M&S trials loose fruit and veg in bid to reduce plastic packaging
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M&S trials loose fruit and veg in bid to reduce plastic packaging

The retailer says 90 lines of loose fruit and vegetables are being sold over two…

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Ex-Team GB cyclist Jess Varnish loses landmark legal battle
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Ex-Team GB cyclist Jess Varnish loses landmark legal battle

Her management team said in a statement: “It has been found that Jess Varnish was…

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Risk of crushing death at Hillsborough was ‘obvious’, court hears
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Risk of crushing death at Hillsborough was ‘obvious’, court hears

Police match commander David Duckenfield, 74, is charged with the gross negligence manslaughter of 95…

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Pregnant Meghan called a ‘fat lady’ during visit to animal charity
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Pregnant Meghan called a ‘fat lady’ during visit to animal charity

Meghan was visiting the animal welfare charity Mayhew in London when she was introduced to…

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What is Corbyn’s next move after unsuccessful no-confidence vote?
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What is Corbyn’s next move after unsuccessful no-confidence vote?

Only three have succeeded in ejecting an administration in the last 120 years, and the…

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Sky News takes a look at the stories making a splash in Wednesday’s national newspapers.…

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New Zealander pleads not guilty to murdering British backpacker
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New Zealander pleads not guilty to murdering British backpacker

The 26-year-old, whose identity remains protected by New Zealand law, will face trial on 4…

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Inflation falls to lowest level in nearly two years
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Inflation falls to lowest level in nearly two years

The Consumer Prices Index (CPI) fell to 2.1% in December, as was widely predicted by…

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Wales has highest imprisonment rate in western Europe
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Wales has highest imprisonment rate in western Europe

For every 100,000 people in Wales there were 154 people jailed, according to sentencing figures.…

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Hitman guilty of murdering ‘Mr Big’ and mob associate
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Hitman guilty of murdering ‘Mr Big’ and mob associate

Mark Fellows – known as The Iceman – murdered Salford mobster Paul Massey, 55, with…

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