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Ice Maidens become first all-female group to cross Antarctica
Six British soldiers have become the first all-female group to cross the Antarctic using nothing but muscle power.
Mary Lou McDonald: New Sinn Fein boss says Irish unity 'best solution'
Mary Lou McDonald, who has been nominated as Sinn Fein's new leader, says a united Ireland is "not a pipe dream" and "is the road we're are on".
British Airways pilot suspected of being drunk arrested at Gatwick airport
A British Airways pilot suspected of being drunk was arrested at Gatwick airport on Thursday evening, it has emerged.
Zombies and Kinks bassist Jim Rodford dies
The Zombies bassist Jim Rodford has died aged 76 after a fall, just six days after his final performance.
Young parents 'being pushed to breaking point' says survey
A new survey paints a worrying picture of the pressures on young parents.
James Brokenshire: Former Northern Ireland Secretary recovering from lung surgery
Former Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire is recovering after having lung surgery.
Ed Sheeran is engaged to girlfriend Cherry Seaborn
Singer Ed Sheeran has announced he is engaged to girlfriend Cherry Seaborn.
John Worboys: Government will not seek review of black cab rapist's release
Black cab rapist John Worboys could be freed within weeks after the Government decided not to challenge his release.
Nigel Farage 'slipped Julian Assange a data stick in secret', says investigator
Brexiteer Nigel Farage is alleged to have slipped a USB stick containing data to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange during a secret trip to the Ecuadorian embassy.
Sky sources: Carillion collapsed with £5bn of financial liabilities
Carillion, the bankrupt construction group, had financial liabilities worth about £5bn when it went bust this week, according to the most extreme calculation of its obligations to tens of thousands of pension scheme members.