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Explosion in Leicester sees police declare major incident - The Guardian

Fire blazes from the scene on Hinckley Road after an explosion in Leicester. Photograph: Jason Senior/SWNS.com. A “major incident” has been declared by police after reports of an explosion in Leicester. At about 7.03pm, Leicestershire fire and rescue ...

Prepare for seriously cold weather this week, Britons told - The Guardian

A family walks through snowdrops in Driffield, East Yorkshire, on Sunday. Some areas of the UK are set to feel colder than places in the Arctic circle this week. Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA. Parts of the UK are set to feel colder than areas in the ...

A customs union would avoid the worst of all post-Brexit worlds - Financial Times

Last week I compared a proposal for reform of the eurozone to the toxic instruments that brought us the global financial crisis. The British government's ideas about the future trading relationship with the EU also feel surprisingly similar to the ...

Man City boss Pep Guardiola would have been ideal replacement for Arsene Wenger at Arsenal - Daily Star

MANCHESTER CITY fan Noel Gallagher once urged people not to look back in anger - but Arsenal's followers have been left with no choice. 0. By Jeremy Cross, Chief Sports Writer / Published 25th February 2018. Play Video. Play. Mute. 0:00. /. 0:00 ...

Retro phones and cutting edge cameras on show as Mobile World Congress opens - Daily Mail

Cutting edge technology mixed with retro gadgets as the first phones of Mobile World Congress (MWC) were announced in Barcelona. Korean phone giant Samsung unveiled their new Galaxy S9 and S9+ devices, direct rivals to the iPhone X that come with high ...

British skier falls to his death in French Alps - The Guardian

A view of the French Alps. The Foreign Office has confirmed a British national died while skiing there. Photograph: Gary Calton for the Observer. A British skier has died in the French Alps, authorities have confirmed. A spokesman at the mountain ...

Can South Korea's Leader Turn an Olympic Truce Into a Lasting Peace? - New York Times

SEOUL, South Korea — South Korea's president, Moon Jae-in, has worked hard to be a matchmaker in this month's Winter Olympics, getting North and South Korea to march together in the opening ceremony and tirelessly urging visiting dignitaries from the ...

'See the facts': top Democrat defends Russia memo as Trump fumes - The Guardian

On Sunday, Trump called the Democrats' memo a 'total BUST'. Photograph: Jim Lo Scalzo/EPA. The author of a newly released Democratic memo on investigations into Russian meddling in the 2016 US election defended his work on Sunday, after being attacked ...

Donald Trump author Michael Wolff calls Tony Blair a 'complete liar' - Mirror.co.uk

An author has branded Tony Blair a "complete liar" after the former Prime Minister denied a passage in his explosive book about Donald Trump. Michael Wolff stood by his claim that he saw the ex-Prime Minister "sucking up" to, and angling for a Middle ...

Alex Beresford the latest celeb knocked out of Dancing on Ice - Mirror.co.uk

ITV weatherman Alex Beresford has been the latest to be eliminated in Dancing On Ice. He fought hard against Love Island's Kem Cetinay, who scored the second highest in the show tonight with 33.5 out of 40. But his final performance didn't impress the ...