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The Beatles: Rare album once owned by John Lennon to be auctioned

A Beatles album once owned by John Lennon - and believed to be one of the rarest in the band's history - is up for auction.

Humber Estuary: Body recovered near Grimsby Docks confirmed to be a woman

A body recovered from the Humber Estuary near Grimsby Docks has been confirmed to be a woman.

'Dr Evil' tattooist sentenced for removing ears and nipples

A tattooist known as 'Dr Evil' has been sentenced to three years and four months after he removed ears and nipples and split the tongues of willing clients.

'Cancel Brexit' petition passes two million signatures

A petition demanding Theresa May revokes Article 50 and cancels Brexit has passed two million signatures.

CBI and TUC unite again to demand Brexit 'Plan B'

CBI and TUC unite again to demand Brexit 'Plan B'

Theresa May is facing demands to change course over Brexit from the CBI and TUC as she pleads for a Brexit delay in Brussels.

Gibraltar chief Fabian Picardo: Revoke Article 50 to 'take back control'

Gibraltar chief Fabian Picardo: Revoke Article 50 to 'take back control'

Gibraltar's chief minister Fabian Picardo believes revoking the UK's Article 50 notification is the only way "to take back control" of the Brexit process.

Duchy the cat killed with air rifle in 'brutal act of cruelty'

Duchy the cat killed with air rifle in 'brutal act of cruelty'

A cat has died after being shot with an air rifle in a "deliberate and brutal act of cruelty".

Bank of England  says 'nature' of Brexit will guide path for economy

Bank of England says 'nature' of Brexit will guide path for economy

The Bank of England has warned that the "nature and timing" of the UK's departure from the EU will determine the country’s economic outlook.

Two people found dead on different parts of same railway

Two people found dead on different parts of same railway

Two people have died after being electrocuted at different points on the same stretch of railway line in east London.

Steel group Meridian in last-ditch talks to avert collapse

Steel group Meridian in last-ditch talks to avert collapse

One of Britain's biggest steel stockholding businesses is in last-ditch talks to avoid collapse just days after MPs accused the government of neglecting the wider steel industry.

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Brexit delayed: UK gets two new deadlines after midnight crisis talks

Brexit delayed: UK gets two new deadlines after midnight crisis talks

EU leaders have granted Theresa May's request to delay Brexit, giving the UK a two-tier extension.

Brexit: Govt preparing to enter 'very high readiness mode' for no deal

Brexit: Govt preparing to enter 'very high readiness mode' for no deal

The armed forces have activated a team in a nuclear-proof bunker under the Ministry of Defence as the government prepares next Monday to enter "very high readiness mode" for a no-deal Brexit, Sky News can reveal.

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