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Retailers braced for £1bn Black Friday bonanza

Retailers are braced for a bumper day's trading on Black Friday

Black Friday could become the UK's first £1 billion online shopping day as consumers and retailers prepare for the annual bargain frenzy.

3:09am Thursday 26 November 2015

Saturday's Lotto rollover jackpot set to be £13.2m

Someone could be toasting winnings of more than £13 million on Saturday

Saturday's Lotto jackpot will be a rollover with an estimated value of £13.2 million after nobody matched all six main numbers in Wednesday night's draw, Camelot said.

12:35am Thursday 26 November 2015

BBC Trust decision due on taking BBC Three off-air

The move to make BBC Three online-only has been widely criticised by viewers and established stars

Plans to take BBC Three off-air could be confirmed today when the BBC Trust announces its final decision.

12:15am Thursday 26 November 2015

Teenage murder victim named as Vasilaki Kakko

Vasilaki Kakko was stabbed to death in north London (Metropolitan Police/PA)

A boy who became the fourteenth teenager to be stabbed to death in London this year has been named by police as Vasilaki Kakko.

12:15am Thursday 26 November 2015

Cameron heads to Malta for Commonwealth talks on extremism

Prime Minister David Cameron is holding talks with Commonwealth states in Malta

David Cameron will call on leaders to find ways to combat terrorism and tackle extremism at a Commonwealth summit.

12:15am Thursday 26 November 2015

Government set for Acas talks over strike threat by junior doctors

Jeremy Hunt said patient safety 'has been my absolute priority throughout my tenure as Health Secretary'.

Talks between the British Medical Association (BMA) and the government will begin today after the Health Secretary U-turned to ward off strike action by thousands of doctors.

12:15am Thursday 26 November 2015

Prince Harry names Sentebale buildings in Lesotho after Diana and nanny

Harry was due to attend the opening of the Sentebale development in Lesotho

Prince Harry has named two buildings at the heart of his charity's new landmark centre in Africa after the women closest to him - his mother Diana, Princess of Wales and his beloved nanny.

12:15am Thursday 26 November 2015

UK child cancer death rate down 24% in past decade

Child cancer death rates have fallen over the past year

The number of children dying from cancer in the UK is falling, new figures show.

12:15am Thursday 26 November 2015

Call to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 57% by 2030 to meet climate change goal

Slashing carbon emissions from the power sector is needed to help other areas such as transport and heating become cleaner

The UK needs to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 57% by 2030 to meet its long-term goal for tackling climate change cost-effectively, government advisers have said.

12:15am Thursday 26 November 2015

Eagles of Death Metal tell of Bataclan massacre horror

Police officers stand guard at La Defense business district, outside Paris.

Mass confusion and panic overcame the Bataclan when two gunmen stormed an Eagles of Death Metal concert at the Paris theatre, according to the band's graphic first-hand account of the massacre.

12:15am Thursday 26 November 2015
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