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Two men were taken to hospital after getting into difficulties at Sea Palling

Two men in hospital after swimmers caught in rip tide off Norfolk beach

Increased security at Dover has caused long delays

Holidaymakers face delays as Dover tightens security after French attacks

A number of Welsh teenagers have been injured in a coach crash in France

Welsh teenagers hurt in coach crash in France

Some of the latest suspects police want to trace over disorder in London (Met Police/PA)

Police release more images of suspects after night of violence in London

Jeremy Corbyn will launch his Labour leadership campaign in Manchester

Jeremy Corbyn to rally Labour activists at leadership campaign launch

A masked policeman stands on the street in front of the Olympia mall where the massacre took place (AP)

Munich gunman 'had no links to Islamic State'

Unite leader Len McCluskey is joining a march to protest against cuts and privatisation by Tory-run Bromley council

Unite's Len McCluskey joins protest over council cuts and privatisation

Across the UK the average deposit for a home has increased by 14% over the last year, Halifax said

Average first-time buyer deposit 'more than doubled' since 2007

Taking a pet abroad can be a complicated business

1.4m choose UK holiday to be with dog - survey

Sir Philip Green giving evidence to MPs on the collapse of BHS

Review of Sir Philip Green's knighthood after BHS collapse

Police said the car failed to stop

Boy, 4, critical after hit and run

Mrs Brown's Boys creator Brendan O'Carroll

Mrs Brown's Boys copies Tom Hiddleston T-shirt move to mark first live show

Laura Carter as she became the latest contestant to be evicted from the Big Brother house

Laura Carter evicted from Big Brother house to boos and cheers

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The judge announced his decision after a hearing at the Family Division of the High Court in London

Severely disabled baby boy should be allowed to die, judge rules

Curator Caroline de Guitaut adjusts the dress worn by the Queen at the London 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony.

Dress worn by Queen in Olympic stadium 'parachute' jump to go on display

DJ Derek, who was found dead aged 73, had a beer named after him (Bristol News and Media/PA)

DJ Derek death remains mystery after body found in woodland

The Duke of Cambridge with newborn son Prince George

Range Rover used when William picked up Prince George auctioned for charity

Photo taken with permission from the Twitter feed of @fairy_gemsy of a London Duck Tours boat being rescued by the London Fire Brigade (@fairy_gemsy/PA)

London Duck Tour boat towed to safety after getting stuck in mud on River Thames

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn has been accused by one of his MPs of bullying tactics

Labour rival accuses Corbyn of allowing 'culture of bullying'

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Traffic is currently allowed to cross freely over the border between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

No appetite for Brexit return to watchtowers on Irish border, leaders say

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Lady Warsi was the first Muslim woman to attend Cabinet when she was co-chairwoman of the Conservative Party

Politicians blamed for rise in 'respectable racism'

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The rise marks an increase of one fifth

3,000 hate crimes logged in first half of July

The figures add to an alarming picture for the UK economy

Recession warning as UK economy shows 'dramatic deterioration' post-Brexit vote

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Police cars stand outside the Olympia shopping centre after a shooting in Munich, southern Germany (AP/Marc Kleine-Kleffmann)

Gunman 'possibly' among nine killed in Munich shopping centre shooting

Islamic State and other terror groups have exploited social media and messaging apps to promote their cause and recruit followers

Terrorists exploiting 70 online platforms to spread propaganda and recruit

Angus Robertson has launched a bid to become depute leader of the SNP

Scotland on brink of independence, MP Angus Robertson insists

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A photograph released by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge of Prince George, who celebrates his third birthday today with the family pet, Lupo (Matt Porteous/PA)

New photos of George at play mark Prince's third birthday

The case was heard by a judge in the Family Division of the High Court in London

Young boy taken to IS part of Syria showed marked interest in guns, judge told

Leonard "Chip" Hawkes and Richard Westwood celebrate outside Reading Crown Court after being formally acquitted of indecently assaulting a 15-year-old girl after a gig nearly 50 years ago

Tremeloes stars hail indecent assault acquittal

Flowers left by the River Great Ouse in Bedford, close to where a mother-of-three was feared to have drowned

Body found in search for mother feared to have drowned while playing in river

Mr MacKenzie questioned whether a Christian journalist would have been able to display their religion so prominently

Sun's Kelvin MacKenzie reported to press watchdog for 'religious discrimination'

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MyTrainJourney can be used by rail passengers to check the timings of any service in Britain for up to the past 12 months

New tool allows rail passengers to check recent punctuality of service

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The canal at Parkgate, Rotherham, close to where the body of an 11-year-old boy was pulled from the water

Boy, 11, found dead in canal had been 'tombstoning', say firefighters

Chancellor Philip Hammond said he is ready to use the Autumn Statement mini-Budget to set the economy on a different course if necessary

Chancellor ready to 'reset' policy if economy hit by post-Brexit downturn

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Labour's Conor McGinn

Corbyn planned to bully me through my father, claims Labour MP Conor McGinn

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Oliver Stone attending the Snowden panel at Comic in San Diego (AP)

Pokemon Go 'could lead to totalitarianism', Oliver Stone warns

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Ali Qazimaj is to be charged with the murder of Peter and Sylvia Stuart.

Man faces murder charges after extradition from Luxembourg

British Airways said its pilot returned the aircraft to Gatwick as a precaution following reports of an unidentified strong smell in the cabin

Nasty smell forces BA flight to Greece to return to Gatwick

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Paul Rodgers, performing with Queen in London in 2008

Trump hits wrong note with British stars over unauthorised use of music

Detectives are appealing for assistance from the public in helping to identify these individual who were involved in the disorder (Metropolitan Police/PA)

Police issue more images of suspects after night of violence in London

The Foreign Office admitted it had not made assessments on Saudi Arabia's intervention in Yemen

Foreign Office admits errors over Saudi Arabia Yemen intervention reports

A destroyed tank after fighting between forces of Salva Kiir and Riek Machar in Jabel area of Juba (AP)

Two British police officers banned from UN South Sudan peacekeeping mission

Mobile banking apps are being used around 7,610 times a minute, the report found

New figures reveal 'staggering increase' in use of mobile banking apps

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Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson voiced his support for Nato's principle of mutual defence

Johnson backs Nato's mutual defence doctrine after Trump claims

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Police outside RAF Marham in Norfolk, after a serviceman was threatened with a knife near to the base

Police appeal over 'Middle Eastern' men after RAF base abduction bid

AN artist's impression issued by EDF of plans for the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station.

EDF to decide next week on new Hinkley Point nuclear power station

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The committee said it seemed "incredible" Mike Ashley was unaware of conditions

Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley 'accountable' for 'appalling' work conditions

The UK's first double hand transplant patient Chris King, from Doncaster, with his new hands

UK's first double hand transplant patient looks forward to clutching a beer

The Joint Committee on Human Rights urged the Government to reconsider the counter-extremism strategy currently under development

New counter-extremism strategy 'could make fight even harder', MPs warn

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