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UK weather: MORE wind to lash the UK this weekend - latest Met Office warnings and maps
KILLER Storm Ali with winds of more than 100mph crashed into the UK today, killing two people in its path of destruction. And the dangerous weather is set to continue into the weekend as more strong winds are expected to lash into Britain tomorrow - here are the latest Met Office warnings and maps.
today 22:50
Brexit deal by November! May delivers ULTIMATUM – ‘Extending negotiations isn't an option'
THERESA May on Wednesday night warned EU leaders that she will walk away from the Brexit negotiations unless a deal is concluded within the next two months. In an ultimatum at a summit in Austria, the Prime Minister insisted that extending the deadlocked talks beyond November was "not an option".
today 22:50
Former special constable 'saves child's life' in Cricklewood mosque 'race hate attack'
Ali Mashkour picked up an eight-year-old and "flung" him out of the way of a moving car that left three people injured in London.
yesterday 20:56
Tesco reveals more big changes to Clubcard Rewards just months after axing 57 retailers

Eight months after axing 57 partners from its Clubcard Rewards Scheme, Tesco has announced more cuts in an unfortunate move for loyal shoppers.

The retailer has revealed four more partners will be scrapped - and amended - in early 2019 in its latest attempt to revamp the popular rewards

yesterday 20:47
Tesco reveals more big changes to Clubcard Rewards just months after axing 57 retailers

Eight months after axing 57 partners from its Clubcard Rewards Scheme, Tesco has announced more cuts in an unfortunate move for loyal shoppers.

The retailer has revealed four more partners will be scrapped - and amended - in early 2019 in its latest attempt to revamp the popular rewards

yesterday 20:47
London Euston Station CHAOS: Northwestern Railway and Virgin Trains DELAYED – over BALLOON
EUSTON station has been ground to a standstill with no trains departing because of a balloon getting tangled in the overhead wires.
yesterday 20:44
Glasgow drugs gang caged after supplying more than £1.7 million worth of drugs

Four men who admitted being involved in supplying more than £1.72 million worth of drugs were jailed yesterday.

Robert Wright, 55, Terrence Connelly, 31, Brian McCulley, 39, and Peter Ewing, 53, were caught with “significant quantities” of cocaine, cannabis and cannabis resin

yesterday 19:44
Storm Ali LIVE maps: Latest satellite maps and rain radar images as Ali hits Scotland
KILLER Storm Ali has left two people dead in its wake, unleashing strong winds and heavy rain on the British Isles. Here are the latest satellite maps and rain radar images as Ali hits Scotland.
yesterday 19:41
'We will be LEAVING' Theresa May singles out Sadiq Khan in BRUTAL second referendum tirade
THERESA MAY has accused London Mayor Sadiq Khan of taking “us back to square one” by supporting a second Brexit referendum, as she arrived in Salzburg.
yesterday 19:41
'Hit the RESET button!' Farage reveals the Brexit deal EU would 'bite UK's arm off' for
NIGEL FARGE has claimed it is time for Theresa May to “hit the reset button” and demand a Canada-style free trade agreement in Brexit negotiations with the European Union.
yesterday 19:41
Watch terrifying moment Storm Ali 70mph gusts tear down tree in Dumfries

Dramatic footage captured the moment a 30 ft high tree was blown over by 70 mph gusts from Storm Ali.

Morag Burton, from Dumfries, captured the terrifying moment as the tree made a massive “crack” and collapsed into the River Nith.

The canine hydrotherapist had been trying to

yesterday 18:41
Woking crash: Three students injured outside Hoe Valley School – air ambulance at scene
THREE children were rushed to hospital by air ambulance after a car ploughed into them outside Hoe Valley School in Woking, Surrey.
yesterday 18:38
Victim of Shettleston murder bid was shot in the head in 'targeted' attack

Police have launched an attempted murder probe after a man shot in the head in Glasgow's east end.

Emergency services swooped on Cuthelton Terrace in Shettleston after the alarm was raised at 11pm on Tuesday.

