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Freezing fog warning as cold temperatures tipped to continue

S ub-zero temperatures and freezing fog will grip parts of the country as the cold weather continues into next week.

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Ukip leader ready to fight 'Brexit capital' by-election in Labour test

Ukip leader Paul Nuttall will fight a by-election in "the capital of Brexit" in a major test of his plan to replace Labour as the party of the working-class in the Midlands and the north of England.

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UK 'must relax immigration rules for Australians as price of free trade deal'

Britain will have to relax immigration rules for Australians if it wants to strike a free trade deal with the Commonwealth nation, its high commissioner to London has said.

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Four family members run boilers under RHI scheme, says ex-DUP health minister

A senior Democratic Unionist has revealed that four family members run boilers under the controversial green energy scheme at the centre of Stormont's powersharing crisis.

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Government ignores pleas to scrap tax credit 'rape clause'

Women who have a third child as a result of rape will have to demonstrate their circumstances to health and social care workers or specialist charities to avoid losing money through tax credit restrictions, the Government has confirmed.

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Flights to the UK from Gambia suspended by tour operators

Flights to the UK from the crisis-stricken Gambia have been suspended by British tour operators, the Foreign Office said.

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May to visit new US president Donald Trump 'next week'

Theresa May will visit Donald Trump in the United States next week and is likely to press the case for an early post-Brexit free trade deal amid concerns about the president's "America first" strategy, it is understood.

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

Potential nuisance callers and scammers could be able to buy sensitive personal and financial information for as little as 4p a record, a watchdog has warned.

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