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Stormzy tweets 'job done' after Grenfell Tower fire petition reaches 100,000 signatures
Stormzy has tweeted "job done" after a petition calling on Theresa May to take action to build public trust in the Grenfell Tower Inquiry reached the milestone of 100,000 signatures.
Beauty Banks: The toiletry equivalent to food banks takes off
Two women have started a non-profit making group to provide toiletries for women who are unable to afford their own.
Briton Billy Morgan wins bronze in big air snowboarding
British snowboarder Billy Morgan has won a bronze medal in the big air event at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
Check your numbers: UK EuroMillions player wins nearly £78m
A UK ticket holder has won £77,798,898.10 following Friday's EuroMillions draw, sharing the jackpot with a winner from Spain, the National Lottery says.
Moments before fatal Coventry hit-and-run caught on CCTV
A car that crashed into and killed two young brothers in Coventry has been caught on camera moments before the collision.
James Brokenshire calls for end to lung cancer stigma as he confirms he has been treated for disease
James Brokenshire, the former Northern Ireland secretary who left the Cabinet after being diagnosed with lung cancer, has called for an end to the stigma surrounding the disease.
EU boss Donald Tusk claims UK's Brexit plans 'based on pure illusion'
The president of the European Council has delivered a scathing assessment of the UK's Brexit position less than 24 hours after Theresa May appeared to have secured an agreement among her divided Cabinet.
3,200 jobs at risk as Toys R Us UK lines up administrator
The directors of Toys R Us's British chain are preparing to appoint administrators early next week in a move that will threaten more than 3,000 jobs on an already-troubled high street.
Man charged with manslaughter of Holby star John Michie's daughter
A 28-year-old man has been charged with the manslaughter of Holby City star John Michie's daughter at a festival.
Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell fined £87k in pension case
Former BHS owner Dominic Chappell has been ordered to pay £87,170 for failing to provide pensions information to an investigation into the collapse of the retailer.
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