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'Bang out of order': Anger as security guard mops floor where homeless man is sitting
Footage posted on social media appears to show a security guard mopping the floor where a homeless man was sitting.
Girls aged 13 and 14 arrested over violent robbery of Jewish woman in Stamford Hill
Two girls aged 13 and 14 have been arrested on suspicion of the robbery of a Jewish woman in north London.
Storm Fergus: Police tell public to 'avoid area' after reports tornado struck Irish village - as heavy rain forecast in UK
Homes and cars village have been seriously damaged and police have told the public to "avoid the area" after a possible tornado hit an Irish village.
Mother charged with four counts of manslaughter over deaths of children in 2021 fire
A mother has been charged with four counts of manslaughter following the deaths of her four children in a fire in south London in 2021.
Australia: Record December heat in Sydney as temperatures hits 43.5C
Australia's southeast sweated through extreme heat on Saturday, with temperatures hitting a record-breaking 43.5C (110F) in Sydney.
Russia 'stronger' because of Ukraine war, Sergei Lavrov claims - as he says West's '500-year domination of world' coming to an end
Russia has become stronger as a result of the conflict in Ukraine - just as it did by defeating Hitler and Napoleon, its foreign minister has claimed.
Tory right to hold summit on star chamber's verdict of Rwanda plan before crunch vote
Conservatives on the right of the party are to meet to discuss a legal verdict on Rishi Sunak's Rwanda legislation.
Baroness Michelle Mone admits mistake in denying links to PPE firm awarded huge COVID pandemic contracts
Baroness Michelle Mone says she regrets denying her connection to a PPE firm awarded huge contracts during the pandemic - and which is now being investigated by the National Crime Agency (NCA).
Fire at Bristol Airport car park destroys vehicles
A fire at Bristol Airport's car park has destroyed vehicles and caused delays to flights.
Murder conviction of man who spent 12 years in jail overturned - because key witness was legally blind
The murder conviction of a Chicago man who has spent 12 years behind bars has been overturned - because a key eyewitness was legally blind.