Donald Tusk: We need to see progress from UK within 10 days on all Brexit issues

Theresa May has been given 10 days to offer further concessions on issues including the Brexit divorce bill and the complex matter of the Northern Irish border if she wants European Union leaders to agree to trade talks.

Mr Burnham said the actual cost to local councils, emergency services and NHS facilities is at least £17 million (PA)

Burnham: PM’s £12m offer for Manchester Arena bombing costs ‘not good enough’

Theresa May has made an offer to pay for the costs of this year’s Manchester Arena bombing which falls £5 million short of what local authorities say is needed.

The scene in Liverpool after the brawl (@itsleaaaah/PA)

Police release 26 German men arrested after violent street brawl in Liverpool

Twenty-six German men who were arrested after a violent brawl broke out in Liverpool have been released, police said.

A set of medals that were awarded to Vice Admiral Gordon Campbell sold for a world record price (PA)

War hero’s relative buys Victoria Cross and other medals for record £840,000

The relative of a war hero has bought his great-uncle’s Victoria Cross and other medals for £840,000 so they can be shared with the public.

Public Health England reminded people to be prepared ahead of the cold weather (PA)

Met Office issues weather warning as temperatures set to drop

People have been warned to prepare for cold weather as ice and snow is set to hit the country.

Eddie Gilfoyle had launched a new legal action in a long-running fight to have his conviction overturned (Max Nash/PA)

Man who served 18 years loses latest round of fight to overturn conviction

A man who served 18 years behind bars for the murder of his heavily-pregnant wife has lost the latest round of a long-running fight to have his conviction overturned.

Ms Dugdale has said the ITV show seemed like an ''amazing opportunity to talk to millions of people about the Labour Party (PA)

Scottish Labour leader ‘disappointed’ at Kezia Dugdale’s jungle jaunt

Scottish Labour’s new leader has said he does not think Kezia Dugdale’s appearance on I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here! is “a good way of getting across the message of socialism on television”.

Continued membership of the single market was the most popular option for Britain after Brexit, with 24% backing this outcome (PA)

‘No deal’ viewed as most likely outcome of Brexit negotiations, poll finds

Just over one in 10 British voters (11%) thinks the UK should leave the European Union without a deal, according to a new survey.

There were reports of people running out of the Tube station  (PA)

Police investigate cause of panic among thousands in central London

Police are investigating what caused panic among thousands of rush-hour commuters and Black Friday shoppers in the heart of central London.

Olympic gold medallist Chris Boardman insisted that helmets do not provide a major boost to safety (PA)

No justification for making helmets compulsory, say cycling campaigners

Cycling campaigners say they would strongly oppose any move to make helmets compulsory following comments by transport minister Jesse Norman.

Michael Gove said the Government will ensure that there is no gap in the operation of the law (PA)

Michael Gove attacks social media users over animal sentience vote claims

Environment Secretary Michael Gove has hit out at social media users who wrongly claimed MPs voted against treating animals as sentient beings.

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall present Michael Owen with a prize (Chris Jackson/PA)

Charles remembers his jockey days as Michael Owen rides into second place

The Prince of Wales has reminisced about his days as an amateur jockey after congratulating former England striker Michael Owen on his first race.

Jim Booth, seen here dancing with the Duchess of Cornwall in 2015, was attacked (PA)

D-Day veteran, 96, remains in serious condition after claw hammer attack at home

A D-Day veteran who previously danced with the Duchess of Cornwall remains in a serious condition in hospital following a suspected claw hammer attack.

The RSPCA were called by Big Bus Tours to help catch the fox (RSPCA/PA)

Fox hitches ride on sightseeing tour bus around London

Sightseers on an open top bus tour of London found themselves sharing the experience with an unusual fellow traveller – a free-riding fox.

The Duchess of Cambridge attending the Royal Variety Performance at the London Palladium (Eddie Mulholland/Daily Telegraph/PA Wire)

Pregnant Kate dazzles at Royal Variety Performance despite police incident

The Duchess of Cambridge took the limelight at the Royal Variety Show despite the presence of stars such as Louis Tomlinson and Paloma Faith.

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Insurer Aviva hailed for new equal parental leave policy

FTSE 100 insurer Aviva is offering equal parental leave for men and women, offering six months pay across the board in a move that is meant to eradicate career impediments for female staff.

Katie Rough was smothered and then slashed with a knife in a York park (North Yorks Police/PA)

Teenager who killed Katie in ‘utter tragedy’ could be released in five years

A teenager who killed a seven-year-old girl in a park has been told she could be released from detention after five years by a judge who said: “The utter tragedy and devastation of all this needs no emphasis.”

Uber was challenged over how it classified its drivers (PA)

Uber to make Supreme Court appeal after losing driver employment rights case

Taxi firm Uber is to appeal to the Supreme Court after losing a case over the employment rights of drivers.

Shoppers wait outside the entrance to leading games retailer GAME in Westfield shopping centre in Stratford ahead of a Black Friday event (Rick Findler/PA)

Black Friday frenzy as bargain-hunters loosen the purse strings

Black Friday has kicked off the predicted biggest ever weekend of shopping in the UK with consumers expected to spend almost £8 billion on deals over the next four days.

The shop layout came under criticism during a Lords debate (PA)

Wheelchair users ‘cannot get round many WH Smith stores’

Wheelchair users “cannot get round” many WHSmith stores because the aisles are crammed with extra baskets, peers have heard.

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