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Downing Street has refused to be drawn on reports suggesting it will give EU migrants living in Britain the right to remain if a “no deal” Brexit materialises.
Holidaymakers have been given fresh warnings to ensure they are vaccinated against measles after it emerged European cases have reached an eight-year high.
Michael Gove has backed plans for tough new sentences against criminals who harm service animals, as he cuddled up to a heroic police dog.
A husband has appeared in court to deny murdering his wife.
Campaigners have called on South Korea’s president Moon Jae-in to end the country’s dog meat industry. Nearly one million South Koreans backed the appeal which takes aim at an industry which is thought to involved two and a half million dogs.
A terror suspect accused of attempting to murder members of the public and police officers in an attack outside the Houses of Parliament has appeared in court.
Gatwick Airport is using whiteboards to display flight information following an IT failure.
The number of babies dying from unexplained causes has increased for the first time in three years, new figures show.
The prisons watchdog has accused the Ministry of Justice of failing to stop one of the country’s largest prisons slipping into crisis.
The first disabled woman to sail solo around Britain has died at the age of 46.
Sinn Fein’s headquarters in Belfast have been targeted in an arson attack.
Greenpeace said it has blockaded Volkswagen’s UK headquarters in protest against diesel emissions.
The new GCSE grading system has “ratcheted up the pressure” on teenagers, school leaders have warned.
Yoga fitness and singing helped a British woman survive for 10 hours in the sea after falling from a cruise ship, she is reported to have told a rescuer.
One of Britain’s largest prisons has been brought back under Government control after a scathing report by inspectors. Here is all you need to know about the crisis at HMP Birmingham.
Bedecked in bunting, flags and tens of thousands of flowers, the small village of Knock in the west of Ireland is quickly preparing for the arrival of Pope Francis.
A crisis-hit jail taken back under emergency Government control and a British woman’s miraculous rescue 10 hours after falling overboard from a cruise ship make headlines on Monday.
Uber drivers and Amazon couriers may be at a significantly higher risk of crashing due to the demands of gig economy work, a study suggests.
Hospital admissions for alcohol-related emergency care and chronic illness are significantly higher in areas with the most pubs, bars and clubs, research has found.
The NHS in England has saved an additional 1,600 patients with severe injuries since a series of major trauma centres were established six years ago.
Businessman Bernard Byrne sells Catholic religious goods from his shop in the Co Mayo village of Knock.
Staff at one of Britain’s largest prisons were found asleep or locked in offices during an inspection that uncovered “appalling” squalor and violence, a watchdog has said, as it emerged the Government is taking over the privately-run jail.
Theresa May’s former policy chief is calling for a new-cross party drive to counter the rise of anti-capitalism and populist extremism and end Britain’s “Brexit civil war”.
EU migrants living in Britain will be given the right to remain in the country in the event of a “no deal” Brexit, it has been reported.
A man arrested after a road accident in which two people were killed and three injured in Co Donegal has been released without charge.
Alliance East Belfast councillor David Armitage has been found. He is getting the help he needs, party leader Naomi Long tweeted. Mr Armitage represents the Titanic area.
Police have arrested the main suspect in an unprovoked hammer attack that left a mother and daughter fighting for their lives.
Plumes of thick black smoke filled the sky after a blaze broke out in a derelict building.
A child rescue alert has been issued for a 12-year-old boy who went missing two days ago.
A Coastguard helicopter turned airborne maternity unit when a baby boy was born while the helicopter was in flight at 1,400 feet.