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Six hurt in 'acid attack' at Stratford Centre in London
Six people have been injured after a noxious substance was thrown at a shopping centre.
Motorists on M3 stuck for hours as bomb squad investigate hazard alert
Thousands of motorists and passengers were stranded for up to 12 hours on a motorway as bomb disposal experts dealt with a mystery hazard on the carriageway.
Corbyn faces Brexit rebellion as Labour conference begins
Labour's conference opens in Brighton with Jeremy Corbyn attempting to turn up the heat on the Tories but facing a Brexit rebellion from pro-Remain Labour MPs.
David Davis says £40bn Brexit 'divorce bill' claim is 'made up'
Claims Britain is facing a £40bn "divorce bill" as a result of leaving the European Union are "made up", the Brexit Secretary has suggested.
Save Your Uber petition against TfL decision not to renew licence tops 600,000
More than 600,000 people have signed a petition calling on Transport for London to reverse its decision to stop Uber operating in the capital.
Colin Firth becomes Italian citizen after Brexit vote
Film star Colin Firth has taken Italian citizenship in the wake of the Brexit vote, it has been revealed.
Former paramilitaries back plans to convert Crumlin Road court into hotel
Two former paramilitaries have backed a plan to turn the Belfast court where they were convicted of terrorism offences into a luxury hotel.
Moody's downgrades UK's credit rating due to spending and Brexit fears
Moody's has downgraded the UK's credit rating, citing concerns about public finances and the effect of Brexit.
Gary Numan on pushing the limits of technology in music
British electro pop pioneer Gary Numan says he prefers working with computers to people.
Four 'disruptive' passengers arrested after easyJet flight diverted
Four passengers have been arrested after a flight from Barcelona to Liverpool was diverted to Bristol Airport.