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The Gambia's power stand-off continues as British tourists return home

British tourists have started to arrive back in the UK from The Gambia amid the country's worsening political crisis.

HSBC and UBS issue new warnings over Brexit jobs exodus

HSBC and UBS have issued fresh warnings over an exodus of staff following Brexit, a day after Theresa May confirmed the UK would leave the single market.

Army moves tanks through Channel Tunnel during secret exercise

The British Army has secretly moved tanks through the Channel Tunnel to test the rail network in case of an invasion of Eastern Europe.

Victory for people with disabilities in 'wheelchair v buggy' bus case

Victory for people with disabilities in 'wheelchair v buggy' bus case

Disability campaigners have welcomed a Supreme Court ruling that bus drivers may have to do more to accommodate wheelchair users.

Brexit: What is Tuesday's Article 50 Supreme Court Case about?

Brexit: What is Tuesday's Article 50 Supreme Court Case about?

The highest court in the UK will on Tuesday rule on what has been described as a "historic legal battle".

RAF in 'utterly shocking' unauthorised Hercules plane landing in Ireland

RAF in 'utterly shocking' unauthorised Hercules plane landing in Ireland

A diplomatic spat has broken out between the UK and Ireland after a RAF aircraft landed at Shannon Airport without permission in a "serious" incident.

Helen Bailey murder trial: Fiance Ian Stewart too ill for court

Helen Bailey murder trial: Fiance Ian Stewart too ill for court

The Helen Bailey murder trial has been adjourned because the accused - the author's fiance - has been taken ill.

Woman claims Rolf Harris groped her after episode of Saturday Superstore

Woman claims Rolf Harris groped her after episode of Saturday Superstore

A woman who claims entertainer Rolf Harris groped her at a children's television show in the 1980s has told a court she told others about the assault but they did not believe her.

Tunisia terror attack inquest: 'Army of police in Sousse would have scared tourists'

Tunisia terror attack inquest: 'Army of police in Sousse would have scared tourists'

Tour operators wanted to increase security in Sousse a month before a gunman opened fire on a beach in the Tunisian city but did not want tourists to be "scared by seeing an army of police", an inquest has heard.

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Author Helen Bailey 'wanted space', murder accused told police

Author Helen Bailey 'wanted space', murder accused told police

The fiance of a children's author found dead in a human sewage tank underneath her home told police she had spoken of "wanting space", a court has heard.

Victory for people with disabilities in 'wheelchair v buggy' bus case

Victory for people with disabilities in 'wheelchair v buggy' bus case

Disability campaigners have welcomed a Supreme Court ruling that bus drivers may have to do more to accommodate wheelchair users.

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