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UK ready to help migrant operation

Immigration minister James Brokenshire says Britain is ready to offer further support to a European operation aimed at controlling borders in the Mediterranean Sea

Britain is ready to offer further support to a European operation aimed at controlling borders in the Mediterranean Sea where desperate migrants attempt to reach the continent by boat, Immigration Minister James Brokenshire has said.

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Father 'killed his sons in fire'

Darren Sykes and his sons Paul and Jack died following a house fire

The mother of two boys killed alongside their father in a house fire has claimed he murdered them, adding that she is heartbroken at her loss.

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Home energy plan 'could save £5bn'

The Energy Bill Revolution wants the Government to treat home energy efficiency as an infrastructure priority

An ambitious street-by-street scheme to boost home energy efficiency could save UK households almost £5 billion a year on bills, a report suggests.

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Family blame police over gun deaths

Stacey Banner has criticised Surrey Police

A woman whose mother and sister were shot dead has blamed police for returning the murder weapon to the killer seven months before he used it to gun them down.

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Women unaware of stroke death risk

The Stroke Association says it is important to keep blood pressure under control

One in eight women in the UK are unaware that they could suffer a stroke even though they are three times more deadly than breast cancer, a poll has found.

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Grieving father urges new approach

Abubaker Deghayes said that a second of his sons has been killed in war-torn Syria

The Government's strategy to deal with Britons who travel to war-torn Syria is "criminalising" young people and must be changed, the father of two teenagers killed in the fighting there has said.

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NHS blunders 'hit every generation'

Dame Julie Mellor said the investigations showed the devastating impact failures in public services can have on people

The NHS has committed a catalogue of blunders that have had a "devastating impact" on every generation from the cradle to the grave, a new report has revealed.

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