Two masked men got out of a black coloured car and stormed a property in

yesterday 17:38
Farmer unearths £31,000 DIAMOND while digging up his allotment
A LOCAL farmer has unearthed a £31,000 diamond while digging up his allotment. The incident took place in the village of Janakpur in the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.
yesterday 17:35
Inside Jack's – Tesco’s New Brexit-Era Answer To Aldi And Lidl
The retailer promises 'cheapest in town' prices – but will staff be shortchanged?
yesterday 17:08
Handbag left to rot in damp garage turns out to be made of GOLD
TWO lucky sisters almost threw out an old handbag which had been lying in a damp garage for seven years – which turned out to be made of GOLD.
yesterday 16:32
Schoolgirl Mylee Billingham shouted 'no daddy' before she was stabbed, court hears
Birmingham Crown Court hears William Billingham showed concern for himself and displayed "total disregard for her young life".
yesterday 15:42
Storm Ali LIVE pictures: Storm Ali BATTERS Ireland and Scotland with 90mph winds - photos
STORM Ali has hit the British Isles, claiming one life and knocking out power to more than 80,000 homes. Here is all the latest.
yesterday 15:29
Travelling circus LOCKDOWN: Police swarm site after dead body discovered in Grimsby
A TRAVELLING circus has been placed in lockdown after the body of a man was found on the site in Grimsby, Lincolnshire.
yesterday 15:29
Depth of Danish bank money-laundering exposed in report

Denmark, the EU's cleanest country on paper, got confirmation on Wednesday (19 September) that its top bank perpetrated Europe's biggest-ever money-laundering scandal.

Danske Bank, which holds a third of all Danish people's savings, saw its share value plunge.

Small monthly

yesterday 15:17
Top Academy Chain Accused Of ‘Cheating’ During Ofsted Inspection
Whistleblowers claim more experienced teachers were brought in for watchdog's visit.
yesterday 15:02
Disturbing clip shows McGill's bus driver kiss and grope young female passenger

Shocking footage captures the moment an on-shift bus driver appears to kiss and fondle a teenage passenger.

The bus driver, who works for McGill's buses, can be seen apparently kissing the young girl and asking for her phone number.

The footage, filmed in Sauchiehall Street,

yesterday 14:29
Electric cars - Drivers could be given free parking and tax breaks to switch to an EV
THERE are calls to give financial incentives to British motorists to encourage them to with to electric cars.
yesterday 14:26
Bizarre photos show man hitchhiking across Scotland for charity while carrying a MICROWAVE

A wacky philanthropist is raising money for a teenager with cancer by attempting to hitchhike across Scotland - while carrying a MICROWAVE.

Diarmuid McCleary is braving the harsh autumn weather with nothing but a rucksack and his microwave in a bid to raise Euro 2,000 ( £1,777) for

yesterday 13:26
Edinburgh lesbian couple told they 'should be put in a cage' by hotel owner

A gay couple have blasted a 'homophobic' hotel owner who allegedly told them 'people like you should be put in a cage with the rest of the wild animals' after they complained about their stay.

Nicole Calder, 24, and Lauren Inglis, 26, were stunned when they received the shocking email

yesterday 13:26
Couple shocked as postcard FINALLY delivered after 35 years
A COUPLE were shocked when a postcard dropped through their letter box - 35 years after it was sent. Rob and Caroline Wilkins received the postcard, post-marked August 16, 1983, which finally arrived having taken a staggering 12,813 days to travel 500 miles to their home in Southampton, Hants.
yesterday 13:23
Giraffe moved after it attacked British mother and toddler dies in new home
THE giraffe calf at the centre of a horrific attack in which a British scientist’s wife and son were critically injured has died after being relocated to a new home in the wild.
yesterday 12:20
Hugs, sunshine, clean sheets... 40 little things to make us feel super
A WARM hug, seeing the sun shine and old people holding hands are among the top 40 little things guaranteed to make our day, a study has revealed.
yesterday 12:20
First look inside Tesco's new discount store Jack's as supermarket bids to rival budget giants Aldi and Lidl

Tesco has launched its new discount store format called Jack's as it attempts to take the fight to German discounters Aldi and Lidl.

Britain's biggest retailer will open its first two Jack's stores on Thursday in Cambridgeshire, and North East Lincolnshire.

