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The blast destroyed the building in Andover, Hampshire, and led to other homes being evacuated.
Three children were among one group to arrive in Folkestone at night aboard a dinghy.
The commissioner says the public could be at risk if the UK and EU stop co-operating on security issues.
The video and image sharing site apologises after a test was accidentally rolled out to millions of users.
Searches are carried out after a man's body was found in the wreckage of an Andover home.
Mr Musk's insults to cave rescuer were a "schoolyard spat" say Tesla chief's lawyers.
Actor Stephen McGann and others call for more tolerance for non-drinkers.
If you're sick of winter dressing, then a look at next spring's biggest looks might cheer you up.
A selection of some of the most striking news photographs from around the UK in 2018.
Kids love the mess and parents love the prices - but can slime keep selling?
An online service pairs homeworkers together to encourage them not to slack off.
Screenwriter Andrew Davies on his Welsh roots and undiminished desire to develop new characters.
Watch the regular occurrence of 70 horses bringing Britain’s busiest shopping streets to a standstill.
Tony Carroll, 70, was knocked down on Christmas Day by a police vehicle responding to an emergency.
Hundreds of people take a plunge into the North Sea to help raise funds for a mental health charity.
The annual Tredegar Farmers' Boxing Day Hunt has been marred by clashes in Bassaleg, Newport.
The nun became an unlikely star in the 1990s, hosting BBC shows from galleries around the world.
Liverpool extend their lead at the top of the Premier League to six points after a comprehensive win over Newcastle United.
A social media appeal and the kindness of ScotRail staff helped reunite Frankfurter with five-year-old Eva.
The sun came out briefly as the dippers took to the chilly waters to raise money for charity.