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British warships being raided for scrap metal - report
British ships sunk during the Second World War have been plundered for scrap metal, according to a report.
Experts warn of UK water supply crisis due to hot summers
There are fears that the UK may not be able to manage an "ever decreasing" water supply.
Sir Peter Tapsell, former 'Father of the Commons', dies
Sir Peter Tapsell, one of few MPs in parliamentary history to have spent more than 50 years in the Commons, has died aged 88.
'Dumb phone' sales on the rise as smartphone users hope to switch off
Walk down any high street and you'll most likely see people glued to their smartphones.
Salih Khater, 29, charged over crash outside Parliament
A 29-year-old man has been charged with attempted murder after allegedly driving a car through crowds outside Parliament.
Storm Ernesto set to bring wildfire smoke to Britain
Britain is set to be battered by strong winds and rain from a tropical storm that could carry smoke from the Canadian and California wildfires.
Superdry co-founder gives £1m to referendum campaign
The co-founder of clothing label Superdry has made a record donation to the campaign for a referendum on the final Brexit deal.
British paraglider Innes Powell, 54, killed in mid-air collision
A British paraglider has died after colliding with another pilot mid-air during a competition in Macedonia.
HMS Queen Elizabeth warship sets off on maiden voyage to the US
Britain's largest warship, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has left Portsmouth to embark on its maiden voyage.
Sharp rise in Type 2 diabetes in young people
A leading dietitian has demanded action from parents, ministers and the food industry after figures showed the number of young people being treated for Type 2 diabetes rose 41% in just four years.