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Philip Hammond's pre-Budget interviews overshadowed by gaffe
Philip Hammond has been accused of being out of touch after claiming "there are no unemployed people" in his pre-Budget interviews.
Young IS sniper victim Maryam just wants a normal life
Somehow, Maryam Samir survived the war in Mosul but there was a moment several months ago when her father Ahmad left her for dead.
Gaia Pope's family 'absolutely devastated' after police find body
The family of Gaia Pope have said they are "absolutely devastated" after police searching for the missing 19-year-old found a body.
Songs Of Praise host Aled Jones off air after 'inappropriate contact' claim
Aled Jones will not appear on the BBC while the corporation investigates claims of inappropriate behaviour.
Donald Trump nuclear order could be refused - General John Hyten
If Donald Tump ordered a nuclear strike that was not legal, the top US nuclear commander says he would not carry it out.
Tory MP says EU Withdrawal Bill plan increases 'no deal' risk
A Tory MP has labelled the Government's attempts to write the Brexit date into UK law as "madness" - warning that it would increase the risk of Britain leaving the EU without a divorce deal.
Man arrested after 53 phones stolen at Royal Blood gig
A man has been arrested on suspicion of theft after more than 50 mobile phones were stolen at a Royal Blood rock concert in Birmingham.
David Cassidy in hospital after 'suffering organ failure'
Former teen idol David Cassidy is in hospital after reportedly suffering organ failure.
Distress calls detected 'from missing Argentinian submarine'
Rescuers searching for a missing Argentinian naval submarine are trying to pinpoint the location of emergency signals thought to be from the vessel.
British yachtsman Simon Speirs, 60, dies in round-the-world race
A British sailor has died after being washed overboard during one of the world's toughest yacht races.