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IS terror threat 'is highest since days of IRA' - UK terror laws watchdog
Islamic State militants are planning "indiscriminate attacks" on UK citizens on a scale similar to those perpetrated by the IRA 40 years ago, the new terrorism watchdog has said.
Lord Heseltine to head Tory rebellion against PM on Brexit
Theresa May is facing a rebellion in the House of Lords - with Tory grandee Michael Heseltine vowing to defy the Prime Minister and back opposition efforts to ensure Parliament gets a meaningful vote on the final outcome of Brexit negotiations.
Brexit 'may reduce prospect of co-operation' in Northern Ireland
Senator George Mitchell - credited with brokering the Good Friday Agreement - fears Brexit has added to the challenge of peace-making in Northern Ireland.
Senator George Mitchell: Brexit threat to power-sharing in Northern Ireland
If there is anyone who might know how to rescue Northern Ireland's devolved government, it is the American whose peace-making established it.
Corbyn vows 'to turn back the Tory tide' after Copeland loss
Jeremy Corbyn is claiming he can "turn back the Tory tide" despite a new opinion poll suggesting Labour would perform much better with a new leader.
Lily Allen hands over Twitter account after stillbirth taunts
Lily Allen appears to have given up control of her Twitter account after trolls taunted her about the stillbirth of her son.
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Woman charged with dog offence after three-year-old boy's death
A woman has been charged with owning a dangerously out of control dog following the death of a three-year-old boy in August 2016.
Rare humpback whale sighted off Devon coast
Photographers and sightseers are flocking to the coast of south Devon to witness a rare sighting of a humpback whale.
Barclays card payment system fails for several hours
Customers with Barclays bank were unable to use their cards to make payments or withdraw cash for several hours.