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Local elections: Conservatives lose more than 1,300 councillors - BBC News
Local elections: Conservatives lose more than 1,300 councillors  BBC News

The Conservatives have lost 1,334 councillors, with Theresa May saying voters wanted the main parties to "get on" with Brexit
Labour also lost 82 seats in the ...




Wales Geography | A Guide To Wales - wales.com
Wales Geography | A Guide To Wales  wales.com

Wales is a compact country with different regions and areas
Use our guide to the geography of Wales to help you make the most of your visit.




Climate strikes: Hundreds of children miss school to protest - BBC News
Climate strikes: Hundreds of children miss school to protest  BBC News

Hundreds of young people have missed a day of school in order to protest against what they say is one of the greatest threats to their future
Primary and ...




Airbus: What would happen if the aerospace giant left UK over Brexit - The Independent
Airbus: What would happen if the aerospace giant left UK over Brexit  The Independent

Airbus has said it may have to pull out of the UK if the government does not secure a post-Brexit trade deal with the EU
The move would directly impact ...




Anglesey rescue turtle Menai dies in Gran Canaria - BBC News
Anglesey rescue turtle Menai dies in Gran Canaria  BBC News

Menai, who washed up in Wales 8000 miles from home, dies before she can be released into the wild.




UK music festivals 2019: The best line-ups coming this summer - Evening Standard
UK music festivals 2019: The best line-ups coming this summer  Evening Standard

Rocking out on an island? Discovering new artists in tiny venues? Raving in an Anglesey forest? This summer, the UK's festival scene has it all
From Glasgow ...




Dog attacks on livestock 'devastate' farmers - BBC News
Dog attacks on livestock 'devastate' farmers  BBC News

Sheep being injured and killed in dog attacks causes devastation for farmers, said one who has lost 18 animals
Ben Jones from Hensol, Vale of Glamorgan, ...




Baby names: Hunter and Aurora join top 100 - BBC News
Baby names: Hunter and Aurora join top 100  BBC News

Hunter and Aurora have joined the top 100 names for baby boys and girls in England and Wales, according to official statistics
Oliver and Olivia remain the most ...




Justice Secretary announces new female offender funding at Women's Aid speech - GOV.UK
Justice Secretary announces new female offender funding at Women's Aid speech  GOV.UK

Justice Secretary David Gauke announced in a speech at Women's Aid that community services supporting vulnerable women have been awarded ?1.6 million ...




Brexit: Theresa May's deal is voted down in historic Commons defeat - BBC News
Brexit: Theresa May's deal is voted down in historic Commons defeat  BBC News

Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal has been rejected by 230 votes - the largest defeat for a sitting government in history
MPs voted by 432 votes to 202 to ...




UK experiences winter temperatures above 20C for first time - The Guardian
UK experiences winter temperatures above 20C for first time  The Guardian

The UK is experiencing its warmest February day on record and some of the highest temperatures ever recorded in winter, according to forecasters.




Only England and Wales voted to leave the EU
So the UK should let them go - The Guardian
Only England and Wales voted to leave the EU
So the UK should let them go
  The Guardian

There's no need for Scotland and Northern Ireland to head for the door, too
With a bit of constitutional tweaking, we wouldn't have to bother with article 50 at all.




Burry Inlet sewage European court case looms - BBC News
Burry Inlet sewage European court case looms  BBC News

A court case is looming over the amount of sewage and waste water that is discharged into the sea off west Wales.




UK heatwave brings hottest June day for 40 years - The Guardian
UK heatwave brings hottest June day for 40 years  The Guardian

Temperature hits 34.5C at Heathrow as heat brings health warnings of toxic air in large parts of southern England and Wales.




Poverty causing 'misery' in UK, and ministers are in denial, says UN official - BBC News
Poverty causing 'misery' in UK, and ministers are in denial, says UN official  BBC News

Ministers are in a "state of denial" about poverty, a UN expert has said following a 12-day tour of the UK
Philip Alston, special rapporteur on extreme poverty, ...




Budget 2018: Philip Hammond's speech - GOV.UK
Budget 2018: Philip Hammond's speech  GOV.UK

Today, I present to the House a Budget for Britain's future;
A budget that shows the perseverance of the British people finally paying off? A Budget for hard ...




Lush quits social media in UK - BBC News
Lush quits social media in UK  BBC News

British cosmetics firm Lush is closing several of its UK social media accounts this week
Announcing the news on Twitter, it said it was "tired of fighting with ...




