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Child, 4, among 1,383 pupils found carrying weapons into class
A four-year-old and a teenager armed with a sword are among 1,383 schoolchildren caught carrying weapons into schools in just over a year.
Too scared to teach in schools after being stabbed by a student
Hundreds of children are taking knives into schools, according to figures obtained through Freedom of Information requests to police forces in England and Wales.
UK airport expansion plans make 2050 climate change target unlikely
UK airports are planning to expand almost three times faster than the government's climate change advisers say is sustainable, according to research by Sky News.
How much is your nearest airport planning to expand?
Airports across the UK have revealed how much they are planning to expand over the next two decades.
Brexit deal talks continue late into the night as deadline looms
Boris Johnson is locked in 11th-hour haggling over a Brexit deal, trying to convince MPs to back his plans while negotiators worked late into the night in Brussels.
Mubashar Hussain: Car thief jailed for 12 years for running over PC Gareth Phillips
A car thief has been jailed for 12 years for causing grievous bodily harm (GBH) to a policeman by running him over with an unmarked patrol car.
Harry breaks down at WellChild Awards as he recalls moment during Meghan's pregnancy
An emotional Prince Harry broke down on stage at an awards ceremony for inspirational children as he spoke about his journey to fatherhood.
Harry Dunn's parents reject 'bombshell' offer to meet Anne Sacoolas during Trump talks
Harry Dunn's parents have refused to meet the American woman responsible for his death after they learnt she was in the White House during their talks with Donald Trump.
Extinction Rebellion: Sadiq Khan 'not informed' about police ban on London protests
Sadiq Khan has said he was not made aware that police were going to impose a ban on Extinction Rebellion protests on the streets of London.
British family detained in US after 'accidentally crossing border to avoid hitting animal'
A British family say they are being held in the US after accidentally crossing the border while trying to avoid hitting an animal in the road.