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Brexit: UK motorists wanting to drive in EU 'will need green card' if no-deal becomes reality

Millions of British motorists hoping to drive in the EU will need a "green card" to do so as the UK approaches the "increasingly possible" event of a "no-deal" Brexit, insurance firms have warned.

Grandmother's lightbulb bought from Woolworths in 1943 still works

A grandmother has discovered a light bulb bought by her parents from a Woolworths store in 1943 still works more than 75 years later.

Jasmin Paris becomes first woman to win 268-mile Spine Race

A female ultra runner has made history by becoming the first woman to win the 268-mile Spine Race.

Woman, 91, dies more than a week after M58 crash

A 91-year-old woman has died from injuries she suffered in a four-vehicle motorway crash more than a week ago.

Ant McPartlin set to return to Britain's Got Talent this week

Ant McPartlin set to return to Britain's Got Talent this week

Ant McPartlin is set to return to work this week as Britain's Got Talent auditions get under way.

No labels, no stereotypes: Dissecting a divided society

No labels, no stereotypes: Dissecting a divided society

Ever get the feeling we're becoming more divided as a country?

Gangland hitman Mark Fellows gets whole life term for mob murders

Gangland hitman Mark Fellows gets whole life term for mob murders

A hitman has been sentenced to a whole life jail term for the murders of gangland "Mr Big" Paul Massey and mob enforcer John Kinsella.

Appeal after stray dog found in Edinburgh with blade embedded in his neck

Appeal after stray dog found in Edinburgh with blade embedded in his neck

A stray dog is recovering after being found bleeding from the head with a knife blade still "lodged deep" in his neck.

End of Arabica? 60% of wild coffees 'face extinction'

End of Arabica? 60% of wild coffees 'face extinction'

At least 60% of wild coffees are threatened with extinction due to loss of forests and climate change, scientists have warned.

Hitachi to suspend work on £20bn nuclear reactor in Wales

Hitachi to suspend work on £20bn nuclear reactor in Wales

Hitachi has frozen plans to build a nuclear power station at Wylfa in Anglesey in a move that could lead to the loss of 400 jobs.

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Prince Philip crash road under review after five deaths in six years

Prince Philip crash road under review after five deaths in six years

Five fatal accidents have taken place in six years on the road where the Duke of Edinburgh crashed driving close to Sandringham Estate.

Ant McPartlin set to return to Britain's Got Talent this week

Ant McPartlin set to return to Britain's Got Talent this week

Ant McPartlin is set to return to work this week as Britain's Got Talent auditions get under way.

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