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Burma and Bangladesh have signed an agreement covering the return of Rohingya Muslims who fled across their mutual border to escape violence in Burma’s Rakhine state.
Universal Credit (UC) claimants will not be left penniless over Christmas, the Work and Pensions Secretary said as he defended a £1.5 billion reform package announced in the Budget.
Energy firm E has been fined £260,000 for failing to carry out background checks on door-to-door sales reps who misled customers by posing as an independent price comparison service.
British Gas owner Centrica has suffered its biggest ever one-day shares crash after haemorrhaging 823,000 household energy accounts in four months and warning over full-year earnings.
Newcastle United fans have topped the list of banning orders in England and Wales for the third consecutive year.
Donald Trump has told members of the US military positioned across the globe that they are winning big under his presidency.
Artificial lights are growing brighter every year and it spells bad news for us all, scientists say.
Police have now arrested more than 20 German men in connection with a violent brawl which broke out in Liverpool, leaving one man critically injured.
Residents in Lancashire have begun a clean-up after flooding saw them evacuated from their homes.
Blockbusters Dunkirk and Despicable Me 3 have boosted Cineworld’s revenues as the multiplex chain launched a string of new sites.
MPs will finish their line-by-line assessment of key Brexit legislation before Christmas, according to Andrea Leadsom.
Black Friday can be a stressful experience – desperately hunting for deals online against the clock and in constant fear of missing out.
Theresa May has insisted that Chancellor Philip Hammond’s job is safe after a “very good” Budget.
A toddler has died in hospital after being discovered seriously hurt at a house in Birmingham.
Workers at the University of Bath have warned that the institution’s embattled vice-chancellor does not have the support of staff after she narrowly survived a no confidence vote.
The Government has not published the number of UK citizens affected by a major hack of Uber because it does not have sufficient confidence in the figure provided by the taxi-hailing company, a minister has said.
Argentina says a sound detected in the search for a missing submarine with 44 crew members on board is consistent with a non-nuclear explosion.
Divining rods are still being used by water companies to locate underground pipes in the UK despite there being no scientific evidence that this archaic method works, an Oxford University scientist has found.
Donations to the Conservatives in three months to the end of September outstripped those to all the other political parties, according to the latest official figures.
The NHS needs to do more to cut waste and put funding back into frontline care, Philip Hammond said following criticism that his Budget did not allocate enough to England’s health service.