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Will UK have White Christmas in 2018? Met Office predicting snow this weekend
Those dreaming of a white Christmas could be in for an early treat as snow is likely to fall across parts of the UK this weekend.
May's next move: PM heads to Brussels to plead for Brexit concessions
Theresa May is heading to Brussels for the second time this week in another frantic bid to win Brexit concessions after surviving a vote of no confidence by Conservative MPs.
What does Theresa May's victory mean for her Brexit deal?
The result of this secret ballot may well sway the course of history. By backing Theresa May her MPs are probably defining Brexit.
Poppins for PM? Meryl Streep calls Mary 'a gift in dark times'
When P L Travers first wrote Mary Poppins in 1935, little did she know she'd be creating a role that would go down in cinema history.
New mother 'bled to death after getting lost' in Edinburgh hospital
A new mother reportedly bled to death after getting lost in hospital after she had just seen her premature son.
Princes Charles and Harry host event to tackle knife crime
Prince Charles and his son Harry have joined forces to try and "make a dent" in the "unacceptable" levels of knife crime killing young people in the UK.
Thursday's national newspaper front pages
Pound up after Theresa May wins Tory confidence vote
The pound has reacted positively after Theresa May saw off a Tory vote of confidence in her leadership - but wobbled when the size of her majority became clear.
Comedian cancels university show after being told to sign 'behavioural agreement'
A comedian says he pulled out of a gig after being asked to sign a contract setting out a "no-tolerance policy" on subjects including sexism, religion and xenophobia.
Michael Barrymore loses bid for substantial damages over wrongful arrest
Comedian Michael Barrymore has lost his bid to receive substantial damages over his wrongful arrest in 2007.