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Killer storm Ophelia set to bring more disruption to UK after battering Ireland
Storm Ophelia is expected to cause further disruption to the UK today after three people died and hundreds of thousands were left without power in Ireland.
UK and EU to 'accelerate efforts' on Brexit after Brussels dinner
Theresa May faces her Cabinet later today, just hours after the Prime Minister and a top EU official agreed "efforts should accelerate" over Brexit negotiations.
Airbus to partner with Canada's Bombardier amid Belfast jobs fears
Europe's Airbus has announced it will acquire a majority stake in Bombardier's C-Series passenger jet business.
Human remains found in crocodile after woman's death
Human remains have been found inside a 14ft-long crocodile believed to have killed an elderly woman.
Harvey Weinstein set to argue against sacking - reports
The board of directors of the Weinstein Company will meet later, with Harvey Weinstein expected to join them by phone.
Theresa May would have kept Tory majority under boundaries plan
Theresa May could have retained her House of Commons majority if June's snap General Election had been fought on a proposed shake-up of MPs' constituencies.
Search for six people after trawler sinks off Australian coast
Six people are missing in rough seas after a fishing trawler overturned and sank off the coast of Australia.
Hate crimes: More reports but fewer prosecutions
There were fewer people prosecuted for committing hate crimes last year despite a sharp rise in reported incidents following the EU referendum.
'We were being stalked by plastic on voyage'
At the beginning of August I found myself standing on a dock in Plymouth, staring at a 72ft-long expedition yacht called Sea Dragon, wondering whether I had been wise to take on this job.
Experts say patients at risk of diabetes should be sent to Weight Watchers
People who are at risk of developing type 2 diabetes should be sent to Weight Watchers by their GP, according to a new study.