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Russia nerve agent row may be turning England fans off
Political tensions between the UK and Russia after the Salisbury nerve agent attack could force some England football fans to alter their travel plans for this summer's FIFA World Cup.
'It wasn't Russia': Ambassador writes letter to Salisbury officer Nick Bailey
Russia's ambassador has written to the police officer treated in hospital after the Salisbury attack, wishing him a "full recovery" and assuring him Russia had "nothing to do with this reckless incident".
CCTV shows men smashing through patio door in 'terrifying' burglary
CCTV has been released of a gang breaking into a house in a terrifying burglary where they dragged around the family's children and squirted an 81-year-old in the face with liquid.
Jeremy Corbyn sacks Owen Smith over call for second EU referendum
Jeremy Corbyn has been accused of a "Stalinist purge" after he sacked Owen Smith - who challenged him for the leadership in 2016 - from the Shadow Cabinet.
Biometric wristbands could help those with autism
A biometric wristband designed to predict epileptic seizures may soon be helping people with severe autism.
Data row firm Cambridge Analytica's offices raided after court order
Eighteen enforcement officers spent the night searching Cambridge Analytica's London office after the High Court granted a warrant.
'Perfect storm' for retailers, warns McDonald's boss
Britain's retailers are facing "a perfect storm" that will see businesses squeezed and more corporate failures, according to the UK boss of McDonald's.
Jeremy Corbyn slammed by Labour MPs for criticising removal of anti-Semitic mural
Jeremy Corbyn has been criticised by his own MPs over his apparent support for an anti-Semitic mural on a street in east London.
UK plastic waste will rocket by over a million tonnes by 2030, says WWF
The amount of plastic which Britons throw away is set rise by a fifth by the end of the next decade - with a 34% rise in crisp packets, 41% more plastic straws and 9% more drinks bottles.
'Devious' Parsons Green bomber Ahmed Hassan jailed for life
A teenage asylum-seeker who detonated a bomb on a rush hour Tube train has been jailed for life with a minimum term of 34 years.