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The British Government has announced it will commit UK troops to a Syrian training mission that has previously ended in failure.
At last, at long, long last, the Government has brought to an end more than 50 years of dithering and finally fired the starting pistol on a new runway for the southeast of England.
A poster mocking the apparent age of child refugees has been found pinned up in Parliament.
The first group of children aged under 13 from the Calais 'Jungle' are on a bus to the UK, as officials started the demolition of the camp.
At £7,600, it was a lot to pay for a widely panned election gimmick - but now the ill-fated EdStone has cost Labour a lot more.
Police have received a report of a possible sighting of missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague on the night he disappeared.
Jurors in Hong Kong have been shown a chilling video of former British banker Rurik Jutting describing how he raped and tortured an Indonesian woman for three days before killing her.
GPs should stop worrying about causing offence and offer obese patients help to control their weight, experts have said.
The Government is to announce a decision on increasing airport capacity in the South East of England within hours, after decades of debate over the issue.
A former UKIP parliamentary candidate who once said a "homosexual donkey" tried to rape his horse is running for the party's leadership.
Doctors reveal 40 'unnecessary' NHS treatments and tests
Doctors are offering patients too many unnecessary tests and treatments, senior medics have warned.
Dead or Alive and Celebrity Big Brother star Pete Burns dies at 57
Dead or Alive singer and former Celebrity Big Brother star Pete Burns has died after suffering a 'massive' cardiac arrest, aged 57.