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Man charged after hammer attack on mother and daughter
A man has been charged with two counts of attempted murder following a hammer attack on a mother and daughter which has left them in a critical condition.
Three taken to hospital after shooting outside Kingsbury Tube station in London
Police have been called to the scene of a shooting in northwest London.
House of Fraser's flagship Oxford Street store saved from closure
House of Fraser's flagship store in London's Oxford Street has been spared closure, new owner Sports Direct has said.
Bank Holiday traffic: 'Huge potential' for motorway gridlock as millions hit the roads
Drivers have been warned that motorways across the UK are likely to experience Bank Holiday gridlock as millions of cars hit the road for the long weekend.
Novichok poisoning victim Charlie Rowley back in intensive care
Novichok poisoning victim Charlie Rowley is back in the hospital intensive care unit he was discharged from a month ago.
Briton who fell off cruise ship in Croatia 'sang' to survive 10-hour ordeal
A British woman who fell from a cruise ship sang to stay alive while she spent 10 hours in the Adriatic Sea, her rescuers said.
Families 'living in fear of bailiffs' as household debt level hits £19bn
Households have fallen behind on essential bills like council tax and electricity by as much as £18bn, according to Citizens Advice, which says "families are living in fear" of bailiffs turning up.
NHS trusts warn 'no deal' Brexit could lead to hospital drug shortages
Hospitals face the threat of drug shortages in the event of a "no deal" Brexit, NHS trusts have warned privately.
Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt to call for more sanctions on Russia
Jeremy Hunt will use his first speech as foreign secretary to call for further sanctions on Russia in response to the Salisbury novichok poisonings.
British cities face a bed bug epidemic, experts say
Cities in the UK are facing a bed bug epidemic, experts have warned.