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Too many children in mental health hospitals, says report

17 hours 39 min ago
A lack of support in schools and the community in England is contributing to the problem, says a report.

US president says war would be 'end' of Iran as tensions rise

17 hours 42 min ago
The US president issues a stern warning as tensions rise between Washington and Tehran.

European elections 2019: Views from centre of England

18 hours 18 min ago
What do people living in the village of Meriden think about the EU elections?

MPs to debate immunity for Northern Ireland veterans

18 hours 35 min ago
Tory MPs to call for action amid reports No 10 has blocked move to limit scope for prosecutions.

Staff shortages 'abusing good will of nurses'

19 hours 6 min ago
The Royal College of Nursing wants tougher safe staffing rules as 40,000 posts are vacant.

Teens in care 'abandoned to crime gangs'

19 hours 15 min ago
Unregulated accommodation for children aged 16 and over has increased by 70% in a decade, Newsnight learns.

Paper review: World Cup 'shame' and Prince Louis walks

19 hours 17 min ago
Many of Monday's papers feature the royals, while a row has broken out over cannabis prescriptions.

Do foreign students get what they pay for in Canada?

19 hours 28 min ago
The debate has opened after an Indian student was arrested for working to support his studies in Canada.

Is Russia trying to sway the European elections?

19 hours 29 min ago
EU officials say Russian disinformation could help boost the vote for anti-EU parties. Is the threat being exaggerated?

Chiari malformation: ‘I went from travel-obsessed to bedridden'

19 hours 31 min ago
Hailey wanted to travel the world as a doctor, until a mystery condition left her shaking uncontrollably.

How bald black women navigate sexual harassment

19 hours 35 min ago
Visual artist Ruth Sutoye explores the experiences of bald black women – sexual harassment was a clear theme.

Sheesiders: The 'ultimate girl group' for Middlesbrough

19 hours 37 min ago
Two friends set up a "girl group" to save other women from "toxic friendships" and loneliness in Middlesbrough.

Four things to expect from the week ahead

19 hours 38 min ago
Europe heads to the polls and the fate of the Iron Throne is finally decided.

What's at stake in the EU elections

19 hours 40 min ago
Europe is preparing for a key test of democracy with elections to the European parliament this week.

Vincent Lambert: Life support battle to end over tetraplegic

19 hours 42 min ago
Vincent Lambert's case has been central to a national debate about artificial life support.

'Mini Monet' Kieron Williamson fulfils Venetian dream

19 hours 44 min ago
The child art prodigy makes his first trip abroad as he follows in the footsteps of his favourite painters.

'The bullying got worse and worse and I snapped'

19 hours 47 min ago
How a troubled childhood gave investor Guy Hands the drive to succeed in life.

Rail passengers lost 3.9m hours in 2018, Which? report says

19 hours 52 min ago
About 80 trains a day were significantly late and another 660 trains per day were cancelled.

Sala father: 'My son was abandoned for fatal flight'

19 hours 55 min ago
Family and friends of Emiliano Sala say they want someone to be held accountable for his death.

'We will be judged on whether we win Champions League' - Guardiola says Man City treble not enough

Sun, 19/05/2019 - 11:54pm
Manchester City will ultimately be judged on how they fare in Europe despite their historic treble, says manager Pep Guardiola.

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