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Charity calls for more to be done to help those paying rent

A report by Shelter has found that nearly half of people are struggling to pay the rent - and are being forced to cut back on essential items.

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Experts told to develop new screening technology for UK airports

Britain has announced it is to fund new technology to screen hand-luggage in airports in a bid to detect concealed explosives.

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Spain to suspend Catalonia's autonomy by the weekend

Spain's central government has said it would suspend Catalonia's autonomy and impose direct rule from Saturday.

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PM to meet former US President to discuss Northern Ireland

Theresa May will meet former U.S. President Bill Clinton on Thursday to discuss the political crisis in Northern Ireland, a spokesman for May said.

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Labour wins Wednesday's non binding vote over welfare reform

MPs in the Conservative Party have vented their anger against Prime Minister Theresa May's pursuit of welfare reforms, reinforcing doubts about her authority.

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PM attempts to reassure EU nationals living in the UK

Theresa May is promising to make it as easy as possible for European Union citizens living in Britain to stay after Brexit, trying to unlock stalled talks that have spurred calls for her to walk away.

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MPs criticise the Football Association during race hearing

​The FA's made a public apology to Eniola Aluko and Drew Spence for comments made to them by former manager Mark Sampson.

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Hilary Clinton warns war would be short-sighted

​Former U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says "cavalier" threats to start war on the Korean peninsula are "dangerous and short-sighted".

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PM forced to address rebel MPs ahead of Universal Credit debate

Ahead of a debate about rolling out the system across the country - there's another potential headache for the PM to deal with.

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Tui to add more flights to replace Monarch services

​Europe's largest tour operator TUI is putting on extra flights to make up for capacity lost after this month's collapse of Monarch.

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Britain facing biggest ever terror threat - MI5 head

​Britain faces the most acute threat ever from Islamist militants seeking to inflict mass attacks, according to the head of the MI5.

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Royal Family confirm baby due in April

In a short statement, the royals' office Kensington Palace said the baby, who will be fifth-in-line to the British throne, was due in April.

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Reversing Brexit with a second referendum would boost UK economy - OECD

The economic watchdog says the U-turn would be 'positive' and 'significant' for the UK economy.

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Met Office reveals what caused orange sky across parts of the UK

The sky over parts of the UK turned an unusual shade of yellow on Monday as Storm Ophelia brought dust from the Sahara and smoke from wild fires.

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UK and EU agree to accelerate Brexit talks following meeting

Theresa May and European Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker agreed over dinner in Brussels the pace of negotiations should be stepped up.

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Figures show a rise in hate crimes reported to police in the UK

In hate crime cases, prosecutors are allowed to ask the courts for an increased punishment, known as a sentence uplift, to reflect the aggravating circumstances.

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Harvey Weinstein's former company enters talks about sale

The Weinstein Company's co-chairman, Bob Weinstein, over the weekend denied the company was seeking to sell or shut down the company.

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London named best women-friendly city

London has been voted the world's most female-friendly megacity ahead of Tokyo and Paris following a survey.

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Most people don't act to administer CPR

One in five UK adults witness someone collapse who needs immediate CPR, but the majority of people do not act.

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May heading to Brussels for Brexit talks

Prime Minister Theresa May travels to Brussels for talks with EU chief Jean-Claude Juncker after a deadlock in Brexit talks.

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Three dead and thousands without power as Storm Ophelia hits

Ireland bolstered flood defences and warned people against non-essential travel as the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia threaten the country.

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