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Company bosses face fines in crackdown on nuisance calls

Company directors whose firms make nuisance calls will now be directly liable and could face fines of up to £500,000.

Brexit battle: Theresa May to reject growing calls for second EU referendum

Theresa May is to reject the growing calls from MPs for a new Brexit referendum, claiming it would be a breach of faith with voters.

Team Sky cyclist Geraint Thomas wins BBC Sports Personality of the Year

Team Sky cyclist Geraint Thomas has been named BBC Sports Personality of the Year.

Two women die in Woodhead Pass car crash in icy conditions

Two people have died in a car crash during the weekend's icy weather.

Is the public falling out of love with Meghan over rumours of tantrums?

Is the public falling out of love with Meghan over rumours of tantrums?

It's all anyone wants to talk to me about, Meghan and those rumours. 

Russia using 'hardcore propaganda' against UK, warns top diplomat

Russia using 'hardcore propaganda' against UK, warns top diplomat

Latvia has raised concerns with Britain over what one diplomat described as "hardcore propaganda" against the UK and its allies aired by two Russian-language television channels that are registered in London.

Woman arrested for suspected drink driving after car ends up in tree

Woman arrested for suspected drink driving after car ends up in tree

A woman has been arrested on suspicion of drink driving after a crash that left a car vertical in a tree.

Where do former prime ministers and ex-party leaders stand on Brexit?

Where do former prime ministers and ex-party leaders stand on Brexit?

Tony Blair and Theresa May have been embroiled in a public row after she accused him of "undermining" the EU divorce talks by calling for a second Brexit referendum.

UK weather forecast: Storm Deirdre sweeps in bringing heavy snow, freezing rain and gales

UK weather forecast: Storm Deirdre sweeps in bringing heavy snow, freezing rain and gales

Ice, snow and freezing rain caused delays and treacherous driving conditions on one of the last major shopping days before Christmas.

Butcher offers free Christmas dinners to people struggling with Universal Credit

Butcher offers free Christmas dinners to people struggling with Universal Credit

A West Yorkshire butcher is offering free Christmas dinners to people struggling with delays to Universal Credit payments.

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