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BRITAIN is set to be battered by heavy rain and strong winds this week – just before temperatures start to soar next month. The soggy weather won't last long, with a balmy heat plume expected...

Sunday, Monday, happy days: Britain is set for two days of Autumn sun with 63F highs… before fallout from Tropical Storm Epsilon hits home Parts of Britain set for a ‘very unsettled weekend’...

BRITS will be blasted by hail, thunder and rain over the weekend as the unseasonably warm 15C weather lifts. With Storm Barbara moving on, Britain had hoped it had seen the worst of the October weather. But...

UK is named the legal aid capital of Europe as our spending dwarfs almost every nation on the continent England and Wales spending on legal aid was third highest of near 50 countries  The study suggested...

BORIS Johnson will address the nation this afternoon after firms battered by Tier 2 lockdowns were handed billions in support. The Prime Minister will flesh out plans to extend the Job Support Scheme and...

UK Music says the acronym BAME is ‘outdated and offensive’ and needs to be consigned to the ‘dustbin of history’ to be replaced with specific terms like ‘black’ and...

Two former US food inspectors are warning the UK to “not take our meat at any cost” – describing the effects that chemicals used to wash chickens had on their own health, according to a report. Sherry...

THEY are the delicious-looking ‘sweets’ that are advertised using brand names and even cartoon characters. But dangerous drug-laced edibles that are flooding our schools can provoke heart palpitations,...

HEALTH secretary Matt Hancock confirmed the government's offer of financial support for Greater Manchester businesses "remains on the table". Andy Burnham, the mayor of Greater Manchester,...

What can we learn from nations that got it right? VICTORIA ALLEN analyses the UK’s coronavirus testing farce Why has Test and Trace fallen apart in England while other countries have managed to make...

CORONAVIRUS deaths today rose by 150 in the UK's deadliest day since June 3. A further 16,171 people have also tested positive for the disease in the third highest daily rise – bringing the...

ANOTHER 15,650 people have been diagnosed with coronavirus but new cases are down by a sixth on yesterday – raising hopes that new infections are steadying. Another 136 Covid deaths were also announced...

BRITAIN experienced its wettest day since records began when Storm Alex ravaged the country earlier this month. Saturday October 3 saw more rainfall than any other day since 1891 when the first records...

Dramatic increase in opioid use in the UK as prescriptions for CODEINE jump five-fold in 10 years raising concerns of an addiction crisis Manchester experts studied opioid use among 2 million primary...

BRITS have faced huge travel uncertainty this summer with countries being added to and taken off the quarantine list at short notice. As Italy becomes the latest country added to the quarantine list, we...

Children have ‘closed up’ since going back to school at the end of lockdown – with 64% of parents saying youngsters spoke more about their feelings while learning from home Some 1,000...