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Get on with trade deal, say German firms

Adam Marshall, director general of the BCC, said: ‘As Brexit talks continue, it’s clear that companies in the UK and on the continent all want economic issu... read more

Christian girl, 5, forced into care with devout Muslims

A Christian girl aged five was forced to live in traditional Muslim foster homes where nobody spoke English and she was encouraged to learn Arabic, it was repor... read more

Winchester and Charterhouse dragged into cheating scandal

The latest scandal comes just days after Eton College dismissed deputy head, Mo Tanweer Two more schools have been dragged into a cheating scandal amid allegati... read more

Rail services in the North are four times slower

Trains connecting Britain’s major towns and cities are up to four times slower outside the South East, according to new research. Press Association analys... read more

Why Brucie was certain Strictly would be a flop

Ballroom dancing and its old-style glamour had been all but killed off, Bruce Forsyth thought when Strictly was first mooted by the BBC. But here, in our second... read more

Veterinary nurse poisoned her her dog for attention

A Veteniary nurse deliberately poisoned her pet dog in order to get attention. Georgina Bretman repeatedly injected her cocker spaniel Florence with insulin tha... read more

Tobe Hooper, Texas Chain Saw Massacre director, dies at 74

Tobe Hooper, the horror-movie pioneer whose low-budget sensation The Texas Chain Saw Massacre took a buzz saw to audiences with its brutally frightful vision, h... read more

Swimmer aged 32 drowns in Horbury Lagoon

A man who vanished after going swimming in lagoon which has been the scene of two previous drowning tragedies was found dead yesterday. A massive search was lau... read more

Australia kicks out 2,800 foreign-born crooks since 2014

The Australian government has booted out 2,800 foreign-born criminals in just three years in an unprecedented crackdown. One Nation leader Pauline Hanson is bac... read more

Pennsylvania teacher accused of sexually abusing student

High school science teacher Nikki Varney, 44, (pictured) from Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania, was charged by state police on Friday for allegedly having a sexual r... read more

Masked antifa swarm at Berkeley rally, assaulting several

Violence has broken out between left- and right-wing protesters, after more than 100 black-clad masked antifa, short for ‘anti-fascists’, broke thro... read more

Gold Coast sportsman critically injured driving into fence

A well-known athlete is in critical condition after crashing his car into a fence   The unidentified sportsman crashed into the fence in Mermaid Waters at 7a... read more

Horrific injuries suffered by a bus driver pictured

A Brisbane bus driver has been seriously assaulted by a teenage passenger The boy became involved in an argument with the 67-year-old male driver An image of th... read more

Too much salt more than doubles the risk of heart failure

Eating too much salt more than doubles the risk of heart failure, scientists have found. Experts have long known that salt increases high-blood pressure – but... read more

PETER OBORNE: Corbyn’s U-turn HAS put Mrs May on the spot

Even by Westminster’s current lowly standards, Jeremy Corbyn’s decision to endorse continued membership of the European Single Market beyond March 2019, whe... read more

Four coffees a day ‘cuts the risk of dying early’

Drinking four cups of coffee a day significantly cuts the chance of an early death, research suggests. A study of 20,000 people found heavy consumption cut the... read more

Man charged with Gold Coast stabbing after boxing match

A shirtless man with blood pouring from his head was handcuffed and wheeled away by paramedics following a violent brawl at Surfers Paradise.  A fight broke ou... read more

Jurors in UK’s longest-ever crime trial need counselling

Jurors in the longest criminal trial in UK history have told of their struggle to return to a normal life. After 20 months of listening to evidence, four of 12 ... read more

How YOU could take the joystick of a legendary Spitfire

It is the aircraft that became the emblem of British tenacity in the darkest days of 1940 when all that stood between the country and invasion was a handful of ... read more

Forecasters say Harvey could dump 50 inches of total rain

Tropical Storm Harvey, whose torrential downpours have already wreaked havoc on southeast Texas since making landfall late Friday, could dump up to 50 inches of... read more

Waste from your bin could fuel aeroplanes

Planes could be powered by household rubbish under a new government scheme. Ministers are offering £22million of funding for research to develop low-carbon, wa... read more

‘Camouflage sex attack’ photos allegedly found on phone’

A Central Coast father accused of abducting and sexually assaulting a 12-year-old girl while dressed in a camouflage suit allegedly took pictures of the horrifi... read more

Louanne Ward decodes dating body language signals

While there are some body language signals that reflect how a person feels about you very clearly, others are more subtle – especially when it comes to da... read more

Scottish conductor found beaten to death in Argentina

Violinist Finlay Ferguson, 60, found dead in his apartment in the city of Cordoba  Reports suggest conductor was had died from blow to the head from a dumbbel... read more