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Seaside town in Norfolk put 'on lockdown' amid 'low-level disorder'
Some pubs, hotels and other businesses in Cromer, Norfolk, have closed their doors this weekend following reports of "low-level disorder", police have said.
More British Jews considering move abroad as anti-Semitism fears grow - poll
Almost one in three British Jews has considered moving abroad in the past two years, a survey has found.
Jeremy Hunt in fresh attack on Stephen Hawking over NHS
Jeremy Hunt has fired back again at Professor Stephen Hawking in their spat over the NHS.
Hunt v Hawking: Why you should 'never attack a national treasure'
When the actor Eddie Redmayne played Stephen Hawking in the film about his life, The Theory of Everything, he described the world renowned scientist as a "national treasure".
Accidental addiction to painkillers 'a public health crisis', says charity
Britain is facing a public crisis over addiction to prescribed medicine, according to the head of a leading drugs charity.
Drug raids net £1.2m worth of heroin and suitcase full of £500k in cash
Police have arrested two men after they seized £1.2m worth of heroin and thousands of pounds in cash in raids across Merseyside.
Will the weather hold out for the eclipse?
On Monday 21 August a solar eclipse is due for those directly in the Moon's shadow on Earth.
Vehicles on the edge as car park wall collapses in Nottingham
A car park wall has collapsed in Nottingham - leaving vehicles precariously close to a sheer drop.
Sir Bruce Forsyth: Television legend dies aged 89
Veteran TV entertainer Sir Bruce Forsyth has died at the age of 89, his family has said.
Sir Bruce Forsyth: Tributes to 'king of TV and prince of performers'
Strictly Come Dancing presenters Claudia Winkleman and Tess Daly have paid tribute to "gentleman and true legend" Sir Bruce Forsyth.