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One in seven university students have fallen asleep with food cooking, risking potentially deadly fires, research shows.
Conservationists are waiting to see if a “very lost” beluga whale spotted in the Thames has headed out to sea.
Jeremy Corbyn’s closing address at the Labour Party conference, a speech by Theresa May in the US and an event allowing members of the public to sleep in Fred West’s cell make headlines on Wednesday.
An ad featuring a man angrily telling a woman they could afford a deposit on a house if she ate fewer avocados has been cleared following complaints it trivialised domestic violence.
The interim Prisoner Ombudsman has praised a drop in the number of complaints by inmates in Northern Ireland.
A prisoner who was on a dirty protest was not offered a shower before attending a court date, the Northern Ireland Prisoner Ombudsman was told.
The number of hospital admissions for tooth decay among five to nine-year-olds has risen for the second consecutive year, new figures show.
A charity has warned against buying pets “on a whim” as it found more than a quarter of Scottish pet owners did no research at all before taking on their animal.
Extending the timetable for the UK’s European Union departure talks may be “unpalatable but essential”, experts have claimed in a new report which warns about the impact of “sleepwalking” into a no-deal Brexit.
The US Senate Judiciary Committee has scheduled a vote on Friday on Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court.
The minority Irish Government has survived a no-confidence vote prompted by soaring homelessness numbers.
A 1.2 million square foot test track for driverless cars is set to be built on the site of the Battle of Bosworth Field.
Jeremy Corbyn is set to denounce “greed-is good capitalism” as he sets out plans for a radical reshaping of the UK economy, including a “green jobs revolution” to create 400,000 skilled posts.
The royal family are “millionaires demanding that we pay for their pleasure while people go hungry”, a Labour MP has said.
The Duchess of Sussex made an accomplished debut on her first royal solo engagement, picking up a few tips along the way for her forthcoming tour of the Pacific with her husband.
Five things we learnt at Labour’s annual conference in Liverpool on Tuesday September 25:
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has accused the US of trying to overthrow his government, rejecting bilateral talks after President Donald Trump predicted stepped-up sanctions would get Tehran to negotiate over its nuclear programme.
The Duchess of Sussex described as “spectacular” her introduction to the art and culture of the Pacific during her first solo event and shared the famous Maori greeting.
Bill Cosby was led off to prison in handcuffs on Tuesday, sentenced to three to 10 years behind bars for drugging and sexually assaulting a woman.
Debate on a vote of no confidence in the Irish Government has begun.
A 92-year-old woman has been buried in the US with British military honours for a secret that she held for decades – her Second World War service as part of the Enigma codebreaking team.
The bodies of a missing British expatriate and his Thai wife have been found in northern Thailand.
A general election before Brexit day would not be in the national interest, Theresa May has said.
Tricking bacteria to consume a “Trojan horse” metal that looks like food but disrupts their ability to reproduce may be a way to defeat superbugs, say scientists.
Arlene Foster has said she is accountable for her former special adviser, but not responsible for him.
Football legends paid tribute to former international and Premier League footballer Liam Miller following an emotional match held in his memory.
The brother-in-law of a British expatriate has been arrested over the couple’s alleged murder in Thailand.
Bill Cosby has been sentenced to three to 10 years in prison for drugging and molesting a woman at his home.
Poundland has announced it is to stop selling kitchen knives from all its stores by the end of next month as campaigners criticised it for stocking toy blades and meat cleavers for Halloween.
The late deputy first minister Martin McGuinness was aware of a whistleblower warning about a renewable energy scheme, Arlene Foster has insisted.
A former Stormont minister who spoke out about a botched green energy scheme contributed to the collapse of the powersharing institutions, Arlene Foster has claimed.
The Foreign Secretary has demanded rapid action leading to the release of a jailed charity worker in Tehran in his first face-to-face meeting with Iran’s foreign minister.