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Babies born at weekends in NHS hospitals are more likely to be stillborn or die

Babies born at weekends in NHS hospitals 'more likely to be stillborn or die'

Sir David Attenborough will be interviewed by Kirsty Young

BBC programme to celebrate Sir David Attenborough's 90th birthday

Abid Naseer plotted to bomb Manchester's Arndale Centre (Greater Manchester Police/PA)

40-year US jail term for man who plotted to bomb Manchester's Arndale Centre

The Duke of Cambridge meets Tusk Conservation Awards finalists

William helps honour 'unsung heroes' of conservation at Tusk awards

EasyJet will not fly to Sharm el-Sheikh until January 6 and BA said its flights will be suspended until January 14

British Airways and easyJet suspend Sharm el-Sheikh flights until new year

Police chiefs are warning that budget cuts will hamper the ability to tackle a terrorist threat

Government warned that police cuts would hamper terrorism fight

A Middle East expert has warned that the skies over Syria and Turkey are an "incredibly crowded air space"

David Cameron urges 'communication' after Turkish fighter downs Russian warplane

Police examine the scene in Napier Street, Sheffield, where a body was found

Police comb river bank after body found in hunt for student Caroline Everest

George Osborne has confirmed that his Spending Review will allocate an extra £3.8 billion to the NHS in 2016-17

'Risks remain' despite George Osborne's £3.8bn cash boost for NHS

The Labour leader is known to be a strong opponent of nuclear weapons

20 Labour MPs defy Jeremy Corbyn over Trident debate

Lady Colin Campbell had to do the camp's laundry

No more Bushtucker Trials, please, says I'm A Celebrity's Lady C

Tesco drivers will be balloted on pre-Christmas strike action

Tesco delivery staff to vote on festive period strikes over pay

Police launched a murder investigation after the stabbing in Holloway

Brother's tribute to 'lovely' teenager stabbed to death in Holloway

The advert features the Lord's Prayer being recited

Lord's Prayer cinema advert ban agency defends policy as 'correct and fair'

Some 14.7 million shoppers will take part in the sales bonanza from this Friday

Black Friday 2015: Britons expected to spend £3.49bn over four days

The Smiler ride will reopen next year

Human error blamed for Smiler rollercoaster crash at Alton Towers

David Cameron has described dementia as one of the greatest enemies of humanity

Campaigners hail Government pledge for new £150m dementia research institute

Andy Murray has praised the British Davis Cup side's security team

Andy Murray understands Davis Cup travel security fears

Passengers on the Newcastle Metro system rallied to the defence of Muslim women who were subjected to a hateful tirade

Woman thanks passengers for support as police seek man over anti-Muslim rant

The CBI said 38% of retail firms had seen an increase in sales compared to the same period a year ago, while 31% had seen a drop-off

Retail sales slow as shoppers hold out for Black Friday

The "master" of the Hatton Garden heist pulled out of the raid after early difficulties getting into the vault, jurors heard

Hatton Garden jewel heist 'master', 76, quit raid after early difficulties

The scene after the helicopter crashed into a construction crane on top of St George Wharf tower building, in Vauxhall south London

London helicopter crash pilot expressed concern over weather, inquest told

Jaguar Land Rover said its investment at its site in Wolverhampton shows its long-term commitment to Britain

Jaguar Land Rover plans £450m expansion at Wolverhampton engine plant

A police vehicle is parked at the Grand Place in central Brussels (AP)

Brussels enters its fourth day on lockdown

The Queen meets the Bishop of Stockport, the Right Reverend Libby Lane, at Westminster Abbey (PA)

Queen to address Church of England national assembly

Security staff, from left, Zoe, Pete, Steve and David at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital (Channel 5/PA)

TV cameras enter Birmingham hospital to highlight assaults on NHS staff

Calls have been made for more affordable homes to be made available

Right-to-buy blamed for lack of availability of low-cost homes

Former Liberal Democrat leader Lord Ashdown has expressed concern about the "closeness" between the Conservative Party and wealthy individuals in the Gulf.

David Cameron urged to pressure Gulf states over funding for Islamic State

The group owns chains including All Bar One

Pub and restaurant customers may pay the price for living wage

Julian Fellowes and Emma Joy Kitchener attend the Emmy Awards in New York (AP)

Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes picks up special Emmy award

Engine-maker Rolls-Royce is planning to slash costs by up to £200 million a year in a bid to revive its fortunes (Rolls-Royce/PA Wire)

Rolls-Royce plans 'major restructure' in bid to save £200m a year

Hotpoint, Indesit and Creda tumble dryers may be affected

Tumble dryers 'may pose fire risk'

A new study into child sexual abuse suggests only one in eight victims come to the attention of authorities

Only one in eight child sex abuse victims known to authorities, study suggests

Google has opened an Innovation Lab in Belfast

Google Innovation Lab opened in Belfast

Network Rail's redevelopment at London Bridge station, with a construction site as long as the Shard is tall

Railway building costs risk harm to franchise value, report says

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is doing well, according to 66 per cent of party members polled by YouGov

Jeremy Corbyn is backed by two-thirds of Labour activists, poll finds

Thousands each year suffer severe sepsis or die from the illness due to NHS failures, a report found

NHS failures mean thousands suffer or die from severe sepsis each year - report

Nicola Sturgeon is to deliver the annual Jimmy Reid Memorial Lecture at Glasgow University

George Osborne should change course on tax credits - Nicola Sturgeon

The dress was worn by Judy Garland in the evergreen movie classic

Judy Garland's Wizard of Oz costume sells for £1m

Reducing meat consumption is a win-win for health and climate, according to the report

Curb global meat consumption to avoid 'dangerous' climate change, says report

Asher Maslin stabbed his ex-girlfriend Hollie Gazzard to death at the hair salon where she worked (Gloucestershire Police/PA)

Murderer of hairdresser ex-girlfriend arrested beforehand for attacking her

Mourad Mosdefaoui pleaded guilty to two charges - one under the Terrorism Act 2006 and one under the 2010 Identity Documents Act (PA/Crown Office and Procurator Fiscal Service)

Algerian citizen admits posting messages backing Islamic State

The dress was worn by Judy Garland in the evergreen movie classic

Judy Garland's Wizard of Oz costume sells for £1m

Balpa said a laser attack on a British Airways plane landing at Heathrow damaged the co-pilot's retina

BA pilot suffered eye damage as laser shone at plane

The number of couples divorcing in England and Wales fell again except with the over-50s group which showed a rise

Couples 'wait to divorce in 50s after children leave home'

A police tent the graveyard in Metal Bridge, County Durham, where the skulls of two 16-year-olds were removed in a "sickening" escalation of a feud between travelling families, police said

Teenagers' skulls taken from grave in travelling families feud, say police

A screengrab from an advert showing the Lord's Prayer being recited by members of the public (Church of England/PA)

Lord's Prayer cinema ad ban is ridiculous, says David Cameron

Ed Miliband, left, says his successor as Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn is fit for the role of prime minister - but it is 'a matter for the electorate' to decide whether he gets the job

Ed Miliband insists Jeremy Corbyn is fit to serve as prime minister

Four men are facing trial over the Hatton Garden Safe Deposit company raid

Hatton Garden raid was largest burglary in English legal history, court told

Prime Minister David Cameron makes a statement to MPs in the House of Commons

David Cameron to set out 'comprehensive' anti-IS strategy

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