French Dunkirk camp cleared as migrants try to reach UK

Police try to move some 1,000 people from a gym and tent camp near Dunkirk.

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JPMorgan Chase to build new technology base in Glasgow

The US finance giant is to invest millions in a new centre for its 2,000 tech specialists based in Glasgow.

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Estate agents urged to tell buyers about air pollution

The industry trade body says providing this information should now be standard practice.

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Plaid Cymru leader Adam Price pledges to ditch Brexit in election

Adam Price says party should fight to stop the process of leaving the EU in a general election.

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Ben Stokes describes Sun story about family as ‘immoral and heartless’

England cricketer Ben Stokes says a newspaper's front-page story about his family is "utterly disgusting" and the "lowest form of journalism".

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Angela Irwin pleads guilty to preventing corpse burial

Angela Irwin admitted the charges, which followed the death of a 40-year-old man.

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Flamingo Land withdraw Loch Lomond resort bid

The £30m development plan had prompted 55,000 objections.

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Sea views: Capturing British maritime life

Winners of the Shipwrecked Mariners' Society photographic competition.

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Giant hay bale dog sculpture in Stanbridge destroyed by fire

The artwork was made for the Bedfordshire Young Farmers sculpture competition.

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Giant Yorkshire mine faces uncertain future

Developer Sirius Minerals has to cancel plans to issue a £403m bond to finance the project.

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Mossmorran flaring: £140m to be spent fixing Fife plant

ExxonMobil plans to employ 850 temporary extra staff during remedial work at the Fife chemical plant.

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RAF Marham airman’s family pay tribute to rugby player

Scott Stevenson died after suffering a head injury when playing for the RAF against the Army.

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Clapton flats fire: Woman rescued during ‘suspicious’ blaze

A woman was rescued in Clapton, London, during the blaze, which police now say was suspicious.

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PC Andrew Harper murder probe: Four suspects arrested

Two boys and two men, aged 17 to 21, are arrested on suspicion of murdering PC Andrew Harper.

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Does fat shaming help people lose weight?

Fat chance - the evidence says fat shaming is more likely to lead people to put on weight.

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Edmonton stabbing: Murder charge after street attack

Julio Gomes was found fatally stabbed in a north London street on Saturday.

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The Face: Is 2019 the time to launch a new magazine?

After 15 years out of print, the pop culture and fashion mag is back with hopes of gaining new fans.

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Horse box converted into Army veteran wellbeing hub

"Where there's coffee there's conversation," says an ex-soldier helping veterans with mental health.

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Sarah Thomas: Woman first to swim Channel four times non-stop

Sarah Thomas, a 37-year-old cancer survivor, began the marathon swim on Sunday.

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