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'Rivers Of Hail' As Freak Storm Sweeps Coast

A freak summer storm has brought chaos to the south coast of England with lightning, floods and hailstones and a power cut on the railway lines.

Kate's Got A Real Fan At Commonwealth Games

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge will be hoping the home nations' gold rush continues as they return to the Commonwealth Games in Scotland where they spent a fun-packed day.

Top Weightlifter Faces Sexual Assault Trial

A weightlifter at the Commonwealth Games has been accused of sexual assault after an alleged incident at a supermarket.

1D's Zayn Gets Death Threats After Gaza Tweet

One Direction singer Zayn Malik has received death threats on Twitter after tweeting #FreePalestine to his millions of followers.

Killer Joyrider Lindo Jailed Again After Chase

A man who ran over and killed an eight-year-old boy in 2006 is back behind bars after racing through a residential area in a police chase.

Families Of British MH17 Victims To Meet PM

Families of British MH17 crash victims are to meet David Cameron in Downing Street, according to Sky sources.

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Full UK Battle Group To Join Poland Exercise

A "full battle group" of 1,350 personnel is to be sent to Poland for a Nato exercise to reassure Eastern European allies in the face of Russia's conflict with Ukraine.

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Lloyds 'Risks Criminal Action' In Rigging Case

The Bank of England (BoE) governor has warned Lloyds Banking Group that "clearly unlawful" conduct over fee manipulation may amount to criminal behaviour as it was fined more than £200m.

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Clarkson's 'Racial' Burma Remark Broke Rules

Top Gear breached broadcasting rules after presenter Jeremy Clarkson used a "racial" term during a special which aired in March.

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'Rivers Of Hail' As Freak Storm Sweeps Coast

A freak summer storm has brought chaos to the south coast of England with lightning, floods and hailstones and a power cut on the railway lines.

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Delays Expected Over Passport Staff Strike

Would-be travellers waiting for new passports are at risk of further delays as Passport Office staff strike.

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Fracking: More Protection For National Parks

Fracking will be allowed in national parks and areas of outstanding beauty only in "exceptional circumstances", ministers say, as new bidding for shale exploration licences opens.

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