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Coronavirus outbreak: Britons set to be evacuated from epicentre
Britain is planning to fly its citizens out of the Chinese city of Wuhan, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak, and back to the UK, Sky News understands.
US 'disappointed' as PM grants limited 5G role to Huawei
Britain has decided to allow Huawei to help build its high-speed 5G networks, defying security concerns from the US and others about the Chinese company.
Man is videoed 'trying to steal Magna Carta'
Police have shared CCTV footage of the man accused of attempting to steal the Magna Carta from Salisbury Cathedral.
Drivers stranded on M74 in snowy and icy conditions for several hours
Drivers were stranded for hours on a motorway overnight after heavy snowfall and icy conditions hit some parts of the country.
Police use 'Dolly Parton Challenge' in hunt for suspects
Two UK police forces are trying to find suspects using the Dolly Parton Challenge.
Nicholas Parsons: Just A Minute and Sale Of The Century presenter dies aged 96
"Broadcasting legend" Nicholas Parsons has died after a short illness, aged 96.
Grenfell disaster: Firms which refurbished tower 'knew cladding would be fire risk'
Several firms responsible for refurbishing Grenfell Tower knew its cladding would be a fire risk before it was installed, according to emails shown to the public inquiry into the disaster.
Prince Andrew 'going to have to answer questions' despite 'not cooperating', says lawyer for Epstein victims
Prince Andrew's lack of co-operation with US authorities is a "slap in the face" to Jeffrey Epstein's victims, according to a lawyer who represents five of the businessman's accusers.
Aviva sorry for calling thousands of customers Michael
Aviva has apologised after emailing thousands of customers and mistakenly calling them Michael.
Electric scooters 'set to be legalised on UK roads and cycle lanes'
Electric scooters are set to be legalised on UK roads and cycle lanes for the first time under government plans, it has been reported.