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A57 is STILL shut as Storm Doris brings 40 trees crashing onto road - Lincolnshire Echo;

A57 is STILL shut as Storm Doris brings 40 trees crashing onto road - Lincolnshire Echo

Lincolnshire EchoA57 is STILL shut as Storm Doris brings 40 trees crashing onto roadLincolnshire EchoThe main Nottinghamshire to Lincolnshire route at East Markham remains shut today (Friday, February 24) after the fallen trees presented a major risk to drivers. Workers are clearing the scene in the aftermath of the ferocious storm, which wreaked ...Trees felled by Storm Doris still causing disruption for Norfolk motoristsNorfolk Eastern Daily PressBig clear up begins after Storm Doris leaves a trail of destruction in Burton and South DerbyshireBurton MailStorm Doris: Highways firm received one call EVERY MINUTE about fallen trees and debrisBirmingham MailHerts and Essex Observer -Liverpool Echo -Nottingham Post -ITV Newsall 55 news articles »

Woman may have been blown into path of road sweeper by Storm Doris - ITV News;

Woman may have been blown into path of road sweeper by Storm Doris - ITV News

ITV NewsWoman may have been blown into path of road sweeper by Storm DorisITV NewsA young woman has died after an accident in Swindon. She may have been blown into path of a road sweeper by high winds. The 32-year-old was pronounced dead at the scene after the collision. It happened shortly before 4.30pm on Thursday next to the ...Mother, 32, dies in Swindon after being hit by roadsweeper at crossroads on her way to pick her child up from minderThe SunPolice plea after woman, 32, dies in Beechcroft Road tragedySwindon AdvertiserWoman hit by road-sweeping vehicle in Swindon diesBBC NewsThis Is Wiltshire -Swindon 24all 8 news articles »

Road rage killer Kenneth Noye wins request for open prison move - Express.co.uk;

Road rage killer Kenneth Noye wins request for open prison move - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukRoad rage killer Kenneth Noye wins request for open prison moveExpress.co.ukRoad-rage killer Kenneth Noye has won a High Court challenge against a decision refusing him a move to open prison conditions. PUBLISHED: 00:00, Fri, Feb 24, 2017 | UPDATED: 11:48, Fri, Feb 24, 2017. Kenneth Noye - High Court London PA/GETTY.M25 killer Kenneth Noye wins open prison appealBBC NewsM25 killer Kenneth Noye wins court challenge over open prison refusalBelfast TelegraphKenneth Noye: Road rage killer wins open prison appealITV NewsKent Online -The Sunall 11 news articles »

Corbyn vows to remain Labour leader – but says Brexit has changed UK - The Guardian;

Corbyn vows to remain Labour leader – but says Brexit has changed UK - The Guardian

The GuardianCorbyn vows to remain Labour leader – but says Brexit has changed UKThe GuardianJeremy Corbyn has said Labour will 'go further to reconnect with our supporters' after the result in Copeland. Photograph: Eddie Keogh/Reuters. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn · Share ...I´m proud to lead Labour, says Corbyn after `disappointing´ Copeland poll defeatDaily MailJeremy Corbyn is not the cause of Labour's woes, says Norwich MPNorfolk Eastern Daily PressJeremy Corbyn speech recap: Labour leader talks Brexit and by-election resultsMirror.co.ukEvening Standard -New Statesman -LBC (blog) -BT.comall 184 news articles »

Elections watchdog launches probes into missing receipts for spending by BOTH of the official EU referendum campaigns - Daily Mail;

Elections watchdog launches probes into missing receipts for spending by BOTH of the official EU referendum campaigns - Daily Mail

Daily MailElections watchdog launches probes into missing receipts for spending by BOTH of the official EU referendum campaignsDaily MailThe elections watchdog has launched probes into both of the main referendum campaigns for failing to submit all paperwork on their spending. The Electoral Commissioned announced it was examining several possible breaches of the rules in the EU ...Remain campaign outspent Leave by £5m in EU referendumBelfast TelegraphBrexit referendum spending probed by Electoral CommissionFinancial TimesEU vote campaign spending probedBBC NewsThe Independent -City A.M. -International Business Times UK -Bloombergall 18 news articles »

