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Shoppers want retailers' excess stock to go to charity  Most Britons would boycott any retailer that threw away surplus stock rather than give it to charity, according to a new survey.
No Deal Brexit warning for life-saving medicines  Maintaining medicine stockpiles in the event of a no-deal Brexit will depend on the Government securing priority shipping routes through a number of alternative ports to Dover,...
Massive increase in web pages of child abuse being identified  More than 100,000 web pages of children being abused were removed from the internet last year, up a third on 2017, thanks to the work of a UK charity.
Pep: Otamendi unhappy over game time  Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola admits Nicolas Otamendi is unhappy with his limited first-team opportunities this season.
Zimbabwe unrest prompts president to hurry home  When the scarf-clad Zimbabwean president, Emmerson Mnangagwa, touched down at Harare's scruffy-looking airport, he did not get the sort of reception that I am sure he was...
Hillsborough capacity 'over-estimated'  The capacities of terraces at the Hillsborough Stadium had been seriously over-estimated, a court has heard.
Tiger: Expectations are different  Tiger Woods has admitted he will have different expectations of himself in 2019 ahead of his first start of the year at the Farmers Insurance Open.
Freed Chris Brown lashes out at rape accuser  US singer Chris Brown has been released from custody in Paris over rape allegations - as he called his accuser a "lyin' b****".
Ant and Dec win presenter award despite Ant's rehab break  Ant and Dec have won the best presenter gong at the National Television Awards despite not appearing on television together in 10 months.
Transgender men and women banned from US military service  Donald Trump is allowed to proceed with his plan to ban transgender men and women from military service while court challenges continue, the US Supreme Court has ruled.
Dad 'plotted acid attack on three-year-old son'  A three-year-old boy was hit in the face with acid in an attack organised by his father, a court has heard.
Kier seeks Chief Executive to push shares to previous highs  If you're running a heavily-indebted company, and you're obliged to ask shareholders for money to save the business, it is not exactly a vote of confidence...
'No-deal' Brexit means hard Irish border, says EU  The EU believes a hard border on the island of Ireland is an "obvious" result of a "no-deal" Brexit  - as signs of a split with Dublin emerged over the...
Javid makes 'personal commitment' to ensure speedboat killer capture  The father of a woman who died in a speedboat crash said the home secretary has made a "personal commitment" to ensure her fugitive killer is...
James Bulger's mother 'disgusted' over film's Oscar nomination  James Bulger's mother is "disgusted and upset" after a film about her son's death was nominated for an Oscar.
World could 'roll with' no-deal Brexit - OECD head  The head of one of the world's leading economic organisations has cast doubt on claims that a "no-deal" Brexit would be an economic catastrophe, pledging that...
Paint attacks on five memorials are linked - police  Police are linking the vandalism of the Bomber Command Memorial to similar paint attacks on four other memorials and statues around London.
Alive and a threat: 200 British jihadists might come home  As many as 200 British jihadists, who fought alongside ISIS in Syria, are still believed to be alive and would pose a very significant threat if they ever returned...
Teen among UK's first to have proton-beam therapy  A teenager from Sussex with a rare brain tumour today becomes one of the first patients at the UK's brand new NHS Proton Beam Therapy Centre.
Milan's Piatek deal has Higuain waiting  AC Milan and Genoa have agreed a £31m deal for the transfer of Poland international striker Krzysztof Piatek, according to Sky in Italy.
Alli out until March with injury  Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli has been ruled out until early March after suffering a hamstring injury.
Sir Martin Sorrell: UK should copy Singapore after Brexit  Britain should copy Singapore's model of light-touch regulation and low taxes after Brexit, according to one of Britain's best-known businessmen.
Sala search suspended until sunrise  Guernsey Police have confirmed the search and rescue operation for the plane carrying Cardiff City striker Emiliano Sala has been suspended until sunrise on Wednesday.
Patisserie Valerie collapses into administration  Patisserie Valerie has collapsed into administration, putting up to 3,000 jobs at risk, after it was unable to extend its bank facilities amid allegations of fraud.
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