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Calais migrants: Hundreds moved from 'Jungle' camp

Almost 2,000 migrants are bussed from the "Jungle" in Calais as the controversial camp is cleared.

Diabetes: Tenth of adults at risk of disease by 2035
Health experts are warning that one in 10 adults in the UK will be at risk of developing diabetes by 2035.

Pete Burns: Dead or Alive singer dies aged 57
Dead or Alive singer Pete Burns dies aged 57 after suffering a cardiac arrest, his management says.

Police probe attempted car attack murder on two officers
Two police officers are seriously injured after a car is deliberately driven at them in Glasgow.

Baby Lynlee 'born twice' after life-saving tumour surgery
A baby girl is "born" twice in Texas after surgeons cut open her mother's womb to remove a tumour that threatened to stop her heart.

Man guilty of murdering Adrian Greenwood over The Wind in Willows book
A man gets life for murdering a book dealer over a £50k first edition of The Wind in the Willows.

Belgium Walloons block key EU Ceta trade deal with Canada
Belgium cannot sign a landmark EU trade deal with Canada, Prime Minister Charles Michel says, because of objections led by its Wallonia region.

Ex-Eggheads star CJ de Mooi will not be extradited
Ex-Egghead CJ de Mooi to continue co-operating with the Dutch after alleged killing extradition attempt.

'Gay cake' appeal: Christian bakers Ashers lose appeal
The Christian owners of a Northern Ireland bakery lose an appeal against a ruling that their refusal to make a 'gay cake' was discriminatory.

Bobby Vee: 1960s pop singer dies aged 73
Bobby Vee, best known for 1960s hits including Rubber Ball and Take Good Care of my Baby, dies at the age of 73.

Government to review 'fixed-odds' gambling machines
Ministers announce a review into controversial fixed odds betting terminals to "minimise" the risk of harm from gambling.

Chi Onwurah hits out at Syrian refugee meme kitchen find
An MP hits out at those responsible for putting up a poster mocking Syrian refugees in a parliament building.

Mosul offensive: Iraqi Kurdish forces besiege key town of Bashiqa
Kurdish forces taking part in the offensive to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul from Islamic State militants are besieging a key town to the north-east.

Happy to go? Saying goodbye to the Jungle
The first migrants to leave the Calais 'Jungle' camp describe their feelings.

Man who cut off own toes told he 'saved the foot'
Paul Dibbins cut off two toes when they went gangrenous and a hospital operation was cancelled.

Man finds air raid shelter under drive
A man discovered what is thought to be an air raid shelter under his driveway after his car wheel got stuck in a hole.

'Robbed' of maternity leave with my baby
Lauren Dunn, who gave birth to her son Henry early at 26 weeks, describes feeling "robbed" of her time at home with him.

NI bakers lose 'gay cake' appeal
Reaction from outside the court as Christian bakery owners lose an appeal against a ruling that their refusal to make a "gay cake" was discriminatory.

Paramedic's plea: 'I don't come to work to be spat at'
A paramedic describes being constantly spat at as well being verbally and physically abused by patients.

'Why I'm supporting Ched Evans accuser'
Speaking under the pseudonym of "Jean Hatchet", a campaigner explains why she set up a fundraising initiative to support the woman who brought rape charges against Ched Evans.

Political insults: Churchill, Lloyd-George, Cable, Johnson and Widdecombe
A collection of cutting comments, some aimed at opponents, some at political colleagues.