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Police: No one else was involved in Gaia Pope's death

Police say Gaia Pope suffered no injuries to suggest anyone else was involved in her death.

Mid-air plane crash killed three Britons and Vietnamese man

A mid-air collision between a small plane and a helicopter killed three Britons and one Vietnamese national, police have said.

Gaia Pope's sister 'heartbroken' over loss of 'beautiful twin'

The twin sister of Gaia Pope has said she is "heartbroken" at the loss of her "beautiful twin" after police said they were "confident" they had found the missing teenager's body.

Budget 2017: What do we know of Philip Hammond's plans so far?

Philip Hammond will unveil his Budget on Wednesday and, as usual, there have been briefings, rumours and ministerial wrangling ahead of the Chancellor's set-piece occasion.

Man arrested after 53 phones stolen at Royal Blood gig

A man has been arrested on suspicion of theft after more than 50 mobile phones were stolen at a Royal Blood rock concert in Birmingham.

Tory MP says EU Withdrawal Bill plan increases 'no deal' risk

A Tory MP has labelled the Government's attempts to write the Brexit date into UK law as "madness" - warning that it would increase the risk of Britain leaving the EU without a divorce deal.

British yachtsman Simon Speirs, 60, dies in round-the-world race

A British sailor has died after being washed overboard during one of the world's toughest yacht races.

Philip Hammond's pre-Budget interviews overshadowed by gaffe

Philip Hammond has been accused of being out of touch after claiming "there are no unemployed people" in his pre-Budget interviews.

Songs Of Praise host Aled Jones off air after 'inappropriate contact' claim

Aled Jones will not appear on the BBC while the corporation investigates claims of inappropriate behaviour.

Budget 2017: Philip Hammond to focus on 5G, driverless car testing, AI and housing

Billions of pounds for housing and high-tech industry are expected to be at the centre of Chancellor Philip Hammond's "positive and upbeat" Budget this Wednesday.

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Greggs 'sorry' for replacing Jesus with sausage roll in Christmas advert

Greggs 'sorry' for replacing Jesus with sausage roll in Christmas advert

Greggs has apologised for a Christmas advert that replaced the baby Jesus with a sausage roll in a traditional nativity scene.

Nurseries ban glitter over pollution concerns

Nurseries ban glitter over pollution concerns

A group of nurseries is banning children from using glitter over concerns about pollution.

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