Up to 15 stores

yesterday 11:20
"He is too young for full time education" Mum refuses to send son, 4, to school so can spend more time at home

A mum has refused to send her four-year-old son to school this year because he is 'too young for full-time education.'

Stanley Hutchinson was due to start school two weeks ago but is currently spending his days at home with mum, Emma, and his younger brother.

Emma, 38, says she wants

yesterday 11:20
Daily News
Young Boys 0 Manchester United 3 as Paul Pogba shines in Switzerland - 5 talking points

Paul Pogba scored twice as Manchester United strolled to victory over Young Boys in Bern.

The Frenchman was handed the captain's armband with Antonio Valencia left home and delivered the perfect display, also setting up Anthony Martial for United's third.

Pogba fizzed in a

today 22:53
Brendan Rodgers warns Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths as he talks up Steven Naismith

Brendan Rodgers insists Leigh Griffiths can have no complaints about Steven Naismith jumping ahead of him in the Scotland queue.

And the Celtic manager has urged his striker to fight and work every single day of his life to prove himself the top man for club and country.

today 22:53
Kyle Lafferty on Rangers milestone and beating his gambling addiction

Kyle Lafferty arrived in Villarreal determined to break his Euro scoring duck as he bids to fire Rangers to a landmark first ever victory on Spanish soil.

But the Ulsterman touched down having already celebrated an important milestone in his life after reaching a full year without placing

today 22:53
I'd love to be first Rangers manager to beat a Spanish side in Spain says Steven Gerrard ahead of Villarreal clash

Steven Gerrard thanked Record Sport for writing his team talk as he vowed to follow the Barcelona Bears into Ibrox history.

Rangers have never defeated Spanish opposition in their own backyard - and their only victory in the country came when they triumphed against Moscow Dynamo in the

today 22:53
'It’s early days yet' Hearts captain Christophe Berra downplays Premiership leaders title chances

Hearts captain Christophe Berra insists he will only consider that the early Premiership leaders can mount a serious title challenge if they are still in the running come February.

The Tynecastle side are currently five points clear of reigning champions Celtic after maintaining their

today 22:53
Eagle-eyed Rangers fans spot something bizarre about Umar Sadiq

Umar Sadiq is a bit of an unknown quantity among Rangers fans.

Everyone notices him as the lanky striker who looked incredible with one touch and like bambi on ice with the next.

He's not had much game time yet but he's travelled to Spain with the rest of the squad for the Europa

today 22:53
Girl, 18, who lost twin sister and mother within three days of each other says she’s ‘all alone now’

A teenager whose twin sister and mother died within three days of each other has written them a heartbreaking note about being ‘all alone now.’

Kellis Hood, 18, left the handwritten letter at the scene of the accident that claimed twin sister Casey’s life in the early hours of

today 22:50
Woman who died inside caravan after it was blown off cliff by Storm Ali named

A woman who died after the caravan she was in was blown off a cliff during Storm Ali has been named locally as Elvira Ferraii.

The woman, aged in her 50s from Switzerland, had been staying at the Clifden ecoBeach Camping and Caravan Park in Co Galway in Ireland’s west when a severe gust

