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'No justification' for rationing health care, say doctors

Rationing care is becoming "more commonplace" across the NHS, leading doctors have warned.

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Two died in road collision an hour after crash at same place, inquest told

Two men died after their cars collided in icy weather on a road affected by water from a nearby building development, an hour after another vehicle crashed at the same place, an inquest heard.

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Man 'let his guard down' over accused in HIV case

An alleged victim of a hairdresser accused of deliberately infecting his lovers with HIV said he was surprised when they had unprotected sex, a court has heard.

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Five teenagers arrested in murder bid probe of man 'deliberately run over'

Five teenage boys have now been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a 19-year-old man was reported to have been deliberately run over twice by a truck.

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Man accepts damages from couple over posters calling him a paedophile

A man has accepted undisclosed damages from a couple who put up posters in their village calling him a dangerous paedophile.

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Former serviceman who scammed nearly £50,000 from veterans' charity walks free

A former serviceman who scammed a veterans' charity out of nearly £50,000 to feed his gambling addiction has walked free from court.

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Capita workers to stage nine-day strike after pension talks breakdown

Workers at outsourcing firm Capita are to stage a nine-day strike after the breakdown of talks aimed at resolving a dispute over pensions.

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Old, dirty and 'rank' toilets: Heston M-way stop-off voted worst in England

A motorway service area near Heathrow Airport has been named the worst in England.

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Tributes paid to groom killed by 'kick from horse' at Kempton

A groom killed at one of the country's best-known racecourses from a suspected kick from a horse has been described as "hugely enthusiastic and dedicated to his horses" by his employer.

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Drone put 130 lives at risk with Gatwick plane near-miss, pilot says

A drone "put 130 lives at risk" after it nearly hit an aircraft approaching London Gatwick, a pilot said.

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Beaches alert as jellyfish resembling venomous Portuguese Man o War washed up

Beachgoers have been warned after creatures that look like the venomous Portuguese Man o War have washed up on the British coast.

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'Middle-aged gap year' Briton falls to death taking photographs at Indian temple

A British man on the final leg of a so-called "middle-aged gap year" with his wife has fallen to his death in India, moments after taking photographs.

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Kempton races abandoned due to serious injury in stables

The programme at one of the country's best-known racecourses has been abandoned due to a serious injury in the stables.

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Property tycoon gives evidence in divorce court battle

A property tycoon embroiled in a divorce court money battle with his estranged wife has begun giving evidence.

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Sacked security worker arrested after protest in Tesco roof space

A former security worker at Tesco who staged a day-long protest in the roof space of a store to demonstrate against his sacking has been arrested.

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Police probe suspected acid attack in street

Police are investigating a suspected acid attack in Sussex.

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Police probe suspected acid attack in street

Police are investigating a suspected acid attack in Sussex.

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Southern Health blames funding pressures after patient injured in rooftop fall

Under-fire mental health trust Southern Health has blamed Government funding pressures for its failure to stop vulnerable patients from gaining access to a rooftop leaving one with "life-changing" injuries after a fall.

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Britons fighting with IS in Syria 'legitimate target' for drone strikes - Fallon

British nationals fighting with Islamic State in Syria are a "legitimate target" for drone strikes, Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon has said after it emerged Sally-Anne Jones, the so-called White Widow, was believed to have died in a US strike.

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Should you run a red light at night? The answer could win you a place at Oxford

Should it be illegal to run a red light at night on an empty road? And what is lost if foreign literature is only read in translation?

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