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Boy in critical condition after his nativity costume is set alight by candle
London Fire Brigade have warned parents and teachers from using candles after a St Thomas Becket Catholic Primary School pupil was set alight at Our Lady of the Annunciation Church in Croydon
Voters outraged as foodbanks used as polling stations 'summing up state of UK'
People in the UK were shocked to see polling stations set up in same places as foodbanks on December 12 and in some cases foodbanks were even forced to close for the election
Kitten born with two heads battles to stay alive as owner refuses to give up on her
WARNING DISTRESSING IMAGES Owner Chabaprai Nilpet rushed her cat to the vet where medics delivered the rare kitten under a c-section
Vet 'mistakenly euthanises dog after calling wrong owner during surgery'
Andrea Martinez said her family brought Ziggy to an animal hospital after the dog experienced breathing and eating problems
Mum flown to London for life-saving cancer operation is still waiting 18 days later
Janet Carter-Bowers, who has a rare soft tissue cancer that has grown around her spine, ribs and organs, is begging her daughters for help to get her home even if it means she will die
Mum's warning after free Santa app asks daughter ‘what are you wearing?’
Parents say the Santa Call & Text You app asked children suggestive questions and for details on their location to 'gather as much new knowledge as possible'
Triple murder suspect 'admits stabbings but too mentally ill to accept responsibility'
Tom Saunders, 33, admitted stabbing three men in the neck but did not appear at the Old Bailey as he's being treated at a maximum security hospital for mental health
Dear Boris Johnson, you failed this patient and your negligence contributed to his death
AN open letter from Dr Andrew Meyerson, whistleblower junior doctor…
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General election 2019: Voters head to polls across the UK
Millions of people will cast their vote in the third general election in less than five years.
London Bridge attack: Reformed prisoner who fought knifeman 'prepared to die'
John Crilly, who fought the London Bridge attacker, says he shouted for police to shoot Usman Khan.
Lonely at Christmas: Terrence surprised with a tree
Tears as carol singers bring Christmas cheer to the door of the 78-year-old.
Nicky Campbell pays tribute to 'wonderful mum'
"The day she adopted me was the day I won the lottery," says the broadcaster, after his mother dies.
Eight injured as Swansea University bus hits railway bridge
A 63-year-old man is arrested and one person has life-threatening injuries.
Jimi Hendrix cleared of blame for UK parakeet release
Researchers say the rock star did not introduce the non-native species in Carnaby Street in the 60s.
Sunderland alley murder: Leighton Barrass jailed for minimum of 20 years
Leighton Barrass is convicted of murder, while Ally Gordon is found guilty of manslaughter.
Inaccurate bills are energy customers' biggest complaint, charity says
Three in five say bills are the source of problems, as Citizens Advice rates the best and worst firms.
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Global stock index hits record high as U.S.-China trade deal optimism climbs
MSCI's global stock index hit a record high on Thursday after President Donald Trump said the United States was "very close" to reaching a trade deal with China.
U.S. House panel battles over impeachment articles against Trump
The U.S. House of Representatives moved closer on Thursday to the impeachment of Republican President Donald Trump, as a committee considered formal charges against him that are likely to be sent to the House for a final vote next
Pelosi says U.S. House to consider impeachment next week
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Thursday the House would act next week to wrap up its impeachment inquiry, following up on whatever decision is taken on articles of impeachment by the House Judiciary Committee this week.
Two dead, several wounded in India as protests escalate over citizenship law
Violent mobs in India's northeastern state of Assam torched buildings and clashed with police on Thursday, leaving two dead and 11 with bullet wounds, as protests grew over a new citizenship law for non-Muslim minorities from some
East Europeans demand funds for EU climate push, say poor should not pay
Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic set out demands on Thursday that could block agreement on the European Union's new push for climate neutrality by 2050, saying the poor should not have to bear the cost.
Highlights: EU leaders meet in Brussels to discuss climate, budget, Brexit
European Union leaders are meeting in Brussels on Thursday and Friday for talk on climate, the EU's long-term budget, Brexit, the euro zone and Russia sanctions, among others.
Lagarde pledges own style as she unveils broad ECB review
Christine Lagarde used her first full news conference as head of the European Central Bank on Thursday to promise a broad and open-ended strategic review of the bank's workings and served notice of a new style in communicating its
IMF fully supports ECB's decision to maintain strong monetary accommodation
The International Monetary Fund on Thursday said it fully supports the European Central Bank's decision to leave its monetary policy unchanged for now.
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BBC's Laura Kuenssberg 'is reported to police' after she is accused of breaking election rule
The comments infuriated Labour supporters. They claimed she breached the Representation of the People Act, which bans reporting of how people voted until after polls close at 10pm tonight.

College student, 18, stabbed to death in savage robbery in Manhattan park
Tessa Majors, an 18-year-old student at Barnard College, was stabbed several times in the stomach during a mugging at Morningside Park in Manhattan, New York, on Wednesday.

Humans are genetically hardwired to only live for 38 YEARS
Scientists at Australia's national science agency used genetic markers of different vertebrates to identify the lifespans of living and extinct animals, including humans.

Election 2019: Voting stars take to social media to document their polling station trips
Phil Yang, who has 102,000 followers on Twitter, shared a message apparently sent to him from the Labour leader's account asking for help to create a 'wave' of support from celebs on polling day.

White Island volcano body retrieval mission begin on Friday despite chance of eruption
New Zealand Defence Force officials will risk their lives to recover the bodies of six Australians and two of their countrymen, four days after Monday's tragic blast.

Election 2019: Boris Johnson among the voters to cast their ballot
Boris Johnson gave his dog Dilyn a big kiss and voted early in Westminster as Britain's most important election for a generation got underway today.

Is this the new PPI scandal? Financial watchdog announces probe into booming equity release market
It is feared that equity release could soon echo the PPI mis-selling scandal which has rocked Britain in recent years. Experts last night said the industry was 'ripe for mis-selling'.

Water ice deposits found less than an INCH below the surface on Mars
Surface particles scraped up by NASA's Phoenix lander and analysis of craters from orbit have spotted the frozen water just one inch (2.5cm) below the surface.


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