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British special forces praised for stopping IS suicide attack in Libya

The Ministry of Defence said it would not comment on special forces operations

British special forces blew up an Islamic State suicide truck in Libya earlier this month, a military commander there has said.

1:35am Thursday 26 May 2016

Beau Dermott, 12, seals place in Britain's Got Talent final

Schoolgirl singer Beau Dermott could not speak because of her excitement at reaching the final of Britain's Got Talent (Syco/Thames)

Schoolgirl singer Beau Dermott has stormed into the final of Britain's Got Talent after winning the public vote.

1:35am Thursday 26 May 2016

Unemployment and austerity 'linked to 260,000 extra cancer deaths around world'

The study looked at fatality rates for treatable cancers such as breast cancer

Hundreds of thousands of cancer deaths around the world may have occurred as a result of the great recession of 2008, experts claim.

1:35am Thursday 26 May 2016

Police system for missing children 'dangerous and should be scrapped'

Under guidance introduced in 2013, when forces received a report that a child is missing they can class them as either "missing" or "absent"

At least 10,000 children could be at "terrible risk" because they are effectively off the police radar when they go missing, a major new inquiry has warned.

12:24am Thursday 26 May 2016

Cameron 'vote for your life' plea to young amid tight EU poll result fears

Prime Minister David Cameron has announced a drive to urge young people to register to vote

David Cameron has announced a drive to urge young people to register to vote i n a clear sign of concern on the Remain side about a tight result in the referendum on Britain's membership of the EU.

12:24am Thursday 26 May 2016

EU vital for countering terrorism threat, says Blunkett

Home Secretary David Blunkett delivers his keynote speech to the Labour Party Conference in Bournemouth. Blunkett  signalled further action to curb gun crime if Labour gains a third term of office. *  Mr Blunkett told Labour's conference: Two terms in off

The European Union is an essential element in countering the threat of terrorism, former cabinet minister David Blunkett is warning.

12:24am Thursday 26 May 2016

Brexit would put pensions at risk, David Cameron tells older voters

The Prime Minister says leaving the EU "would put pensions at risk"

Workers should brace themselves for a less comfortable retirement if Britain leaves the EU, David Cameron said as the fight for the support of older voters intensified.

12:24am Thursday 26 May 2016

Remain camp 'must better explain why UK must stay in EU'

Lord Sugar has warned the Remain campaign must do a better job of explaining why Britain needs to stay in the EU

Lord Sugar - the Government's newly appointed Enterprise Tsar - has warned the Remain campaign must do a better job of explaining why Britain needs to stay in the EU.

12:24am Thursday 26 May 2016

Ministers warned over changing pensions law to save Tata UK steel business

Sajid Javid - pictured talking to Tata Steel workers in Port Talbot - is due to update MPs after returning from Mumbai

Ministers have been warned not to rush into far-reaching changes to pensions law in an attempt to save the Indian conglomerate Tata's UK steel-making assets.

12:24am Thursday 26 May 2016

NHS shells out £820m per year on older patients bed-blocking, says NAO report

The NHS is shelling out 820 million pounds per year due to delays discharging older patients from hospital when they no longer need care, a report says

Delays in discharging older patients from hospital when they no longer need care is costing the NHS in England more than £800 million a year, a new report has concluded.

12:24am Thursday 26 May 2016
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