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Plane crazy: Record 8,800 flights expected in UK skies today
Today is expected to be the busiest day in history for Britain's skies - with 8,800 planes to be handled by air traffic controllers over the next 24 hours.
Man admits murdering brother in Glasgow house fire on New Year's Day
A 27-year-old man has admitted murdering his brother and attempting to murder his brother's girlfriend in a house fire in Glasgow.
Girl, 5, fined £150 by Tower Hamlets Council for running lemonade stand
A five-year-old girl was reduced to tears after being handed a £150 fine for selling cups of lemonade to festival-goers.
Michael Gove calls for Government to implement plastic bottle deposit scheme
Environment Secretary Michael Gove says he would like the Government to introduce a plastic bottle deposit scheme "as soon as possible".
Liam Fox accepts two-year Brexit 'transition phase'
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has told Sky News that he "doesn't have a problem" with a Brexit implementation period.
Weak pound drives tourist spending 'surge' on UK's high streets
An 18% surge in the amount of money spent by overseas tourists in the UK last month is being credited to the collapse in the value of the pound since the Brexit vote.
Grenfell Tower inquiry boss told: You're not one of us
The judge leading the public inquiry into the Grenfell Tower disaster has been urged to resign after a heated meeting with residents who said "you're not one of us".
Ed Sheeran's promoter and two MPs demand Viagogo answers
Ed Sheeran's promoter and two MPs have been turned away from the London offices of the ticket resale site Viagogo after demanding answers about their business practices.
Princess Diana's belongings and gifts for the Queen to go on show
Rarely seen personal effects belonging to Princess Diana are to go on display alongside more than 200 presents given to the Queen.
Police numbers hit 30-year low as crime sees highest annual rise in a decade
Crime in England and Wales has surged as police officer numbers hit the lowest level in more than 30 years, new figures show.