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November 15, 2017
Man guilty of hammer attack on D-Day veteran

Man guilty of hammer attack on D-Day veteran

A man who attacked a D-Day veteran with a claw hammer and left him for dead has been found guilty of attempted murder.

UK murder suspect put on world's 'most wanted' list

UK murder suspect put on world's 'most wanted' list

One of Britain's "most wanted" murder suspects who has been on the run for more than two years has been placed on a worldwide most wanted list.

By George! Osborne takes on yet another new job

By George! Osborne takes on yet another new job

George Osborne has added another job to his portfolio, tying him to one of the richest families in Italy.

Teenager charged with 10 terror offences

Teenager charged with 10 terror offences

A teenager arrested in north London has been charged with 10 terror-related offences, Scotland Yard has said.

Body dysmorphia 'robbed me of my teenage years'

Body dysmorphia 'robbed me of my teenage years'

Eighteen-year-old Emily hates the way she looks.

Tax rises to fund NHS get Jeremy Hunt's support

Tax rises to fund NHS get Jeremy Hunt's support

Tax rises to fund the NHS have been given their strongest support yet by Health and Social Care Secretary Jeremy Hunt.

Q1 growth in economy is slowest for five years

Q1 growth in economy is slowest for five years

Britain's economic growth was left unchanged at 0.1% in the first quarter, according to official figures.

Big Six energy giant SSE loses 430,000 customers

Big Six energy giant SSE loses 430,000 customers

Energy giant SSE lost 430,000 customers last year as competition intensified and it prepares to merge its retail business with npower.

Govt facial recognition delays 'unacceptable'

Govt facial recognition delays 'unacceptable'

The government's approach to a High Court ruling regarding facial recognition technology has been slammed as "unacceptable" by MPs.

New data laws give more protection

New data laws give more protection

New laws on privacy and use of data aimed at providing better protection for consumers have come into force today.