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Gove plans ban on polluting log burner and open-fire fuels

The days of polluting log burners and open-fire fuels are numbered, the environment secretary has said as he outlines an "ambitious strategy" to tackle air pollution.

Campaigners urge police to treat misogyny as a hate crime

Police forces should treat harassment and abuse of women that is motivated by misogyny as a hate crime, activists and politicians have said in an open letter.

Has Wales got the world's steepest street?

Residents of a Welsh community say they have the world's steepest street - steep enough to beat the current record-holder in New Zealand.

What happens to the Irish border without a deal on Brexit?

The British and Irish governments have both stated that they are not preparing for a hard border between Northern Ireland and the Republic - so who is?

Man charged after boy, 11, killed in 'hit-and-run' collision

A man has been charged with causing death by dangerous driving after an 11-year-old boy was killed in a suspected hit-and-run in Manchester.

New guide to help people decide how much to eat

Many Britons do not know how much food constitutes a healthy portion, according to a survey by the British Nutrition Foundation.

Corbyn to Table No Confidence Motion in PM

Jeremy Corbyn is submitting a motion of no-confidence in Prime Minister in the House of Commons.

PM Wins Confidence Vote

Theresa May has won a vote of confidence in her leadership of the Conservative party.

Theresa May Tells MPs She "Won't Stand In Next Election"

The PM is facing a confidence vote by her party tonight.

Is the Brexit Vote About to be Delayed?

It's understood Theresa May will delay tomorrow's vote on her Brexit deal - despite denials by a Downing Street spokesperson.

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