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World needs urgent action on 'wolf at the door' climate change, warns Charles

The Prince of Wales has renewed his call for global action on man-made climate change, describing it as the "wolf at the door".

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British yachtsman Alex Thomson claims second place in Vendee Globe race

Record-breaking British sailor Alex Thomson has claimed second place in the gruelling Vendee Globe solo round-the-world yacht race.

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Number of homeowners moving house falls for first time in five years

The number of existing homeowners moving house fell last year, marking the first annual fall in five years, a report has found.

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Man to face court charged with killing two women in seaside town

A man will appear at a court plea hearing charged with killing two women, five years apart, in a seaside resort.

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Hospital wards 'left with dangerously low numbers of nurses'

Hospitals are running wards with a dangerously low number of nurses and are using healthcare workers as "stand-ins", an investigation suggests.

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Surrey 'canary in coal mine' over funding of social care, warns council chief

Other councils could follow Tory-controlled Surrey in seeking huge hikes in tax, the leader of Theresa May's local authority has warned.

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Hospital wards 'left with dangerously low numbers of nurses'

Hospitals are running wards with a dangerously low number of nurses and are using healthcare workers as "stand-ins", an investigation suggests.

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M25 road-rage killer Kenneth Noye in court bid for open prison transfer

Road-rage killer Kenneth Noye has launched a High Court battle to be moved to open prison conditions.

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Tory authority plans 15% council tax rise claiming huge budget gap after cuts

A Tory-controlled local authority plans to raise council tax by 15%, claiming it has no choice in response to funding cuts and the crisis in social care.

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Southern Railway guards and drivers in RMT union to strike next week

Strikes by Southern Railway guards and drivers in the RMT will go ahead next week after its "exclusion" from talks between Aslef and the company, the union announced.

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Warning over threat to pushchairs from train slipstreams

Parents have been told to hold on to pushchairs while non-stopping trains pass through stations after a wheelchair user was caught in the slipstream of a freight train.

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Labour MP Peter Kyle says his party must do more to tackle anti-Semitism

A Labour MP has said his party must do more to tackle anti-Semitism and stop abuse from happening in the first place.

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Aerospace engineer drowned in sea 'after getting disorientated while drunk'

A respected and well-liked aerospace engineer drowned in the sea after getting lost on his way home from a night out celebrating St Patrick's Day with friends, an inquest has heard.

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Sailors celebrate record-breaking triumph in world's toughest rowing race

Two British athletes have rowed their way into the record books after a gruelling endurance challenge in which they barely mustered two hours' uninterrupted sleep in over a month.

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Isle of Wight car ferry hit by fire

A fire broke out on a ferry carrying more than 50 passengers.

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Sir Winston Churchill funeral plans expected to sell for £600 at auction

A folder containing the ceremonial details and route maps of Sir Winston Churchill's state funeral is to go up for auction next month.

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Daughter to face trial over man's house fire death

A 28-year-old woman is to stand trial accused of murdering her father, who died after a house fire.

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Police catch cereal eaters and shavers in crackdown on distracted drivers

Drivers eating cereal and having a shave are among 151 motorists to be stopped by two police forces in one week for being distracted behind the wheel.

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Homeless man suffers burns after tent set alight in arson attack

A homeless man suffered burns to his hands after a tent was set alight in an arson attack, police said.

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University sorry for failure to suspend lecturer who attacked ex-student partner

A university has issued an apology for its "inadequate" handling of a case involving one of its former lecturers who was found guilty of assaulting his ex-student partner.

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