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Four including suspect injured in rush hour terror attack on New York subway

A man with a pipe bomb strapped to his body with Velcro and cable ties set off the crude device in the subway near Times Square on Monday, injuring himself and three other people at the height of the morning rush hour.

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orensic officers at the scene of a house fire on Jackson Street (Peter Byrne/PA)

Police urge murder suspect to give himself up after children die in house fire

Detectives have urged a murder suspect to hand himself in following the deaths of three children from a house fire.

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Sir Richard Branson (PA)

Sir Richard Branson reignites feud with BA boss over £1 million bet

Sir Richard Branson has fanned the flames of a long-running feud with the boss of British Airways, calling on Willie Walsh to settle a “very public and painful” £1 million bet.

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Police have been combing a landfill site in Milton, Cambridgeshire ( Joe Giddens/PA)

No trace of missing RAF gunner Corrie McKeague as landfill search ends

The landfill search for missing RAF gunner Corrie McKeague has concluded without finding any trace of him.

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David Davis claimed his words had been "completely twisted" (PA)

UK commitment to soft Irish border more than legally enforceable, says Davis

Britain’s commitment to maintaining a soft Irish border after Brexit is “much more than legally enforceable”, David Davis has said.

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Isaiah Haastrup court case

Judge set to whether baby’s life-support treatment should end

A High Court judge is next month due to decide whether doctors should stop providing life-support treatment to a baby boy being cared for at a London hospital.

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Time running out for Troubles laws – victims

The window of opportunity is closing to pass new laws addressing the legacy of the Northern Ireland conflict within a year, victims said.

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Heathrow said planes had to be de-iced, causing delays (PA)

Heathrow Airport cancels dozens of flights over disruption after weekend’s snow

Dozens of flights have been cancelled at the UK’s busiest airport as the fallout from the weekend’s heavy snow continues to cause disruption for passengers.

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Business leaders have urged both sides in UK-EU negotiations to make progress on a trade deal (Daniel Leal-Olivas/PA)

North European business groups urge sides in Brexit talks to quick trade deal

Business groups from across northern Europe have urged both sides in the Brexit talks to agree a trade deal as soon as possible – with the UK staying in the single market and customs union during a transition period.

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Snow covered fields near Parslows Hillcock, Buckinghamshire (Steve Parsons/PA)

In pics: Black ice and white snow covers parts of the UK

Motorists have been warned to take care after the UK was covered with a blanket of snow, which is turning into dangerous ice.

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Keith Chegwin (Yui Mok/PA)

Keith Chegwin dies aged 60 after battling lung condition

TV presenter Keith Chegwin has died at the age of 60 following a long illness, his family has said.

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Operators Ineos said a small hairline crack was discovered last week (PA)

Major North Sea oil and gas pipeline to be shut down for repairs

The Forties Pipeline, which carries 40% of North Sea oil and gas, is to be shut down to repair a crack in the pipe.

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Keith Chegwin has died after battling a progressive lung condition (Ian West/PA)

Swap Shop stars mourn Keith Chegwin after his death at 60

Keith Chegwin’s Multi-Coloured Swap Shop co-stars have paid tribute to him after his death at the age of 60.

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Seal spotted in Lymington

Seal surprise for Saturday shoppers

A visiting seal provided an unexpected treat for Christmas shoppers in a coastal town.

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The judge-led probe into the disaster which killed 71 is holding two days of procedural hearings (Victoria Jones/PA)

Grenfell inquiry told hearing all survivors and bereaved could help save lives

Hearing the voices of all Grenfell Tower survivors and bereaved families could help save lives in the future, an inquiry has heard.

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The Square Mile faces an exodus of banking jobs in the wake of Brexit (PA)

City to see 10,500 jobs shift to EU because of Brexit

Firms in the Square Mile are planning to shift 10,500 jobs out of Britain by the first day of Brexit as the economic reality of the vote begins to bite.

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Lord Kerslake, who has resigned as boss of King's College Hospital (PA)

Lord Kerslake urges fundamental review after quitting as chairman of NHS trust

An NHS Trust whose chairman resigned in protest at Government funding has been put into special measures.

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London council threatens restaurant crackdown on food delivery app drivers

A London council is threatening to crack down on restaurants using delivery apps like UberEATS and Deliveroo in order to prevent the city from being “swarmed” with moped drivers.

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A gritter lorry helped a widow get to her husband's funeral in Oxfordshire (PA)

Snowplough on gritter lorry helps widow get to husband’s funeral

A gritter lorry fitted with a snowplough was called into action to help a widow get to her husband’s funeral.

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Reuben Gregory was jailed for 10 months at Reading Crown Court.(Martin Halfpenny/PA Images)

Man who shot burglar in self-defence jailed

A 72-year-old man who shot dead a burglar in self-defence has been jailed for 10 months.

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