£14000 tuition fees planned for shorter degree courses - BBC News;

£14000 tuition fees planned for shorter degree courses - BBC News

BBC News£14000 tuition fees planned for shorter degree coursesBBC NewsUniversities in England will be able to charge higher annual fees for shorter degree courses, under plans from the government. Students will be able to get a degree in two years rather than three - and save a year's living costs. But universities will ...Concerns over plan for fast-track university courses at higher feesBT.comUniversities to offer two-year degrees that could save students money under new Government plansThe IndependentUK universities to offer two-year degrees with higher annual feesFinancial TimesHuffington Post UK -Telegraph.co.uk -The Week UK -Cosmopolitan UKall 15 news articles »

Scottish Labour leader Dugdale 'has faith in Corbyn' - BBC News;

Scottish Labour leader Dugdale 'has faith in Corbyn' - BBC News

BBC NewsScottish Labour leader Dugdale 'has faith in Corbyn'BBC NewsScottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale said she had faith in Jeremy Corbyn despite the party losing the Copeland by-election to the Conservatives. The MSP was speaking ahead of her party's conference in Perth. It opened just hours after Labour lost the ...SNP has no mandate for second independence referendum, says Labour MP Ian MurrayHerald ScotlandSNP has 'no mandate' for second independence referendumSTV NewsScottish SNP government 'seriously considering second independence referendum next year'The IndependentThe Courier -Holyrood.com -Aberdeen Evening Express -LabourListall 42 news articles »

Two arrested in hunt for escaped murderer Shaun Walmsley - Express.co.uk;

Two arrested in hunt for escaped murderer Shaun Walmsley - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukTwo arrested in hunt for escaped murderer Shaun WalmsleyExpress.co.ukTWO people have been arrested in connection with the escape of convicted murderer Shaun Walmsley. PUBLISHED: 00:00, Fri, Feb 24, 2017 | UPDATED: 09:03, Fri, Feb 24, 2017. Shaun Walmsley - Hospital PA. Shaun Walmsley escaped after attending an ...Two held over murderer Shaun Walmsley's escapeSky NewsShaun Walmsley Hunt: Two Arrested In Norris Green Following Prisoner's EscapeHuffington Post UKMurderer Shaun Walmsley's escape: Two arrestedBBC NewsBT.com -The Guardian -STV News -Daily Starall 29 news articles »

Red squirrels: 5000 volunteers sought to save species – and help kill invasive greys - The Guardian;

Red squirrels: 5000 volunteers sought to save species – and help kill invasive greys - The Guardian

The GuardianRed squirrels: 5000 volunteers sought to save species – and help kill invasive greysThe GuardianA red squirrel peeks around a tree in the Cairngorms national park, Scotland. Photograph: Drew Buckley/REX Shutterstock. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn · Share on Pinterest · Share ...This adorable baby squirrel was rescued from deathLiverpool EchoRed squirrel could be extinct in 35 years, say expertsSTV NewsRed squirrel 'army' wins lottery funding for conservation battleBBC NewsAberdeen Evening Express -The Sun -The Scotsman -The Australianall 15 news articles »

Voting to begin in Stoke and Copeland by-elections - BBC News;

Voting to begin in Stoke and Copeland by-elections - BBC News

BBC NewsVoting to begin in Stoke and Copeland by-electionsBBC NewsVoters are due to go to the polls in by-elections in Stoke-on-Trent Central and Copeland. Polling stations will be open from 07:00 until 22:00 GMT. Voting will take place as Storm Doris, forecast to bring heavy rain and winds of 80mph, is expected to ...Theresa May flooding Copeland and Stoke Central with Tory MPs and activists as she bids for shock victoriesThe SunWhen is the Copeland by-election and who are the candidates? Odds, timetable and everything you need to knowMirror.co.ukElection in Britain's 'Brexit Capital' Poses Test for Labour PartyNew York TimesThe Guardian -WalesOnline -Spiked -International Business Times UKall 213 news articles »

