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Ice Warning After 'Thundersnow' Storms

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Forecasters have warned of potentially perilous road conditions today caused by snow freezing, as they predict there is more severe weather to come at the weekend.

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Ice Warning After 'Thundersnow' Storms

Forecasters have warned of potentially perilous road conditions today caused by snow freezing, as they predict there is more severe weather to come at the weekend.

'Thundersnow' Storms As Icy Blast Hits UK

Hundreds of schools have been closed and there has been major travel disruption after heavy snow fell in Scotland, Northern Ireland and the north of England.

Churchill's Funeral River Journey Recreated

The boat that carried Sir Winston Churchill's coffin will return to the Thames later today on the 50th anniversary of his funeral.

Police Officers Abusing Their Power - Report

Police officers are abusing their power to get sexual favours and drugs, a report reveals, and it's feared that new force budget cuts could breed staff anger and more corruption.

Child Obesity 'Levelling Off' But Concerns Remain

The steady rise in childhood obesity seems to finally be slowing down, but a third of young people are still too heavy, a study has found.

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Boris Launches Outspoken Attack On Jihadis

Boris Johnson is set to trigger a new controversy with an outspoken outburst - even by his standards - on the character and personality of jihadist bombers.

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British Woman Sandra Dunham Guilty Of US Fraud

A Maryland court has sentenced a British woman who took an overdose on the eve of her extradition to the US to 30 days in prison for fraud.

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Andy Murray Defends Fiancee Kim's Outburst

Andy Murray has defended his fiancee Kim Sears over what appeared to be an expletive-laden rant directed at his semi-final opponent at the Australian Open tennis championships.

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Guinness Battles Rivals For Premier League Deal

The owner of Guinness is among a pack of blue-chip companies battling to secure the title sponsorship of the English Premier League in a deal expected to be worth more than £150m.

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Death Threats After Files Published Online

Survivors of child sex abuse have received death threats after their personal details and confidential communications with an abuse inquiry were published online.

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