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Coronavirus: Recent travellers from Wuhan to UK told to self-isolate
Anyone in the UK who has recently arrived from Wuhan - where the deadly coronavirus broke out - is now being urged to "self-isolate".
Young man stabbed to death outside busy train station during rush hour
A murder investigation has been launched after a young man was stabbed to death during rush hour at East Croydon railway station.
Kent retirement fund faces £60m losses after Woodford fund collapse
Local authority pension scheme members are braced for losses of more than £60m following the collapse of an investment vehicle run by the UK's best-known fund manager.
'Fry and Turnbull effect': Prostate cancer is now most common cancer diagnosis
Prostate cancer has become the most commonly diagnosed cancer in England, new data shows.
BAFTA 'at risk of losing credibility' because of a lack of diversity, Time's Up CEO warns
BAFTA is in danger of losing credibility with talent if it doesn't change and reflect the diversity of the industry, the CEO of Time's Up UK has told Sky News.
Meghan's father Thomas Markle vows to see Duchess of Sussex in court
Thomas Markle has vowed to see his daughter Meghan in court in her legal case against the Mail on Sunday - as he claimed she and Prince Harry had "hurt" the Queen by their decision to step back from royal duties.
Man 'tried to steal Magna Carta because he thought it wasn't real'
A man attempted to steal the Magna Carta from Salisbury Cathedral because he had doubts about its authenticity, a court has heard.
Anne Sacoolas: US refusal to extradite Harry Dunn suspect is a 'denial of justice', PM says
America's refusal to extradite the suspect in Harry Dunn's death amounts to a "denial of justice", Boris Johnson has said.
Parkinson's disease may begin before birth, research suggests
People who develop Parkinson's disease before the age of 50 may have been born with disordered brain cells, according to new research.
Regulator red-faced as it is fined for failings in its own pension scheme
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has been fined £2,000 for failures in the running of its own pension scheme.