The school craze that left a pupil with horrendous burn injuries - WalesOnline
The school craze that left a pupil with horrendous burn injuries  WalesOnline

This picture was shared by the mother of a schoolboy who took part in the 'salt and ice challenge'




Am I the only one who?s terrified about the warm weather? - The Guardian
Am I the only one who?s terrified about the warm weather?  The Guardian

The UK's unseasonal weather feels like a sign that something is horribly wrong, says Jonn Elledge, assistant editor of New Statesman.




One giant leap: Vertical launch spaceport to bring UK into new space age - GOV.UK
One giant leap: Vertical launch spaceport to bring UK into new space age  GOV.UK

The UK is set to build on its world leading expertise in aerospace with the development of vertical and horizontal spaceports.




Department of Health and Social Care - GOV.UK
Department of Health and Social Care  GOV.UK

We support ministers in leading the nation's health and social care to help people live more independent, healthier lives for longer
DHSC is a ministerial ...




Premier League live football: Pub landlord broke copyright law - BBC News
Premier League live football: Pub landlord broke copyright law  BBC News

A pub landlord has to pay ?65000 in legal costs for breaching the Premier League's copyright by showing football matches using a foreign satellite card.




How does the inquiry into historical child sexual abuse work? - BBC News
How does the inquiry into historical child sexual abuse work?  BBC News

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) in England and Wales is investigating claims against local authorities, religious organisations, the ...




Disruption at UK airports as wintry weather strands hundreds - The Guardian
Disruption at UK airports as wintry weather strands hundreds  The Guardian

Motorists have had to abandon their vehicles in icy conditions in the Lake District and hundreds of passengers have been stranded at airports after their flights ...




Hate crimes surge by 42%

in England and Wales since Brexit result - The Independent
Hate crimes surge by 42%

in England and Wales since Brexit result
  The Independent

Police have said the number of hate crimes recorded for the last two weeks in June has spiked by 42 per cent on this time last year
A total of 3076 incidents ...




UK weather: Met Office says almost one month's rainfall fell in Sussex - Metro
UK weather: Met Office says almost one month's rainfall fell in Sussex  Metro

Almost one month's rainfall battered parts of the UK yesterday as more thunderstorms swept across the country and temperatures plummeted
More than 40mm ...




Trump steel tariffs illegal, says UK's Liam Fox - BBC News
Trump steel tariffs illegal, says UK's Liam Fox  BBC News

New tariffs imposed by the US on steel and aluminium from the EU are "illegal", the UK's International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has said
The policy came into ...




Brexit: What is the Irish border backstop? - BBC News
Brexit: What is the Irish border backstop?  BBC News

A key part of the Brexit negotiations was about the border that separates Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland
Last month, EU leaders approved a ...




How I learnt to loathe England - Prospect
How I learnt to loathe England  Prospect

A Dutchman reflects on what he's learnt by living in Britain for the last six years?it isn't pretty.




Primark regrets Swansea breastfeeding mother upset - BBC News
Primark regrets Swansea breastfeeding mother upset  BBC News

Primark says it regrets upsetting a mother who was approached while breastfeeding and told to use a changing room or leave the store.




'Millennia of human activity': heatwave reveals lost UK archaeological sites - The Guardian
'Millennia of human activity': heatwave reveals lost UK archaeological sites  The Guardian

Ancient farms, burial mounds and neolithic monuments among fascinating finds in Britain and IrelandRediscovered archaeological sites ? in pictures.




Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy - GOV.UK
Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy  GOV.UK

We are building an economy that works for everyone, so that there are great places in every part of the UK for people to work and for businesses to invest, ...




Woman once dubbed Britain's fattest teenager taken from home by crane - WalesOnline
Woman once dubbed Britain's fattest teenager taken from home by crane  WalesOnline

Georgia is said to weigh close to 60 stones and medics and emergency services were needed to move her.




Rainfall Radar - Met Office
Rainfall Radar  Met Office

We're experiencing a problem getting map information
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10 charts that show why the NHS is in trouble - BBC News
10 charts that show why the NHS is in trouble  BBC News

The NHS faces unrelenting pressure despite funding rising
Why?




Qatar crisis highlights rising UK energy reliance on imports - The Guardian
Qatar crisis highlights rising UK energy reliance on imports  The Guardian

Fall in North Sea output means Britain imports nearly one-third of its gas from a small Gulf state whose transport links have just been severed by neighbours.




'Paupers' funerals' cost councils ?1.7m - BBC News
'Paupers' funerals' cost councils ?1.7m  BBC News

The cost to local councils of so-called "paupers' funerals" has risen almost 30%

to ?1.7m in the past four years
The number of these funerals has also risen by ...




