Brexit: Johnson in last push to get deal through

MPs are to vote on whether to back the prime minister's Withdrawal Agreement Bill.

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Cromer Hospital: Farmer Douglas de Bootman leaves £1m in will

Douglas de Bootman's bequest will help fund a new cancer centre at a hospital near his home.

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Ageing prison population ‘sees officers working as carers’

The oldest prisoner in a jail in England or Wales was aged 104, figures from this summer showed.

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Harry Dunn crash: Police to fly to US to interview suspect

British detectives will fly to the US to question Anne Sacoolas over the 19-year-old's death.

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Eating disorders: Over-65s unable to access some clinics

Over-65s with eating disorders are being prevented from accessing specialist clinics.

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‘Ask about sexual orientation to improve LGBT inequalities’

Hospitals and care homes should be fined if they do not ask about sexual orientation, MPs say.

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Gurpreet, who is Sikh, was trolled for bodyweight workouts

When Gurpreet started posting her workouts on Instagram she was trolled by people who said it wasn’t the sort of thing Sikh women should be doing.

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Life skills should be taught in school, Youth Parliament says

Pupils must not leave school as "A* robots with no real-world knowledge," says the Youth Parliament.

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Skye Bridge protesters still fighting to repeal toll convictions

The procurator fiscal who brought charges against protesters says bridge tolls were a "scam" and prosecutions could be wrong.

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Green number plates planned for electric cars

The plan means it will be easier to offer incentives such as cheaper parking for zero-emission cars.

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Thomas Cook used its auditors to justify £5m bonus

The bonus, paid to former boss Manny Fontenla-Novoa, followed a heavily-criticised merger.

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The rapper from Croydon who caught Jay-Z’s eye

Rapman talks about being discovered by one of the richest artists in the music industry and how he became a film director.

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Northern Ireland abortion and and same-sex marriage law change deadline passes

Abortion is now decriminalised and same-sex marriage is to be legalised in Northern Ireland.

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Harry Dunn: Government knew crash suspect would leave UK

The teenager's family said the statement from Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab "added insult to injury".

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Milton Keynes stabbings: Murder arrest over boys’ deaths

The man is accused of murdering two teenagers who were stabbed to death at a house in Milton Keynes.

PM aims to push Brexit bill through in three days

No 10 is proposing an intensive Commons timetable after publishing the 110-page bill.

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Missing father and son ‘may have been killed’ in Spain

The gran of Daniel Poole, who is missing with dad Liam, says she thinks the pair were "up to no good".

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Man, 83, dies after three pensioners attacked at woods

Police say the victims were seriously assaulted at Birkenhall Woods, New Elgin, at about 09:00.

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Handsworth travel agent jailed for cheating customers

Chetan Pal Panesar cheated people who had "scrimped and saved" for family flights.

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