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IS Christmas bomb plot: Munir Mohammed and Rowaida el Hassan jailed

A couple who plotted an Islamic State-inspired bomb or poison attack over the Christmas holidays after meeting on a dating website have been jailed.

Royal Navy monitors Russian spy ship task group passing through English Channel

A Royal Navy patrol ship broke off from patrol duties to monitor a Russian spy ship and two other vessels passing through the English Channel for three days.

Mini tumours grown in lab are breakthrough for medicine tests

Scientists have successfully grown mini versions of patients' tumours in a lab - and then tested them against dozens of drugs to find the best possible treatment.

Workers lost £31bn in 'free' overtime during 2017 - TUC

The UK's workforce is being urged to take a proper lunch break and leave on time this Friday as a report claims staff lost £31bn in unpaid overtime last year.

Terror police probe 'racist' package sent to Royals at St James's Palace

A package containing a suspicious substance sent to St James's Palace also included a "racist" letter, police have confirmed.

UNICEF chief Justin Forsyth resigns after 'inappropriate behaviour'

A senior UNICEF figure has quit the organisation after he admitted "some personal mistakes" towards three women in a previous role.

Ferrari death driver: 'I wasn't showing off' when boy was killed

A man who flipped a £1.2m Ferrari in an incident that killed a 13-year-old boy has insisted he was not showing off and suggested it may have been caused by a jammed accelerator pedal.

Brothers aged two and six die after hit-and-run in Coventry

A six-year-old boy has died in hospital after a hit-and-run crash that killed his two-year-old brother.

Camden stabbings: Police probe links between murders a mile apart

Police are still hunting for clues days after three men were stabbed - two to death - less than a mile apart in north London.

Hoofing it: Goalkeeper injured after being clattered by cow

Scottish side Queen of the South are facing a goalkeeping crisis after one of their players was injured by a runaway cow.

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