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Stillbirth breakthrough: Women urged to sleep on side
The parents of a stillborn baby have released a picture of their son to help highlight new research that shows pregnant women can halve the risk of stillbirth simply by going to sleep in the correct position.
Brexit: Key Leave ministers appear to back £40bn EU divorce bill
Theresa May appears to have won the backing of Cabinet Brexiteers to double the UK's "divorce bill" offer from £20bn to £40bn.
Crunch meeting may back £36bn Brexit pay-off
The Chancellor has said the Government is "on the brink" of unblocking Brexit negotiations, as the Prime Minister weighs up increasing her 'divorce bill' offer by a further €20bn (£17.8bn).
Three held over Gaia Pope death released by police
Three people who were arrested following the disappearance of teenager Gaia Pope have been released without further police action.
Meet Daeshgram: The Iraqi hackers using Islamic State's propaganda against them
Islamic State pioneered modern online propaganda but their own techniques are now being turned against them to cause mistrust.
Merkel says fresh elections would be better than leading minority government
Angela Merkel has said she would prefer new elections to leading a minority government, following the collapse of coalition talks.
Budget 2017: Philip Hammond to focus on 5G, driverless car testing, AI and housing
Billions of pounds for housing and high-tech industry are expected to be at the centre of Chancellor Philip Hammond's "positive and upbeat" Budget this Wednesday.
Michael van Gerwen beats Peter Wright to win Grand Slam of Darts
Michael van Gerwen won a third successive Grand Slam of Darts title on Sunday night, beating Peter Wright 16-12 after earlier thrashing Phil Taylor in the last four.
EU agencies will relocate to Paris and Amsterdam in first Brexit shift
Two European cities have won lucrative bids to host EU agencies leaving London because of Brexit.
EU 'ready for ambitious' trade deal amid warning for City on banking passport
The EU's chief negotiator has said the bloc is "ready" to offer Britain an "ambitious" free trade deal - but the UK will lose one of the advantages currently enjoyed by the City.
Charles Manson: Murderous cult leader dies aged 83
Former cult leader Charles Manson, who orchestrated the gruesome murders of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others, has died at 83.
'Mission accomplished': Hezbollah ready to withdraw from Iraq
Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah says the militant group will pull out of Iraq once Islamic State has been defeated.
President Trump makes North Korea a designated state sponsor of terrorism
President Donald Trump has declared that North Korea is now a designated state sponsor of terrorism.
MPs seek to end gig economy worker 'exploitation'
The Government is being told it could bolster workers' rights and take in more tax by supporting proposed new rules governing the so-called gig economy.
British Gas to end variable tariffs by April ahead of price cap law
British Gas says it will no longer roll customers onto standard variable tariffs (SVTs) from next April - signalling the beginning of the end for the controversial energy bills.
Eddie Jones could call on Chris Robshaw to replace Sam Underhill for Samoa Test
Chris Robshaw could make his first start at openside under Eddie Jones after Sam Underhill was ruled out of England's Test against Samoa on Saturday, live on Sky Sports Main Event.
Australia v England: The ultimate Ashes preview
The ultimate rivalry in cricket gets set for its newest chapter when Australia and England clash in the first Ashes Test in Brisbane on Thursday.
Theresa May reveals £1.7bn transport boost ahead of Budget
Theresa May is visiting the West Midlands to promote a £1.7bn investment as part of the Government's industrial strategy, as the countdown to the Budget begins.
'Roadmap agreed' with Robert Mugabe, says Zimbabwe's military chief
Zimbabwe's military chief Constantino Chiwenga says a roadmap has been agreed with deposed president Robert Mugabe.