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Owen Paterson will warn that Britain must confront problems with the NHS

Action to improve NHS urged as Tory MP seeks to 'debunk myth' it is world's best

Dr Andrew Green said addiction to prescription drugs is a 'widespread problem'

Prescription drug addicts should have 24-hour helpline, doctors urge

Angela Eagle triggered the Labour leadership battle but later withdrew

Angela Eagle: Not enough policy in personality-led Labour leadership fight

A shelter in the Jungle migrant camp in Calais, France

Charity boss: Parallel between Calais Jungle refugees and Nazi treatment of Jews

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said the UK will not run into the same difficulties faced by Canada

Britain will agree tariff-free trade deal with EU, insists Chris Grayling

Suzanne Evans is to run for Ukip leadership

Suzanne Evans and Paul Nuttall bid for Ukip leadership

Nigel Farage said revelations about Donald Trump have seriously damaged his prospects of getting into the White House

'Tough' for Donald Trump to win after comments on women, says Nigel Farage

Iraqi troops guards a checkpoint near the village of Awsaja, Iraq (AP)

'Real risk' Islamic State will target UK as Iraq fights for control of Mosul

Jimmy Perry created a host of popular TV shows, including Dad's Army and Hi-de-Hi!

Dad's Army creator Jimmy Perry 'dies aged 93'

Little Mix attend the BBC Radio 1 Teen Awards

Little Mix a little confused over racy outfits backlash

Sir Tom Jones was left devastated by the death of his wife earlier this year

Sir Tom Jones tells of waking up to heartache after dreaming about late wife

Yasmin and Simon le Bon

Yasmin Le Bon was in 'a dark place' while juggling career and motherhood

The Government is set to make a decision on whether to expand Heathrow

Airport expansion decision will be controversial 'whatever the verdict'

The ICO has fined firms responsible for more than 70 million nuisance calls and nearly eight million spam text messages so far in 2016

Company bosses could face £500,000 fines in nuisance calls crackdown

Police have been given another six days to question a 19-year-old man arrested under the Terrorism Act following the discovery of a suspect package on a tube in north Greenwich on Thursday.

Police get six more days to question Tube package arrest man

A road sign for Tayto Park in Co Meath

Nine in hospital after stairs collapse at theme park 'House of Horrors'

The first group of vulnerable unaccompanied children without links to Britain arrived in the country on Saturday.

Home Office 'rejected expert help' to check refugees' ages

Some of the 34 critically-endangered slow loris animals seized in West Java (International Animal Rescue/PA)

Group of 'stressed' slow lorises in Indonesia saved from sale via Facebook

Armed police at Wood End Lane in Northolt

Police spend second night in Northolt stand-off

Antonio Carluccio has helped devise new dishes for the restaurant group's revamped menu

Carluccio's to serve up 500 jobs a year in multimillion-pound expansion

Alistair Darling does not believe Nicola Sturgeon will hold a second independence referendum in the near future

Second independence referendum unlikely 'any time soon', says Alistair Darling

Detail has emerged in the latest in a number of rulings on the case by Mr Justice Baker following private family court hearings in London

Abuse case father complained of social work 'prejudice'

A small key used by Sidney Sedunary, 23, for a locker on the Titanic sold for £85,000 in a sale of items linked to the ship.

Titanic locker key goes for £85,000 at auction

Sir Michael Fallon has announced that UK troops are to support Nato's efforts in Kosovo next year

UK troops to join Nato Kosovo Force in 2017

The Government hope a new scheme will encourage more firms to switch to electric vans and trucks

Clark unveils £4m plan to boost number of electric trucks in UK

A minute's silence is observed in memory of Anthony Foley at Thomond Park

Minute's silence held at match for Munster coach Anthony Foley

Armed police at Wood End Lane in Northolt, London

Police in stand-off with man after 'dangerous items' report

Nigel Farage's former aide Raheem Kassam (left) has been backed to be the new Ukip leader

Ukip donor backs Nigel Farage's former aide as party leader

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has urged a halt to the bloodshed in Syria

Chemical attacks show 'cruel barbarity' of Assad's rule in Syria, says Johnson

EU president Martin Schulz is attempting to rescue the trade deal

EU steps up efforts to save Canada trade deal

More than 150 complaints against police officers are being investigated

Police forces probe scores of sex complaints against officers

Benedict Cumberbatch and his wife Sophie Hunter

Cumberbatch hails 'true superheroes' at charity awards

Andrew Broadhead who died in a house fire trying to save his daughter

Wife hails blaze tragedy husband 'a hero'

Honey G is one of the 10 acts taking part in diva week on the X Factor (ITV/Syco/ThamesTV)

Honey G to channel her inner diva into Queen and Vanilla Ice medley

People queue outside London City Airport, which reopened after dozens of passengers were treated for breathing difficulties

'CS gas spray' found at London City Airport

Actress Carey Mulligan leaves a teddy bear outside the gates of Downing Street

UK must lead the way over Syria war children, says Carey Mulligan

Police on Holloway Road, London, where a 19-year-old man was arrested under the Terrorism Act after a suspicious device was found on a Tube train.

Police get six more days to question Tube package arrest man

Bulldozers are set to move in on the camp in Calais, France

Home Office 'rejected expert help' to check refugees' ages

An artist's impression of the Schiaparelli module with thrusters firing.

Mars lander exploded after crashing into planet, images suggest

The ruling followed a hearing in the Family Division of the High Court in London.

Boy, seven, 'living life entirely as a girl' removed from mother's care

Foster Christian claimed the deadly attacks were self-defence

Shower row murderer pretended to be assault victim

According to the review, Subway has failed to commit to or meet three out of the four targets for promoting healthy food

Subway and Burger King bottom of hospital food healthy eating table

Post Office Travel Money said it has seen 46% growth in currencies sold online during this month so far, compared with the same period in October 2015

Falling pound fails to dent appetite for foreign travel, sales figures suggest

Conservative MP Nigel Adams speaking in the House of Commons

Tory MP Nigel Adams: I deeply regret voting against gay marriage

Tracy Brabin, newly elected MP for Batley and Spen, and Tom Watson, deputy leader of the Labour Party, with supporters in Heckmondwike, West Yorkshire

Jo Cox's husband welcomes lost deposits of far-right candidates

An inmate died after an attack at Pentonville Prison

Man charged with murder of Pentonville jail inmate

Fake Sheikh Mazher Mahmood (left) arrives at the Old Bailey

Fake Sheikh Mazher Mahmood jailed for tampering with evidence in Tulisa case

The Prince of Wales plants a tree at the Aberfan Memorial Garden in Aberfan, Wales on the 50th anniversary of the tragedy

Queen hails 'indomitable spirit' of people of Aberfan 50 years after disaster

An artist's impression of the Schiaparelli module with thrusters firing

Mars lander exploded after crashing into planet, images suggest

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