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Theresa May trade mission to Bahrain 'the shabby face of Brexit'

Theresa May's trade push in the Middle East has been branded the "shabby face" of Brexit by critics.

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Southern rail passengers face misery as services slashed amid industrial action

Rail passengers will face some of the worst disruption for years from today when a wave of strikes and other forms of industrial action are launched in bitter disputes over staffing.

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Drinking culture taking enormous toll on emergency services, report reveals

The "enormous" toll of excessive drinking on Britain's emergency services is laid bare in a new parliamentary report.

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People who groom their pubic hair 'more likely to have had an STI'

Intimate personal grooming has been linked to a higher likelihood of sexually transmitted infections (STI), new research suggests.

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Elliott, three, could have first Christmas at home - thanks to heart donor

The parents of a toddler who received a life-saving heart transplant are preparing for a Christmas they "never thought" they would have with their son.

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Catholics less likely to breastfeed, research suggests

Mothers who come from developed nations with a strong Catholic heritage are less likely to breastfeed, a study suggests.

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Children threatened with Tasers more than 500 times last year, charity reports

Police used Tasers when dealing with children at least 538 times last year and fired them on 43 of those occasions, according to a new report.

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NHS facing difficult winter as system 'can't cope' with patient numbers

The ability of the NHS to cope with winter has become worse over the past three years, according to a new poll of doctors.

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Critics are trying to undermine Brexit negotiators, No.10 warns

Downing Street has accused opponents of Brexit of trying to tie the hands of UK negotiators in the upcoming talks on withdrawal from the European Union.

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Divorce rates fall to 40-year low in 2014

Divorce rates have plunged to their lowest level in 40 years as couples increasingly live together without being married or choose to tie the knot later in life.

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Nigel Farage hails 2016 as the year 'little people asserted themselves'

Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage has said the "revolution" of 2016 is far from over following the vote for Brexit and the election of Donald Trump.

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UK will 'work closely' with new administration in Italy after PM's resignation

Britain will "work closely" with the new administration in Italy which emerges after the resignation of Prime Minister Matteo Renzi in the wake of his referendum defeat, Downing Street has said.

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Transitional period after Brexit desirable for business, says Carney

Bank of England governor Mark Carney has said that a transitional period after Brexit is "absolutely desirable" for business.

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MP Luciana Berger tells court she 'felt sick' over anti-Semitic blogs

A Labour MP "felt sick" and "very much under attack" when an internet troll targeted her with a series of anti-Semitic rants, a court heard.

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Leak inquiry into leaking of letter warning civil servants not to leak

The Government is mounting a leak inquiry into the leaking of a letter warning civil servants not to leak, Downing Street has indicated.

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Southern rail passengers face misery as services slashed amid industrial action

Rail passengers will face some of the worst disruption for years from Tuesday when a wave of strikes and other forms of industrial action are launched in bitter disputes over staffing.

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Doctors given social media guidance on dealing with amorous patients

Doctors are being issued advice on how to handle patients who make amorous advances towards them on social media.

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List of 37 most virulent viruses drawn up

A list of 37 viruses that pose a potential threat to populations around the world has been drawn up by experts.

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UK services sector at 10-month high despite Brexit uncertainty

Services sector activity jumped to a ten-month high last month as the UK economy showed further signs of resilience in the face of Brexit uncertainty.

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Theresa May pushes trade deals during Gulf visit

Theresa May is pushing a £30 billion trade deal agenda as she visits the Gulf.

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