today 22:50
Champions League CARNAGE: Cristiano Ronaldo in tears, Man Utd win as Man City suffer shock
CHAMPIONS LEAGUE football kicked off with a BANG this week with Wednesday’s fixtures making headlines across the world - that left the competition’s best player Cristiano Ronaldo in tears.
today 22:50
WATCH: Amazing moment quick-thinking patrolman saves dog from horror death
A QUICK-thinking patrolman spared a dog a gruesome death being dragged behind the wheels of a huge lorry. The Sheriff’s office volunteer sped into action when he spotted the truck pulling out of a garage with the pet still tied to the vehicle’s rear bumper.
today 22:50
Iran travel WARNING: UK warns against ‘all but ESSENTIAL travel’ for dual citizens
THE UK has advised British-Iranian dual nationals against all but essential travel to Iran, tightening up its existing travel advice and warning it has only limited powers to support them if detained.
today 22:50
Queen Letizia of Spain dazzles in earrings worth over £13,000 and stunning jumpsuit
QUEEN LETIZIA of Spain, 46, stunned this evening in a truly beautiful ensemble. The brunette looked gorgeous is a pair of dazzling precious earrings.
today 22:50
Storm Ali weather tomorrow: What is the Met Office weather forecast for tomorrow?
STORM Ali has wreaked destruction across the UK with winds reaching over 100mph in some places. What is the Met Office weather forecast for tomorrow?
today 22:50
How to live longer - how many leafy green vegetables should you eat every week?
HOW to live longer: Avoid an early death by eating healthy, balanced diet, and by doing regular exercise. You could lower your risk of dying early by eating more leafy green vegetables - how many should you be eating every week?
today 22:50
Burt Reynolds remembered by Sally Field as loved ones pay respects at private funeral
BURT REYNOLDS’ former girlfriend Sally Field attended a private funeral ceremony alongside those closest to the Deliverance actor in West Palm Beach, Florida, earlier today.
today 22:50
Royal SNUB? Meghan Markle features prominently in Queen documentary – but NOT Kate
QUEEN Elizabeth II has a new documentary coming out which features the latest addition to the Royal Family, Meghan Markle – while Kate appears mostly in the background.
today 22:50
US trade war latest: Deadlock with China will continue 'for some time' – expert warns
A BITTER trade war between the US and China is unlikely to end soon, a former assistant US trade representative for China affairs has warned.
today 22:50
'You were WRONG!' Brexiteer Redwood interrupts Labour MP for 'fibbing' about no deal
LEADING Brexit supporter John Redwood clashed with a Labour MP in a heated Brexit debate on live TV with the Tory MP accusing the Remain supporter of “fibbing” about the consequences of a no deal.
today 22:50
Latest news from Great Britain
today 22:53 Young Boys 0 Manchester United 3 as Paul Pogba shines in Switzerland - 5 talking points
today 22:53 Brendan Rodgers warns Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths as he talks up Steven Naismith
today 22:53 Kyle Lafferty on Rangers milestone and beating his gambling addiction
today 22:53 I'd love to be first Rangers manager to beat a Spanish side in Spain says Steven Gerrard ahead of Villarreal clash
today 22:53 'It’s early days yet' Hearts captain Christophe Berra downplays Premiership leaders title chances
today 22:53 Eagle-eyed Rangers fans spot something bizarre about Umar Sadiq
today 22:50 Girl, 18, who lost twin sister and mother within three days of each other says she’s ‘all alone now’
today 22:50 Woman who died inside caravan after it was blown off cliff by Storm Ali named
today 22:50 Champions League CARNAGE: Cristiano Ronaldo in tears, Man Utd win as Man City suffer shock
today 22:50 WATCH: Amazing moment quick-thinking patrolman saves dog from horror death
today 22:50 Iran travel WARNING: UK warns against ‘all but ESSENTIAL travel’ for dual citizens
today 22:50 Queen Letizia of Spain dazzles in earrings worth over £13,000 and stunning jumpsuit
today 22:50 Storm Ali weather tomorrow: What is the Met Office weather forecast for tomorrow?
today 22:50 How to live longer - how many leafy green vegetables should you eat every week?
today 22:50 Burt Reynolds remembered by Sally Field as loved ones pay respects at private funeral
today 22:50 Royal SNUB? Meghan Markle features prominently in Queen documentary – but NOT Kate
today 22:50 US trade war latest: Deadlock with China will continue 'for some time' – expert warns
today 22:50 'You were WRONG!' Brexiteer Redwood interrupts Labour MP for 'fibbing' about no deal
