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Chloe Ferry leaves the Celebrity Big Brother House

Chloe Ferry evicted from Celebrity Big Brother house

Ewen Bremner, Ewan McGregor, Jonny Lee Miller and Robert Carlyle have returned for Trainspotting 2 (PA/Sony Pictures Releasing)

Trainspotting area purchase in 1996 was solid investment platform, study finds

Djodjo Nsaka died after a single stab wound to the chest

Murder probe after university student dies in attack near Wembley Stadium

Up to 83% of used tyres in some areas are being sold illegally, according to the Local Government Association

Drivers' lives at risk due to dangerous second-hand tyres, warn councils

Francois Hollande is not seeking a second term

France's Socialist Party begins selecting presidential candidate

Theresa May will publish the Government's industrial strategy next week

PM's post-Brexit strategy includes energy storage and battery research centre

Paul Nuttall looks set to be Ukip's candidate to fight the crucial Stoke-on-Trent Central by-election

Paul Nuttall set to be Ukip candidate for Stoke-on-Trent Central by-election

Which? revealed firms can buy sensitive information at a very low cost

Watchdog reveals nuisance callers can buy sensitive data for '4p per record'

Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon has promised the United States will remain Britain's closest security partner

Sir Michael Fallon vows the US will remain UK's closest defence partner

Chloe Ferry only entered the house last week

Chloe Ferry evicted from Celebrity Big Brother house

Police said the incident was being treated as an attempted murder

Man held over murder bid on Glasgow street

George Osborne served as chancellor for six years

George Osborne to work as adviser for asset manager BlackRock

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Chancellor Philip Hammond said at Davos that Britain has reinvented itself before and will do again if it is closed off from EU markets (AP/Michel Euler)

Philip Hammond: Interim Brexit set-up possible if deal not settled in two years

Services have come under increasing pressure

45% of NHS trusts declared major alert last week

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Mr Nuttall's party is hoping to take the seat from Labour

Paul Nuttall set to be Ukip candidate for Stoke-on-Trent Central by-election

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Data from the UK Statistics Authority highlights a drastic difference between the proportion of women and men in the country's highest-paying jobs

Women hold just 12% of jobs paying £150,000-plus

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Poppy's mother Michala Pyke, 38, and her partner John Rytting, 40, were both jailed for 13 years for child cruelty and drugs offences following the death of the four-year-old (Humberside Police/PA Wire)

Poppy, four, died at hands of mother or her boyfriend, court rules

Sir Anthony Hart has outlined the findings of his Historical Institutional Abuse inquiry in Northern Ireland

Victims of children's homes 'vindicated' after inquiry finds evidence of abuse

Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president of the United States (AP)

Trump sworn in as 45th US president with vow to 'put America first'

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Judah Adunbi was hit with a Taser during an incident with police in Bristol

Investigation after race relations champion hit with Taser by police

William will stand down from his role as a helicopter pilot for an air ambulance service in the summer

William to quit job as air ambulance helicopter pilot

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Leonne Weeks, who was found dead in Dinnington, near Rotherham (South Yorkshire Police/PA)

Teenager charged with murder of 16-year-old Leonne Weeks

Adam Isaac has been jailed after a case at Merthyr Crown Court

Paedophile jailed after grooming boys via Minecraft online game

Retail figures for December were branded 'terrible'

Retail sales dropped at fastest rate since April 2012 over December

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Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn during his speech at the City Halls in Glasgow

Scottish independence would bring 'turbo-charged' austerity - Jeremy Corbyn

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BT has announced a series of price rises

BT announces price increases for broadband and TV customers

A judge was asked to rule on the case

'Hurt' girl, four, had been subjected to genital mutilation, judge rules

Latest politics news

Donald Trump poised to take control of US nuclear weapons arsenal

Sahar Mashemi, co founder of Coffee Republic, at the International Womens Day Conference in 2016

Expect inspiration at conference highlighting women's day

File photo dated 15/12/2016 of a Royal Mail worker sorts mail at the Royal Mail's Sorting Office in Turner Road, Glasgow. Royal Mail has revealed a sharp drop in letter mailing in the busy festive season as business worries over Brexit hit marketing p

Royal Mail hit by a drop in letters sent

Surrey plans to hold a referendum to allow it to increase council tax by 15%

Surrey 'canary in coal mine' over funding of social care, warns council chief

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Hospitals are running wards with a dangerously low number of nurses, an investigation suggests

Hospital wards 'left with dangerously low numbers of nurses'

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The James Paget University Hospital resorted to legal action to evict the man after more than two years

Hospital 'takes legal action to evict bed blocker after two years'

Endris Mohammed, 46, has been charged with killing his children Saros Endris, eight, and six-year-old Leanor Endris (West Midlands Police/PA Wire)

Father charged with murdering children to face court

Robert Trigg will appear at Lewes Crown Court

Man to face court charged with killing two women in seaside town

The Competition and Markets Authority says it has found evidence of dirty practices at two laundry firms

Truth to come out in wash over claims laundry companies 'agreed not to compete'

The Prince of Wales with Emily Shuckburgh and Tony Juniper, who have co-authored a Ladybird book on climate change (Penguin/PA)

World needs urgent action on 'wolf at the door' climate change, warns Charles

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British sailor Alex Thomson comes in second in the Vendee Globe race at Les Sables d'Olonne, western France

Yachtsman Alex Thomson 'running on empty' after finishing second in Vendee Globe

Police in Parliament Square, London, after a suspected unexploded Second World War bomb was found in the River Thames

Thames 'Second World War bomb' towed away for safe disposal

Desert Island Discs presenter Kirsty Young with David Beckham (BBC/PA)

David Beckham to reveal his Desert Island Discs for show's 75th anniversary

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Mel Gibson has returned to directing with Hacksaw Ridge

Braveheart woke something up in Scotland, Mel Gibson says

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The results showed that people who were a healthy weight were almost twice as likely to die as those who were obese or overweight

Overweight patients 'less likely to die after heart operation'

The Government has estimated that 390,000 three and four-year-olds will qualify for the 30-hour offer

Shortage of places warning over 30-hour free childcare scheme

Carbon capture and storage potentially has an important role to play in tackling climate change

£100m spent on carbon capture competition before project cancelled - report

A study found 'disturbingly high' levels of hostility towards women

Women still suffering violence and misogyny due to 'lad' culture

Property values in Bristol increased faster than any other major UK city across 2016

North-South house price divide 'could start to narrow'

Surrey County Council said it had a "huge gap" in its budget

Tory authority plans 15% council tax rise claiming huge budget gap after cuts

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Switch on to Swindon is a new coordinated effort to welcome business to the town

Launch will encourage the country to 'Switch on to Swindon'

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Glasgow Central Mosque said Mohammad and Talat Aslam, from the Newlands area of the city, were among those killed in the crash

Baby boy and three relatives killed in Saudi Arabia minibus crash

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