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Inflation at 29-month high of 1.6% as food and air fares rise

The headline rate of inflation has hit its highest level since the summer of 2014 as weaker sterling starts to affect the cost of many everyday prices.

Russia labels British spy behind Donald Trump dossier a 'charlatan'

The British spy behind a dossier alleging Russia has compromising information about Donald Trump has been labelled a "charlatan".

Jeremy Corbyn dismisses claims he is a vote loser ahead of by-elections

Jeremy Corbyn is dismissing claims that he is a vote loser in the Copeland by-election by planning to make his second visit to the constituency in a week.

Leonne Weeks: Man arrested after teen found dead on path in Rotherham

An 18-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murdering Leonne Weeks, 16, who was found dead on a path in Rotherham.

Midwife shortage makes women feel like 'cattle' during childbirth

Midwife shortage makes women feel like 'cattle' during childbirth

Half of all women in labour experience a "red flag" event where basic care is delayed or undelivered, according to new research.

The devil will be in the detail of PM's 12-point Brexit plan

The devil will be in the detail of PM's 12-point Brexit plan

Not just a plan, but a 12-point plan for Brexit - soon to be delivered by the Prime Minister at Lancaster House, the seat of historic British diplomacy over Europe and the Commonwealth.

Murder accused 'claimed two men abducted author Helen Bailey'

Murder accused 'claimed two men abducted author Helen Bailey'

A man accused of murdering his fiance told his son she had been "taken" by two men, a court has heard.

May's 12-point plan for clean break from EU

May's 12-point plan for clean break from EU

Theresa May will delight Brexiteers and dismay Remainers by pledging a clean break from the EU in her long-awaited speech spelling out her Brexit strategy.

Carney: Consumer-led UK growth following Brexit vote could fizzle out

Carney: Consumer-led UK growth following Brexit vote could fizzle out

Bank of England governor Mark Carney has stood by forecasts of a UK slowdown as he suggested the economy's consumer-led growth could fizzle out.

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Olympic athletes at Aqua Vale fitness centre for open day

They'll be performing demos and be around to chat after.

Author Helen Bailey 'wanted space', murder accused told police

Author Helen Bailey 'wanted space', murder accused told police

The fiance of a children's author found dead in a human sewage tank underneath her home told police she had spoken of "wanting space", a court has heard.

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