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Cookstown hotel disco crush: Underage witnesses won't be punished, say police
Police have urged young people who saw a crush that killed three teenagers outside a disco to come forward, insisting they will not be punished for being underage.
Brexit 'information vacuum' fuelling NHS drug shortages, trust bosses warn
Hospitals are already facing drugs shortages as a consequence of Brexit, with an "information vacuum" hampering their ability to plan for no deal, NHS trust leaders have warned.
Theresa May believes UK in 'crisis' over Brexit, says Downing Street
Theresa May believes the UK is in "crisis" over Brexit after she was blocked from bringing an unchanged withdrawal agreement back to the House of Commons, Downing Street has said.
Team Sky: Sir Jim Ratcliffe, Britain's richest man, buys cycling team
Britain's richest man is to take control of cycling giant Team Sky and will immediately rebrand it with the name Team Ineos, after his chemicals company.
Vote Leave: Official Brexit campaign fined for spam text messages
The official Brexit campaign has been fined £40,000 for sending thousands of unsolicited text messages during the 2016 referendum campaign.
Pearl Bamford: Teenager found dead near river was 'beautiful, creative young woman'
A teenager whose body was found near a river in Truro has been described as a "beautiful, unique and creative young woman" by her family.
Supermarkets pledge £1bn price cuts in merger fightback
Sainsbury's and Asda have pledged to deliver price cuts worth £1bn as they fight back against a competition ruling that has thrown their planned merger into jeopardy.
Office Outlet in administration putting 1,200 jobs at risk
Office Outlet has gone into administration, placing 1,200 jobs at risk.
'Jaws of death': England facing water shortages within 25 years, expert warns
England will face water shortages within 25 years unless action is taken now, according to the chief executive of the Environment Agency.
Warner Bros boss Kevin Tsujihara quits over Brit actress affair claims
Warner Bros chief executive Kevin Tsujihara has quit following claims he promised a British actress roles while they were having an affair.