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25th January, 13:55

British airmans plane found after 70 years

The plane of a British pilot who went missing in Europe during World War Two has been discovered more than 70 years later..
25th January, 13:45

Iran could be open to fresh US talks

Iran has not ruled out negotiations with the United States, even after an American drone strike that killed a top general..
25th January, 13:25

Marine dies after beach exercise

A Royal Marine recruit has died following an accident during a training exercise on a beach..
25th January, 10:00

Average first time buyer deposits have risen by 7 in the past year

First-time buyers faced having to raise around £3,000 more for a deposit in 2019 than a year earlier.
25th January, 09:12

Chinese New Year celebration overshadowed by coronavirus outbreak

Chinas most festive holiday has got under way in the shadow of the outbreak of coronavirus, as the death toll surpassed 40..
25th January, 07:00

British Steel rescue takes a step closer

Unions have confirmed a deal with the Chinese company, Jingye.
25th January, 06:27

First Coronavirus cases found in Europe

France has announced three cases of coronavirus, the deadly new virus from China..
25th January, 06:00

Sir Elton John to perform at The Oscars

The ceremony takes place in Hollywood on the 9th of February.
25th January, 05:15

Derby County and Northampton need a replay to progress in FA Cup

The fourth round tie at the PTS Academy Stadium ended goalless.
25th January, 03:30

Prime Minister very much on the side of Harry Dunns family to see justice served

Thats according to the Business Secretary, Andrea Leadsom.
25th January, 03:20

Kings Cross station closed all weekend for engineering work

It is part of the £1.2 billion East Coast upgrade.
25th January, 03:00

All clear for 14 people tested in UK for Coronavirus but more checks are on the way

Cases of the virus have been confirmed in France.
24th January, 17:00

Man arrested as bomb squad search homes across Bradford

The operation is said to have been part of planned raids.
24th January, 12:50

The Metropolitan Police are to begin using facial recognition cameras

They will be activated within the next few weeks.
24th January, 10:21

European President signs off Brexit agreement

The presidents of the European Council and the European Commission have formally signed the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement ahead of Britains departure from the EU next week. Charles Michel and Ursula von der Leyen put their signatures to the document in Brussels after the Queen gave royal assent to the legislation implementing the agreement on Thursday..
24th January, 08:30

Drug used for eye condition has no benefit study claims

Medical researchers have found that a drug used widely to treat a common eye condition has "no benefit" and say it should no longer be used. Eplerenone, which is primarily used to treat heart failure, is currently offered widely by ophthalmologists as a treatment for central serous chorioretinopathy (CSCR)..
24th January, 08:26

National trust warns 73 of special natural sites threatened by climate change

Almost three-quarters of special natural areas cared for by the National Trust are under threat from climate change, the charity has warned. The trust has conducted its first climate audit of 101,000 hectares (250,000 acres) of priority habitat across England, Wales and Northern Ireland including rivers, fens, and saltmarshes..
24th January, 08:22

Complexity and risks of HS2 were under estimated

HS2 is over budget and behind schedule because its complexity and risks were under-estimated, according to the Whitehall spending watchdog. The National Audit Office (NAO) warned that it is impossible to "estimate with certainty what the final cost could be"..
24th January, 08:18

1000 deaths a year linked to air pollution on Merseyside report claims

More than 1,000 deaths a year can be directly linked to air pollution in the Liverpool city region alone, new research has claimed. Up to 1,040 deaths per year was linked to exposure to dirty air according to the report by Kings College London (Kings) and UK100, a network of local authorities..
24th January, 08:01

Air cleaning buses to be deployed in six more English regions

Buses that filter air pollution are to be rolled out to six more towns and cities in England. Transport firm Go-Aheads Air Filtering Buses have three fans on the roof that strip pollutant particles from the air as they drive..

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