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Three dead as typhoon hits Japan

Three dead as typhoon hits Japan

A rapidly weakening typhoon made landfall in Japan setting off landslides and flooding that prompted evacuation orders for tens of thousands of people.

Hamilton on brink of fourth F1 title

Hamilton on brink of fourth F1 title

Mercedes won the Formula One constructors' title but Lewis Hamilton must wait another week at least to become Britain's first four times world champion.

Pressure on Koeman after Arsenal thrashing

Pressure on Koeman after Arsenal thrashing

Everton manager Ronald Koeman believes he can turn around the struggling club's fortunes but admits his future is no longer in his hands.

Kane double helps Spurs thrash Liverpool

Kane double helps Spurs thrash Liverpool

Tottenham brutally exposed Liverpool's defensive frailties as Harry Kane plundered two more goals in his side's 4-1 romp at Wembley on Sunday.

London introduces new charge for polluting cars

London introduces new charge for polluting cars

London has introduced a charge on the oldest and most polluting vehicles on to try to improve air quality.

Police end armed hostage-taking at leisure complex

Police end armed hostage-taking at leisure complex

Warwickshire police have ended an armed siege, saying there were no casualties after a gunman took two staff members hostage at a bowling alley in Nuneaton.

Calls for ban on gambling ads appealing to children

Calls for ban on gambling ads appealing to children

Gambling regulators are calling for a ban to remove adverts which contain images which may appeal to children.

Baby dies after fall from sixth-floor window

Baby dies after fall from sixth-floor window

Police are conducting enquiries following the death of an 18 month old baby in Bradford, who fell from a sixth-floor window.

British aid package to be sent to Raqqa

British aid package to be sent to Raqqa

The International Development Secretary Priti Patel has announced a £10m aid package to help those in the Syrian city of Raqqa.

Plans to make home buying less stressful

Plans to make home buying less stressful

The government is looking at banning "gazumping" as part of a plan to make the buying and selling of homes cheaper, faster and less stressful.

Calls for WHO to reverse Mugabe decision

Calls for WHO to reverse Mugabe decision

The World Health Organisation should overturn its decision to appoint Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe as a goodwill ambassador, global health leaders have said.

Number of UK profit warnings increases

Number of UK profit warnings increases

The number of profit warnings issued by British companies jumped to 75 in the third quarter, the biggest quarterly rise in almost six years.

United shocked as City move clear

United shocked as City move clear

Huddersfield Town stunned Manchester United 2-1 a defeat that dropped them five points behind leaders Manchester City who beat Burnley 3-0.

Customers facing broadband and energy price hikes

Customers facing broadband and energy price hikes

Customers could lose almost £50 per month this winter as a large number of energy and broadband deals come to an end.

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