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US expands powers to deport migrants without going to court

13 hours 57 min ago
Under the rule, officers will be able to immediately deport more migrants without going to court.

Unlocked Graduates: Why are graduates competing to be prison officers?

14 hours 21 min ago
You study for a Master's free of charge and work in a prison on £30,000 per year. How hard is it?

'How I got to medical school via A&E and the chicken shop'

14 hours 48 min ago
Yousef used to spend hours hanging around the High Street with mates, until an injury changed his life.

Carl Beech: Liar, fraudster and paedophile

15 hours 8 min ago
Why did Carl Beech make false allegations of murder and sexual abuse against public figures?

How to keep cool and carry on in a 35C heatwave

15 hours 30 min ago
With temperatures expected soar to up to 35C in some parts, how can the UK keep cool and carry on?

Banned 'your wife is hot' air conditioning ad appears on billboard

15 hours 40 min ago
An academic describes the advert for an air conditioning firm as "like something out of the 1950s".

Venezuela blackout: Power cuts plunge country into darkness

15 hours 43 min ago
The blackout has hit 18 of the country's 23 states and is blamed on an "electromagnetic attack".

Resistant malaria spreading in South East Asia

15 hours 55 min ago
Drug-resistant malaria parasites have moved from Cambodia to Laos, Thailand and Vietnam.

Employment tribunals: 'I sued my boss and won'

16 hours 9 min ago
Charlotte Loubser is one of an increasing number of people making claims against their former employers.

Should robots ever look like us?

16 hours 10 min ago
Some think humanoid robots will be easier to interact with, but others think we'll find them creepy.

Polka dot dress: What to do when everyone's wearing the same as you

16 hours 12 min ago
The white and black polka dot dress has become so popular people are starting to disguise it.

Wheelchair basketball player Abdi Jama: I'm lucky to be alive

16 hours 14 min ago
Abdi Jama was paralysed after a fall. Now he's an international wheelchair basketball player for Great Britain.

The rise of India’s viral wedding photoshoots

16 hours 15 min ago
Some newlyweds in India are shunning traditional photos in favour of exotic photoshoots they hope will go viral online.

Treasured family photos buried to hide the past

16 hours 17 min ago
One family's treasured photographs that were hidden from the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia.

Iran crisis: A tale of two tankers

16 hours 18 min ago
When Iran seized a UK-flagged tanker last week, it might have felt like a surprise move. But it wasn't.

Pub closures: What is the social cost to young people?

16 hours 19 min ago
Could we be closing the generation gap over a drink in your local?

Will Brexit break Britain, and would England care?

16 hours 26 min ago
Residents of the UK's most Brexit-supporting town share their thoughts on Scottish independence with The Nine.

The Papers: 'Witch-hunt whitewash' and UK awaits new leader

Mon, 22/07/2019 - 11:39pm
The case of Carl Beech - who invented a series of claims against VIPs - leads most of the papers.

Sheffield Wednesday report Newcastle over Bruce appointment

Mon, 22/07/2019 - 11:37pm
Sheffield Wednesday report Newcastle to the Premier League over the appointment of their former boss Steve Bruce.

Robert Mueller hearings: What questions might he face?

Mon, 22/07/2019 - 11:22pm
The former FBI director faces questions from Congress about his report on the Trump campaign and Russia.

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