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Border, customs and immigration staff feel unprepared to deal with people arriving in Britain who may be carrying the deadly ebola virus, a union leader has warned.
Gatwick Airport is hoping to ease its current luggage crisis by bringing in its own staff to help.
A public inquiry into the death of poisoned spy Alexander Litvinenko has been formally opened in London.
Premier League footballer Ravel Morrison has been remanded in custody after being charged with assaulting two women in Manchester.
NHS hospitals are so short staffed on public holidays they are paying almost £150 an hour for nurses to work, a Sky News investigation has found.
The American owners of Manchester United are expected to make almost £89m by selling a 5% stake in the football club.
People who consistently break the law while drunk are to be forced to wear tags that can detect whether they are drinking.
A former aide to the Duke of Edinburgh has been charged with sexually abusing a girl in the early 1970s.
The new chair of Ofsted has been announced following a bruising coalition row over the removal from post of Baroness Sally Morgan.
Fire investigators were due to return to Eastbourne Pier this morning in a bid to find out what started a blaze that ripped through the historic landmark.