today 22:50 Star Wars 9 leaks: New JEDI revealed and will be played by THIS British actor?
today 22:50 Rebel Royal: Princess Margaret and Lord Snowdon watched EROTIC films with celebrities
today 22:50 'EU has GOT to MOVE' Raab insists Brexit date will NOT be delayed – even if no deal
today 22:50 Cristiano Ronaldo: Juventus star SENT OFF against Valencia in Champions League - WATCH
today 22:50 UK weather: MORE wind to lash the UK this weekend - latest Met Office warnings and maps
today 22:50 Brexit deal by November! May delivers ULTIMATUM – ‘Extending negotiations isn't an option'
today 22:41 MSPs defeat government to call for 'halt' to P1 assessments
today 22:00 Storm Ali kills two as power cuts and travel chaos hit UK and Ireland
yesterday 21:50 Little known Bake Off rule means Terry will be out if he misses next round
yesterday 21:50 Man dies after being injured in tragic incident at car dealership in Aberdeen
yesterday 21:47 Chilling CCTV footage shows Westminster terrorist grinning just days before attack that left five dead
yesterday 21:47 British boy, 4, drowns in four-star Tenerife hotel swimming pool
yesterday 21:47 Fortnite season 6 map to include bouncy Loot Lake thanks to Cube
yesterday 21:47 Joanna Lumley: Silk Road TV series star aged 72 has this enormous net worth
yesterday 21:47 Cristiano Ronaldo: Juventus star's girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez strips off for saucy pic
yesterday 21:47 ‘Sex is a gift from God’ Pope speaks frankly to young worshippers
yesterday 21:47 India's prime minister launches crackdown on instant 'triple talaq' divorce
yesterday 21:47 Storm Ali tracker: Where is Storm Ali now - is it still hitting Scotland?
yesterday 21:47 Ronaldo red card: Why was Cristiano Ronaldo SENT OFF in Valencia vs Juventus clash?
yesterday 21:38 Man in Salisbury 'illness' hoaxed Prince Charles
yesterday 20:56 Inmate predicts prison officer will be dead within 18 months
yesterday 20:56 Former special constable 'saves child's life' in Cricklewood mosque 'race hate attack'
yesterday 20:47 Rangers opponents Villarreal have a serious selection headache in midfield - watch Gavin Berry report from Spain
yesterday 20:47 A UFO enthusiast is penning a new book on West Lothian's famous alien mystery
yesterday 20:47 Student injured as Storm Ali brings down tree on Dundee University footballers' bus
yesterday 20:47 Girl, 18, whose twin sister and mum both died in 48 hours says 'I'm all alone now' in heartbreaking tribute
yesterday 20:47 Girl, 18, whose twin sister and mum both died in 48 hours says 'I'm all alone now' in heartbreaking tribute
yesterday 20:47 Tesco reveals more big changes to Clubcard Rewards just months after axing 57 retailers
yesterday 20:47 Tesco reveals more big changes to Clubcard Rewards just months after axing 57 retailers
yesterday 20:44 Can you help this lovestruck man find ‘Stacey who drives a mini’ who he met while on holiday in Ibiza?
yesterday 20:44 UK weather: Storm Ali damage latest - Car windscreens SMASHED, trees fallen
yesterday 20:44 Iran oil crisis: OPEC says Tehran ‘VERY important’ even AFTER US sanctions
Editorials
1,186 men, women and children linked to a strike by the International Workers of the World were loaded onto trains from Bisbee, Arizona under armed guard.
yesterday 20:35
The Health Secretary’s enthusiasm for “GP at Hand”, a smartphone app, suggests he’s forgotten that we’ve been here before with NHS 111.
yesterday 19:32
After fighting the 2017 election on policies from its social democratic past, the party is now embracing a more transformative agenda: worker ownership, universal basic income and a four-day week.  
yesterday 19:32
Creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge really might, after all, be the best thing to happen to women and TV in 45 years.
yesterday 19:32
Progressive politics in the 1990s turned away from class politics and solidarity in favour of group identities and self-realisation.
yesterday 19:32
No wonder the job doesn’t appeal to Davidson; she’s far too normal. 
yesterday 19:32
Planned reforms could make it harder for future Corbynite candidates to qualify for a leadership election. 
yesterday 18:29
Is a hit and run accompanied by hateful speech a hate crime or something more? 
yesterday 17:26
The Tories’ refusal to condemn Viktor Orbán’s authoritarian and anti-Semitic government leaves them in no position to lecture Labour.  
yesterday 17:26
In the face of the NEC's bureaucratic elitism - and the nightmare legacy of Stalinism - the democratic and humanist left needs to be more assertive. 
yesterday 16:23
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