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From 'nebulous' to 'kissing': 'Robust' May-Juncker dispute dominates EU summit

Theresa May's dispute with the European Commission president has dominated the final day of a summit in Brussels.

Gary Lineker challenged to a TV debate on Brexit by ex-England teammate Peter Shilton

Former England goalkeeper Peter Shilton has challenged former international teammate Gary Lineker to a live TV debate on Brexit.

Nine drowning sheep rescued from deep icy river in Hertfordshire

Nine sheep have been rescued from a deep icy river in a three-and-a-half hour operation.

Boy, 16, found guilty of hammer murder and rape of Viktorija Sokolova, 14

A teenage boy who inflicted horrific violence to kill a schoolgirl before dumping her body on a park bench has been convicted of rape and murder.

Man caught with £200 of Twirl bars by police on way to Christmas dinner

Man caught with £200 of Twirl bars by police on way to Christmas dinner

Christmas came early for police in Greater Manchester after a man was spotted with a massive haul of stolen chocolate bars.

Fracking paused at Lancashire site after tremors

Fracking paused at Lancashire site after tremors

Cuadrilla has paused fracking at its Preston New Road site in Lancashire after what it describes as a "series of micro-seismic events".

By George! Busy Osborne takes on his ninth job

By George! Busy Osborne takes on his ninth job

George Osborne has joined his brother's Silicon Valley venture capital firm, in a move believed to be his ninth job since leaving government.

Statue of suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst unveiled on women's vote centenary

Statue of suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst unveiled on women's vote centenary

A statue of suffragette leader Emmeline Pankhurst has been unveiled in her birthplace on the 100th anniversary of the first UK election in which women were able to vote.

Dominic Chappell: Former BHS owner must pay total of £124k for breaking pensions law

Dominic Chappell: Former BHS owner must pay total of £124k for breaking pensions law

Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell has been ordered to pay more than £124,000 for breaking pensions law when the retailer collapsed.

Storm Deidre sweeps in bringing heavy snow, freezing rain and gales

Storm Deidre sweeps in bringing heavy snow, freezing rain and gales

The Met Office has issued six weather warnings for snow, ice, heavy rain and strong winds which will produce dangerous travelling conditions this weekend.

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Baby boy attacked by dogs near Peterborough dies in hospital

Baby boy attacked by dogs near Peterborough dies in hospital

A baby boy mauled by two dogs near Peterborough last month has died in hospital.

Santa on the naughty list after 'swearing at children'

Santa on the naughty list after 'swearing at children'

A Santa Claus has been criticised by parents after he allegedly swore at children.

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