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Builder Redrow launches UK's first housebuilding degree

Students will learn about housebuilding quality, project management, health and safety, negotiation, as well as aspects of law, mathematics and economics

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Brexit: Macron says France would look 'with kindness' on UK choosing to halt EU withdrawal

'If tomorrow, or the day after, the United Kingdom decided to change its mind, it's clear that we would look at this with kindness'

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Former patients raise money in support of initial-branding liver surgeon Simon Bramhall

JustGiving page set up by patients "indebted" to doctor who performed 350 transplants before admitting assault charges.

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Fierce winds fell trees and cause travel chaos across the UK – video

Severe weather has closed schools and caused disruption across multiple travel networks. Gusts of more than 80mph hit parts of the UK, uprooting trees. The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for the majority of England. In Scotland, heavy snow caused

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Emily Maitlis speaks of stalker ordeal after 25 years of harassment

'You're having to think about things that are just ludicrous, like 'How do you get in and out of your front door?"'


Trump hotel called 's***hole' and given hundreds of one-star reviews on Yelp

The hotel has been reduced from four stars to two in a matter of days

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Grenfell Tower: Residents of private block of flats handed £2m bill to replace 'flammable' cladding

Leaseholders of the 93 flats estimate total charges could be in excess of £31,300 per household, payable as early as March 2018

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Four killed and flights suspended as storm lashes Europe

Severe storm batters Belgium, Germany, Netherlands and parts of UK, uprooting power lines and treesThree people have been killed in the Netherlands and one person in Belgium, and all flights were briefly suspended at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam, as a se

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Lee Rigby’s unofficial memorial taken down for looking ‘unsightly’

A MEMORIAL to murdered soldier Lee Rigby has been taken down for looking “unsightly”. The shrine was set up outside the Royal Artillery barracks near where Lee, 25, was killed in Woolwich, South East London. St George’s and Union Jack f


Faith Schools: Government Mustn’t Dance To Catholic Church’s Tune

It seems that plans to create more religiously selective faith schools are back on the table

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