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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.
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.
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.
Mobile customers still being charged for handsets they have already paid for, consumer group warns
Loyal mobile phone customers could be being charged for their handsets after they have paid them off, a consumer group has warned.
Boost for Chancellor as September borrowing lowest for 10 years
Chancellor Philip Hammond has received a boost ahead of next month's Budget as public sector borrowing in September fell to its lowest in 10 years.
EU 'green-lights' Brexit trade talk preparations
The EU has given the "green light" to preparations for the second phase of Brexit talks, dealing with trade.
Uber hails ex-Ofcom chief to help drive London licence appeal
A former chief executive of Ofcom, the media regulator, is being drafted in by Uber to aid its appeal against a ban that could force it to pull out of London.
New data reveals 'social apartheid' at Oxford and Cambridge universities
Britain's elite universities represent a "social apartheid" as new figures reveal a privileged background is "still the key" to earning a place at Oxford or Cambridge, a former Labour minister has claimed.
Celebrities share poignant messages to loved ones who have died
Mary Berry and Rio Ferdinand are among the famous faces speaking out about their grief in a new campaign to raise awareness about family bereavement.
Bank of England under fire over lack of diversity
The Bank of England has come under fire for a lack of diversity in top positions - and an influential group of MPs may summon the Chancellor for a grilling over their concerns.