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HS2 rail link could be terminated as review announced
The future of HS2 has been thrown into doubt after it was revealed that an independent review will consider whether and how the £55bn project should continue.
Lucas Dobson: Body found in search for six-year-old boy who fell into Kent river
A body has been found in the search for six-year-old Lucas Dobson who fell into a river in Kent on Saturday.
British government worker detained in China, officials confirm
A worker at Britain's Hong Kong consulate has been detained for allegedly violating the law, the Chinese foreign ministry has said.
Children 'robbed of childhood' as families housed in converted shipping containers and offices
Thousands of children are being "robbed" of a decent childhood by growing up in converted shipping containers and office blocks, say campaigners.
Johnson courts Merkel and Macron after EU snubs backstop alternatives
Boris Johnson will meet the German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin this afternoon, just a day after she added her voice to EU scepticism about his "alternative arrangements" to the Irish backstop.
Appeal court upholds protest-free zone outside Marie Stopes abortion clinic in Ealing
The Court of Appeal has upheld a landmark ruling allowing a protest-free zone outside an abortion clinic in Ealing, London.
New stegosaurus discovered by British team in Morocco
The makers of the next Jurassic Park film could have a new dinosaur to play with after scientists discovered a never-before-seen species of stegosaurus that could also be the oldest of its kind.
Ex-QPR boss Ian Holloway bizarrely blames EU for new handball rule
Ian Holloway says he hopes Brexit will go ahead as he blames the EU for a controversial new handball rule in Premier League football.
UK homes hoarding millions of unused gadgets - how many are yours?
It might be time to finally take that Nokia 3310 out of your desk drawer and get the Super Nintendo out of the loft, as UK households have been told they are hoarding too many old and unused gadgets.
Vatican's banker, Cardinal George Pell, loses child abuse conviction appeal
The most senior member of the Catholic Church to be found guilty of child abuse has lost an appeal against his conviction.