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British cargo bound for Japan sets sail into 'unknown future'

British cargo is due to set sail for the Far East - but the uncertainty clouding Brexit means its fate is unknown.

Facebook is a 'digital gangster': Fake news report published

MPs calling for a code of ethics to ensure social media platforms remove harmful content from their sites have branded Facebook "digital gangsters" in a parliamentary report.

Spanish warship orders commercial ships to leave British Gibraltar waters

A Spanish warship with its guns manned ordered commercial ships to leave British Gibraltar waters, the territory's government said.

Dolly Parton talks 9 to 5 The Musical, #MeToo and being a strong woman in the workplace

Dolly Parton has said there is still "a long way to go" for women in the workplace as she addressed gender equality before the launch of 9 to 5 The Musical in London.

MPs call for government to examine Russian influence on Brexit

MPs call for government to examine Russian influence on Brexit

A parliamentary inquiry into disinformation has called on the government to investigate the Russian state's attempts to influence the EU referendum.

Police apologise for late response after father's image of racist graffiti goes viral

Police apologise for late response after father's image of racist graffiti goes viral

A hate crime where "no blacks" was spray-painted on the front door of a family home is being investigated by police, who apologised for their delayed response.

Long-standing Labour MP Paul Flynn dies aged 84

Long-standing Labour MP Paul Flynn dies aged 84

Paul Flynn - a maverick, a campaigner and a parliamentary wit - has died at the age of 84.

UK weather forecast: New record for hottest-ever February day may be set this week

UK weather forecast: New record for hottest-ever February day may be set this week

Britain could get record-breaking temperatures this weekend, with a small chance of matching the hottest February day of 19.7C (67.4F).

'She sounded largely unrepentant': What happened when Sky News tracked down Shamima Begum

'She sounded largely unrepentant': What happened when Sky News tracked down Shamima Begum

We had just about given up in the al-Hawl displacement camp in northeastern Syria.

Man dies after tree falls on car in Surrey

Man dies after tree falls on car in Surrey

A man has died after a tree fell on a car in Surrey.

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Mayfair triple stabbing: Two men arrested  on suspicion of attempted murder

Mayfair triple stabbing: Two men arrested on suspicion of attempted murder

Two men have been arrested over a triple stabbing outside a Mayfair nightclub that left at least one victim in a life-threatening condition.

Honda to stun ministers with closure of Swindon factory

Honda to stun ministers with closure of Swindon factory

Honda is preparing to announce the closure of its factory in Swindon, dealing a devastating blow both to its 3,500-strong workforce and ministers' hopes that the UK will remain an elite manufacturing economy after Brexit.

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CCTV released after family attacked in Aylesbury

A gang of men used wooden bats during the incident on New Years Day

Man punches and dents vehicle stuck in Aylesbury traffic

Police are appealing for witnesses of the incident on Buckingham Road

Arriva timetable changes as buses branded 'unfit for purpose'

There will be changes on the 8/8A, the 150 and the 280

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The blaze happened in the early hours of Sunday

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