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Nearly £140,000 of taxpayers' money spent on term-time holiday court battle

Almost £140,000 of taxpayers' money was spent pursuing a court case against a father who took his daughter on a term-time holiday, new figures show.

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British man dies while hiking up UAE mountain in extreme heat

A British man has died while hiking up a mountain in the desert heat in the United Arab Emirates.

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Hospital treats up to 11 children who took anti-anxiety drug in car park

Up to 11 children have been treated in hospital after taking an anti-anxiety drug in a city park, according to police.

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Queen's fuchsia-coloured hat earns Royal Ascot punters thousands

The Queen was pretty in pink for Royal Ascot racegoers who correctly guessed the colour of her hat.

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Southern Railway passengers warned of more disruption as overtime ban looms

The group behind strike-hit Southern Railway has warned over fresh disruption for long-suffering passengers ahead of next week's planned union action.

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Two arrested in UK over alleged global plot to hack Microsoft network

Two men have been arrested in connection with an alleged worldwide conspiracy to hack into the Microsoft network.

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Search operation carried out after large cliff fall in East Sussex

Rescuers have carried out a search operation after a large cliff fall although no-one was reported missing.

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Queen takes part in Ascot procession after dash from State Opening of Parliament

The Queen has taken part in the traditional Royal Ascot carriage procession - completing her dash from the State Opening of Parliament.

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Man denies killing two former girlfriends five years apart

A "possessive, controlling" man killed two of his ex-girlfriends five years apart, with their deaths recorded at the time as being caused by accidental or natural causes, a court heard.

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Delayed Southern Railway report 'highlighted important safety work'

A report for the Government on Southern Railway was ready for publication in April and covered important health and safety-related work that has been postponed, it is being claimed.

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Free runner died after sticking head out between train carriages, inquest told

A popular free runner died when he suffered "catastrophic" head injuries after he stuck his head out between the carriages of a Paris Metro train to take a selfie with his phone, an inquest has heard.

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Shoreham air disaster: Criminal investigation into pilot almost complete

The criminal investigation into the pilot involved in the Shoreham air disaster is "95% complete", police have said.

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Renewable energy programme to examine impact on sea life

A £3 million renewable energy study programme based in Scotland is set to shed new light on how the industry impacts the lives of dolphins and other sea life.

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Runner drowned after falling into Basingstoke Canal

A keen runner drowned after falling into a canal while going for a jog with his dog, an inquest has heard.

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Unison leader urges 'callous' PM to resign over response to atrocities

A senior union leader has launched an attack on Theresa May for her "cold callousness" in dealing with recent atrocities and urged her to resign.

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Man due in court over fatal car crash

The driver of a Ferrari F50 is to appear in court after being summonsed for allegedly causing the death by careless driving of a 13-year-old boy after the supercar crashed into fencing.

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Queen leads silent tribute at Ascot to victims of recent tragedies

The Queen has led Royal Ascot racegoers and her family in observing a minute's silence in memory of the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire and London and Manchester terror attacks.

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Woman who lost baby warns mothers against using doppler machines

A woman who lost her first baby despite feeling reassured by a doppler machine has spoken out to warn other pregnant women against using them.

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Proposed DUP deal would not undermine Good Friday Agreement, insists May

Theresa May has insisted a proposed deal with Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionists (DUP) to prop up her minority Government will not be allowed to undermine the Good Friday Agreement.

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Alexander Perepilichnyy inquest: DNA tests carried out to look for toxins

New DNA tests are being carried out to discover what a Russian whistleblower might have consumed before he died in a suspected poisoning - but the results have yet to be revealed, an inquest heard.

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