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Gale force winds and rain to batter UK this weekend as Storm Brian hits
Storm Brian will hit the UK on Saturday bringing gale force winds and rain to the south of the country.
Violent crime rises by 19% as 5m offences are logged in England and Wales
Violent crime has soared in England and Wales in the last year, pushing the number of crimes recorded by police past five million.
Ex-England footballer Lianne Sanderson: FA bosses 'not sorry enough' over race row
One of the female football players who gave evidence to MPs about an FA race row says she does not think its bosses are sorry enough.
Terry Butcher 'devastated' after death of son Christopher, aged 35
Former England football captain Terry Butcher has said he is "devastated" after the death of his son Chris, aged 35.
UK banks linked to money laundering in South Africa
British banks HSBC and Standard Chartered may have been used as conduits for money-laundering in South Africa, a former Cabinet minister has suggested.
Smacking children to be banned in Scotland
Parents will be forbidden from smacking their children in Scotland under new legislation being brought forward in Holyrood.
Jeremy Corbyn refuses to say he would honour Brexit deal struck by Theresa May
Jeremy Corbyn has declined to say that he would honour the terms of a Brexit deal struck by Theresa May, if he succeeded her at Number 10.
Ed Sheeran: Abuse 'definitely happening' in music industry as well as Hollywood
Ed Sheeran has told Sky News he believes sexual abuse and harassment is "definitely happening" in the music industry, as well as in Hollywood.
Bill Clinton meets Theresa May for Northern Ireland crisis talks
Former US president Bill Clinton has met Theresa May in Downing Street for talks on the political crisis in Northern Ireland.
Low pay 'endemic' as workers struggle to progress, says study
Low pay is "endemic" in the UK with few workers managing to progress into better paid jobs, according to a new study.