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PA Headline  The TV host had been asked to appear before the House of Commons Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee.
PA Headline  Women’s Aid warned of ‘abusive behaviour’ after Joe Garratt told Lucie Donlan to stay away from other boys.
Rangers swoop for Harvey  Stafford Rangers have signed midfielder Alex-Ray Harvey – two years after Guiseley paid £10,000 for him.
Klindt puts bite on Wolves  Nicolai Klindt put one over his former club with a stunning 17-point haul as Wolverhampton slipped to a 51-39 defeat at Poole.
PA Headline  The Kingsmill bread group is shifting baking production to its other UK sites.
PA Headline  The Blue and former Strictly star said he is ‘truly excited and delighted’ to join the Rip It Up family.
PA Headline  Conservation charity welcomes bid to warn of presence of all types of small wildlife on roads
Dumbarton East shops affected by roadworks backed by business organisation  The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has called on West Dunbartonshire Council to provide additional support for smaller firms affected
Enjoy a fun day out with fantastic entertainment and eateries all in one place at Aspects Leisure Park  The park has multiple offers and deals this summer for all the family
Holidaymakers heading to Greece warned of mosquitoes carrying virus  HOLIDAYMAKERS heading to Greece this summer are being urged to pack mosquito spray to protect themselves against bugs carrying a virus.
PA Headline  79% reported being unable to afford enough food and 71% of parents reported being unable to afford school uniforms for their children.
PA Headline  Paul Crowther appeared before magistrates following the incident in Newcastle last month.
Man who threw milkshake at Nigel Farage pleads guilty to common assault  A man who threw a milkshake over Nigel Farage during a city centre walkabout has admitted common assault and criminal damage.
PA Headline  The Frenchman was the president of UEFA until 2015.
PA Headline  The findings suggest a majority of Conservative members would rather go ahead with Brexit even if it meant significant economic damage to the UK.
Wainfleet flooding: Environment Agency 'warned of risk'  A local group says it predicted the collapse of a river wall which led to flooding in Wainfleet.
UK led towards no-deal Brexit by untruthful elite, says ex-EU envoy  Ivan Rogers offers withering assessment of Tory candidates vying to be prime minister * Today’s political developments - live updates Britain is being led to...
This is when thunderstorms are set to hit Coventry and Warwickshire  Thunderstorms may develop bringing torrential rain, hail and lightning to a few places
Asian Hornet UK: What does a hornet look like? Giant hornet that can KILL with ONE STING  KILLER Asian hornets could be about to invade the UK after record numbers were found in Jersey - but what does the deadly hornet that can ...
Konta quickly up to speed  Johanna Konta got her Nature Valley Classic campaign off to a near-flawless start.
Listeria outbreak latest  Pre-packed sandwiches and salads linked to a fatal outbreak of listeria were supplied to four hospital and health trusts in the Black Country and Staffordshire, it has been revealed.
PA Headline  The case was brought by Austria, which complained the levies of up to 130 euros (£116) a year are discriminatory and therefore illegal under EU law.
PA Headline  The annual meeting is as much a social occasion as a sporting event.
Police hit out at hoax stabbing call  Police officers have hit out at people wasting their time after emergency services rushed to the scene of a reported stabbing – which turned out to be a hoax call.
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