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Drinking duty-free booze on planes 'should be a criminal offence'
Drinking alcohol bought in duty free on board planes should be made a criminal offence, according to airlines.
May says Corbyn election victory 'could happen' as she warns over voter complacency
Theresa May has urged her supporters in Scotland to get out and vote, warning against complacency because of her huge poll advantage over Jeremy Corbyn.
UKIP leader Paul Nuttall to stand in Boston and Skegness
UKIP Leader Paul Nuttall has announced he will stand in the Lincolnshire seat of Boston and Skegness at the General Election.
Jeremy Corbyn: 'Insecure' Theresa May will make damaging mistakes
Jeremy Corbyn has accused Theresa May of being "insecure" about her authority - and retreating into a "presidential bunker mentality" reminiscent of Tony Blair.
British woman dies after falling from Benidorm apartment
A British woman has died after falling from a 10th-floor apartment in the Spanish resort of Benidorm.
Sexual assaults at music concerts 'rarely reported'
Sexual assault, unwanted harassment and inappropriate behaviour at music events are common but incidents are rarely being reported, according to campaigners.
Ministers to sell £3bn of Bradford & Bingley mortgage loans
The Government is to take another step towards recouping the vast sums of money injected into the banking system in 2008 by selling £3bn of Bradford & Bingley (B&B) mortgage loans.
Pioneering Spirit : World's largest vessel sets record after 24,000-tonne oil platform lift
The largest vessel on the planet has successfully carried out the world's biggest lift at sea, plucking a 24,000-tonne oil rig platform from the North Sea.
Joshua-Klitschko £40m boxing showdown embodies essence of sport
The key ingredients are in the Wembley cauldron. Now for the proof of the pudding.
Corbyn urges young voters to stop 'Brexit for few'
Jeremy Corbyn has made a direct plea to young people to "step up" and register to vote.