Game beware: it's the return of the poacher - Independent
Game beware: it's the return of the poacher  Independent

As times get harder in Britain's cities, armed gangs are heading for the countryside – and stealing deer, salmon and rabbits to feed a burgeoning black ...




Dippy on Tour: A Natural History Adventure - The Natural History Museum
Dippy on Tour: A Natural History Adventure  The Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum's iconic Diplodocus cast is going on an adventure across the UK
Find out how you can join him.




10,000 years of war and immigration captured in this DNA map of Britain - Quartz
10,000 years of war and immigration captured in this DNA map of Britain  Quartz

New research from geneticists and historians at Oxford University uses DNA analysis to identify patterns of immigration from Europe to the UK
The DNA of ...




How Britain Voted in the EU Referendum - New York Times
How Britain Voted in the EU Referendum  New York Times

Britons voted on Thursday to leave the European Union
The Leave side led with 17.4 million votes, or 52 percent, versus the Remain side's 16.1 million, or 48 ...




Syria conflict: White Helmets evacuated by Israel - BBC News
Syria conflict: White Helmets evacuated by Israel  BBC News

Hundreds of civil defence volunteers and family members are taken from a border war zone to Jordan.




Vote 2011: UK rejects alternative vote - BBC News
Vote 2011: UK rejects alternative vote  BBC News

The UK has voted overwhelmingly to reject changing the way MPs are elected - dealing a bitter blow to Nick Clegg on top of heavy Lib Dem poll losses
Officials ...




Beast from the East meets storm Emma, causing UK's worst weather in years - The Guardian
Beast from the East meets storm Emma, causing UK's worst weather in years  The Guardian

Snow chaos causes deaths, disrupts travel and closes schools and hospitals across the UK as Met Office issues red alert.




Lynx could return to Britain this year after absence of 1,300 years - The Guardian
Lynx could return to Britain this year after absence of 1,300 years  The Guardian

Six of the secretive cats could be released in Northumberland's Kielder forest if an application by the Lynx UK Trust is approved.




United Kingdom country profile - BBC News
United Kingdom country profile  BBC News

The United Kingdom is a state made up of the historic countries of England, Wales and Scotland, as well as Northern Ireland
It is known as the home of both ...




London widens gap with regions - Financial Times
London widens gap with regions  Financial Times

London has opened a wider gap in economic output with the rest of the UK amid growing regional disparities since the financial crisis began more than three ...




Theresa May to create new internet that would be controlled and regulated by government - The Independent
Theresa May to create new internet that would be controlled and regulated by government  The Independent

Theresa May is planning to introduce huge regulations on the way the internet works, allowing the government to decide what is said online
Particular focus has ...




Former Labour leader Neil Kinnock says rich should pay more tax - WalesOnline
Former Labour leader Neil Kinnock says rich should pay more tax  WalesOnline

Lord Kinnock says 50p is correct rate for highest income tax level.




Deadly gales halt trains and flights across north-west Europe - The Guardian
Deadly gales halt trains and flights across north-west Europe  The Guardian

Storm lashes Belgium, Germany, Netherlands and parts of UK, uprooting power lines and trees, and killing at least nine people
Jon Henley European affairs ...




Pet travel: approved air, sea and rail carriers and routes - GOV.UK
Pet travel: approved air, sea and rail carriers and routes  GOV.UK

Check the transport companies and routes you can use to bring your pet cat, dog or ferret to England, Scotland or Wales.




Do England's cities want devolved powers? - BBC News
Do England's cities want devolved powers?  BBC News

England's major cities could be in line for sweeping new powers if they sign up for the government's devolution revolution - but is it wanted? George Osborne ...




There are liars and then there's Boris Johnson and Michael Gove | Nick Cohen - The Guardian
There are liars and then there's Boris Johnson and Michael Gove | Nick Cohen  The Guardian

The Brexit figureheads had no plan besides exploiting populist fears and dismissing experts who rubbished their thinking.




Sir Dave Brailsford at British Cycling - A career retrospective - British Cycling
Sir Dave Brailsford at British Cycling - A career retrospective  British Cycling

Upon the announcement that Sir Dave Brailsford has stepped down as British Cycling performance director, we look back at his career at British Cycling and the ...




