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Harry Kane scores late winner to give England 2-1 victory over Tunisia in World Cup opener
Harry Kane fired an injury time winner as he scored twice to earn England a 2-1 win over Tunisia in their World Cup opener.
Lord Hague says government should 'be bold' and legalise cannabis
Former Conservative leader William Hague has called upon the government to "be bold" and follow Canada in legalising cannabis for recreational use.
Predicted grades should not be used for university offers
Offers of a place on a university course should not be made on the basis of "highly inaccurate predicted grades" according to the University and College Union (UCU).
Singles 'more at risk of heart disease than married couples', study finds
Married people are less likely to develop heart disease or have a stroke than those who are single, according to new research.
Debenhams issues new profit alert as trading remains tough
Debenhams has issued a fresh profit warning, admitting sales are falling short of already lowered expectations amid the crisis facing the high street.
Water firms 'let people down' during Beast from the East
Water companies are in the dock over their handling of supply disruptions during the so-called "Beast from the East" cold snaps in February and March.
Thousands of public buildings sold off annually by cash-strapped councils
More than 4,000 publicly owned buildings and spaces are being sold off by councils in England every year, according to a Freedom of Information request by community charity Locality.
Heavy Lords defeat for government sets up Brexit showdown
The government has again been defeated in the Lords over giving MPs a "meaningful vote" on the final Brexit deal.
Theresa May confirms tax will rise to fund NHS - but delays detail until autumn
Taxpayers will have to pay more to help fund a £20bn boost to the NHS, Theresa May has confirmed.
Majority think Theresa May's 'Brexit dividend' for the NHS is dishonest, Sky Data poll finds
Most people think the government is being dishonest about the way it will fund a £20bn cash boost for the NHS, according to a Sky Data poll.