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Cold-related A&E admissions slammed

The day's news in pictures: February 3 2014

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French comedian behind controversial Anelka 'quenelle' celebration refused entry to UK

West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion - Barclays Premier League
Dieudonne M’bala M’bala subject to exclusion order by Home Office

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Cold-related A&E admissions slammed

The day's news in pictures: February 3 2014

The day’s biggest stories from the UK and around the world in pictures.

West Ham United v West Bromwich Albion - Barclays Premier League

French comedian behind controversial Anelka 'quenelle' celebration refused entry to UK

Dieudonne M’bala M’bala subject to exclusion order by Home Office

PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN

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This image made with a fisheye lens shows pre-game activity before the NFL Super Bowl XLVIII football game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Denver Broncos Sunday, Feb. 2, 2014, in East Rutherford, N.J. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)

Super Bowl XLVII match-up between Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos

Seattle Seahawks 43 Denver Broncos 8

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Coronation Street star William Roache was

The day's news in pictures: January 30, 2014

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Morning news headlines for January 30, 2014

Army units are to be sent out to help rural communities in the west country blighted by flooding, new plans to strip terror suspects of their citizenship

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Morning news headlines for January 29, 2014

Clegg announces Syria refugee plans, Obama hopes to narrow gap between rich and poor

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ECONOMIC DATA SET TO SHOW GROWTH

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Morning news headlines for January 27, 2014

Business leaders advise larger companies can help smaller firms by prompt payment, ministers set to review fracking laws plus victims of Nazi persecution remembered 

Joblessness is now a whisker away from the 7% threshold set by the Bank of England for considering raising interest rates

Speculation over interest rate rise following fall in joblessness

New figures show that national unemployment stands at 7.1% 

Nick Clegg has insisted he will not back down over demands for Lord Rennard to apologise in the wake of sexual harassment allegations.
Amid warnings that a legal battle could tear the Liberal Democrats apart, the Deputy Prime Minister admitted his handling of the situation had not been ideal.
But he said he had to demand that the former party chief executive says sorry - even if only for causing

The day's news in pictures: January 22, 2014

The day’s biggest stories from the UK and around the world in pictures

Coronation Street actor William Roache is accused of historic offences involving five girls. null

Replay: William Roache trial - day 7

Replay live updates from Preston Crown Court as the trial of the Coronation Street actor continues.

Npower has claimed bills in the UK are high because the country's

Energy bill increases blamed on 'draughty' homes

Npower chief executive says improving energy efficiency in homes will help reduce bills.

Foreign Secretary William Hague is urging both sides in the Syrian civil war to use the latest round of peace talks as a means to bring an end to the conflict.

William Hague urges decisive action in Syrian peace talks

The Foreign Secretary is attending the latest Syrian peace conference in Switzerland.

William Hague, Nick Clegg, Lord Rennard and Barack Obama.

Morning news headlines for January 22, 2014

Regime forces and rebels in Syria told to secure an end to years of conflict at latest peace talks, Npower claim that old houses are the cause of high energy bills

The sexual harassment scandal engulfing the Liberal Democrats has moved a step closer to the law courts after the peer at the centre of the allegations instructed senior counsel to advise him.
A spokesman for Lord Rennard, the party's former chief executive, said he had instructed a QC specialising in public law to advise him on the

The day's news in pictures: January 21, 2014

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Coronation Street actor William Roache is accused of historic offences involving five girls. null

Live: William Roache trial - day 6

Follow live updates from Preston Crown Court as the trial of the Coronation Street star continues.

A Syrian couple mourning in front of bodies wrapped in shrouds

Syrian regime accused of 'systematically torturing and killing 11,000 prisoners'

A report by three war crimes prosecutors said thousands of photos provide 'clear evidence' of starvation, beatings, and forms of torture

Former DJ Dave Lee Travis arrives at Southwark Crown Court in London, where he is accused of a series of indecent assaults and one sexual assault. live

Live: Dave Lee Travis trial as two alleged victims give evidence against veteran DJ

Follow the latest updates from Southwark Crown Court where the 68-year-old denies 13 counts of indecent assault and one of sexual assault

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Crowds enjoy the action at Creamfields. Picture by Howard Hill

Crowds flock to Creamfields 2014 in Daresbury

Back left to right : Macauley Stoba,Lewis Mercer,Sam Kendrick,Alex Dewdney,Josh Hewitt, Lewis Roberts, Joe Bellis, Chris Warner
Front left to right : Milly Currie, Zoe Longworth, Zoe Thornhill, Holly Godden, Leah Tinsley, Charlotte Ireland

Ormiston Bolingbroke Academy continues to impress

Pupils from the Bankfield School, Widnes receive their GCSE results

Bankfield enjoys best ever Maths and English results

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