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Wet and windy weather returns after the sunshine

The warm weather of the past week is set to change for the worse, according to forecasters

The UK could be hit by the remnants of Hurricane Joaquin at the weekend as wet and windy weather returns and temperatures plunge.

12:32am Monday 5 October 2015

No 'crocodile tears' from Nicola Sturgeon over Labour's demise

Nicola Sturgeon was interviewed by Alastair Campbell for the November issue of GQ magazine

Nicola Sturgeon has insisted she will not cry "crocodile tears" over Labour's "pitiful and sad" demise.

12:32am Monday 5 October 2015

More than 20 hurt 'when British millionaire crashes at Malta motor show'

The crash happened in the Hal Farrug district of Malta

More than 20 people have been injured after a British millionaire crashed his supercar crashed into the crowd at a motor show, according to reports.

12:32am Monday 5 October 2015

Increase in people renting homes from private landlords

The proportion of households renting from private landlords has more than doubled, figures show

More people are renting homes from private landlords than at any point in the last 30 years, a think tank has found.

12:32am Monday 5 October 2015

Nurses 'being placed in intolerable situations'

Some 43% of nurses have seen an increase in the number of patients they are being asked to care for, the survey found

Nurses are working in "intolerable situations", with many considering leaving the profession, according to a poll.

12:32am Monday 5 October 2015

Shoppers face 5p charge for plastic carrier bags

Shoppers will have to pay 5p for single-use carrier bags

English shoppers face a 5p charge for plastic carrier bags from today as part of a Government scheme to reduce litter and protect wildlife.

12:32am Monday 5 October 2015

Jeremy Hunt accused of tearing up deal on junior doctors' contract

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt was accused of making changes to the contract because of a need to cut costs

The Government tore up a potential agreement with medics over a new junior doctors' contract, triggering a row with the British Medical Association (BMA) which could lead to strike action, a former health minister has claimed.

12:32am Monday 5 October 2015

Campaigners issues Jehovah's Witnesses abuse warning

The Government has been asked to introduce mandatory reporting to police whenever an allegation of child sex abuse is made within the Jehovah's Witnesses

Victims of child abuse within the Jehovah's Witnesses may never see the perpetrators brought to justice unless the Government closes a loophole allowing criminals to evade justice, campaigners have warned.

12:32am Monday 5 October 2015

High Court to rule on 'smartphone fares' in Uber row

Transport for London and Uber are seeking clarification as to whether smartphones can lawfully be used to calculate fares

The High Court is being asked to make a ruling with important implications for the future of controversial minicab-hailing app Uber.

12:32am Monday 5 October 2015

Jeremy Corbyn due to speak at Manchester protest as Tories meet in city

Jeremy Corbyn wants activists to focus on policy and not make personal attacks

Jeremy Corbyn is expected to address a crowd of hundreds at a protest event in Manchester during the Conservative Party conference.

12:32am Monday 5 October 2015
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