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: They may have been discussing pregnancy care but it was strictly men only.

: KIM Jong-un is in the final stages of launching the most devastating weapon in his arsenal, the hydrogen bomb, US officials believe.

: Behaviour tsar Tom Bennett says the issue of poor behaviour in schools in England has not been taken seriously enough.

: Keegan got the unexpected interview question "What's your greatest failure so far?" and wasn't sure how to answer it. How would you respond?

: UNITED NATIONS - Following an attack on the Houses of Parliament in London, British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson said here Thursday that...

: DDD Group plc ('DDD' or the 'Company') is pleased to announce that the Company has entered into an agreement with Arisawa Manufacturing Company Ltd. ('Arisawa') for a...

: The Northern Ireland Environmental Statistics Report has been published today by the Department of Agriculture, Environment...

: The last thing the Trump administration wants is a Fed that works against its growth policies but that's what they are getting.

: 28-year-old man with lengthy record of offences had only been out of prison for two months.

: BIRMINGHAM, England - Before he killed at least four people in Britain's deadliest attack since the 2005 London bombings, Khalid Masood was considered by...

: National Audit Office says government needs to show 'greater urgency' in filling jobs.

: Target leaks Samsung's biggest Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus secrets...

: Has Apple been quietly leaking the biggest detail of its new iPhone, for years?

: Which is the best iPad for you and what are their key differences in price and performance?

: Event description Gender and Pain in Modern History Birkbeck, University of London Public Conference: 24 - 25 March 2017 In 2012, The Journal of Pain published a definitive study about the...

: There has been little improvement in survival for pancreatic cancer over the last 40 years, making it one of our top priorities. Fewer than 3 in...

: We are now taking bookings for our next vocational Manicure & Pedicure course. The course is approved by the Guild of Beauty Therapists which means you'll have a nationally recognised...

: The development of new treatments for pancreatic cancer is set to be transformed by a network of clinical trials, aiming to find the right trial for the right patient, after...

: Actor blames scheduling conflicts for her withdrawal from film that has already been through a range of shake-ups Amy Schumer has pulled out of the title role of...

: The latest kidnapping took place hours after 2 Malaysian sailors were rescued from the Isis-linked group.

: A YORK paedophile has been banned from leaving the United Kingdom as North Yorkshire Police seek to prevent him committing more offences.

: DEMOLITION work at a former York school is progressing, with piles of rubble growing where classrooms once stood. Local residents as well as former students have been taking a...

: BUSINESSES are being urged to provide a Post Office service in an area of York left without one since the end of last year.

: ONE of the men who took the Blitz back to Germany has been presented with France’s highest military honour.

: A banned driver who threatened a man with a wheel brace and drove at twice the speed limit in a built-up area has been jailed for 12 months.

: THEY have lain empty for a decade, but now developers are on the cusp of converting a piece of York’s industrial heritage into high-spec new homes.

: BUS companies are being encouraged to continue their efforts to help disabled people in York.

: ONE of York’s biggest entertainment venues is being made available to local groups at a discounted rate.

: PART of the A19 Shipton Road in York will be closed next week as preparations for resurfacing begin.

: A YORK bingo club is celebrating after helping to reach a fundraising milestone of £1,500,000 for the Carers Trust charity.

: President failed to reach consensus in negotiations with the conservative Freedom Caucus.

: The planned closure of five more RBS branches sparked a chorus of condemnation. Moray MP Angus Robertson said he would personally raise the “big blow” directly with the...
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