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Anger among returning Britons as they're told four people on plane had COVID-19
Four of the British and Irish evacuees who landed back in Britain from Japan on Saturday have tested positive for COVID-19, taking the number of UK cases to 13.
UK weather: Alerts issued for snow, heavy rain and wind at start of week
Weather warnings for snow, wind and heavy rain have been issued for the start of the week.
'Caroline loved love': Love Island dedicates final to Flack with tearful tribute from Laura Whitmore
Love Island dedicated the final of its first winter series to Caroline Flack, with a 90-second tribute to the late presenter.
Police search River Clyde after missing Emily Hope's belongings found
Police Scotland are searching the River Clyde after finding items belonging to a missing woman next to the river.
Elderly woman dies from head injury after bus forced to brake in St Helens
An elderly bus passenger who suffered a serious head injury after the vehicle was forced to brake has died.
Harry Dunn's family wants Julian Assange's extradition stopped unless US returns Anne Sacoolas
The family of Harry Dunn has urged the UK government not to extradite Julian Assange to the US while Washington refuses to return the suspect in his death to Britain.
'It's a miracle we got her out': Flo the pony rescued from 12ft hole
A pony has enjoyed a "miracle" escape after being rescued from a 12ft (3.6m) hole in North Wales.
Mel C says 'scuffle' with Victoria Beckham led to eating disorder and depression battle
Mel C has spoken of her past struggle with eating disorders and depression after she was nearly booted out of the Spice Girls following a "scuffle" with Victoria Beckham.
Acid-washed chicken from US raised by new Environment Secretary George Eustice
The new environment secretary has dismissed fears that chlorinated chicken and hormone-injected beef could be rolled out in UK supermarkets.
Police apologise over 'victim blaming' safety flyers linking rape to drinking alcohol
Police have apologised after leaflets linking rape to drinking alcohol were distributed in Belfast, with one critic describing their message as a "horrible example of victim blaming".