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Mobile phone customers overcharged by almost half a billion pounds

Some mobile phone companies have charged customers almost half a billion pounds for handsets which they already own, according to Citizens Advice.

Happiness declining in girls and young women in UK, survey reveals

The happiness of girls and young women in Britain has declined in the last 10 years, new research has revealed.

Tesco takes on Aldi and Lidl as first Jack's store opens

Tesco is opening the first store under its new Jack's brand on Wednesday, with the retailer due to outline the scale of its ambition.

Incidents of spiking double in three years, official figures show

'Drinks spiking' has more than doubled in three years, according to figures from UK police forces.

UK weather: Storm Ali brings 'danger to life' as 80mph winds hit

UK weather: Storm Ali brings 'danger to life' as 80mph winds hit

The Met Office has warned of a danger to life as Storm Ali brings winds up to 80mph to parts of the UK today.

Michel Barnier's hints at a compromise are music to Theresa May's ears

Michel Barnier's hints at a compromise are music to Theresa May's ears

Theresa May is travelling to Mozart's birthplace, Salzburg, in a bid to find some much-needed harmony on Brexit at a two-day summit of European leaders.

TV host and comedy writer Denis Norden dies aged 96

TV host and comedy writer Denis Norden dies aged 96

Former TV host and comedy writer Denis Norden has died aged 96, his family has said.

Theresa May calls for end to social housing 'stigma' as she pledges £2bn for new homes

Theresa May calls for end to social housing 'stigma' as she pledges £2bn for new homes

Theresa May is pledging a £2bn handout to housing associations in a bid to provide tens of thousands of new affordable homes.

Theresa May receives Brexit boost on eve of crucial EU summit in Salzburg

Theresa May receives Brexit boost on eve of crucial EU summit in Salzburg

Theresa May appeared to receive a significant Brexit boost on the eve of a crucial EU summit when Michel Barnier pledged to break the deadlock over the Irish border.

Noel Edmonds brands Archbishop of Canterbury 'reincarnation of evil' over Lloyds investment

Noel Edmonds brands Archbishop of Canterbury 'reincarnation of evil' over Lloyds investment

Noel Edmonds has branded the Archbishop of Canterbury a "reincarnation of evil" for failing to meet HBOS fraud victims and investing in Lloyds Banking Group.

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UK weather: Storm Ali to hit UK and Ireland with 85mph winds

UK weather: Storm Ali to hit UK and Ireland with 85mph winds

Storm Ali is set to pummel much of the North and West tomorrow, bringing the threat of damaging 85mph gusts and travel disruption.

Mobile phone customers overcharged by almost half a billion pounds

Mobile phone customers overcharged by almost half a billion pounds

Some mobile phone companies have charged customers almost half a billion pounds for handsets which they already own, according to Citizens Advice.

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