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Police raids as Westminster terror suspect's route revealed
Police are searching addresses in the Midlands after a man smashed his car into barriers near Parliament in a suspected terror attack - and have also revealed details of the driver's journey.
Westminster attack witness: I chased terror suspect after he sent woman 'flying onto bonnet'
A man has described how he jumped off his bike and chased after the Westminster terror suspect after the car "rammed" a group of about 15 cyclists, sending one woman flying up on the bonnet.
Ben Stokes cleared of affray outside Bristol nightclub
England cricketer Ben Stokes has been found not guilty of affray following a fight outside a nightclub.
Tory MP demands sleaze probe into Jeremy Corbyn's wreath trip
Jeremy Corbyn has been reported to Parliament's sleaze watchdog, accused of failing to declare his controversial wreath-laying trip to Tunisia or reveal who paid for it.
Homebase to close 42 stores, putting 1,500 jobs at risk
DIY retailer Homebase is set to close 42 stores, putting around 1,500 jobs at risk.
Homebase closures: Is your local store to go?
Homebase has revealed the locations of the 42 stores it is planning to close, placing 1,500 jobs at risk.
Sky Data poll: Public would prefer council services cuts to tax increases
Most Britons would prefer to cut council services to the legal minimum rather than see council tax increases, a Sky Data poll reveals.
Unemployment hits lowest level in 40 years
Unemployment fell by 65,000 between April and June to 1.36 million, the lowest for more than 40 years, official figures show.
EU must 'change its approach' to avoid a no-deal Brexit, Jeremy Hunt says
The EU needs to "change its approach" to avoid a no-deal Brexit, Jeremy Hunt has said.
BT Group sounds out ex-Ofcom chief Carter about CEO role
BT Group has approached Lord Carter, the former Ofcom boss, about replacing Gavin Patterson as chief executive of Britain's largest telecoms company.