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Dramatic CCTV footage released in Derby hit-and-run investigation

A 19-year-old man has suffered serious life-changing injuries after being mowed down in a hit-and-run collision which was captured in disturbing CCTV footage.

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Cars struggle in slushy conditions (Andrew Matthews/PA)

Police issue ‘travel with caution’ warning

Police are urging motorists to travel with caution as conditions may be hazardous on the morning commute.

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There has been a shift from active play outdoors to indoor screen-based activities (Dave Thompson/PA)

Least fit children 20 years ago would be among fittest today, says study

The least fit British children 20 years ago would be considered among the fittest children today, according to research.

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US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in talks with Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson during a previous visit to the UK

US secretary of state Rex Tillerson jets into London for talks with Boris Johnson

US secretary of state Rex Tillerson is flying into London for talks with Boris Johnson on a “packed” whistle-stop visit.

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Chancellor Philip Hammond promised to fix the housing crisis in his autumn budget (Yui Mok/PA)

Chancellor’s plans to fix the housing crisis are on course for failure – MPs

Chancellor Philip Hammond’s plans to tackle the housing crisis will fail without fresh reforms, a powerful Commons committee has warned.

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What the papers say – January 22

What the papers say – January 22

The death of eight-year-old Mylee Billingham leads several papers on Monday, along with a warning expected to be made by the head of the Army that Britain must keep up with its enemies.

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Ukip leader Henry Bolton is facing growing pressure to quit (Ben Birchall/PA)

Resignations pile pressure on Ukip leader Henry Bolton to quit

Ukip leader Henry Bolton is facing growing pressure to stand down after two more senior figures quit over his refusal to resign.

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General Sir Nick Carter interview

Head of British Army urges UK to keep up with enemies

Britain’s ability to pre-empt or respond to threats risks being eroded if the UK does not keep up with its enemies, the head of the British Army will warn.

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Eight-year-old Mylee Billingham

My little girl was stabbed: Mother’s shock as ‘father held over daughter death’

A shocked mother told neighbours her “little girl” had been stabbed as they tried to comfort her after the youngster was allegedly fatally attacked by her father.

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Eight-year-old Mylee Billingham

SAS: Who Dares Wins star appeals for privacy after niece, 8, stabbed to death

A shocked mother told neighbours her “little girl” had been stabbed as they tried to comfort her after the youngster was allegedly attacked by her father.

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Imperial College London

Government to announce £70 million towards development of treatments

The Government will announce £70 million of funding to create new manufacturing centres to help speed up the development of medical treatments.

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Isaiah Haastrup court case

Judge set to rule on life-support row over little boy

A High Court judge is this week expected to decide whether doctors should stop providing life-support treatment to an 11-month-old boy being cared for at a London hospital.

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Former Cabinet minister Priti Patel (Dominic Lipinski/PA)

Britain must leave customs union to have ‘freedom to succeed’, says Patel

Brexit-backing former Cabinet minister Priti Patel has urged Theresa May to ensure that the UK leaves the EU’s customs union, warning that this is the only way that Britain can secure “the freedom to succeed”.

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Jack Brooksbank and Princess Eugenie of York attending the Serpentine Summer Party 2017 (PA)

Princess Eugenie to marry boyfriend Jack Brooksbank

Princess Eugenie is to marry her long-term boyfriend Jack Brooksbank – at the same wedding venue as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.

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The Scottish Government's External Affairs Secretary will discuss Brexit (Jane Barlow/PA)

External Affairs Secretary heads to Brussels for Brexit talks

The Scottish Government says it will set out its position on Brexit during a ministerial visit to Brussels.

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Sea Life London ?Count and Clean? (Jonathan Brady/PA)

In Video: Annual stock take for residents of Sea Life London

Sea Life London has been undertaking its annual creature “count and clean” of thousands of its amazing marine species.

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Money

Worlds richest gained 82% of new wealth in 2017, Oxfam report shows

Growing inequality resulted in 82% of new global wealth going to the richest 1% last year, while the poorest half of the world saw their prosperity flatline, a report by Oxfam has shown.

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One-fifth of reported images in 2015 were self-generated (Dominic Lipinski/PA)

Children ‘should be taught about the dangers of online sexual content’

Schools should do more to teach children about the dangers of sharing sexual content online, a think tank report has recommended.

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Drivers think a number of motoring offences are likely to go unpunished, according to new research (Rui Vieira/PA)

Drivers do not think police will enforce road laws, survey finds

Two-thirds of motorists think they can get away with careless driving due to a lack of police on the roads, a survey has found.

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The founder of drinks brand Innocent has hit out at the Wetherspoon boss over Brexit (PA)

Innocent founder says Wetherspoon boss is guilty over Brexit

The founder of drinks brand Innocent has launched a scathing attack on the Brexit-backing Wetherspoon boss, accusing him of selling Britain’s economy out for “cheap Chardonnay”.

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