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UK weather: Storm Jorge hits today - Met Office warnings in place until Sunday
Storm Jorge will hit the UK today with winds up to 70mph - and forecasters are warning the heavy rain is "not good news" for flood-hit areas.
Coronavirus: Top doctor explains how COVID-19 outbreak could affect life in the UK
It is "just a matter of time" until coronavirus spreads in the UK, England's chief medical officer has warned.
Coronavirus: Britons stuck in Tenerife after Jet2 refuses to fly them home until they test negative
British tourists face being stranded in Tenerife after airline Jet2 said it would not fly any customers back to the UK who have stayed at a hotel on lockdown over coronavirus until tests can confirm they are free of the virus.
School where pupils walk to class in silence should be 'replicated across UK', education secretary says
Schools with good disciplinary records should partner with those that are struggling to form "behaviour hubs" and replicate successful models across the UK, the education secretary has said.
Royal Mint to sell world's most expensive gold piggy bank
The Royal Mint is known for making gold and silver coins but now it has turned its hand to creating something to keep that money safe.
Harry and Meghan to lose Canadian security as they step back from duties
Canada says it will end its security assistance for the Duke and Duchess of Sussex when they step back from royal duties.
Historic life-size dinosaur sculptures in Crystal Palace added to at-risk register
Historic life-size dinosaur sculptures in London's Crystal Palace are at risk of an extinction of their own - and could lose teeth, tails and toes.
Hashem Abedi trial: Fragments of household items 'used in Manchester Arena bomb' shown in court
Tiny fragments of household items that were allegedly used to make the homemade bomb detonated in the Manchester Arena attack have been shown in court.
'Bitten, kicked and told to f*** off': The challenges I face as a teacher
There is no reason why there should be bad behaviour in any school if there is "strong discipline and traditional teaching values", Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has told Sky News.
Thirteen hatchets and nine Stanley knives among weapons seized after funeral disturbance
Thirteen hatchets and at least nine Stanley knives are among a haul of 34 weapons seized from a disturbance at a funeral on Thursday.