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A man has died after a stabbing in Norwich city centre, triggering a murder probe.
Nearly two-thirds (64%) of drivers remain unaware of the consequences of being caught using a handheld phone more than 12 months after punishments were toughened.
Boris Johnson has urged the Prime Minister to deliver a “full British Brexit” as Cabinet colleagues warned the UK is able to walk away without a deal.
Internet addiction help on the NHS, evictions for the families of violent criminals and, of course, Brexit, are among a range of stories on Saturday’s front pages.
The Great Exhibition Of The North got off to a spectacular start with an opening event around the River Tyne in Newcastle and Gateshead. Drones and fireworks provided an aerial spectacle for an estimated 20,000 gathered on the quayside. The Exhibition is intended to showcase the North and counter suggestions that it is in decline.
Theresa May is not “bluffing” by saying she is prepared to walk away from the European Union without a deal, Liam Fox said.
Boris Johnson urged the Prime Minister to deliver a “full British Brexit” as Cabinet colleague Liam Fox said the UK was not “bluffing” about being prepared to walk away from talks with Brussels.
A crowd of 20,000 people gathered on the banks of the Tyne for a spectacular celebration of Northern culture which launched a major exhibition.
A hospital is set to launch an NHS-funded internet addiction centre.
The government watchdog has launched an investigation after an A-level maths paper was allegedly leaked online, just a day before thousands of students were due to sit the exam.
The family of a late resident at a heavily criticised care home have protested at the offices of inspectors, demanding accountability.
The UK should take part in Europe-wide schemes to resettle migrants even after leaving the EU, Jeremy Corbyn said.
A pair of shipwreck divers who stripped thousands of pounds worth of metal from a sunken ship have been jailed.
Sarah, Duchess of York was granted a rare privilege when she joined the Queen in her box At Royal Ascot – and even shared a joke.
Former world number one tennis player Boris Becker insisted he has a genuine diplomatic passport from the Central African Republic after officials dismissed it as a fake.
A grandfather rescued from Nazi Germany by the Kindertransport almost 80 years ago has described himself as “a lucky guy” after cycling the route the train took with his son and grandson.
Belfast will no longer host the Commonwealth Youth Games after organisers failed to secure government funding for the event.
Early arrivals in Nizhny Novgorod for England’s second World Cup group game have expressed their disappointment at low supporter numbers.
The prison population has fallen to its lowest level since the start of this decade after a jump in the number of offenders living in the community under an early release scheme.
Two Welsh MPs were sent an email from Sajid Javid explaining how they could apply for settled status in the UK after Brexit.
Donald Trump has repeated his threat to introduce tariffs on European car imports, on the day EU reprisals against US steel levies came into force.
A school with fees of £8,000 a term has been criticised for including a lunch of baked potatoes in an “austerity day”.
Outrageous hats were all the rage at Royal Ascot as punters gambling on the colour of the Queen’s hat correctly guessed green.
A former commander in the Royal Navy and former senior member of staff at Coutts has been jailed for seven years and six months for indecently assaulting eight young men.
Three supermarkets have announced fuel price cuts for the second time in a fortnight amid a fall in wholesale costs.
A man with paranoid schizophrenia used five knives as he killed two pensioners in their own home in a “gratuitous, sustained and frenzied attack”, a court has heard.
Two Caribbeans aged in their 90s who came to Britain as young men described the Windrush anniversary service as “great” and “moving”.
Hillary Clinton has warned against a “rising tide of illiberalism” as she lambasted Russian President Vladimir Putin for undermining democracy.
England will play in the warmest temperatures they have faced so far in Russia, with the mercury soaring in their next host city.
The television reporter who was groped by a man during a broadcast has said she wants to draw a line under the episode after he apologised.