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Britons no longer advised to avoid travelling to Tunisia

Britain is no longer advising against travel to most of Tunisia, including Tunis and other major tourist destinations, the Foreign Office has said.

Saffie Roussos: Funeral held for youngest victim of Manchester Arena bombing

The funeral of Saffie Rose Roussos, the youngest victim of the Manchester Arena bombing, has taken place at the city's cathedral.

Inventing electric cars is easy - now UK needs to reshape itself

When the automotive revolution kicked off at the beginning of the 20th century, the dominant technology wasn't petrol - it was electric.

Gove rules out imports of US chlorine chicken in post-Brexit trade deal

Britain will not accept imports of chlorine-washed chicken in pursuit of a trade deal with the US after Brexit, Environment Secretary Michael Gove has said.

Wife who fought off robbers as husband was shot says she feared for their lives

Wife who fought off robbers as husband was shot says she feared for their lives

A wife whose husband was shot three times as they fought off robbers during a violent attack says she feared for her life.

Sally Anne Bowman's killer Mark Dixie admits other sex attacks

Sally Anne Bowman's killer Mark Dixie admits other sex attacks

A former chef already serving a life sentence for the brutal rape and murder of Sally Anne Bowman has admitted attacks on two other women.

Brexit spurs JP Morgan to merge private bank

Brexit spurs JP Morgan to merge private bank

The Wall Street banking giant JP Morgan is drawing up plans to merge its UK-based private banking arm into its wider European wealth operation ahead of the UK's departure from the EU.

Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley wins court fight over '£15m deal made in pub'

Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley wins court fight over '£15m deal made in pub'

Mike Ashley has won a High Court battle against an investment banker who claimed he was owed £14m by the Sports Direct boss.

Government to refund employment tribunal fees after Supreme Court ruling

Government to refund employment tribunal fees after Supreme Court ruling

The Government will stop charging employment tribunal fees and refund those who have already paid them - after the Supreme Court found they were unlawful.

Teenage girl 'tried to get weapons for UK terror attack'

Teenage girl 'tried to get weapons for UK terror attack'

A 17-year-old girl has appeared in court accused of plotting a terror attack in the UK.

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New petrol and diesel cars banned in UK from 2040

New petrol and diesel cars banned in UK from 2040

The Government has confirmed plans to ban the sale of new diesel and petrol cars in the UK from 2040.

Teenage rape victim raped again by driver she flagged down for help

Teenage rape victim raped again by driver she flagged down for help

A 15-year-old girl who flagged down a car for help after she was raped in Birmingham was raped again by the driver who pulled over.

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