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Lifeline for 'silent victims' of alcoholic parents
New measures are to be introduced to help the children of alcoholic parents, the Government has announced.
PM 'will not backtrack' on leaving customs union
Theresa May is facing new conflict over Brexit ahead of a Commons debate on the customs union.
Should Royals pick up £6m security bill for Harry and Meghan's wedding?
Policing the Royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle could cost as much as £6m, according to estimates based on new figures relating to Prince William and Kate Middleton's big day in 2011.
Martin Lewis to sue Facebook over fake adverts with his name
Martin Lewis is to sue Facebook over claims it has published over 50 bogus adverts bearing his name, many of which have been used to scam thousands of pounds out of people.
Four Britons killed in Saudi Arabia coach crash
Four Britons have died after their coach collided with a petrol tanker in Saudi Arabia.
Nicaragua journalist killed on Facebook Live while covering protests
The death of a journalist covering protests in Nicaragua has been captured on camera as he filmed on Facebook Live.
TSB 'data breach' sees customer credited with £13k
TSB has apologised after a string of customers complained of problems with their mobile and online accounts, including claims some had "access" to other people's bank details.
Hunt for 'nude' gunman as Waffle House victims named
The suspect in a shooting at a restaurant in Nashville was arrested last year for being in a restricted area near the White House, it has emerged.
Glasgow leads Britain's satellite space race
Glasgow has become the unlikely capital of Britain's satellite-building industry.
Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black throw baby shower
Diver Tom Daley and Dustin Lance Black have held a baby shower to celebrate the upcoming birth of their child.