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Politics

Army Chief slams further defence cuts and warns Britain will fall behind aggressive Russia

THE head of the Army Sir Nick Carter will today launch a stinging attack on further defence cuts. The Chief of the General Staff will warn Britain risks falling behind Russia by sitting back. It comes as Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson battles the Trea

United Kingdom

Chancellor's plan to solve housing crisis will fail - MPs

A new report says abolishing stamp duty on homes under £300,000 will not tackle the housing crisis.

America

Pope Francis ends Latin America tour with giant Mass

The Pope denounces corruption, before celebrating Mass for more than a million people in Lima.

England

Mother 'lives' for brain damaged 19-year-old daughter

Bridget was born with severe medical problems after her mother was prescribed an epilepsy drug during pregnancy.

Celebrity

Stephanie Davis sparks ENGAGEMENT rumours as she shares cryptic post on social media hinting at 'special' relationship news

Stephanie Davis has sparked engagement rumours after posting a cryptic post on Instagram [Getty] Former Hollyoaks actress, Stephanie Davis has sparked engagement rumours after sharing a cryptic post on social media.  Jeremy McConnell's ex girlf

TV & Radio

Emmerdale's Danny Miller reveals emotional inspiration behind his performances

AARON Dingle has tackled battles with his mental health, his sexuality and even abuse during his eight years on Emmerdale.

United Kingdom

Bid to get more protection for shop and bar workers

A Labour MSP seeks views on his member's bill to protect shop and bar workers from violence.

Scotland

SMEs may be worst affected by Brexit, research suggests

The study was carried out by academics at St Andrews University and is said to be the first of its kind.

Football

Manchester City think they’ve taken the moral high ground but not pursuing Alexis Sanchez but United will be empowered by signing him

MANCHESTER CITY might well think they have taken the moral high ground in the battle for Alexis Sanchez. The truth is they have been dealt a major blow. Not one that is going to knock them off course this season as they are already over the hill and far a

World

Commuter train hits buffers in Sydney injuring 15 passengers

At least 15 commuters suffered injuries when a train derailed at the end of the line in Sydney during the Monday morning rush hour.

United Kingdom

'Short, sharp shock' ruined my life: Abuse victims describe brutal reality of youth detention centres under Thatcher

Former inmates say their lives spiralled into violence and addiction because of trauma from 'sadistic, brutal concentration camps'

Cars

Motorists fork out £1,000 more to insure their cars if their name is Mohammed

MOTORISTS are being stung for almost £1,000 more to insure cars if their name is Mohammed. Top firms Admiral, Marks & Spencer, Bell, Elephant and Diamond all give far lower quotes when the driver has the English name John, a Sun investigation reveals.

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