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Ambulance workers in England to strike again in January
The action is a direct result of the government's refusal to negotiate over pay, union leaders say.
Yamal Mohamed: Waste firm found guilty over worker's death
Father-of-three Yamal Mohamed was run over while working at a site in Poole in 2018.
Traitors star reveals what really happens in the castle
Contestant Theo Mayne reveals how he coped with the murder and mistrust on the hit TV show.
Rail fares in England to rise by up to 5.9% from March
The below-inflation increase in regulated fares will take place in March, the government said.
Silloth pigs: Feral animals on the loose in seaside town
Some residents are wary after being confronted by the roaming pigs in the dark.
Sex education: Parents lose legal challenge against curriculum
Campaigners launched a judicial review against the relationships and sexuality education curriculum.
Dagenham deaths: Mum in court charged with murdering sons
Kara Alexander's sons, aged two and five, were found dead at a property in east London last week.
Ambulance: Mum 'on edge' after boy's wait for urgent help
Four-year-old Oscar had a seizure and waited 26 minutes for paramedics to arrive at his home.
Brixton Academy licence suspended after fatal crush
The venue has its licence suspended as it emerges there was a similar crush there in 2020.
School absence rates increase as more pupils fall ill
Absence rates by early December were already ahead of 2021's autumn figures, when Omicron took hold.
Man jailed for 19 years over Glasgow flat murder
Craig Shaw was stabbed 25 times by Jonathan Graham in the city's Drumchapel area in April 2021.
David Hockney art turned into immersive experience
The exhibition will open in January in London after three years in the making.
Rex Orange County: Singer has sexual assault charges dropped before trial
The chart-topping British singer-songwriter had been due to stand trial in early January.
'Miracle baby' born to mum diagnosed with cancer
Heidi's mum was diagnosed with cancer while pregnant just months after dad James was too.
UK economy shrank more than previously thought
The economy has been weaker than previously estimated for much of this year, official figures show.
The British Sign Language project stretching back 2,000 years
A team is translating the Bible - from original Greek and Hebrew - into British Sign Language.
Rise in sales of second-hand outfits for festive parties
The cost of living and sustainable shopping are driving a trend for pre-loved party pieces, experts say.
Two years after Covid food still tastes rotten
Thousands of people who had coronavirus face yet another Christmas with the smell disorder parosmia.
Hydrogen heating trial treats us like guinea pigs - residents
An English town could be the first to turn off fossil fuel gas, but some residents aren't happy.
The people who rent the same Christmas tree year after year
Some people are choosing to hire their Christmas tree to try to reduce waste and help the environment.