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Paris Saint-Germain denies UK police claims of wrongdoing by fans

Paris Saint-Germain denies UK police claims of wrongdoing by fans

Paris Saint-Germain has stood by fans accused by British police of violence and transporting weapons on a bus ahead of Thursday's Women's Champions League game against Chelsea.
Ad watchdog orders 150 'autism cure' therapists to stop

Ad watchdog orders 150 'autism cure' therapists to stop

One hundred and fifty therapists who claim to be able to "cure" autism have been served an enforcement notice over warnings their claims have no scientific evidence and could seriously harm children.
Cervical cancer home-test kits could be a 'game-changer'

Cervical cancer home-test kits could be a 'game-changer'

Women are going to be offered the chance to carry out smear tests in the comfort of their own homes in a drive to reduce the number of women skipping their cervical cancer screenings.
London Waterloo commuter chaos after all trains were cancelled

London Waterloo commuter chaos after all trains were cancelled

All trains to and from London's Waterloo were cancelled for two hours on Friday morning, causing major disruption for commuters.
Brexit delayed: UK gets two new deadlines after midnight crisis talks

Brexit delayed: UK gets two new deadlines after midnight crisis talks

EU leaders have granted Theresa May's request to delay Brexit, giving the UK a two-tier extension.
Libby Squire: Body found in Humber Estuary is that of missing student, police say

Libby Squire: Body found in Humber Estuary is that of missing student, police say

A body recovered from close to Grimsby Docks in the Humber Estuary is that of missing student Libby Squire, Humberside Police has said.
Calls for IVF treatment to face further regulation

Calls for IVF treatment to face further regulation

IVF treatment is not being monitored or regulated well enough and it's putting women's health at risk, according to campaigners pushing for a new law.
Lee Cowden: I suffered a massive heart attack because of IVF drugs

Lee Cowden: I suffered a massive heart attack because of IVF drugs

When Lee Cowden wanted to start a family at the age of 25 she knew she would need fertility treatment because she had been diagnosed with polycystic ovarian syndrome as a teenager.
Men convicted for attempting to smuggle £100m of cocaine in yacht

Men convicted for attempting to smuggle £100m of cocaine in yacht

Three men have been convicted of attempting to smuggle over £100m worth of cocaine into the UK hidden in a yacht. 
Brexit: Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle attacked and called 'traitor'

Brexit: Labour MP Lloyd Russell-Moyle attacked and called 'traitor'

A Labour MP has claimed he was attacked and called a "traitor" about delays to Brexit while out talking to his constituents.
'Ostrich' causes traffic chaos after crossing A12 in Essex

'Ostrich' causes traffic chaos after crossing A12 in Essex

Commuters trying to get home were left in a flap when traffic came to a standstill after a suspected ostrich wandered on to the road.
Three sailors rescued from Flat Holm island after leaving ship to go drinking

Three sailors rescued from Flat Holm island after leaving ship to go drinking

Three sailors who became stranded on Flat Holm in the Bristol Channel after leaving a ship to go drinking have been found safe.
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