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UK cold weather alert: Vulnerable at risk as temperatures could fall to -7C
A cold weather alert is in place for large parts of England until 6pm on Tuesday as people are warned about particularly cold overnight temperatures.
John Bercow, former Commons speaker, 'nominated for peerage by Labour'
Former Commons speaker John Bercow is poised to join the House of Lords after being put forward for a peerage by Labour, it has been claimed.
Laurence Fox slams black and working class actors for only complaining after becoming famous
Lawrence Fox has accused black and working-class actors of only complaining about bias in the industry after they have become established.
Blackpool is the 'toughest' place to be a girl in the UK, study finds
Blackpool is the "toughest" place to be a girl in the UK, research has found.
Harry and Meghan made clear what they wanted - but did they get it?
Ten days after Harry and Meghan's bombshell announcement that they wish to step back as "senior" royals, a deal has been struck between the Sussexes and the Queen.
Beaming Queen appears with Prince Andrew after signing off Harry's deal
The Queen smiled for the cameras as she appeared in public with Prince Andrew for the first time since he retired from royal duties.
Queen 'particularly proud' of Meghan as she singles out duchess for praise amid Sussexes' exit
The Queen has singled out Meghan for praise as the future of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex was confirmed, saying she is "particularly proud" of how quickly the former actress has "become one of the family".
Nora Quoirin's mother says she is '100% sure' her daughter was abducted
Nora Quoirin's mother says she is certain her daughter was abducted and has accused Malaysian police of closing the case too soon.
Harry Dunn death: Boris Johnson to raise issue of US driving with American officials
Boris Johnson says he will raise the issue of the driving standards of US personnel with American officials, in the wake of the death of Harry Dunn.
Stalking protection orders: Police given 'powerful new tool' to protect victims
Stalkers could face up to five years in jail for breaching "powerful" new court orders which ban them from contacting alleged victims.