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The star, best known as one of the culinary duo Two Fat Ladies, died at Edinburgh's Royal Infirmary on Saturday.
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The mayors of two major cities have opted out of marching in their cities' St. Patrick's Day parades, in what they call a show of support for gay groups that have historically been excluded from the events.
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Equipment being loaded into a plane bound for the UK after being recovered from closed down Army bases in Helmand province, Afghanistan UK troops who have served on the front line in Helmand Province have welcomed the latest milestone in Britain's drawdown from Afghanistan.
Delays in discharging patients from hospital while they are waiting for social care to be arranged are costing the NHS in England about A 100 million each year, a documentary has revealed.
A cannabis farm at a popular former pub has been shut down after a police sting uncovered a "massive" haul of 1,500 plants.
Emma Rose Beauty is a professional and independent beauty salon set up within my own home in Braunton, North Devon.
The world will take less notice of the United Kingdom if Scotland votes for independence, former Conservative Chancellor Ken Clarke has told his party's Scottish conference.
Idylls from across England, Scotland and Wales have proved the most desirable for home owners, according to The Sunday Times's 101 Best Places to Live in Britain.
George Osborne said a new garden city is to be built in the Thames estuary and the Government's controversial Help to Buy scheme for home purchasers is to be extended until the end of the decade A new garden city is to be built in the Thames estuary and the Government's controversial Help to Buy scheme for home purchasers is to be extended until ... (more)
Sir David Higgins is set to outline his plan for an accelerated construction timetable for the HS2 high-speed rail link Business Secretary Vince Cable has said there is a "compelling case" to speed up the extension of the controversial HS2 high speed rail link to the cities of the north.
The Met Office says yesterday's sunny conditions will continue in the south, but the rest of the UK could see some cloud High temperatures and sunshine should bathe the south of England today as f orecasters predict the mercury will reach 19C .
A Halifax container port was bustling Saturday after being shut down for more than a day when cylinders carrying radioactive material fell about six metres as they were being unloaded from a ship.
Last year's winners Rebecca Odley and Dale Wright with Mya, Emma Harris with Bobby and Gemma Davies and Luke Robinson with Saisha-Indiana BEAUTIFUL babies and terrific tots can be entered in the Oxford Mail Baby of The Year 2014 competition from Monday.
Independence poses a threat to both levels of safety and security and the future of defence jobs in Scotland, Defence Secretary Philip Hammond has told the Conservative Party conference.
The crowd of around 50 protesters gathered at Hyde Park Corner before marching past the Japanese Embassy and one of the buildings housing the Tokyo Electric Company and ending near the Houses of Parliament in Westminster.
Foreign Secretary William Hague has called for a "firm and united" response from the European Union after diplomatic crisis talks on Ukraine failed to achieve a breakthrough.