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Theresa May criticises pupils missing school to protest over climate change

Theresa May has criticised pupils who walked out of class to demand action on climate change.

'Italian Job' thieves hunted over Wallsend shopping centre raid

CCTV footage of smash-and-grab raiders driving though a shopping centre has been likened by police to a scene from the 1960s crime classic The Italian Job.

MI6 boss Alex Younger: Runaway IS teens 'potentially very dangerous'

The British teenager who wants to return to the UK after running away to join Islamic State is "potentially very dangerous", the head of MI6 has implied.

Theresa May 'continuing with Plan A' despite Brexit defeat, Andrea Leadsom says

Theresa May will not change course on Brexit despite an embarrassing Commons defeat, one of her ministers has said.

Ryanair flight from Glasgow to Malaga diverted after 'fist fight in aisle'

A Ryanair flight from Glasgow to Malaga had to be diverted after "a full fist fight in the aisle".

January sales drive pre-Brexit shopping spree - ONS

Retail sales rebounded strongly last month as shoppers hunted post-Christmas bargains ahead of Brexit, official figures show.

Hundreds of 'witches' marks' - including entrance to 'hell' - found in caves at Creswell Crags

Hundreds of "witches' marks" have been discovered carved into caves on the border between Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire - with some thought to signal a supposed entrance to "hell".

Mr Kipling blames 'business climate' for Ambrosia sale halt

The owner of the Mr Kipling and Bisto gravy brands has abandoned its auction of Ambrosia amid continued uncertainty over Brexit.

RBS warns of Brexit damage as profits more than double

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) says the Treasury will net almost £1bn in dividends after its annual profits more than doubled but warned Brexit risks hurting its financial recovery.

Prisons minister hails 'significant progress' after tougher security at problem jails

The prisons minister has told Sky News he is "quietly confident" he will be able to keep his job amid indications drug-taking and violence in some jails is beginning to fall.

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Harrogate budget: Six talking points from 2019/2020 financial plan

Could life guards be replaced by cameras? It's just one of the discussions from last week's budget.

A59 CLOSED in both directions at Upper Poppleton

It's after an accident - emergency services are on scene

Health watchdog accuses NHS of misleading council over loss of mental health beds in Harrogate

Councillors fear patients in North Yorkshire may have to travel to the Tees Valley for treatment

Cuts to Pupils Referral Units APPROVED

It means schools such asThe Grove Academy in Harrogate face an uncertain future.

Man arrested in connection with Harrogate robbery

It follows an incident on Sunday.

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