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Cumbria was hard hit by flooding in December

Flood-hit Cumbria residents living in fear of next 'rainy season'

Faye Valentine's son Luke Jenkins, 7, died in April 2012 and she told the Press Association that she was nervous about what the Bristol Review will say

Families' fears ahead of publication of review into Bristol care

The Government petition website of a petition calling for a new EU referendum when it passed the one million barrier - it now has more than 2.6 million signatures

Expert says there will not be new EU referendum despite 2.6m signing petition

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David Bowie performing at Glastonbury in 2000 - this year's festival had a classical music tribute to him

It's Glastonbowie as festival's first classical music headliner pays tribute

From the first editions

From the first editions

Angela Merkel said there is 'no need to be nasty' to Britain over its 'divorce' terms

Germany's Angela Merkel says 'no need to be nasty to Britain' after Brexit vote

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Lord Mayhew was involved in the Northern Ireland peace process

Tributes for Lord Mayhew who played key role in Northern Ireland peace process

Tributes on the beach at Sousse in Tunisia after the massacre which is being marked a year on

UK to mark Tunisian massacre one year after 30 Britons killed at resort

Billy Mitchell leads Peggy Mitchell's funeral procession through Albert Square (BBC/PA)

'Emotional day' as EastEnders stalwart Peggy Mitchell is laid to rest

Republic of Ireland fans celebrate their team's win over Italy - and hope for another victory against France

Fans dream of 'greatest Irish sporting day' as match with France looms

Coldplay are due to close Glastonbury Festival

Coldplay set for record-breaking fourth Glastonbury headline show

Jeremy Corbyn, right, sacked Hilary Benn following reports that the shadow foreign secretary was plotting a coup against him

Jeremy Corbyn sacks Hilary Benn over coup reports as Brexit fallout continues

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The jackpot went unclaimed

Rollover as lottery jackpot goes unclaimed

Prime Minister David Cameron watches the parade and the Duke of Kent takes the salute during Armed Forces Day at Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire

Armed Forces Day parades and displays thrill hundreds of thousands

A Parliamentary expert said it could take 10 years for Westminster to sort out the legislation needed to take back powers from the European Union

Repatriating powers from European Union 'poses a challenge'

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn arrives for a speech on immigration and Brexit

Jeremy Corbyn vows to fight to keep Labour leadership

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Lord Mayhew was involved in the Northern Ireland peace process

Tributes for Lord Mayhew who played key role in Northern Ireland peace process

Donald Trump on the golf links at Balmedie

Donald Trump 'would not be bothered' if Scottish Muslim visited US

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Crissie Rhodes and Ben Earle of The Shires

Ben Earle of The Shires plays Glastonbury hours after becoming a father

Adele headlining the main stage at Glastonbury

Emotional Adele says Hello to Glastonbury Festival

Christmas dinner is served in Hebden Bridge

Midsummer Christmas dinner for communities ravaged by floods in December

Worker bees will lay down their lives for the queen

Scientists create mathematical model to understand the nice and nasty

A policeman kisses his boyfriend after proposing to him during the Pride in London parade

Pride of Met officers as they propose to their partners

A petition called for a second EU referendum (UK Government and Parliament website/PA)

MP David Lammy urges Parliament to reverse 'non-binding' referendum outcome

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The child was spotted sitting on a bench near Brighton Station in Brighton, East Sussex

Mother of girl alone at bus stop found at London home

The incident appears to have been a tragic accident, according to US police

Tributes paid to British cyclist killed in Iowa accident

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Justine Greening is the International Development Secretary

Cabinet's Justine Greening reveals 'I'm in a happy same sex relationship'

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Disabled teachers experience prejudice, a union said

Government urged to promote equality for disabled teachers

Approximately 13,300 tweets were sent per minute as the Prime Minister made his speech following the historic decision to leave the European Union

PM's resignation most tweeted-about EU referendum event

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Police spotted the teenage football fan at Bristol Airport

Teenage football fan faces court as prosecutors seek banning order

Shoppers in Oxted expressed concerns about the impact of the Brexit vote

Market shoppers voice hopes and fears after referendum vote

Nicola Sturgeon is to establish an advisory panel with experts to advise her on legal, financial and diplomatic matters as she seeks to continue Scotland's membership of the EU

Ministers plan Brussels talks 'to protect Scotland's place in the EU'

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Farhan Ali was jailed at Isleworth Crown Court

Fatal hit-and-run driver caught speeding at 140mph days later

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is looking at holding a second independence referendum

Daily Record backs second independence referendum after Brexit vote

Young people protest at the gates of Downing Street.

Vote for Brexit highlights generational divide

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US prosecutor Eileen Decker said the new indictment adds more charges (AP)

British man facing US trial in child sex case

Astellas UK has been suspended as a member of the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry.

Pharmaceutical company suspended by trade group over 'deception'

Fans watch the Wales v Northern Ireland Euro 2016 match in the fanzone at Boucher Road playing fields in Belfast

Wales march into last eight as Northern Ireland's Euro 2016 journey ends

Jennifer Saunders (centre left) and Joanna Lumley (centre right) pose with performers in front of the Absolutely Fabulous Pride in London float

Brexit a hot topic as revellers celebrate Pride parade

Insurers are adopting a more flexible approach to the insurance needs of members of the military

'Welcome move' on insurance front for members of the Armed Forces

An armed policeman on the beach in Sousse, Tunisia

Sousse terror attack to be marked with minute's silence

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The Met Office said the weather will bring "more of the same for Glastonbury"

Mixed forecast for Glastonbury and Wimbledon

The FTSE 100 Index recovered slightly after Bank of England Governor Mark Carney's comments calmed the markets, but was still down 4%

Brexit decision wipes £50bn off FTSE 100 as global markets sink

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Natalie Rowe is evicted from the Big Brother house at the Elstree Studios, London.

Natalie Rowe evicted from Big Brother

A one-year high was swiftly surpassed by a dive bigger than on Black Wednesday

Pound collapses on Brexit win amid warnings of worse to come

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Cathy Shipton will appear as Lisa Duffin in Casualty's 1,000th episode (BBC/PA)

Casualty celebrates 1,000 episodes with Cathy Shipton's return as Lisa Duffin

Matt Bellamy of Muse performing at the Glastonbury Festival, at Worthy Farm in Somerset

Muse score Glastonbury hat-trick on Pyramid Stage

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A remain supporter stops to talk to people as he walks around with his European flag across the street from the Houses of Parliament in London.

What will be the immediate impact of Brexit vote?

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