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Hosepipe bans for some despite water leaks
Water restrictions will hit parts of England in the coming weeks, despite figures showing that up to 22% of water supply could be saved if water companies fixed leaks.
Vote Leave: Official Brexit campaign referred to police over breaches of electoral law
Vote Leave, the official Brexit campaign, has been fined and referred to the police for breaking electoral law.
Police fail to record tens of thousands of crimes, watchdog finds
UK police forces are failing to record tens of thousands of reported crimes including violent crime and domestic abuse, a watchdog has found.
These sharks could live in British waters by 2050
Warming seas are likely to bring ten species of sharks to British waters within the next 30 years, scientists have said.
Slime toys could be poisonous to children because of high levels of boron
Parents warned about high levels of chemical in some slime toys.
Wage growth at weakest level since January
There has been a further slowdown in the rate of pay growth, as the Bank of England mulls the timing of an interest rate rise.
British cave diver mulls legal action against Elon Musk after tycoon brands him 'paedo'
A British cave diver is considering taking legal action against Elon Musk after the US entrepreneur called him a 'paedo' on Twitter.
Amesbury novichok victim's brother says nerve agent was 'found in perfume bottle'
The brother of a British man exposed to novichok has said the deadly nerve agent was found in a perfume bottle.
Grenfell inquiry: Firefighter told resident to find family despite fears he would die
A firefighter has described the moment he told a Grenfell resident to go back and find his family in a smoke-clogged stairwell, despite fearing he and his family would die as a result.
'Brazilian bird-eating' tarantulas feared to be on the loose in Somercotes, Derbyshire
Two adult tarantulas are feared to be on the loose in a village after empty pots were found among others containing three babies.