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Archbishop of Canterbury voices concern for country's direction in Christmas message
The head of the Church of England has spoken out about his concern for the country's direction, saying that tolerance for minority groups has decreased and homelessness has increased.
Anglian Water: Anger as thousands left without running water for a second night
Thousands of people have been queuing for bottled water after losing their mains supply for a second night.
Tamara Ecclestone: '£50m worth' of jewellery stolen from F1 heiress' London home
Thieves have reportedly stolen £50m worth of jewellery from the London home of Tamara Ecclestone, just hours after she left the UK for her Christmas holidays.
'One of Louis' first words was Mary,' Duchess of Cambridge reveals
The Duchess of Cambridge has revealed that some of her youngest son's first words were inspired by TV chef Mary Berry - saying it is because he was exposed to her cookbooks.
MPs return to Westminster for a week of re-shuffles, meetings and votes
MPs from all over the country will head back to Westminster on Monday morning, as Boris Johnson starts to put his new Conservative majority to work.
Flu warning: Families urged to vaccinate children or 'face a Christmas to forget'
Health chiefs have urged parents to vaccinate their children against flu which has hit the UK earlier than usual this year.
Stormont talks: Election results raise hope for devolved government in Northern Ireland
Election results in Northern Ireland have raised hopes that devolved government could be restored at Stormont before the January deadline.
Hull: 'Armed man' in critical condition after being shot by police
A man is in a critical condition after being shot by police in Hull.
Chinese TV pulls coverage of Arsenal match after Mesut Ozil remarks
China's state broadcaster did not show Sunday's match between Arsenal and Manchester City after comments made by the London side's midfielder Mesut Ozil.
Glasgow bin lorry driver Harry Clarke 'sorry' for his part in crash that left six dead
A Glasgow bin lorry driver whose vehicle killed six people when it careered out of control has apologised for his part in the tragedy.