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The UK is being hit with the first major cold snap of the winter amid rising fuel costs.
One primary school in Carmarthenshire reports 24 cases of scarlet fever among its pupils.
The PM says it is his "duty" to protect livelihoods if union leaders continue to be "unreasonable".
Passport control officers are to join thousands of public servants in walkouts over pay, the PCS union says.
Yoram Hirshfeld, 81, and Noga Sella, 37, died when a car mounted a pavement and hit five people.
The former health secretary was suspended as a Conservative MP after taking part in I'm A Celebrity.
David Fuller abused a woman's body just seven hours after she died, her daughter tells a court.
Members of the SSTA and NASUWT unions say they have been left with no option but industrial action.
The former Girls Aloud star is "so excited" to be starring in the production at the Lyric Theatre.
The 28-year-old is charged under the Public Order Act after the incident in Luton on Tuesday.