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Prostate cancer to be targeted using frozen needles guided by MRI

Doctors will for the first time in the UK use a new "precision" treatment to target prostate cancer using frozen needles guided by magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

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Father who took daughter on term-time holiday found guilty of rules breach

A father who fought a long-running legal battle over taking his child on a term-time holiday was on Friday found guilty over the unauthorised trip.

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Ofsted chief: Promoting British values in schools can help fight extremism

Schools can play a "crucial" role in combating extremism in the wake of recent terrorist attacks by promoting tolerance and British values, the head of Ofsted has said.

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Rivers and streams 'risk drying up as too much water pumped out'

More than half the chalk streams and a quarter of rivers in England are at risk of drying out as too much water is being pumped out of them, wildlife experts have warned.

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Duke of Edinburgh accompanies Queen to event after hospital treatment

The Duke of Edinburgh has accompanied the Queen to a Guards Polo Club event, three days after being discharged from hospital for treatment for an infection.

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Jeremy Corbyn suggests Labour's £10 living wage pledge would cover 16-year-olds

Jeremy Corbyn has suggested that Labour's £10 an hour living wage pledge would also apply to 16-year-old workers, signalling a major rise on the current rates.

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Ex-archbishop of Canterbury resigns from honorary role after church abuse review

Former archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey has resigned from an honorary role he held within the Church of England after a damning review into the handling of the case of a bishop who abused young men.

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Inquest halted for police to re-investigate death of 11-month-old Sophie Burgess

An inquest has been halted part-way through proceedings to allow police to re-investigate the death of an 11-month-old girl, who died after being given a fatal drug overdose in hospital.

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British man dies while hiking up UAE mountain in extreme heat

A British man has died while hiking up a mountain in the desert heat in the United Arab Emirates.

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Tally of high-rise buildings to fail cladding safety test rises to 34

Some 34 high-rise buildings in 17 local authorities across the country have failed fire cladding safety tests in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster, the Government has said.

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Hospital treats up to 11 children who took anti-anxiety drug in car park

Up to 11 children have been treated in hospital after taking an anti-anxiety drug in a city park, according to police.

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Queen's fuchsia-coloured hat earns Royal Ascot punters thousands

The Queen was pretty in pink for Royal Ascot racegoers who correctly guessed the colour of her hat.

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Southern Railway passengers warned of more disruption as overtime ban looms

The group behind strike-hit Southern Railway has warned over fresh disruption for long-suffering passengers ahead of next week's planned union action.

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Search operation carried out after large cliff fall in East Sussex

Rescuers have carried out a search operation after a large cliff fall although no-one was reported missing.

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Queen takes part in Ascot procession after dash from State Opening of Parliament

The Queen has taken part in the traditional Royal Ascot carriage procession - completing her dash from the State Opening of Parliament.

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Man denies killing two former girlfriends five years apart

A "possessive, controlling" man killed two of his ex-girlfriends five years apart, with their deaths recorded at the time as being caused by accidental or natural causes, a court heard.

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Delayed Southern Railway report 'highlighted important safety work'

A report for the Government on Southern Railway was ready for publication in April and covered important health and safety-related work that has been postponed, it is being claimed.

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Free runner died after sticking head out between train carriages, inquest told

A popular free runner died when he suffered "catastrophic" head injuries after he stuck his head out between the carriages of a Paris Metro train to take a selfie with his phone, an inquest has heard.

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Shoreham air disaster: Criminal investigation into pilot almost complete

The criminal investigation into the pilot involved in the Shoreham air disaster is "95% complete", police have said.

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Renewable energy programme to examine impact on sea life

A £3 million renewable energy study programme based in Scotland is set to shed new light on how the industry impacts the lives of dolphins and other sea life.

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