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Gatwick sets out plans to use standby runway

Gatwick has set out plans to bring its standby runway into routine use for departing flights by the mid-2020s.

Retail sales slide as appetite for food dips

Retail sales fell by a worse than expected 0.8% in September after a slide in demand at food stores following a barbecue summer, official figures showed.

Bercow refuses to confirm departure date amid calls for him to resign as Speaker

John Bercow has refused to confirm whether he will quit as Speaker next summer.

Passengers warned as budget airline Cobalt suspends flights

Low-cost carrier Cobalt has suspended operations indefinitely and warned passengers booked on its flights not to turn up.

Experts raise concerns over safety of baby boxes

Cardboard baby boxes should not be promoted as a safe alternative to a cot or bassinet, experts have warned.

Theresa May faces backlash over hint to extend Brexit transition to 2021

Theresa May is facing a backlash from Brexiteers for indicating the UK could extend the Brexit transition period to the end of 2021.

Drivers could have to give way to cyclists and pedestrians under Highway Code shake-up

British drivers may legally have to give way to cyclists and pedestrians when turning to make roads safer.

30-year-old cold case: New appeal to catch sex worker's killer

Manchester Police have appealed for help in trying to catch the killer of a young woman brutally murdered 30 years ago.

Brexit deal timeline slips again as EU scraps plan for November summit sign-off

EU leaders have agreed "not enough progress" has been achieved in Brexit talks and have shelved plans for a special summit next month to sign off on a UK divorce deal.

Maxine Peake warns 'distressing' class divide could lead to new Peterloo Massacre

Actress Maxine Peake has warned universal credit, food banks and zero hours contracts could lead to a repeat of the Peterloo Massacre almost 200 years ago.

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