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Protests against harsh lockdown rules intensify in China as UK journalist 'beaten and kicked by police' covering unrest
Protests against stringent COVID restrictions have intensified across China - as a British journalist was beaten and kicked by police.
Government launches £1bn scheme to insulate middle-income homes
The government will spend an extra £1bn to insulate the least energy-efficient homes in the UK, the business secretary has announced.
Matt Hancock has 'no intention of standing down' from politics after I'm A Celebrity stint
Matt Hancock has "no intention of standing down" from politics, his spokesperson has said, as he faces questions about his future following his stint on ITV's I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!
Maryland plane crash: Pilot and passenger trapped for seven hours rescued after aircraft becomes tangled in power lines 100ft above ground
Two people, who spent nearly seven hours trapped 100ft (30 metres) above ground after their plane crashed into live power lines, have been rescued.
Pop star Dua Lipa made an Albanian citizen for 'making Albanians famous throughout the world'
Dua Lipa has been granted Albanian citizenship.
What's being done about 'murder-for-hire' sites on the dark web, and how dangerous are they?
At some point in our lives most of us have done something to upset someone.
Patagotitan mayorum: Colossal dinosaur that dwarfs Dippy the Diplodocus to go on display in UK
One of the biggest creatures to have walked the Earth will go on display at the Natural History Museum next year.
Three arrested after bodies of two babies found at house in South Wales
Three people have been arrested after the bodies of two babies were found at a house in South Wales, police have said.
Riots erupt in Belgian and Dutch cities after Morocco pull off World Cup upset beating Belgium
Riots have broken out in several Belgian and Dutch cities after Morocco shocked Belgium by winning 2-0 during a World Cup clash in Qatar.
Industrial action: Military may be called on to drive ambulances and staff hospitals
Armed forces personnel could drive ambulances and stand in for frontline hospital roles under emergency plans to deal with a possible winter of strikes.