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Surgeon stabbed outside mosque in 'hate crime'
A surgeon has been stabbed on his way to a mosque in an attack that police are treating as a hate crime.
Hit-and-run leaves new mum fighting for life four days after giving birth
A new mother is fighting for her life after being hit by a car while pushing her four-day-old baby in a pram.
Recycling: More must be done to promote the re-use of household items, poll finds
More than a quarter of people (26%) in the UK do not recognise the direct benefits of recycling, according to a survey.
Brits spend more time on the loo than they do on exercise, says survey
The amount of time Britons spend on the loo is double the time they take to exercise, says a new survey.
Labour vows to cap credit card interest to fight debt crisis
Labour is unveiling a pledge at its conference to help families trapped by massive credit card debts by introducing a cap on interest payments.
Police shut 28,000 websites selling counterfeits
Police have shut down 28,000 websites selling counterfeit goods to British consumers - more than 4,000 of which were set up using identities stolen from other customers.
Mother of missing RAF gunner Corrie McKeague retraces his final steps
The mother of missing RAF serviceman Corrie McKeague is retracing her son's steps one year on from the night he disappeared.
Man and woman rescued from rubble after Blackpool gas explosion
Two people have been injured, one seriously, after a gas explosion ripped through a guest house burying them under rubble.
Uber could stay on the road if it changes, says Labour
Uber could stay on the road if it met the "reasonable" demands set out by Transport for London, senior Labour frontbencher Diane Abbott has said.
Labour conference: Delegates block meaningful vote on Brexit
Jeremy Corbyn has avoided a potentially embarrassing row over Brexit, after delegates at the Labour conference blocked a meaningful vote on the issue.