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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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Neighbouring states open homes for those fleeing Florida

​As hundreds of thousands of Floridians flee Hurricane Irma, people in the state of Georgia have opened their homes to strangers.

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Thousands without power as Hurricane Irma hits Florida

​Hurricane Irma's northern edge crashed into the Florida Keys on Sunday, bringing a double barrel threat of destructive winds and life-threatening storm surges that sparked one of the largest evacuations in U.S. history.

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Blair says UK doesn't need to curb EU immigration

​Tony Blair says Britain could bring in tough new controls on immigration from the EU without actually having to leave the bloc

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PM keen to shake off 'robotic' tag claims to voters

​Armed with a tupperware box full of home-made chocolate brownies, Theresa May has moved to deny claims she's robotic

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Mexico's strongest quake in 85 years kills dozens

More than 60 people have died in the most powerful earthquake to hit Mexico in over eight decades.

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Displaying food hygiene ratings must be made mandatory

All food premises in England should be forced to display ‘Scores on the Doors’ ratings when EU laws governing food safety are converted into UK law after Brexit.

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Hurricane Irma strengthens and makes landfall in Cuba

Hurricane Irma hit Cuba's northern coast on Saturday as a Category 5 storm, so far 21 people have been killed in the eastern Caribbean.

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Manchester Arena reopens with benefit concert

Manchester Arena officially reopens with a benefit concert to raise money for the victims of the terror attack in May.

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Up to £645m to become available for superfast broadband

The success of the Government’s superfast broadband rollout programme means that a total of up to £645m is to be made available over the coming years.

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Three quarters of parents don't know CPR

​New research by British Red Cross shows that three out of four parents in the UK would not be able to save their baby from choking

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Hurricane Irma kills 14 as the storm now heads for Florida

​The eye of Hurricane Irma grazed the Turks and Caicos Islands on Thursday, rattling buildings after it smashed a string of Caribbean islands as one of the most powerful Atlantic storms in a century, killing 14 people on its way to Florida.

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Fears of power loss as Irma heads towards Florida

​Hurricane Irma poses a bigger menace to power supplies in Florida than Harvey did in Texas because it's packing near 200 mph winds.

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At least 26 dead after Mexico earthquake

An earthquake of magnitude 8 has struck off the southern coast of Mexico shaking buildings across the centre and south of the country.

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Drinks industry accused of distorting cancer risk

​The alcohol industry uses denial, distortion and distraction to mislead people about the risks of cancer from drinking according to researchers

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Hate crime against LGBT people almost doubles in 4 years

Gay rights group Stonewall described the trend as "alarming", with these high levels of abuse leaving many people feeling unsafe.

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Brexit Bill is vital for an orderly exit - Davis

The Brexit Secretary told MPs the EU Withdrawal Bill would allow the government to make sure the statute book works on the day Britain leaves the EU.

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Birmingham beats Liverpool to Britain's Commonwealth Games bid

Birmingham’s bid was considered particularly strong on its management of risk.

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At least 10 dead as Hurricane Irma wreaks 'absolute devastation'

​Hurricane Irma has left a trail of "absolute devastation" as it tore across the tiny Caribbean island of Barbuda on Wednesday with 185-mile-per-hour winds.

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Florida residents told to heed Hurricane warnings

​Hurricane Harvey's destruction may not have altered Florida's storm plans, but it appears to have infused residents with a sense of urgency.

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