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Manhunt after 'corrosive substance' attack outside Manchester school
A manhunt is under way after two armed men in balaclavas poured a "corrosive substance" on a car outside a Manchester primary school.
Pret had nine sesame allergy incidents in year before girl's death, inquest hears
A teenager who died after eating a Pret a Manger baguette was the 10th person to have had an allergic reaction to sesame at the chain, an inquest heard.
Meghan steps out without Prince Harry for first royal solo engagement
The Duchess of Sussex has completed her first solo engagement, looking every inch the modern royal.
Theresa May rejects calls for a general election over Brexit
Theresa May has rejected Labour's demands for an early general election, saying a snap vote "would not be in the national interest".
Labour conference: Jeremy Corbyn to attack 'greed-is-good capitalism'
Jeremy Corbyn will round off Labour's conference with a blistering attack on "greed-is-good capitalism" and promises of more free childcare and a "green jobs revolution".
Beluga whale spotted in River Thames could be 'in trouble'
A rare beluga whale which has been spotted in the River Thames could be "in trouble," marine wildlife experts have said.
Labour leaves door open to second Brexit referendum
Jeremy Corbyn has backed Sir Keir Starmer's conference floor statement that "nobody is ruling out Remain as an option" in an interview with Sky News at the Labour Party conference in Liverpool.
EU and non-EU migrants to get 'same status' after Brexit
EU nationals who arrive in Britain after Brexit will be treated the same as those from the rest of the world, ministers have reportedly decided.
Alan Hogg: Bodies found in search for British man and wife in Thailand
Two bodies have been found with gunshot wounds after a British man and his wife went missing in Thailand last week.
Life expectancy increase in UK stalls for first time since 1982, ONS study finds
The increase in UK life expectancy at birth has come to a standstill for the first time since records began in 1982, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).