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Super-strong cannabis prompts calls by Volteface think tank to legalise drug
A mental health crisis caused by super-strength cannabis is being exacerbated by Government policy putting criminalisation ahead of young people's wellbeing, a new report claims.
Mesh implant problem 'bigger than Thalidomide'
MPs will debate the risks associated with mesh implants after thousands of women say the device has perforated organs, caused chronic pain and left them unable to work or have sex.
Journalist Kath Sansom was 'wreck' after vaginal mesh implant
I set up the support page Sling the Mesh on Facebook two years ago, in June 2015, just 10 weeks after I had a mesh implant to treat incontinence from childbirth.
Sainsbury's plans to cut 2,000 UK jobs in payroll and HR
Sainsbury's has unveiled plans to cut up to 2,000 UK jobs as part of its programme to save hundreds of millions of pounds in costs.
Brexit reversal would boost UK growth, says OECD
A political decision to reverse Brexit would have a "significant" positive impact on the UK economy, according to a leading global think-tank.
MI5 boss Andrew Parker: UK terror threat evolving at scale never seen before
The UK is facing a "multidimensional threat" that is rapidly evolving "at a scale and pace we've not seen before", the director general of MI5 has warned.
Storm Ophelia rips off roofs in England and Scotland
Storm Ophelia has caused travel disruption and torn roofs from buildings as remnants of the former hurricane tore across Scotland and northern England.
Ireland and Ulster rugby stars to stand trial over rape charges
Two Ireland rugby stars will stand trial accused of raping the same woman, a court has ruled.
Theresa May meets Tory Universal Credit rebels to avoid showdown
Theresa May has met with Conservative MPs threatening to rebel over the Government's flagship welfare reforms in a bid to avert a public showdown in the House of Commons.
Airbus to partner with Canada's Bombardier amid Belfast jobs fears
Airbus is to take a majority stake in Bombardier's C-series passenger jet programme in a deal that could offer hope to thousands of UK workers as it faces a costly US trade dispute.