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Oscar hopeful The Shape Of Water sued over plagiarism allegations
Oscar contender The Shape Of Water has been hit by a lawsuit claiming that its surreal plot is a rip-off of a 1969 play.
British Gas owner Centrica to cut 4,000 jobs after 'significantly reduced profit'
British Gas owner Centrica says it will shed 4,000 jobs by 2020 following a big fall in operating profits.
Police officer dies as Europa League fans clash outside Bilbao stadium
A policeman has died after street brawls broke out between officers and rival football fans outside a Spanish stadium.
Grand Canyon helicopter crash: Fourth British tourist dies
One of the survivors of a helicopter crash in the Grand Canyon has died, taking the number of British fatalities to four.
Henry Bolton: It was worth losing UKIP job to be with lover Jo Marney
Former UKIP leader Henry Bolton has said his relationship with a former model who sent racist messages is worth losing his job over.
Syria 'massacre' intensifies as UN urges ceasefire vote
The deadly bombardment of eastern Ghouta in Syria is said to have killed at least 46 more civilians on Thursday, ahead of a potential UN vote on a 30-day ceasefire.
World's most powerful tractor beam 'like a pair of robot hands'
Researchers have for the first time used a tractor beam to move a levitating object around an obstacle course.
Amber Rudd: We'll always protect war-torn families from Syria horror
Home Secretary Amber Rudd, who has visited refugees on the Syrian-Lebanese border, wanted to see the "shocking" suffering for herself which she says underlines the importance of UK support.
Net migration from EU drops below 100,000 for first time since 2013
Net migration from the EU to the UK has fallen below 100,000 for the first time in almost five years.
Teen arrested after fatal stabbings in Camden
A teenager has been arrested on suspicion of stabbing two young men to death during a night of violence in northwest London.
Environment Secretary Michael Gove hints at plastic straws ban after Brexit
Britain could outlaw plastic straws once it has left the European Union, the Environment Secretary has suggested.
Michael van Gerwen, Michael Smith and Rob Cross win in Berlin leg of Premier League
Michael Smith won a battle of perfect records to go clear at the top of the Premier League, but Michael van Gerwen is closing in after a record-breaking night in Berlin.
Oxfam GB suspended from working in Haiti amid sex scandal investigation
Haiti has suspended Oxfam Great Britain from operating in the country amid an investigation into the charity's sex scandal.
Dyson suffers legal setback in energy label case
Dyson has suffered a legal setback in its battle to secure improved energy efficiency ratings for its bagless vacumm cleaners.
NRA chief executive Wayne LaPierre says anti-gun lobby 'hate freedom'
The chief executive of the National Rifle Association said gun control advocates "hate individual freedom", before Donald Trump told Florida officials he is the "biggest believer in the second amendment".
Joe Root admits he did not deliver during England's Ashes defeat
Joe Root has admitted he did not deliver during England's Ashes series defeat, but says he wants to bounce back on their tour of New Zealand, live on Sky Sports.
MPs to debate legislation to bring in 'opt-out' organ donation
MPs are set to discuss a bill which would introduce a national 'opt-out' system for organ donation in England.
Tessa Jowell calls for more teamwork on brain cancer research
Baroness Tessa Jowell has called on medical researchers and governments to work more closely on developing treatments for brain cancer.
Dua Lipa and Stormzy bring politics to the Brits as both win two awards
Grime artist Stormzy and singer Dua Lipa were the main winners at the Brit Awards, both claiming two awards each.