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Russia expels British 'spies' after Salisbury poisoning attack
Russia is kicking out 23 British diplomats - many believed to be intelligence officers - as the row intensifies over the poisoning of ex-spy Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in Salisbury.
Insults and expulsions - what next for Britain and Russia in spy poisoning row?
There's been a lot of what you might call "huffing and puffing" on both sides. But Russia will likely now hope this whole thing blows over.
More flights cancelled as new cold snap hits UK
Snow has fallen across many parts of the UK as a new cold snap begins to grip the country.
Murder inquiry under way after man shot and stabbed in north London
A murder investigation is under way after a man was found shot and stabbed in north London.
Prince Charles travels with own bed and toilet seat, claims new book
Prince Charles travels with his own orthopaedic bed and toilet seat, according to a new biography revealing details of his pampered life.
Celebrity 'snake whisperer' Abu Zarin Hussin dies after cobra bite
A Malaysian firefighter dubbed the "snake whisperer" because of his skill in handling deadly snakes has died after being bitten by a cobra.
Ciao cricket! Kevin Pietersen retires from the game on social media
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has announced on social media that he is retiring.
Bodies of 14 people found off Greek island after migrant boat sinks
The bodies of 14 people have been recovered after a suspected migrant smuggling boat sank off a Greek island in the eastern Aegean.
'I'm eternally grateful to the NHS,' Theresa May says
Theresa May has taken on critics of the Tories' record on public services with a highly personal speech about her own experiences.
Oxfam faces fresh allegations over sexual misconduct
Oxfam is facing fresh criticism after a senior member of staff was reportedly allowed to stay at the organisation despite repeated abuse allegations.