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Jeremy Corbyn to spell out 'transformative' arts vision

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is to set out a "transformative" vision for the arts as he continues his campaign in Scotland.

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A 'glut' of hospital services could be shut down, health expert warns

There could be a "glut" of hospital services shut down, a health expert has warned.

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Hillary Clinton blasts Nigel Farage for Trump rally attack

Hillary Clinton has launched a vicious attack on Nigel Farage after the outgoing Ukip leader said he would not vote for the Democratic presidential-hopeful even if he was paid to do so.

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May: Brexit will create growth opportunities for UK tourism

Brexit will create "real opportunities for growth" in the UK's tourism industry, Theresa May has claimed.

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186 people arrested in three months since 'legal highs' ban introduced

Nearly 200 people have been arrested in the first three months after a blanket ban on drugs formerly known as "legal highs" came into force.

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Mary Berry sets her sights on the nation's waistlines

The Great British Bake Off judge Mary Berry has tackled the nation's basic baking skills, now she has her sights set on their waistlines.

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Ukip leadership hopeful Bill Etheridge calls for BBC to be privatised

A Ukip leadership hopeful has called for the BBC to be privatised to stop voters having "left-wing propaganda rammed down our throats".

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Three Britons killed in Italy earthquake

Three Britons are among those killed in the earthquake which has devastated central Italy.

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Consumer confidence sees fastest monthly rise in three years - survey

Consumer confidence has risen at its fastest monthly rate in three-and-a-half years as Brexit jitters ease, a survey has found.

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Spoiler alert: Don't tell, Poldark and The Fall fans urged

Fans of Poldark and The Fall were begged not to give away spoilers as they were given a first look at the highly-anticipated returning series at the Edinburgh International TV Festival.

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Boris Johnson says those using chemical weapons in Syria must be held to account

Boris Johnson has called for those responsible for using chemical weapons in Syria to be held to account after a UN team concluded the Assad regime and Islamic State had used the banned munitions.

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A 'glut' of hospital services could be shut down, health expert warns

There could be a "glut" of hospital services shut down, a health expert has warned.

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Three Britons reportedly killed in Italy earthquake

Three Britons are reportedly among those killed in the Italy earthquake.

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English NHS trusts' deficit 'halved over course of a year'

The size of the deficit for NHS trusts in England halved over the course of a year, with more trusts meeting their financial targets, figures show.

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Why Ukip leadership hopeful Diane James is not proposing any policies

A Ukip MEP bidding to succeed Nigel Farage has insisted she is putting forward no policies as part of her leadership campaign.

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Call for mandatory health warnings on alcohol products

Campaigners have called for mandatory warnings about the dangers of alcohol to be published on wine bottles and beer cans as official guidance was published warning that no level of regular drinking could be considered "completely safe".

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Poland overtakes India as most common overseas country of birth in UK

Poland is now the most common overseas country of birth in the UK after overtaking India for the first time.

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GCSE results in record fall as girls outperform boys again

GCSE results have seen a record drop, with girls continuing to outperform boys, official figures show.

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Firms could target WhatsApp users after privacy policy change

Businesses could soon be able to target WhatsApp users following surprise changes to the messaging app's privacy policy.

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Brexit an anti-establishment victory, Nigel Farage tells Trump supporters

Nigel Farage has said he would not vote for US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton if he was paid, but stopped short of explicitly endorsing her rival Donald Trump.

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