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Terry Butcher 'devastated' after death of son Christopher, aged 35

Former England football captain Terry Butcher has said he is "devastated" after the death of his son Chris, aged 35.

Social media blamed for big rise in girls self-harming

There has been a big rise in reports of girls self-harming - with experts suggesting digitial media may be to blame.

FA 'sorry' but face 'blackmail' claim over ex-manager Mark Sampson race row

The Football Association apologised to two England women's players over remarks by their ex-manager - just minutes before top bosses faced accusations of blackmail-like behaviour over a race row.

Piccadilly Circus lights facial detection system 'incredibly intrusive'

Facial detection technology in the new Piccadilly Circus lights is "incredibly intrusive", according to privacy campaigners.

'Multiple Tory rebellions' likely over EU Withdrawal Bill

'Multiple Tory rebellions' likely over EU Withdrawal Bill

The debate and votes over hundreds of amendments to the crucial EU Withdrawal Bill look to have been delayed until next month, perhaps as late as the middle of November.

Labour: Theresa May's Brexit strategy 'in paralysis' amid legislation delays

Labour: Theresa May's Brexit strategy 'in paralysis' amid legislation delays

Labour has claimed Theresa May’s Brexit strategy is "in paralysis" after it emerged that the legislation on leaving the EU is facing further delays in Parliament.

Foodbanks and rent arrears fears raised by angry MPs over universal credit

Foodbanks and rent arrears fears raised by angry MPs over universal credit

A foodbank will need 15 more tonnes of donations in the lead up to Christmas and tenants are running £500 into rent arrears because of universal credit, angry MPs have said.

Odds slashed on Last Christmas being Xmas number one year after George Michael's death

Odds slashed on Last Christmas being Xmas number one year after George Michael's death

The odds on Last Christmas by Wham! becoming Christmas number one have been slashed.

Lloyds investors 'mugged' on HBOS purchase, trial hears

Lloyds investors 'mugged' on HBOS purchase, trial hears

The High Court has heard shareholders in Lloyds were "mugged" when the bank recommended buying Halifax Bank of Scotland (HBOS) at the height of the financial crisis.

Four Britons kidnapped in Nigeria as police hunt militants

Four Britons kidnapped in Nigeria as police hunt militants

Four British nationals have been kidnapped from a remote village in Nigeria, police and community leaders have said.

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