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Police investigating Bestival death release man

A man who was arrested in relation to the death of a woman at Bestival has been released under investigation.

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Government criticised over a huge rise in homelessness

The government has not evaluated the impact of its welfare reforms on homelessness, according to the National Audit Office.

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New Apple Watch that makes calls turns fantasy into reality

More than two years after releasing the Apple Watch, Apple Inc has finally been able to replicate 1940s comic strip technology, an advance that analysts say will spur sales.

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Family sentenced for modern-day slavery operation

The court heard how the gang were 'ruthless' and 'merciless'

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'Monster fatberg' blocks London sewer

The ball of congealed fat, wet wipes and other waste measures more than three football pitches.

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Scottish Government asks Holyrood to reject Brexit Bill

The approval of the devolved parliaments in Scotland and Wales does not represent a veto to the Brexit process, although it would stretch Britain's constitutional tensions

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Police and prison officers to get pay rise

After seven years of tightly controlled public sector pay, police and prison officers will be the first to benefit from the new position.

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Britain 'committed' to security with the EU

"In tackling the diverse, changing threats we all face today, it is in the interests of both the EU and UK that we ensure cooperation on European security."

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Florida Keys evacuees told they cannot return home after Irma

Residents who fled the Florida Keys due to Hurricane Irma, have been told not to return home until the full extent of the damage has been assessed.

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Brexit law passes hurdle in reprieve for British PM

MP's have backed legislation to sever ties with the European Union, a reprieve for Theresa May who now faces demands for concessions before it becomes law.

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Two British soldiers among those charged with terror offences

Three men, including two British soldiers have been charged with terrorism offences as part of an investigation into the banned neo-Nazi group National Action.

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Allies in Asia welcome new U.N. sanctions on N.Korea

Major U.S. allies in Asia have welcomed the U.N. Security Council's unanimous vote to step up sanctions on North Korea.

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Sobering evidence on drinking during pregnancy

New research from the University of Bristol suggests that consuming even small amounts of alcohol may be linked with having a small baby and delivering prematurely.

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MPs need to approve DUP's £1bn deal

After losing her majority at the vote, May's Conservative Party secured the support of the Democratic Unionist Party which allowed her to form a minority government.

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Edinburgh panda pregnancy 'false alarm'

Britain's only female giant panda bear will not give birth this year, dashing hopes that she was about to produce the first panda cubs born in the country.

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Man charged following stabbing at Birmingham church

Police investigating a stabbing on Sunday morning at a church in the Aston area of Birmingham have charged a man with attempted murder.

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Davis warns blocking EU repeal bill is vote for chaotic Brexit

Refusing to back legislation to sever Britain's ties with the European Union would be a vote for a chaotic Brexit, Brexit minister David Davis said ahead of a vote on Monday.

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6 million homes without power after Irma

A weakening but still potent Hurricane Irma is lashing Florida's Gulf Coast, leaving millions of homes without power.

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U.N. to vote on new N.Korea sanctions on Monday

The U.N. Security Council is set to vote on Monday afternoon on a watered-down U.S.-drafted resolution to impose new sanctions on North Korea over its latest nuclear test.

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Call for mobile industry to introduce driving mode

A group of road charities have written to mobile phone companies urging them to include an 'opt out' driving mode as standard across all handsets.

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Heavy 'squeals' as Hurricane makes landfall in the US

​Hurricane Irma was about 110 miles southeast of Key West, Florida when heavy squalls carrying tornadoes were heard

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