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Man in court over brother's death in Milngavie house fire

A man has appeared in court charged with murdering his brother in a house fire on New Year's Day.

Britain's Antarctic base Halley VI to shut over ice crack concerns

A British research base in Antarctica is being shut down for eight months because it is perched on an ice shelf which is cracking.

Tunisia inquest: Video shows people fleeing beach terror attack in Sousse

A video showing holidaymakers running for their lives as the Tunisia beach attack began has been shown at an inquest.

Rolls-Royce in £671m settlement of bribery and corruption probe

Shares in engine maker Rolls-Royce soared on Tuesday after it agreed to pay £671m to UK, US and Brazilian authorities to settle bribery and corruption claims.

Snap election to be held in March after Northern Ireland government collapses

Snap election to be held in March after Northern Ireland government collapses

An early election will be held in Northern Ireland on 2 March after the collapse of its government, it has been announced.

Hospital 'failures' during caesarean caused death of young mother, coroner finds

Hospital 'failures' during caesarean caused death of young mother, coroner finds

The death of a young mother was caused by a series of failures at the hospital caring for her as she gave birth, a coroner has said.

Cilla Black statue unveiled at Cavern Club's 60th anniversary

Cilla Black statue unveiled at Cavern Club's 60th anniversary

A bronze statue of Cilla Black has been unveiled in her home city of Liverpool, marking the 60th anniversary of the Cavern Club.

Piccadilly Circus goes dark as billboards switched off

Piccadilly Circus goes dark as billboards switched off

The giant billboards that have lit up London's Piccadilly Circus for more than 100 years have been switched off for renovation.

Disabled woman tells court Rolf Harris 'groped' her at hospital

Disabled woman tells court Rolf Harris 'groped' her at hospital

A blind and disabled woman has told a court she felt "completely and utterly trapped" when Rolf Harris allegedly groped her at a London hospital in the 1970s.

IMF upgrades UK after better-than-expected growth following Brexit vote

IMF upgrades UK after better-than-expected growth following Brexit vote

One of the world's leading economic organisations has raised its growth forecast for the UK after figures were stronger than forecast in the second half of 2016.

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Olympic athletes at Aqua Vale fitness centre for open day

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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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