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Students wrongly caught up in Theresa May's 'hostile environment' still being detained and 'living...

Students are still being detained and are living in “terror” after being wrongly caught up in Theresa May’s “hostile environment” crackdown five years ago,...

Women still face 'massive gender bias' in UK workforce, new AI study finds

Women still face a “massive gender bias” in the UK workforce, a new first of its kind study powered by artificial intelligence has found.  The research,...

Drug that killed Holby City actor's daughter 'intense like LSD'

Users who have taken the party drug that killed the daughter of Holby City star John Michie have described “intense and unforgiving” experiences when...

UK weather: temperatures set to hit high teens this week leaving Britain hotter than...

Britain’s unseasonably warm weather is set to continue for the rest of month and could even break temperature records, according to forecasters. Meteorologists said...

NHS staff should be able to jump the queue to access mental health support,...

Doctors, nurses and other frontline NHS staff should be allowed to jump long queues to access mental health treatment ahead of the general public, according...

Seven of his MPs have quit, but Jeremy Corbyn could only stubbornly reiterate that...

In front of around 500 people, Jeremy Corbyn strode on to the stage to the sound of about six hands clapping. “Thank you so...

Brexit: Theresa May heads to Brussels in hope of breaking deadlock with new plan

Theresa May will fly to Brussels on Wednesday with new plans to change Britain’s EU withdrawal agreement, as she desperately tries to save her...

Billionaire Brexiteer Sir Jim Ratcliffe to relocate to Monaco in bid 'to 'save £4bn...

The shadow chancellor said he was “disappointed” with reports that prominent Brexiteer and Britain’s wealthiest man, Sir Jim Ratcliffe, is relocating to Monaco in a bid to...

Britons stockpiling euros as Brexit day draws nearer

Britons have been stockpiling euros as the UK’s departure from the European Union draws nearer, new figures suggest. Sales of euros have been up on...

UK government letting down young people by failing to tackle health inequalities, report warns

Young people in the UK are more likely to develop a long-term condition which may kill them or deny them years of healthy life, compared to European...

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