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Eddie Redmayne tells of 'extraordinary' Oscars ride

Eddie Redmayne and wife Hannah Bagshawe at the nominees lunch (Invision/AP)

British actor Eddie Redmayne has revealed he is trying to enjoy the "extraordinary ride" of his second best actor nod in two years as he joined his fellow Oscar nominees for a celebratory lunch.

12:52am Tuesday 9 February 2016

Government to allow councils to extend Sunday trading hours

Local councils will be able to extend Sunday trading hours

The Government is pressing ahead with plans to allow local councils to extend Sunday trading hours.

12:50am Tuesday 9 February 2016

David Cameron's mother signs anti-cuts petition

David Cameron and his mother Mary at Wimbledon in 2012

David Cameron's mother has signed a petition against spending cuts in his constituency.

12:28am Tuesday 9 February 2016

Second man shot dead in apparent gangland feud

The earlier attack was at the Regency Hotel in Dublin

A second man has been shot dead in Dublin in an apparent gangland feud which is suspected to involve drugs gangs in Ireland and Spain.

12:28am Tuesday 9 February 2016

Power knocked out as Storm Imogen roars through UK

Waves crash over rocks at Porthcawl in Wales as winds of nearly 100mph battered Britain after Storm Imogen slammed into the south coast bringing fierce gusts and torrential downpours.

Tens of thousands of people have been left without power as Storm Imogen battered Britain with hurricane-force winds reaching speeds of almost 100mph.

12:28am Tuesday 9 February 2016

Sir Terry Wogan turned down for BBC job by Sir David Attenborough, letters show

Sir Terry Wogan died of cancer aged 77 at the end of January

Letters unearthed from the BBC archives reveal that Sir Terry Wogan was turned down for a job as a BBC Two presenter by Sir David Attenborough in 1965.

12:23am Tuesday 9 February 2016

'No safe way' to get tanned from sunlight, health watchdog Nice warns

There is no safe way to get a sun tan, Nice warned

There is no such thing as a safe tan, a health watchdog has warned as it published new guidance on the risks and benefits of sunlight.

12:23am Tuesday 9 February 2016

'One in four' teenagers subjected to trolling on internet

One in four teenagers claims to have been subjected to abuse online

One in four teenagers suffered hate abuse online in the last year, a major report has revealed.

12:23am Tuesday 9 February 2016

1970's pollution could still cause deaths today, study suggests

A study looked at air pollution levels over a 38-year period

Pollution pumped out into the air decades ago could still be causing deaths today, a study suggests.

12:23am Tuesday 9 February 2016

Rise in public dissatisfaction with NHS, King's Fund survey reveals

In 2015 overall NHS satisfaction fell to 60%, down from 65% in 2014

Public dissatisfaction with the NHS is rising, according to new data.

12:23am Tuesday 9 February 2016
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