Legal Information for Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) - Charities Aid Foundation
Legal Information for Charities Aid Foundation (CAF)  Charities Aid Foundation

Read legal information relating to Charities Aid Foundation and our subsidiaries, including CAF Bank and CAF Financial Solutions Ltd (CFSL)




Police, magistrates and prisons by G4S
Is this what the British people want? - Open Democracy
Police, magistrates and prisons by G4S
Is this what the British people want?
  Open Democracy

Police privatisation is one part of a bigger story in the UK
With precious little public scrutiny the world's largest security company has gained astonishing ...




MI5 'secretly collected phone data' for decade - BBC News
MI5 'secretly collected phone data' for decade  BBC News

MI5 has secretly been collecting vast amounts of data about UK phone calls to search for terrorist connections
The programme has been running for 10 years ...




Libraries lose a quarter of staff as hundreds close - BBC News
Libraries lose a quarter of staff as hundreds close  BBC News

Almost 8,000 jobs in UK libraries have disappeared in six years, about a quarter of the overall total, an investigation by the BBC has revealed
Over the same ...




Where is Game of Thrones filmed? Every location from all seven series, mapped - The Telegraph
Where is Game of Thrones filmed? Every location from all seven series, mapped  The Telegraph

The idea that tourists will flock to the filming locations of the latest blockbuster movie, or must-see TV drama, can sometimes feel a little far-fetched
How many ...




Calais migrant crisis: PM offers extra fencing and dogs - BBC News
Calais migrant crisis: PM offers extra fencing and dogs  BBC News

Extra fencing and sniffer dogs are to be offered to Calais to help deal with the migrant crisis, Prime Minister David Cameron says.




Caribbean? Maldives? No, it's Britain's hidden beaches - Daily Mail
Caribbean? Maldives? No, it's Britain's hidden beaches  Daily Mail

Amazingly each of these incredible seaside landscapes is in Britain - and they're among the country's best kept secrets.




Forest schools: fires, trees and mud pies - The Guardian
Forest schools: fires, trees and mud pies  The Guardian

Patrick Barkham: Outdoor nurseries are sweeping the UK, their focus on *fresh* air and child-centred learning rather than testing
But can they prepare children for ...




London stabbings 2018 ? latest knife crime statistics and attacks in Clapham, Crouch Hill, Hammersmith and G - The Sun
London stabbings 2018 ? latest knife crime statistics and attacks in Clapham, Crouch Hill, Hammersmith and G  The Sun

Dozens of people have been fatally stabbed in the capital since the beginning of this year as latest figures show knife crime has soared to seven-year high.




Offshore wind power cheaper than new nuclear - BBC News
Offshore wind power cheaper than new nuclear  BBC News

Energy from offshore wind in the UK will be cheaper than electricity from new nuclear power for the first time
The cost of subsidies for new offshore wind farms ...




One million hours of police time a year 'wasted enforcing cannabis prohibition' - The Independent
One million hours of police time a year 'wasted enforcing cannabis prohibition'  The Independent

One million hours of police time are being wasted each year on policing the ban on smoking cannabis, the Liberal Democrats say
Research by the party drawn ...




Mapped: How the UK generates its electricity - Carbon Brief
Mapped: How the UK generates its electricity  Carbon Brief

In recent years, the UK has added thousands of renewable power schemes to its ageing ? and dwindling ? fleet of coal, nuclear and gas plants
Yet these ...




When the flip of a coin wins an election - BBC News
When the flip of a coin wins an election  BBC News

In the first vote to decide the US's presidential candidates, several results were decided on the toss of a coin
How common is it for elections to be decided this ...




Russian spy: Retaliation could be painful for UK business - BBC News
Russian spy: Retaliation could be painful for UK business  BBC News

A crackdown on Russia's UK business ties in the wake of the spy poison revelations will hit a complex and lucrative web of interests
Prime Minister Theresa May ...




How WWII Nearly Ended A Year Early - Forces Network
How WWII Nearly Ended A Year Early  Forces Network

Read the Forces Network's account of Operation Market Garden, the largest airborne assault in military history.




EU referendum full results ? find out how your area voted - The Guardian
EU referendum full results ? find out how your area voted  The Guardian

Britain has voted to leave the European Union, by 52%

to 48%

, but Scotland, London and Northern Ireland all had a majority for remain
Find out how each local ...




Britain is no longer a Christian country and should stop acting as if it is, says judge - Telegraph.co.uk
Britain is no longer a Christian country and should stop acting as if it is, says judge  Telegraph.co.uk

A major inquiry into the place of religion in modern society has provoked a furious backlash from ministers and the Church of England.




Inside a European Adventure Playground - The Atlantic
Inside a European Adventure Playground  The Atlantic

Filmmaker Erin Davis discusses her forthcoming documentary about the Land, a Welsh playground that fosters "risky play."




