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Strep A deaths in children rise to 15 across UK
The number of children under 15 who have died from Strep A in the UK has risen to 15, the UK Health Security Agency has said.
Prince Harry and Meghan's Netflix series: Key revelations from first episodes
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex's Netflix docuseries, titled Harry and Meghan, has dropped in part today - unveiling dramatic revelations about their time in the UK.
Harry and Meghan's Netflix series has a peculiar feature that raises a difficult question
The anticipation was high, the start of the first episode delivering on the drama.
People who plan to travel over Christmas should think carefully, home secretary says
People should "think carefully" about going on holiday over the Christmas period after Border Force workers became the latest to announce they would go on strike, the home secretary has said.
Brittney Griner freed in prisoner swap with Russian 'Merchant of Death' arms dealer
US basketball star Brittney Griner has been freed in a prisoner swap, a US official has said.
'Potential criminality' at Labour's largest donor, two independent reports find
Two bombshell independent reports into alleged corruption at one of the UK's largest trade unions are to be handed to the police after "potential criminality" was discovered.
Major search and rescue operation launched after fishing vessel feared to have sunk off Jersey coast
A "major search and rescue operation" has been launched after a ship collided with a fishing vessel, which is thought to have sunk, off the Jersey coast.
Celine Dion reveals she is suffering from 'very rare' and incurable stiff-person syndrome
Celine Dion has revealed she is suffering from stiff-person syndrome, an incurable and rare neurological disorder which causes muscle stiffness and spasms
Rise in computer professions as manufacturing jobs decline
The number of people working in programming and computer consultancy has risen by more than 250,000 workers over the past decade, according to Census data.
Water regulator names six providers 'falling short' on key obligations including sewage
The water regulator has identified six water companies which it says are "falling short" in "too many areas" including sewage discharge.