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Rising prices affect parents' shopping habits as sales of Christmas toys are forecast to be hit.
Valeriya says she is thankful her host gave her family the chance to live independently in the UK.
Royal College of Nursing members could become the latest NHS staff to vote for industrial action.
ExxonMobil says it is using its flares, which have been spotted by people from miles away.
Former Sussex Police detective Dominic O'Brien is jailed for sexually assaulting a 16-year-old.
Sir Gavin Williamson resigns as government minister after bullying allegations and says he aims to “clear my name of any wrongdoing”
Last week the number of people at the immigration centre reached more than double its official capacity.
Thursday's strike will be the sixth 24-hour walkout as a row over jobs and pensions rumbles on.
The cladding manufacturer defends itself as closing speeches are made to the inquiry's second phase.
A teaching assistant removed an autistic boy from a trike to stop him using it, a court heard.
Lecturers, librarians and administration staff will walk out on three dates, a union says.
Experts say the party is set to benefit slightly from an independent overhaul of parliamentary seats.
George Batts, of Barming, led a campaign for a memorial on the beach where he landed in WW2.
The actor played Arthur Fowler in the BBC One soap and appeared in its first episode in 1985.
Neil Skinner, from Doncaster, disappeared during a walking holiday in Scotland, police say.
Staff who've been in the NHS for a short time say they have seen enough to know change is needed.
Two prison officers are charged with gross negligence manslaughter over a man's death in 2018.
The convictions of former sub-postmasters could now be quashed amid an IT scandal.
Local authorities claim the accommodation schemes break planning laws and harm communities.
One of the world's biggest football clubs is at the centre of takeover speculation, with a deal potentially fetching £4billion.