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Domestic violence victims 'sleeping rough' after refuges closed
Despite domestic abuse being of "personal importance" to Theresa May, women fleeing violence are struggling to find a space in a refuge and can end up sleeping rough.
Storm Brian: 'Weather bomb' storm set to batter Britain and Ireland
Storm Brian is set to batter the British Isles this weekend - with the prospects of gusts of up to 70mph and flooding along the coast.
'Eye-watering' price hike for collecting passengers at airports - study
Parking charges for those picking up and dropping off passengers at some of the UK's busiest airports have been hiked up to "eye-watering" levels, a study has found.
Police to resume search for missing RAF airman Corrie McKeague at landfill site
Police are to resume the search for missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague at a landfill site next week.
'Imbecile' Donald Trump slammed by MPs for UK crime tweet
British MPs have accused Donald Trump of "fearmongering" and of making "inflammatory and ignorant statements" after he claimed a rise in UK crime was caused by "radical Islamic terror".
Drug dealer Harry Fisher caught with £1m stolen painting jailed for eight years
A drug dealer who was caught with a £1m stolen painting and a £450,000 stash of cocaine and ecstasy has been jailed for eight years and eight months.
Toddler Elsie Scully-Hicks had injuries similar to those in 'severe' car crashes
Eye injuries a toddler suffered - discovered after she was allegedly murdered by her adoptive father - were similar to those seen in a "severe" car crash, a court has heard.
RBS restructuring unit probed over claims it profited from stricken firms
Police in Scotland are looking into allegations a controversial division of Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), set up to restore struggling companies to health, broke the law in its dealings with them.
Spice Girls bar Mel B reunite for Mel C's new Room For Love video
A full Spice Girls reunion may still be just a pipe dream, but four of the original five are appearing together again.
Everton to ban fan holding child who aimed 'punch' at Lyon player
An Everton fan who appeared to aim a punch at a Lyon player while holding a child in his arms is set to be banned by the club.