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It's that time of year when thoughts turn towards Christmas, snow and all things wintery. And crucially people want to know how cold it's going to get and how soon. Some reports this week said that temperatures in the UK were about to take a turn for North Wales is apparently going to get hit with 'severe snow' - here's what the Met Office saysHere's what the MET office says about reports that severe snow is on the way this month
A teacher who was accused of having sex with a 16-year-old pupil in a plane toilet as they returned from a school trip will not face a retrial. Jurors at Bristol crown court failed to agree a verdict last week in the trial of Eleanor Wilson, 29, who Teacher accused of having sex with pupil on plane will NOT face retrialNo retrial for 'sex on plane' teacher Eleanor WilsonTeacher accused of having sex with pupil, 16, in plane toilet avoids retrial
Two people were injured when a man "fell from a height" on to a woman at a shopping centre in east London. Emergency services were called to Westfield Shopping Centre in Stratford at about 16:00 BST after reports a man had fallen and a woman was ...Westfield Stratford police incident: Horror as 'man falls from top floor onto woman below'Man falls from top floor of Westfield Stratford on to another shopperWestfield shopping centre: Two injured after man 'falls from height onto fellow shopper' in east London
THE dad of the Brit cyclist that was killed by a hunter in France blames a “family feud” after the sister claims he raped and attacked her. John Sutton on Wednesday said he was “devastated” sister Katie Toghill and mum Katrina would tarnish Mark Sutton Rape claims against French Alps shooting victimDead cyclist's girlfriend 'devastated' at sister's rape claimsMother of British cyclist mistakenly killed by hunter in Alps says she hopes her son 'rots in hell'
Jeremy Corbyn kicked off a very noisy PMQs this week by paying tribute to Patricia Hollis, the Labour peer who died this week. He then asked Theresa May, given that she did not mention either Chequers in her conference speech or in the Commons on ...PMQs LIVE: May SHAMES Corbyn in Commons clash - 'Labour's playing politics - WE DELIVER!'Why Theresa May isn't ruling out another year of Brexit transitionTheresa May claims Chequers plan is not dead
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When we think of slavery, many of us think of historical or so-called “traditional forms” of slavery – and of the 12m people ripped from their West African homes and shipped across the Atlantic for a lifetime in the plantations of the Americas. But Exclusive: UK traffickers using drugs to force people into slavery, report findsThe tragic number of modern slavery victims in West Midlands revealedTraffickers use drugs to coerce addicts into crime - charity
There are "striking similarities" between the deaths of two nine-year-old girls and a sex attack on another child four years later, the Old Bailey has heard. Russell Bishop, who denies murdering Nicola Fellows and Karen Hadaway in 1986, was convicted Man on retrial for murder of Brighton schoolgirls play-acted grief, court toldBrighton double murder trial jury told about similar later attackStriking similarities between girls' deaths and later sex attack, court told
The decision on whether MPs approve or reject any Brexit deal must be "unequivocal", ministers have said. Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab said the outcome of the "meaningful vote" due to take place in Parliament must be "clear to the British public". In Tens of thousands are set to march for a 'People's Vote' on Brexit this weekendSadiq Khan referendum march SHOCKS Brexiteer – 'spend Saturday sorting out VIOLENT crime'When is the People's Vote on Brexit march, what's the route and will any roads be closed?
This summer, a nit-picking neighbour wrote anonymously to council officials in South Yorkshire saying the flowers are a danger to road-users, despite the house sitting on a little lane with only eight other homes. And in the latest instalment of the Plans on hold to remove Sheffield couple's roadside garden'Dangerous' dahlias must be removed from roadside, couple told by councilCouncil tells couple to remove bed of flowers because they're a danger to drivers