Third of manufacturing firms want to move some operations out of UK after Brexit, report warns - The Independent;

Third of manufacturing firms want to move some operations out of UK after Brexit, report warns - The Independent

The IndependentThird of manufacturing firms want to move some operations out of UK after Brexit, report warnsThe IndependentDeep uncertainty caused by Theresa May's drive to Brexit has left one in three manufacturing firms planning to shift some operations out of the UK, a damning report reveals today. The study from consultancy firm KPMG found that China and India - two ...Thousands of doctors trained in Europe 'may quit UK after Brexit'The GuardianNHS 'faces disaster' as four in ten European doctors think of leavingBelfast TelegraphEUROPE'S BATTLE FOR POWER: Juncker quit threat may have been bid to scupper rival's hopesExpress.co.ukTelegraph.co.uk -GP online -Herald Scotland -Sky Newsall 144 news articles »

Tom Watson given £500k in donations by Max Mosley in past year - The Guardian;

Tom Watson given £500k in donations by Max Mosley in past year - The Guardian

The GuardianTom Watson given £500k in donations by Max Mosley in past yearThe GuardianTom Watson and Max Mosley's interests overlap on the subject of press regulation. Photograph: Gareth Fuller/PA. Labour. Tom Watson given £500k in donations by Max Mosley in past year. Register of MPs' interests shows that former Formula One boss gave ...Labour's Deputy Leader Tom Watson received massive cash donations from Max MosleyMirror.co.ukAnti-press zealot Max Mosley gave Labour MP Tom Watson £300k as he tried to gag Britain's free pressThe SunDon't make newspapers join approved regulator, say MPsThe Times (subscription)Daily Mailall 6 news articles »

Brexit: House of Lords must not 'mess around' with bill - BBC News;

Brexit: House of Lords must not 'mess around' with bill - BBC News

BBC NewsBrexit: House of Lords must not 'mess around' with billBBC NewsA senior Tory MP has said he would begin to question the existence of the House of Lords if peers start "messing around" with the Brexit bill. Peers are discussing legislation which will give the prime minister the power to invoke Article 50 and begin ...Article 50 delay would cause 'huge damage' to Lords, warns peerHerald ScotlandFive moments from the Lords debateFinancial TimesGlug, glug, glug. Another hard-working lunch for our doddery £300 a day lordships, writes QUENTIN LETTSDaily MailExpress.co.uk -YOURTHUROCK -Grimsby Telegraph -Torquay Herald Expressall 46 news articles »

'Crash for cash' jury dismissed after allegedly being offered bribes - Metro;

'Crash for cash' jury dismissed after allegedly being offered bribes - Metro

Metro'Crash for cash' jury dismissed after allegedly being offered bribesMetroMr Justice Goss decided to try the case alone following claims several jurors at Leeds Crown Court were offered £500 in cash. Callum Fennell leaves the Plymouth Crown Court in Devon. Callum stands trail charged on account Royal Navy sailor found not ...Leeds 'cash for crash' jury discharged over £500 bribe claimsYorkshire PostJudge dismisses jury after bribery claimThe Times (subscription)Judge in 'crash for cash case' dismisses jury and takes case on himself after jurors were offered bribes outside the ...Telegraph.co.ukDaily Mailall 6 news articles »

Brexit negotiations might take 10 years – if we're lucky - The Guardian;

Brexit negotiations might take 10 years – if we're lucky - The Guardian

The GuardianBrexit negotiations might take 10 years – if we're luckyThe GuardianSir Ivan Rogers tells MPs that all they really need to know is it is all hideously complicated and is going to end badly. Photograph: HO/AFP/Getty Images. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on ...Britain faces 'legal void' if it fails to strike EU trade deal, warns ex-ambassador Sir Ivan RogersTelegraph.co.ukEU diplomat warns against 'insane' cliff-edge BrexitYorkshire PostFormer EU ambassador says Theresa May's Brexit Plan B is "insane" - but might happen anywayMirror.co.ukBT.com -DIGITALLOOK -BuzzFeed News -Express.co.ukall 13 news articles »

Cressida Dick is appointed first female Met Police commissioner - Daily Mail;

