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This Morning to return today after Phillip Schofield controversy - with Alison Hammond and Dermot O'Leary as presenters
This Morning will return to TV screens today, in the wake of the Phillip Schofield controversy.
Chancellor comfortable with recession if it brings down inflation
Jeremy Hunt has told Sky News he is comfortable with Britain being plunged into recession if that's what it takes to bring down inflation.
One in 10 female gamers feel suicidal over abuse they face while playing online, survey reveals
One in 10 women feel suicidal because of the abuse they face while gaming.
Elon Musk's brain chip company Neuralink says it has won FDA approval for human trials
Elon Musk's brain chip firm Neuralink has said it has been given the go-ahead to start carrying out studies on humans.
Health Secretary Steve Barclay rules out new pay offer for nurses despite 'constructive' meeting with RCN chief
Health Secretary Steve Barclay held a "constructive" meeting with Royal College of Nursing (RCN) chief Pat Cullen - but made clear that a new pay offer for nurses will not be forthcoming.
Labour government would stop new North Sea oil and gas projects - reports
New oil and gas developments in the North Sea would be blocked under a Labour government, it has been reported.
Phillip Schofield: Ex-This Morning star Dr Ranj Singh criticises 'toxic culture' at ITV show and claims he was 'managed out'
Former This Morning star Dr Ranj Singh has spoken out in the wake of the Phillip Schofield controversy and hit out at the "toxic culture" at the ITV daytime show.
Turkey elections: Putin and Zelenskyy among world leaders to congratulate Erdogan on election victory
Vladimir Putin and Volodymyr Zelenskyy have joined world leaders in congratulating Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan on his election win.
The 'black gold' that could help fight climate change for centuries to come
A high-grade version of BBQ charcoal is being tested as a way of removing greenhouse gas from the atmosphere for centuries to come.
Jeff Stelling: Tributes to Sky Sports presenter following his final Soccer Saturday
Tributes have poured in for Sky Sports presenter Jeff Stelling following his final Soccer Saturday show.
Turkish election: Erdogan has once again proved critics wrong and out-manoeuvred his toughest challengers
The man who revels in his image as Turkey's strongman took an early lead almost as soon as polls closed in the second round of voting for president.
More mortgage costs rise with 'worse to come' as Bank of England base rate expected to reach 5.5% high next year
Britain's largest building society has made some mortgages more expensive as the Bank of England's interest rate is now expected to rise higher than previously thought.
Sudan conflict: Pregnant woman and baby killed in shooting - but husband left unaware
Men in crisp white thobes sit on mats under a leafy thorn tree carefully cutting pieces of white material.
Beekeepers warned after American Foulbrood disease detected in single beehive in Perthshire
A control zone has been set up and beekeepers have been warned to be on alert following an outbreak of American Foulbrood.
Government explores options to attract pension fund investment for UK projects
The government finds its hands somewhat tied at present on measures it can take to boost economic growth.
Luton Town: What is next for Kenilworth Road, one of the Premier League's smallest stadiums?
Oak Road in Luton is like any other street in Britain. Rows of Victorian red brick terrace houses line the road and everyone's got a front patio with a little gate.
Backstage With… The stars and director of new live-action The Little Mermaid
The Little Mermaid - the cartoon feature-film based on Hans Christian Andersen's story about a mermaid desperate for life on land - was credited with kicking off Disney's renaissance in 1989, a period when the company returned to making successful animated movies following something of a slump.
Father of murdered hip hop star Sidhu Moose Wala says investigation is moving too slowly
One year on from the death of Punjabi hip hop star Sidhu Moose Wala, his father says he is destroyed by his son's killing.
ONS figures show highest three month sales growth in nearly two years as retailers bounce back
Retail sales have returned to growth after a month of contraction that was larger than first thought, according to a closely-watched measure of consumer confidence.
Boris Johnson has 'huge role to play' in Conservative Party - cabinet minister
Boris Johnson has a "huge role to play" in the future of the Conservative Party, according to one cabinet minister, while a staunch ally of the ex-prime minister urged "the left" to leave him alone.
Venice police investigating bright green liquid in Grand Canal
Police in Venice have launched an investigation into the source of a phosphorescent green liquid patch that has appeared in the city's famed Grand Canal.
Post Office admits 'abhorrent' racist slur was used to describe suspects in Horizon scandal
Black Post Office workers who were falsely accused in the Horizon scandal were classified using a racial slur, according to documents obtained by campaigners.
Rishi Sunak talks 'international collaboration' on AI with Google's Sundar Pichai
Rishi Sunak held a private meeting with the boss of Google on Friday as part of his ongoing discussions with tech leaders about the challenges posed by artificial intelligence.
Plane passenger could face years in jail in South Korea if found guilty of opening door mid-flight
A plane passenger could face up to 10 years in prison if he is found guilty of violating aviation security law by opening an emergency exit mid-flight.
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