.

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McCanns: We've seen the worst and best of human nature

Madeleine McCann's parents admit they have been shocked by hurtful online abuse - but prefer to focus on the kindness shown towards them by well-wishers over the past decade.

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Kate and Gerry McCann vow to do 'whatever it takes' to find Madeleine

The parents of Madeleine McCann have vowed to do "whatever it takes for as long as it takes" to find her as they prepare to mark the tenth anniversary of her disappearance.

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May urges Scottish voters to reject SNP after Corbyn slams her 'simple slogans'

Theresa May has urged Scottish voters to stand up against SNP "separatists" and again pitched her "strong and stable leadership" after being accused by Jeremy Corbyn of relying on "simple slogans".

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Ukip leader to stand in Boston and Skegness

Ukip leader Paul Nuttall is to stand as a candidate in Boston and Skegness in the General Election, the party has said.

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Corbyn 'not rebranding himself' as he delivers his most personal campaign speech

Jeremy Corbyn has rejected the suggestion that he is attempting to rebrand himself as an ally quipped that it would be impossible to do that with someone who "has been doing the same thing for 35 years".

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Jane Danson reveals how she struggled with Corrie fame and barely left house

Coronation Street star Jane Danson has said she struggled with fame so much after joining the soap that she barely left her house for a year.

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Japan's premier will 'continue to trust British economy after Brexit'

Japan's prime minister has said he will "continue to trust" the UK's economy after Brexit has taken place, as he states that maintaining an open Europe is a matter of concern to the world.

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Heads 'could bring in four-and-a-half day week with rising funding crisis'

Headteachers could introduce a four-and-a-half day week as a "last resort" ami d a growing funding crisis.

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Heads warn test and exam results 'can be manipulated by politicians'

Headteachers have raised concerns that test and exam results can be manipulated by politicians to suit their own agenda.

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Hundreds seeking compensation over ops by convicted breast surgeon

Hundreds of private patients of a surgeon convicted of carrying out needless breast operations are seeking compensation over the "devastation" wreaked by his crimes.

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Final guidelines for EU's negotiating position on Brexit

A comparison between the draft EU negotiating guidelines and the final framework adopted at the European Council summit show only a small number of amendments.

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