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Britons killed in Saudi Arabia coach crash

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Four Britons on a pilgrimage died and 12 more were hurt when their coach crashed, a travel firm says.

Jeremy Hunt threatens social media with new child-protection laws

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The health secretary wants action from the sites on underage use, bullying and screen-time limits.

London Marathon 2018 hottest on record

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More than 40,000 runners took part in the 26.2-mile event amid temperatures of at least 24.1C (75.3F).

Marathon: Mo Farah breaks British record

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Britain's Mo Farah finishes third at the London Marathon in a new British record as Kenyan Eliud Kipchoge wins for a third time.

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Chelsea beat Saints to set up Man Utd final

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Goals from Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata help Chelsea beat Southampton to reach the FA Cup final against Manchester United.

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Brexit: Morgan calls for 'rational debate' on UK's customs plans

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Nicky Morgan says MPs have a duty to examine the UK's customs plans and not engage in "sabre-rattling".

Two questioned over filmed assault on girl in Bangor

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The 16-year-old girl was kicked and punched in the face in the attack in Bangor which was videoed.

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Man seriously hurt in Brighton 'road rage attack'

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An argument between the occupants of two cars in Brighton followed a road rage incident, police said.

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Windrush: Corbyn says PM ignored immigration policy warnings

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The Labour leader says Theresa May is responsible for the effects of a "hostile" migration policy.

Two die after Porsche crash on A525 Denbigh bypass

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A blue Porsche Caymen crashed on the A525 Denbigh bypass on Saturday night.

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WW1 hero honoured 100 years after daring submarine raid

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Lt Richard Sandford blew up his submarine under a viaduct stopping German U-boats in 1918.

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Stephen Lawrence murder: Police should 'revisit' Macpherson lessons

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Vigilance is needed to root out racial stereotyping which can lead to injustice says the Archbishop of York.

Carwyn Jones 'not done yet' says Jeremy Corbyn

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The UK Labour leader pays tribute to Wales' first minister, who has announced he is to step down.

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Carwyn Jones exit 'does not help Sargeant family'

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The departure of Carwyn Jones does not help the family of an ex-minister who died, a lawyer says.

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Security services 'to get more power to stop attacks'

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Security services will get more powers to stop terror attacks, according to a leaked document.

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How hard is giving up plastic for a month?

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Ten years ago I tried to live without plastic for a month. A decade on, would it be easier or harder?

Dram master

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Rachel Barrie is a rarity in the world of Scotch whisky - a female master blender.

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Judah Adunbi charged with racially aggravated offence

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Judah Adunbi was a former member of the Independent Advisory Group to Avon and Somerset Police.

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Dean Tate: Body found in search for missing man

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Police believe the body on an island in the Bristol Channel is Dean Tate, 40, last seen two months ago.

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Real ale fans won't represent all drinkers

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A plan for the Campaign for Real Ale to promote other beers as well as real ales is narrowly voted down.

Saturday, Apr 21

Wales first minister to stand down

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Welsh Labour leader says he went through "the darkest of times" after death of a minster he sacked.

Boy, 3, drowns in David Lloyd fitness club pool in Leeds

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The boy was swimming with his family in a David Lloyd Fitness Club in Moortown, Leeds.

Cystic fibrosis: Company urged to lower cost of life-changing drug

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Health ministers call on company to lower price of cystic fibrosis drug Orkambi so the NHS can afford it.

Theresa May: Compensation for Windrush generation

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The prime minister says people who were treated unfairly will receive payments "where appropriate".

Friday, Apr 20

Kent arrest in Hither Green fatal burglary probe

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A man wanted over the Hither Green break-in where an intruder was killed is held by police.

Prince Charles to be next Commonwealth head

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Commonwealth leaders agree that the Prince of Wales will be the next head of the organisation.

Skripal poisoning: Salisbury toxic hotspots clean-up begins

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Police cordons seal off parts of the city but officials insist there is no danger to the public.

Windrush: Alan Johnson says landing cards decision was made in 2009

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Former Labour home secretary says the "administrative decision" was made by UK Border Agency officials.

Thursday, Apr 19

UK temperatures top 29C in hottest April day since 1949

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Temperatures have hit 29.1C in London, making it the warmest April day for nearly 70 years.

Clevedon house crash: Woman dies as van hits building

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A woman, 34, and a man, 33, remain in police custody on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.

Commonwealth meeting: Queen hopes Prince Charles will succeed her

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She tells leaders it is her "sincere wish" for Prince Charles to be the next head of the Commonwealth.

Dale Winton, Supermarket Sweep presenter, dies aged 62

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Tributes paid to the "generous soul with a touch of naughty" who rose to fame hosting Supermarket Sweep.

Wednesday, Apr 18

UK confirms post-Brexit passport deal with Gemalto

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The Franco-Dutch firm will make the UK's post-Brexit blue passports as De La Rue accepts defeat.

Windrush: Theresa May hits back at Labour over landing cards

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Theresa May says the decision was taken to destroy documents in 2009 - but Labour disputes this.

Daryll Rowe jailed for infecting men with HIV

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Daryll Rowe infected five men he had unprotected sex with and sabotaged the condoms of another five.

London Marathon weather: Sunday's race could be hottest on record

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Sunday's London Marathon could be the hottest on record, with organisers saying they will be sending advice to runners this week.

Tuesday, Apr 17

London violence: Forest Gate teenager stabbed to death

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Sami Sidhom's death brings the total number of stabbing fatalities in London this year to nearly 40.

Syria air strikes: Jeremy Corbyn urges MPs to assert authority

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The Labour leader says the PM showed "disregard" for convention when she authorised Syria air strikes.

UK PM apologises to Caribbean leaders

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Theresa May says the Windrush children have a right to be in the UK and will not be deported.

Alfie Evans: Parents appeal to Supreme Court again

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Tom Evans and Kate James have again asked for their terminally ill son's life support not to be ended.