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Northern Ireland's High Court will deliver judgment today in the first legal challenge to the EU referendum result.
An employment tribunal in London will today make a landmark ruling that could set a precedent for the UK's so-called gig economy.
An injected male contraceptive which lowers sperm counts to prevent unplanned pregnancies was effective for 96% of couples during a year-long trial.
The NHS is on course to miss its target to recoup £500m every year spent treating migrant patients.
A brown pebble discovered on a beach more than a decade ago is actually the world's first known example of a fossilised dinosaur brain, scientists have confirmed.
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Black people are more than six times likelier than white people to be stopped and searched by police - with the gap widening over the past 12 months.
The Lib Dems have suffered an embarrassment ahead of the Richmond Park by-election, with the seat's former Lib Dem MP quitting the party.
Paralysed patients are being left on inappropriate hospital wards for up to nine months because of a lack of beds in specialist units.
An ex-servicemen has admitted trying to burgle Wayne Rooney’s house as the Manchester United striker played in his testimonial match at Old Trafford.
Dad faces jail over child's force-feeding death
A man is facing jail for killing his three-year-old son by force-feeding him a mixture of bread and cereal.
Lottery app fault may have stopped people claiming their winnings
People may have been throwing winning National Lottery tickets in the bin after a barcode scanner on Camelot’s official app developed technical issues.