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Police dig at double killer Christopher Halliwell's former home

Police are digging up the garden of a house where double killer Christopher Halliwell once lived.

Vauxhall future: Peugeot 'takes pride' in not closing plants

The business secretary Greg Clark has told MPs "we start from a position of strength", as Vauxhall workers fret over a potential takeover by Peugeot (PSA) amid uncertainty over the UK's future outside the EU.

Theresa May makes appearance in the House of Lords as peers debate Brexit

The Prime Minister made a brief appearance in the House of Lords as peers in the upper chamber started debating the Government's Brexit bill.

Hammer killer 'slept next to girlfriend after brutal attack'

A man bludgeoned his girlfriend to death with a lump hammer before spending the night sleeping next to her body in bed, a court has heard.

Economy 'would take £328m hit if migrants downed tools for a day'

The UK economy would take a £328m hit if all migrant workers downed tools for a day, according to new research.

Digital bank Atom tries to find its voice with £4m Will.i.am deal

One of Britain's new breed of banking start-ups has struck a deal with Will.i.am, the rapper and producer, that includes handing him an option over a multimillion pound stake in the business.

Seven sports fail to reverse Tokyo 2020 funding cuts

Seven sports that lost all public funding ahead of Tokyo 2020 have had their appeals to UK Sport rejected.

UKIP officials quit party because of 'crass insensitivity' over Hillsborough

Two senior UKIP officials have quit the party because of its "crass insensitivity" over the Hillsborough disaster.

Beatles stars Paul and Ringo come together for new album

The last two living members of The Beatles have come together for the first time in seven years to record a new studio album.

Islamic State claims Briton carried out Mosul suicide attack

A British suicide bomber has blown up a vehicle full of explosives near the Iraqi city of Mosul, IS said in a statement reported by the SITE Intelligence Group.

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Boy, 2, dies after being found in river

Boy, 2, dies after being found in river

A two-year old boy has died, after being recovered from a river.

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