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How Prince Harry and Meghan’s Royal Baby will disrupt the line of succession to the throne

How Prince Harry and Meghan’s Royal Baby will disrupt the line of succession to the throne

Reporting by Laura Hill The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have announced they are expecting their first child. And the baby will get a plum spot in the line to the throne; here’s how the new baby will change the Royal line. Where will the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s baby sit in line to […]

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Football fans back petition to put Harry Maguire riding a unicorn on the new £50 note

Football fans back petition to put Harry Maguire riding a unicorn on the new £50 note

by Nancy Frostick He’s a Premier League footballer, England international and World Cup hero – but could Harry Maguire be the new face of the £50 note? Thousands of football fans have backed a petition to put the Leicester City defender on the note, when it is redesigned by the Bank of England. At the […]

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Popular children’s bunk bed sold by Argos recalled over safety fears

Popular children’s bunk bed sold by Argos recalled over safety fears

Argos is urgently recalling a children’s bunk bed after it was found the rungs on the bed’s ladder were unsafe and could break off when stood on. The retailer received reports of a safety issue with the Ohio High Sleeper and has advised customers who have the product at home to stop using it immediately. […]

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Beer could soon cost £10 a pint – and people are blaming climate change

Beer could soon cost £10 a pint – and people are blaming climate change

This year has seen a variety of extreme weather events globally, including the UK’s unusually long heatwave this summer. These severe weather events and the rise in global warming could now have an impact on the price of beer, potentially doubling the cost in the UK, according to a new international study from climate scientists. […]

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These are the laws around fireworks – and what to do if someone is setting them off in your street

These are the laws around fireworks – and what to do if someone is setting them off in your street

Guy Fawkes Night is just around the corner, but these days fireworks are making a bang all year round. Although traditionally fireworks are lit to celebrate 5 November, New Year’s Eve, Chinese New Year and Diwali, you can legally buy them at any time of the year. There’s no denying that a firework display can […]

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This pub-goer climbed a 150ft bridge to escape police after being refused a drink

This pub-goer climbed a 150ft bridge to escape police after being refused a drink

A pub-goer who climbed to the top of a 150ft suspension bridge to escape police after being refused a drink in a pub has been jailed. Video footage captures Craig Lee Jones, 31, walking along the railings to the highest point of the Menai Suspension Bridge, where he remained for an hour. The clip shows […]

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Chilly temperatures suggest the UK could see snow before the end of October

Chilly temperatures suggest the UK could see snow before the end of October

It might feel like this summer’s heatwave has only just ended, but now there are predictions for snowfall in the UK before the end of October. Bookmaker Ladbrokes is suggesting that snow before the end of the month is on the cards, and has adjusted its odds accordingly. The company predicts “Arctic temperatures” in Britain […]

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This is what you can look forward to in the new BrewDog beer advent calendars

This is what you can look forward to in the new BrewDog beer advent calendars

It may only be October but festive goodies are already starting to line store shelves, with a string of advent calendars launched ready to countdown to Christmas – including one loaded with beer. Pub chain and brewery, BrewDog, has released its own take on the classic chocolate option, with the launch of three boozy advent […]

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Claire’s Accessories says it has no plans to close UK stores despite rumours

Claire’s Accessories says it has no plans to close UK stores despite rumours

Retailer Claire’s Accessories has said it is not planning any major UK store closures, despite ongoing reports that the high street giant is on the brink of collapse. Parent company Claire’s Stores Inc has now released a statement after the Press Association revealed that the business was working with restructuring firm Alix Partners on a […]

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Facebook could soon let you unsend messages

Facebook could soon let you unsend messages

Ever sent a Facebook message and instantly regretted it? Your prayers may now have been answered. Facebook are reportedly testing a feature which allows users to “unsend” messages in its messenger app. The development comes after the revelation that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerburg was already capable of deleting messages from both his and a recipients […]

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