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Prime Minister Theresa May was told about Trident missile test

The Prime Minister was told about last year's Trident missile test when she came into office, Downing Street has said.

Hull's Ryan Mason stable after fracturing skull in clash of heads with Gary Cahill

Hull footballer Ryan Mason is in a stable condition in hospital after suffering a fractured skull during the 2-0 defeat by Chelsea.

Nearly 8,000 motorists caught using phone at the wheel in one week

A record number of drivers were caught during a police crackdown on illegal mobile phone use behind the wheel.

City gloom deepens at fastest since 2008 amid Brexit fears

Gloom in Britain's financial services sector has deepened at its sharpest rate since the financial crisis, a new poll shows.

Eating burnt toast 'may increase cancer risk'

Eating burnt toast 'may increase cancer risk'

Eating certain foods that have been cooked at high temperatures could be linked to cancer, according to health officials.

Selfies - an art form? the Saatchi Gallery thinks so

Selfies - an art form? the Saatchi Gallery thinks so

David Cameron, Barack Obama, Angela Merkel, Francois Hollande and John Kerry have all posed for selfies.

Agent Provocateur chief's future in doubt amid sale talks

Agent Provocateur chief's future in doubt amid sale talks

The chief executive of Agent Provocateur is in talks about his future with the lingerie retailer ‎as it progresses an urgent plan to inject new funds into the struggling business.

Carwyn Jones: Theresa May 'has no interest in Wales'

Carwyn Jones: Theresa May 'has no interest in Wales'

The First Minister for Wales, Carwyn Jones has warned that the United Kingdom has never been more divided, insisting that Theresa May has no interest in Wales.

PM launches new industrial strategy with Cabinet meeting in North West

PM launches new industrial strategy with Cabinet meeting in North West

Theresa May is to take her Cabinet to the birthplace of the industrial revolution to launch a new strategy for British industry for the 21st century.

Call for Group B Strep tests to prevent baby deaths

Call for Group B Strep tests to prevent baby deaths

The number of deaths caused by a bacteria that kills one newborn baby every week in the UK could be significantly reduced if a simple test was offered to expectant mothers, campaigners say.

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Theresa May to meet Donald Trump at White House next week

Theresa May to meet Donald Trump at White House next week

Theresa May is expected to visit Donald Trump in the White House next week - either Thursday or Friday.

From youth to middle age: Trainspotting sequel pulls into Edinburgh

From youth to middle age: Trainspotting sequel pulls into Edinburgh

Trainspotting was a seminal film of the Nineties. 

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