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Lord Ahmad was appointed aviation minister by Theresa May when she became Prime Minister earlier this month

Airport alcohol sales to be reviewed after spate of plane incidents

Scientists hope to begin clinical trials within three years

Cream that can fight off superbugs being developed by scientists

Labour MP Jess Phillips has increased her security following death threats

Labour MP Jess Phillips forced to beef up security after receiving death threats

Christopher Biggins has warned fellow housemates he will not tolerate bullies

Christopher Biggins warns bullies as he enters Celebrity Big Brother house

SNP MP Angus Robertson has described Theresa May as the most right-wing prime minister since Margaret Thatcher

Theresa May most right-wing PM since Thatcher, says SNP's Angus Robertson

An EEF survey showed business confidence had fallen in every region of England and Wales

Manufacturing recovery 'hit by confidence dip over Brexit'

Consumer confidence has dipped sharply following the EU referendum

Brexit vote result causes consumer confidence to plunge

Theresa May met Polish prime minister Beata Szydlo in Warsaw (AP)

Poles continue to be welcome in UK, Theresa May insists during Warsaw trip

An artist's impression issued by EDF of plans for the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station

Government delays Hinkley Point nuclear power station decision until autumn

Matthew Hedges and finance Zosia Katnik with cabin crew after he popped the question in mid-air on the way to Majorca (easyJet)

Couple on a high after crew give plane proposal a lift

Christopher Biggins has warned fellow housemates he will not tolerate bullies

Christopher Biggins warns bullies as he enters Celebrity Big Brother house

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The London-based student was sentenced at the Old Bailey

Teenager jailed after trying to join Islamic State in Syria

French foreign minister Jean Marc Ayrault and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson at the ministry of foreign affairs in Paris (AP)

UK wants 'close and co-operative' relationship with France, says Boris Johnson

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Polish prime minister Beata Szydlo, right, meets Theresa May in Poland (AP)

Poles continue to be welcome in UK, Theresa May insists during Warsaw trip

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It has also emerged that drug use among women has plunged to the lowest level in at least 20 years

Cocaine and ecstasy use soars in richer households

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Sixty-five convicted criminals or suspects were freed in error in 2015/16

Number of prisoners freed by mistake hits highest level for six years

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Jeremy Corbyn welcomed the court ruling

Corbyn hails High Court rejection of 'waste of time' leadership ballot challenge

An artist's impression issued by EDF of plans for the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station

Government delays Hinkley Point nuclear power station decision until autumn

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Ryanair is changing its policy on reserved seats

Ryanair passengers travelling with an under-12 must pay for reserved seat

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Katie Price claimed son Harvey was going to be taken from her car

Katie Price 'told by police her son Harvey was target of £1m kidnap plot'

Chris Evans had been accused of sexually assaulting a woman

Chris Evans to face no further action over sex assault claims

Admiral Lord West of Spithead said tighter safeguards were needed for commercially-available drones

IS could use drones to carry out terror attack, security expert warns

The number of firearms officers has gone down for the fourth year in a row

Police firearms officer numbers dip for fourth year

David Cameron taking a run along the seafront in Brighton during a Tory conference

David Cameron received £21,000 discounts from personal trainer

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The report said rail provision is not coping with rising levels of passenger demand

Overcrowding on trains worsens as up to 35% of passengers forced to stand

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Henry McLeish has called on Scottish Labour to sever its ties with the wider UK party

Henry McLeish calls on Scottish Labour to break away from UK party

The amount of onshore and offshore wind turbines and solar panels increased last year

46% of electricity provided by low carbon power sources in 2015

Protesters stand outside the Supreme Court in London after judges ruled against the Scottish Government's Named Person scheme.

Ministers to 'clarify' named person policy after court ruling on human rights

Artist impression of St Michael's Upper Square from the proposed 700,000 sq ft city centre development (St Michael's Partnership/PA)

Neville and Giggs unveil plans for landmark Manchester development

Nationwide Building Society cautioned that the increased economic uncertainty following the EU referendum could lead to weaker demand for homes

House price average passes record £205,000, says Nationwide

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Lawers are at the High Court over Amina Al-Jeffery, who dual British and Saudi Arabian nationality

Judge concerned over 'imprisoned' Saudi Arabia woman

Jodie Betteridge (left) and Lynne Freeman were killed by Alan Bennett in two separate attacks just minutes apart in Redcar (Cleveland Police/PA)

Double killer jailed for 32 years for murdering two women minutes apart

Centrica chief executive Iain Conn said the first half of the year had been 'demanding' as  total revenue fell 13% to 13.3 billion pounds

British Gas loses 400,000 customers in 'demanding' period for parent Centrica

Daniel Rodriguez, also known as Grimey D, is being sentenced at Wood Green Crown Court

Rapper to be sentenced after filming himself having sex with schoolgirls

Scientists trialling LMTX managed to slow the progression of the disease over 15 months

New drug slows Alzheimer's progress, research reveals

Fuel prices should fall, the RAC said

Pump prices 'should be cut by 3p per litre after oil price drop'

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Inmates in the library at Wandsworth Prison

'Objective assessment' kept extremist books on prison shelves

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Lloyds is targeting £1.4 billion in cost savings by the end of next year

Lloyds to cut 3,000 jobs and shut 200 branches amid Brexit fallout

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French police are stepping up security at tourist hotspots following the terror attacks (AP)

Armed police to protect tourists on French beaches

Corporal Josh Hoole died when he collapsed during a training run in Brecon, Wales, on July 19

Funeral of training-exercise death soldier taking place

In 2013/14 councils were only able to build 1 per cent of new homes, according to the Local Government Association

Council house building renaissance urged to tackle affordable homes 'crisis'

England fans in the Walkabout Pub in central London, during Euro 2016

Beer sales increase thanks to Euro football tournament

Many popular dips contain high levels of salt, a study claims

'Healthy' dips are actually salt, fat and calorie traps, study finds

Facebook saw revenue grow.

Facebook users grow to 1.7bn a month as revenue exceeds expectations

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The number of workers fell by 2.4% compared with the same period last year, with 'deep declines' reported in April and May

Jobs in retail hits two-year low, report reveals

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UK car producers are concerned about the fallout from Brexit

Further increases for UK car production, but Brexit fears linger

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The Brexit vote saw spending confidence hit a three-year low

Consumer confidence 'took clear dive' following Brexit vote

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Plaid believes the UK's reputation will be damaged under Boris Johnson

Johnson and Fox dubbed 'double act of danger' by Plaid Cymru

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An hour's moderate exercise a day can counteract the deadly effects of office work or TV-watching, scientists believe.

An hour's walk can cancel out eight hours behind a desk, scientists say

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