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PPF demands Toys R Us chiefs line up 'independent' administrator

The pensions lifeboat is demanding that directors of Toys R Us UK line up an 'independent' administrator if talks about a rescue of the chain break down in the coming days.

Life support for toddler Alfie Evans can stop, judge rules

A judge has ruled doctors can stop providing life-support treatment to 21-month-old Alfie Evans against his parents' wishes.

'Beast from the East' cold blast could bring freezing weather until March

A blast of cold weather known as "Beast from the East" is set to send temperatures plummeting across the UK.

British firefighter rescues injured woman from Bali volcano

A Birmingham firefighter has described how he led the rescue of a woman who fell 40 metres into the crater of an active volcano.

Oxfam loses thousands of regular donors amid sex scandal

Oxfam loses thousands of regular donors amid sex scandal

Some 7,000 regular donors have stopped giving money to Oxfam following allegations of sexual misconduct against some of its workers in Haiti.

Jeremy Corbyn dismisses spy claim as 'nonsense'

Jeremy Corbyn dismisses spy claim as 'nonsense'

Jeremy Corbyn has dismissed claims he was paid to spy on Britain during the Cold War as "nonsense".

Asda sales rise helped by vegan-friendly mince pies

Asda sales rise helped by vegan-friendly mince pies

Britain's third-largest supermarket has said sales rose in the key Christmas quarter partly thanks to the popularity of vegan-friendly mince pies.

Kirsty Sharman pleads guilty after leaving abusive note on ambulance

Kirsty Sharman pleads guilty after leaving abusive note on ambulance

A woman who left a foul-mouthed note on an ambulance has pleaded guilty to a public order offence and been fined £120.

Brexiteers accused of 'reckless' comments on Northern Ireland peace process

Brexiteers accused of 'reckless' comments on Northern Ireland peace process

Ireland's deputy prime minister has accused Brexit-supporting MPs of being "irresponsible" and "reckless" after they called into question the validity of the Good Friday Agreement.

Evelina children's hospital poised to keep Presidents Club funds

Evelina children's hospital poised to keep Presidents Club funds

Another of the charities which said it would return six-figure donations from a controversial fundraising event is poised to perform a U-turn and keep the money.

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Kirsty Sharman pleads guilty after leaving abusive note on ambulance

Kirsty Sharman pleads guilty after leaving abusive note on ambulance

A woman who left a foul-mouthed note on an ambulance has pleaded guilty to a public order offence and been fined £120.

Mystery mute girl found wandering Birmingham streets

Mystery mute girl found wandering Birmingham streets

Police in Birmingham have identified a mute girl found wandering the streets in Birmingham after a public appeal.

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