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Murderer Christopher Halliwell may have killed more, says victim's dad
The father of murdered Becky Godden has told Sky News he believes more victims of killer Christopher Halliwell are about to be found.
Storm Doris to batter much of UK with 80mph gusts
Strong winds and heavy rain are on the way as Storm Doris sweeps across the UK.
UK warned Brexit bill will be 'very hefty' and EU trade deal will take years
Britain will be landed with a "very hefty bill" to get out of the EU exit door, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker has warned.
Pie-eating goalkeeper Wayne Shaw forced to quit Sutton Utd
Wayne Shaw has agreed to leave Sutton Utd after investigations were opened into his pie eating during the club's game against Arsenal.
Killer Shaun Walsmley sprung from custody in Liverpool
A convicted killer has escaped from custody after two men launched an armed attack on prison officers in Liverpool.
Heterosexual couple lose civil partnership Court of Appeal battle
The Court of Appeal has ruled a heterosexual couple do not have the right to enter into a civil partnership.
British Cycling 'may have crossed ethical lines' - UK Sport Chairman
British Cycling may have crossed ethical lines in its treatment of athletes in the past, according to the chairman of UK Sport Rod Carr.
Minister under fire from own MPs over business rates 'misinformation'
The Communities Secretary has come under fire for apparently misleading his own MPs over business rate increases as the row over the issue intensifies.
Mark Carney says Brexit could be 'smooth' after all
Bank of England governor Mark Carney has acknowledged that the UK's divorce from the EU may yet proceed smoothly - and that it would mean a higher path for interest rates.
HSBC warns on Brexit challenge amid profits slump and new FCA probe
HSBC has revealed it is facing a UK probe over money laundering rules, as it published results warning of the challenges posed by Brexit and Donald Trump.