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Elliott, three, could have first Christmas at home - thanks to heart donor

Elliott Livingstone, three, who received a life-saving heart transplant (Family Handout/PA)

The parents of a toddler who received a life-saving heart transplant are preparing for a Christmas they "never thought" they would have with their son.

12:34am Tuesday 6 December 2016

People who groom their pubic hair 'more likely to have had an STI'

People who groom their pubic hair are 80% more likely to have had an STI than those who do not, researchers found

Intimate personal grooming has been linked to a higher likelihood of sexually transmitted infections (STI), new research suggests.

12:34am Tuesday 6 December 2016

Children threatened with Tasers more than 500 times last year, charity reports

A child as young as 12 was fired on by a Taser, new figures have show

Police used Tasers when dealing with children at least 538 times last year and fired them on 43 of those occasions, according to a new report.

12:34am Tuesday 6 December 2016

NHS facing difficult winter as system 'can't cope' with patient numbers

The NHS could be under increased pressure this winter in part due to low staffing numbers

The ability of the NHS to cope with winter has become worse over the past three years, according to a new poll of doctors.

12:34am Tuesday 6 December 2016

Royal prerogative is crucial in Article 50 appeal, Supreme Court hears

The eleven Justices Of The Supreme Court who are hearing the Government's appeal against the High Court decision on triggering Article 50

The Government's use of the royal prerogative to trigger the process of taking Britain out of the European Union is not being done on a "whim" or "out of a clear blue sky", the UK's highest court has heard.

12:34am Tuesday 6 December 2016

Theresa May trade mission to Bahrain 'the shabby face of Brexit'

Theresa May meets King Hamad Bin Isa Khalifa during her two-day visit to Bahrain

Theresa May's trade push in the Middle East has been branded the "shabby face" of Brexit by critics.

12:34am Tuesday 6 December 2016

Southern rail passengers face misery as services slashed amid industrial action

Members of the RMT union on Southern Railway will strike for three days from Tuesday in protest against changes to the role of conductors

Rail passengers will face some of the worst disruption for years from today when a wave of strikes and other forms of industrial action are launched in bitter disputes over staffing.

12:34am Tuesday 6 December 2016

Drinking culture taking enormous toll on emergency services, report reveals

Excessive alcohol consumption is putting an intolerable strain on the emergency services and casualty departments, a report has said

The "enormous" toll of excessive drinking on Britain's emergency services is laid bare in a new parliamentary report.

12:34am Tuesday 6 December 2016

Helen Marten named winner of 2016 Turner Prize

Helen Marten, winner of the 2016 Turner Prize, in front of her installation at Tate Britain, London

The artist Helen Marten has scooped a £25,000 jackpot after she was named winner of the 2016 Turner Prize.

12:34am Tuesday 6 December 2016

Catholics less likely to breastfeed, research suggests

Women with a Catholic heritage in developed countries are less likely to breastfeed, a study has found

Mothers who come from developed nations with a strong Catholic heritage are less likely to breastfeed, a study suggests.

12:34am Tuesday 6 December 2016
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