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Government pledge to remove unnecessary traffic signs and restore common sense to road safety

Senior Tory MP Sir Alan Duncan will lead a taskforce which will suggest more ways of reducing roadside clutter and consider whether some signs can be removed altogether

Morning news headlines: Record high net migration deals blow to PM's aims of reducing arrivals, David Cameron announces 26 new Tory peers amid 'cronies' claims

David Cameron was spoken to in Parliament by Halton MP Derek Twigg regarding the strategy on how to defeat Isil.
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UK sees 41% rise in number of millionaires over the past five years

There are now 715,000 millionaires living in Britain compared with 508,00 in 2010

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Government pledge to remove unnecessary traffic signs and restore common sense to road safety

Senior Tory MP Sir Alan Duncan will lead a taskforce which will suggest more ways of reducing roadside clutter and consider whether some signs can be removed altogether

David Cameron was spoken to in Parliament by Halton MP Derek Twigg regarding the strategy on how to defeat Isil.

Morning news headlines: Record high net migration deals blow to PM's aims of reducing arrivals, David Cameron announces 26 new Tory peers amid 'cronies' claims

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UK sees 41% rise in number of millionaires over the past five years

There are now 715,000 millionaires living in Britain compared with 508,00 in 2010

Passengers going through UK Border at Terminal 2 of Heathrow Airport, as new figures confirm a key immigration measure is at record levels

Net migration hits 'deeply disappointing' new record of 330,000 a year

It is the fifth consecutive quarterly rise in the index - raising new questions about the Tories' aim to bring the number below 100,000

Morning news headlines: Chilcot facing legal action from families over Iraq report delay, New figures set to show net migration at record levels

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This screenshot from WDBJ-TV7, in Roanoke, Va., shows reporter Alison Parker and photographer Adam Ward. Parker and Ward were killed, Wednesday, Aug. 26, 2015, when a gunman opened fire during a live on-air interview in Moneta, Va. (Courtesy of WDBJ-TV7 via AP)

Reporter and cameraman shot dead during live broadcast on US TV channel

General manager of WDBJ-TV in Virginia has identified the two victims as Alison Parker and Adam Ward

Foal fighting for life after being set alight

The incident took place in Pinxton and Derbyshire Police are appealing for anyone with information about the attack to come forward.

Flights to Dublin suspended after a fire in a hanger

Services in and out of Dublin airport suspended, with officials urging passengers to contact their airlines for up-to-date information

Morning news headlines: Jeremy Corbyn to consult on 'women-only' train carriages at night, Pair sought after car crash leaves two dead near Doncaster

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Former Tory MP insists he is innocent of claims he was involved in the murder and sexual abuse of children

Harvey Proctor was interviewed under caution by Metropolitan Police officers working on Operation Midland

Disruption to the rail network to affect bank holiday weekend travel

Improvement work is taking place on the West Coast Main Line which will affect services from a number of key locations, including Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and Glasgow.

One Direction are not splitting up, they are taking a break

Band members of 1D take to twitter to respond to reports they are set to go their separate ways in March 2016

Morning news headlines: FTSE suffers fall-out of China's 'Black Monday', Four Britons die in Canada sightseeing plane crash

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Chinese investors monitor stock prices show that most have declined by the daily limit of 10 percent at a brokerage house in Beijing, Monday, Aug. 24, 2015. Stocks tumbled across Asia on Monday as investors shaken by the sell-off last week on Wall Street unloaded shares in practically every sector

Stock markets fall sharply amid fears of Chinese economic slowdown

Global shares plummet with China's main index losing 8.5% in tumultuous trading

Iain Duncan Smith set to unveil welfare reforms which could punish the sick

Shadow minister for disabled people Kate Green said Mr Duncan Smith is "punishing sick and disabled people for the Government's own failures".

Cricket - England v Australia - Investec Ashes Test Series Fifth Test - Kia Oval - 23/8/15
England's Alastair Cook and teammates celebrate winning the Ashes with the urn

BT Sport signs Australia cricket deal to broadcast England's Ashes defence

Telecoms giant signs £80 million five-year deal to show all Australian home cricket internationals live in the UK

Morning news headlines: Call for acrobatic displays to take place over the sea after Shoreham air disaster

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One Direction Split: Boy band 'set to part company for a year'

Reports claim teen sensations want time to work on their own projects

Harry Clarke, who was driving a bin lorry when it crashed killing six people, arrives at Glasgow Sheriff Court to give evidence to an inquiry into the tragedy

Driver Harry Clarke pressured at Glasgow bin lorry crash inquiry

Driver who blacked out at wheel before his truck hit and killed six pedestrians has refused repeatedly to answer questions on his medical history

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un

Kim Jong Un puts North Korean troops in 'quasi-state of war' with South Korea

South Korea's military on Thursday fired dozens of artillery rounds across the border in response to what Seoul said were North Korean artillery strikes

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