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Justin McLaughlin was found seriously injured at High Street station in Glasgow on Saturday.
Lindsay Hoyle says safety measures will be reviewed, but does not want to resort to "a knee-jerk reaction".
Firefighters tunnel through debris to reach the car's occupants after the crash at Hythe Library.
Fr Jeff Woolnough was unable to enter the church where Sir David Amess was stabbed.
A third-party contractor begins clearing Brighton's "worst-affected areas" on the strike's 13th day.
Russia is not slowing gas supplies for political reasons, Andrei Kelin says.
Lee Turner, 33, was attacked on a playing field in the Pinehurst area of Swindon on 10 October.
The complex in east London is evacuated after the discovery of a small fire in a first-floor shop.
The death of David Amess has raised questions about the contact between MPs and their constituents.
Pte Jethro Watson-Pickering, 23, was part of a crew operating an Army vehicle at Salisbury Plain.
Russia's ambassador to the UK denies Russia is using energy as a political weapon, amid surging prices.
Professor Jim Skea has called on world leaders to "step up to the plate" at the COP26 summit in Glasgow.
The justice minister says the chief constable has contacted MPs following the killing of Sir David Amess.
The trunk-wearing fundraiser is on the last leg of his walk to give out money he has raised.
Pat and Mark James both survived breast cancer, and want to warn "macho" men they could get it too.
Home Secretary Priti Patel called him Mr Southend and said his passion for the town warmed hearts.
The completion of the multi-million pound project to renovate Bath Abbey is being celebrated.
A 14-year-old boy dies after an incident at a railway station in Glasgow.
Steve Bruce has been the "fall guy" at Newcastle and it has been "really tough to watch" the criticism directed at him, says his son Alex Bruce.
The explosion at a house on Friday is thought to have been caused by a gas cannister,