Blind Dog Terfel Is Guided By Pwditat The Cat (PICTURES) - Huffington Post UK
Blind Dog Terfel Is Guided By Pwditat The Cat (PICTURES)  Huffington Post UK

A blind dog has acquired an unlikely sidekick - a cat who acts as his guide
As Terfel's cataracts caused his sight to decline, the ageing dog began confining ...




Four die as storm hits southern UK - BBC News
Four die as storm hits southern UK  BBC News

Four people have died after a storm hit parts of southern Britain, leading to 625000 homes losing power, and major travel disruption.




Exclusive: NSA pays ?100m in secret funding for GCHQ - The Guardian
Exclusive: NSA pays ?100m in secret funding for GCHQ  The Guardian

Exclusive: Documents leaked by Edward Snowden reveal weaker regulation of British spies 'a selling point' for US.




Q and A: Modern slavery in the UK - BBC News
Q and A: Modern slavery in the UK  BBC News

Police are questioning five people over allegations of slavery after 24 people were found allegedly held against their will on a traveller's site
The case is ...




European 'No-Go' Zones: Fact or Fiction? Part 2: Britain - Gatestone Institute
European 'No-Go' Zones: Fact or Fiction? Part 2: Britain  Gatestone Institute

"There's things that I see when I'm driving around Birmingham that shouldn't be happening
I only drive into these areas, never actually walk into these areas, ...




Vast 5,600-year-old religious centre discovered near Stonehenge - The Independent
Vast 5,600-year-old religious centre discovered near Stonehenge  The Independent

A huge, prehistoric religious and ceremonial complex has been discovered near Britain's most famous prehistoric temple Stonehenge
Its discovery is likely to ...




UK riots: Trouble erupts in English cities - BBC News
UK riots: Trouble erupts in English cities  BBC News

Rioting spreads to a number of cities with unrest in Manchester and Liverpool, while three men said to be protecting their community have been run over and ...




British scientists to create 'synthetic' blood - Independent
British scientists to create 'synthetic' blood  Independent

Scientists in Britain plan to become the first in the world to produce unlimited amounts of synthetic human blood from embryonic stem cells for emergency ...




Brexit: David Cameron to quit after UK votes to leave EU - BBC News
Brexit: David Cameron to quit after UK votes to leave EU  BBC News

Prime Minister David Cameron is to step down by October after the UK voted to leave the European Union
Speaking outside 10 Downing Street, he said " *fresh* ...




Austerity audit - FT.com - Financial Times
Austerity audit - FT.com  Financial Times

Government changes to Britain's benefit system are the most significant for a generation
The geographic impact varies widely, with post-industrial regions such ...




Spire Leicester Hospital | Private Hospital in Leicester, Leicestershire - Spire Healthcare
Spire Leicester Hospital | Private Hospital in Leicester, Leicestershire  Spire Healthcare

At Spire Leicester Hospital, we're a leading provider of private hospital treatments for our patients across the East Midlands and beyond
We offer fast access to ...




Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet in full - The Guardian
Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet in full  The Guardian

Labour leader has finalised political appointments, with John McDonnell, Hilary Benn and Andy Burnham among those in top positions.




Her eyes wide with fear, my child was choking to death - and I didn't know what to do - Daily Mail
Her eyes wide with fear, my child was choking to death - and I didn't know what to do  Daily Mail

It is the third most common cause of infant death in the UK - killing an average of 24 under-fives a year in England and Wales.




CJCT wins contest for Leeds 'High Line' homes - Architects' Journal
CJCT wins contest for Leeds 'High Line' homes  Architects' Journal

Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher (CJCT) has won an invited competition for a new housing scheme in Leeds featuring a High Line-style park.




Europe | Paris liberation made 'whites only' - BBC News
Europe | Paris liberation made 'whites only'  BBC News

Papers unearthed by the BBC reveal British and American commanders ensured the liberation of Paris on 25 August 1944 was seen as a "whites only" victory.




British Culture: 10 Brilliantly British Stereotypes Debunked ? Infographic - Anglotopia.net
British Culture: 10 Brilliantly British Stereotypes Debunked ? Infographic  Anglotopia.net

From the Source: I'm sure we've all heard the stereotypes that surround our nation in the past; including claims that we drink too much tea, have stiff upper lips ...




Royal car attacked in protest after MPs' fee vote - BBC News
Royal car attacked in protest after MPs' fee vote  BBC News

A car containing Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall is attacked by protesters amid violence after MPs voted to raise tuition fees.




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