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Gale force winds and rain to batter UK this weekend as Storm Brian hits
Storm Brian will hit the UK on Saturday bringing gale force winds and rain to the south of the country.
Violent crime rises by 19% as 5m offences are logged in England and Wales
Violent crime has soared in England and Wales in the last year, pushing the number of crimes recorded by police past five million.
Ex-England footballer Lianne Sanderson: FA bosses 'not sorry enough' over race row
One of the female football players who gave evidence to MPs about an FA race row says she does not think its bosses are sorry enough.
BFI withdraws Harvey Weinstein's fellowship
The British Film Institute (BFI) has withdrawn Harvey Weinstein's BFI Fellowship, due to what it calls the "serious and widespread allegations" about his "appalling" conduct.
Goldman boss signals Brexit shift to Frankfurt in tweet
There is further evidence of growing frustration with the pace of Brexit talks in a tweet by one of the most powerful bankers in the United States.
Tory MPs angry at Government 'tyranny' over Universal Credit vote
Angry backbench Tory MPs have accused the Government of "tyranny" after being forced to skip a parliamentary vote on flagship welfare reforms.
Tinder brings out 'basic mating instincts' in both sexes
The way both sexes find partners on dating app Tinder conforms to classical evolutionary psychology, a study has found.
Northern Ireland manager Michael O'Neill admits drink-driving
Michael O'Neill, the Northern Ireland football manager, has been banned from driving for 16 months and fined £1,300 after pleading guilty to drink-driving.
Terry Butcher 'devastated' after death of son Christopher, aged 35
Former England football captain Terry Butcher has said he is "devastated" after the death of his son Chris, aged 35.
Call for Scottish smacking ban to be extended to rest of UK
Campaigners say it is time to introduce a ban on smacking in the rest of the UK after the Scottish government said it is prohibiting physical punishment.