Cressida Dick is appointed first female Met Police commissioner - Daily Mail

Daily MailCressida Dick is appointed first female Met Police commissionerDaily MailCressida Dick has been appointed as the new head of Scotland Yard, becoming the first woman to hold the most senior post in British policing. The 56-year-old will succeed Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe as Metropolitan Police commissioner. Commissioner "My ...New head of Met Police says her appointment is 'beyond my wildest dreams'expressandstar.comCressida Dick named new Metropolitan Police Commissioner – first woman ever to head Scotland YardThe IndependentCressida Dick: 'Beyond my wildest dreams' to be Met's first female CommissionerMix 96Braintree and Witham Times -The Guardian -Evening Standard -Channel NewsAsiaall 75 news articles »

Helen Bailey murder: Police to probe sudden death of killer's first wife - Belfast Telegraph;

Helen Bailey murder: Police to probe sudden death of killer's first wife - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphHelen Bailey murder: Police to probe sudden death of killer's first wifeBelfast TelegraphDetectives are to investigate the sudden death of Ian Stewart's first wife after he was convicted of murdering his fiancee, children's author Helen Bailey. The 56-year-old, who will likely "end his days behind bars", smothered the sedated Electra Brown ...Ian Stewart: The serial liar who created a web of deceit to cover up his lover's murderITV NewsMurderer Ian Stewart will likely spend the rest of his life behind bars, court toldCambridge NewsHelen Bailey murder: Police to probe death of killer Ian Stewart's first wifeSky NewsDaily Mail -Express.co.uk -Mirror.co.uk -Daily Starall 107 news articles »

Supreme court spouse rule: 'In one word, we are devastated' - The Guardian;

Supreme court spouse rule: 'In one word, we are devastated' - The Guardian

The GuardianSupreme court spouse rule: 'In one word, we are devastated'The GuardianMonica Leal married her British husband Martin Turner in 2006 but decided to return to England after 10 years in Brazil to be closer to friends and family. Without a permanent job on arrival, the couple have not been allowed to settle here together ...Immigration minimum income requirement upheld by Supreme CourtBelfast TelegraphMigrant couples told human rights HAVEN'T been breached in Supreme Court ruling on incomeExpress.co.ukJudges uphold £18600 spousal visa constraintThe NationalThe Independent -shropshirestar.com -U.S. News & World Report -Spectator.co.uk (blog)all 58 news articles »

Storm Doris to smash Britain with snow and 80mph gale force winds as Met Office warns people 'be prepared' - The Sun;

Storm Doris to smash Britain with snow and 80mph gale force winds as Met Office warns people 'be prepared' - The Sun

The SunStorm Doris to smash Britain with snow and 80mph gale force winds as Met Office warns people 'be prepared'The SunSTORM Doris is braced to smash into Britain with ferocious 80mph gales and snow, the Met Office has warned. Wintry showers with powerful gusts could hit the island this week, leading the national forecaster to warn people: “Be prepared.” MET Office. 12.Storm Doris to hit Britain this week with strong winds and heavy snowMetroStorm Doris set to bring 80mph winds to Wales as Met Office warns of 'likely widespread disruption'WalesOnlineMet Office issues amber warning for the Anglia region as Storm Doris sweeps inITV NewsExpress.co.uk -Southport Visiter -Bedfordshire News -Warrington Guardianall 18 news articles »

Lords continue Brexit bill debate - BBC News;

Lords continue Brexit bill debate - BBC News

BBC NewsLords continue Brexit bill debateBBC NewsWe'll be heading to the House of Lords, shortly, as peers begin another long day of deliberation on the European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill. They were talking until gone midnight last night, and today there are nearly 100 peers down to speak.House of Lords shame as peers STILL clocking-in amid fresh calls to axe the upper houseMirror.co.ukThe House Of Lords Needs Changing... But Not For The Reason You ThinkLBC (blog)House of Lords members claim £300 a day 'for doing nothing', says former speakerThe IndependentThe Guardian -Birmingham Post -Express.co.uk -Belfast Telegraphall 236 news articles »