Climate change: Speed limits for ships can have ‘massive’ benefits

Cutting the speed of ships by 20% can benefit health, protect whales and limit warming, say campaigners.

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General election: Wales Green Party ‘will revive devastated communities’

Wales Green Party wants to provide affordable housing for everyone and stop more Cardiff Airport flights.

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Grass fires: ‘Unprecedented’ weather doubles call-outs

As well as a rise in deliberately-set blazes, discarded barbecues was another issue blamed.

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London-Glasgow passengers choose rail over air

In the 12 months to July 2019, a record 29% of customers travelled with Virgin Trains rather than by plane.

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Sheku Bayoh: Family feel ‘betrayed’ over decision not to prosecute officers

His family said they felt betrayed over the decision not to bring criminal charges against police officers.

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‘Real living wage’ rises in pre-Christmas pay bump

Employers signed up to the voluntary scheme will increase the UK hourly rate to £9.30.

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Jingye to invest £1bn and save ‘thousands of British Steel jobs’

The Chinese company says it will invest £1.2bn in British Steel following rescue agreement.

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Newspaper headlines: ‘Queen’s tears’ as UK marks Remembrance Sunday

Monday's front pages include poignant images of the Queen at commemorations for the UK's war dead.

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Climate change: British Airways reviews ‘fuel-tankering’ over climate concerns

A British Airways insider has revealed airlines deliberately fill planes with extra fuel to cut costs.

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Kevin Lunney abduction: Varadkar praises his resilience

Irish PM meets directors of Quinn Industrial Holdings in Fermanagh, and thanks them for their courage.

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General election 2019: Labour’s Keith Vaz will not stand for re-election

Mr Vaz, who was suspended from the Commons after a drug and sex inquiry, says he is retiring.

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Liverpool 3-1 Man City: Reds go nine clear of champions with fine win

Liverpool move eight points clear at the top of the Premier League with a fine win over champions Manchester City - who are now nine points off the pace.

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Harry Dunn crash: Parents’ claims against Dominic Raab ‘without foundation’

The Foreign Office has written to the family warning it will "seek costs" for any judicial review.

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Fatal road crashes: Two die in separate incidents

The 88-year-old man and woman pedestrian were fatally injured in separate incidents.

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Remembrance Sunday disrupted by fireworks in Salford

A man who set off fireworks during a tribute had to be rushed away from angry veterans by police.

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Tate Modern fall: Boy, 6, ‘able to move legs’

The family of the six-year-old boy say he "is making lots of progresses" since his fall.

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Teenager wakes to find man raping her in Oxford

The victim is believed to have met her attacker in an Oxford nightclub.

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Clintons in survival talks over shop closures and rent cuts

The greetings card chain, which employs 2,500 staff, wants shop closures and rent reductions.

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Conservative peer Brian Mawhinney dies aged 79

Lord Mawhinney was the former chairman of both the Conservative Party and the Football League.

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