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UK gangs keeping 'scoreboard' for knife and gun violence
UK gangs are keeping "scoreboards" of knife and gun violence as part of a brutal game fuelled by YouTube videos in which they brag about their crimes.
Theresa May clinging on as prime minister as Conservative MPs spark open warfare
Theresa May is clinging on to her premiership after furious Conservative MPs granted her some light relief by deciding not to change party rules that could have forced an imminent departure from Downing Street.
EU elections: Voting begins in the UK
Voting has got under way in the UK today to elect MEPs to the European Parliament.
Sacked captain Nick Cooke-Priest still in command despite being flown off aircraft carrier
The captain of a UK aircraft carrier has been dramatically flown off the ship following his sacking last week.
Shakespears Sister: 'Eight weeks at number one? It was almost embarrassing'
After 26 years and quite a spectacular fall-out, Shakespears Sister have made their peace, reforming with new music and plans for a greatest hits and a tour.
100 firefighters tackle warehouse blaze in north London
People are being advised to keep their doors and windows closed as smoke and flames billow from a warehouse in north London.
UK got even fewer points in Eurovision, organisers say
The UK got even fewer points than first thought in this year's Eurovision Song Contest.
Campaigners fear US could be on brink of all-out abortion ban
Seeking an abortion in Alabama is already hard. Outside the Reproductive Health Services clinic in the city of Montgomery, protesters harangue approaching patients.
Great white shark warning at beach were jaws was filmed
In a perfect case of life imitating art, a 500-pound great white and a nursery of younger sharks have been traced to an affluent stretch of Long Island that inspired the classic film Jaws.
Free social care for over-65s 'would save NHS £4.5bn every year', new report claims
Giving free social care to the over-65s could save the NHS £4.5bn every year, a leading think tank has said.