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Music service to provide 'relaxed experience' for Eurostar passengers

More than a quarter (27%) of people say they can never fully relax on a journey, a survey has found.

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United Airlines 'saddened' after giant rabbit dies on flight to US

United Airlines is investigating after reports a giant rabbit died on one of its transatlantic flights.

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Man improvised detonator parts from Christmas fairy lights, terror trial told

A would-be terrorist tried to make a pressure-cooker bomb and improvised detonator parts from fairy lights after being radicalised by videos of the war in Syria, a court has heard.

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UK's first 'rage room' offers smashing way to relieve stress and have fun

The UK's first ever "rage room" allowing people to smash everyday items into tiny pieces has opened to the public.

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Swathes of northern and eastern England wake to dusting of snow

A blast of late winter weather has brought snow flurries to many parts of the North of England and the Midlands.

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Friends could be jailed for role in £42m cyber crime spree on TalkTalk website

Two friends could be facing jail for their part in the £42 million hack attack on the TalkTalk website.

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Ukip leader Nutall: People laughed at Gandhi too

Ukip leader Paul Nuttall has compared himself to Gandhi as he sought to shrug off media criticisms.

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A dog with an 'uncanny theatrical resemblance' to Shakespeare needs a new home

An animal welfare charity is seeking to rehome a dog said to bear an "uncanny theatrical resemblance" to William Shakespeare.

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Pregnant woman accused of helping husband buy knife for terror plot remanded

The pregnant wife of an alleged extremist has appeared in court accused of helping her husband buy a knife in a plot to carry out a terror attack.

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Ukip's James Carver quits over planned burka ban

Ukip's foreign affairs spokesman has quit his post in protest at leader Paul Nuttall's plans to ban the burka.

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Primary school shut for second day after travellers set up camp nearby

A primary school which closed after travellers moved on to nearby land has remained shut for a second day.

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'No change' to HS2 policy from Government, MPs told

The Government has not changed its policy on HS2, a minister has said, amid reports the project may be scrapped to pay for the fallout from Brexit.

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Wife accused of helping to buy knife for terror plot

The wife of an alleged extremist has been accused of helping him buy a knife in a plot to carry out an attack.

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Parents jailed after toddler left unsupervised in bath drowns

The parents of a 13-month-old boy who drowned after they left him unsupervised in the bath have been jailed.

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Five charged in Villa Park pitch invasion probe

Five men have been charged after allegedly taking part in a pitch invasion during the hotly-contested Aston Villa-Birmingham City football derby.

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'Rebel without a cause' Corbyn unsuitable for No 10 - Tory chief

The Tories have launched a highly personal attack on Jeremy Corbyn, warning the Labour leader would unable to take the "difficult decisions" needed in the event of a major terrorist attack.

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Len McCluskey wins poll to be re-elected as Unite general secretary

Len McCluskey has been re-elected as general secretary of Unite after beating his nearest rival by over 5,500 votes.

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Pop group Steps top iTunes chart 20 years after launch

Comeback pop group Steps are celebrating as chart-toppers after their latest record landed at number one in the iTunes album rankings.

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Former nursery worker pleads guilty to child sex offences

A former nursery worker has pleaded guilty to raping a child and inciting sexual activity with children.

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Euston rail passengers face more delays after trackside fire

Rail commuters suffered a second day of delays after a fire closed London Euston station.

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