‘Hundreds of refugees’ in Calais area despite Jungle clearance a year ago

Hundreds of refugees and migrants are believed to be in Calais and the surrounding area, a year after the Jungle camp was razed.

Police warned the teenager is vulnerable (Joe Giddens/PA)

Concerns growing for vulnerable teenager missing in London since Saturday

Concerns are growing for the welfare of a vulnerable 15-year-old boy missing in London for nearly 36 hours.

Business leaders are calling for a Brexit transition deal to be agreed 'as soon as possible' (Stefan Rousseau/PA)

Brexit transition deal needed as soon as possible, business leaders urge

Business leaders are calling for a Brexit transition deal to be agreed “as soon as possible” as firms are preparing to make “serious decisions” with consequences for jobs and investment early next year.

(Julien Behal/PA)

Don’t ask your GP for antibiotics, campaigners urge

People are being urged not to ask their doctor for antibiotics as part of a new campaign aimed at tackling growing resistance to the drugs.

The amount of breweries has surged to a level not seen since the 1930s (Hannah McKay/PA)

Breweries break through 2,000 barrier amid craft beer boom

The number of breweries has broken through the 2,000 barrier for the first time since the 1930s, a new study reveals.

People driving older, more polluting petrol and the dirtiest diesel vehicles in London will pay the new T-Charge and the Congestion Charge (Dominic Lipinski/PA)

Drivers of most-polluting vehicles in London face £21.50 daily charge

Drivers of the most-polluting vehicles will face a daily charge of £21.50 to enter central London.

The Welsh Government is planning to introduce a minimum unit price for alcohol (Rui Vieira/PA)

Welsh Government unveils law to set minimum price for alcohol

A new law that will introduce a minimum price for the sale of alcohol in Wales has been unveiled by the Welsh Government.

Secretary of State for International Trade Liam Fox. (Joe Giddens/PA)

EU will complicate trade talks if it aims to punish UK for leaving, says Fox

Brexit talks on a future trade relationship will only be complicated if the European Union decides to “punish Britain for having the audacity” to leave, Liam Fox has said.

Police at the scene at Bermuda Park in Nuneaton (Aaron Chown/PA)

Police quiz suspected hostage-taker after bowling alley gun siege

Detectives are questioning a suspected hostage-taker as they try to establish why two men were held at gun point in a four-hour bowling alley siege.

Theresa May during Friday's EU summit in Brussels (Virginia Mayo/AP)

Juncker aide accuses May’s ex-policy chief of ‘false’ claims on Brussels dinner

A senior aide to Jean-Claude Juncker has hit back after being accused of leaking sensitive details of a dinner between the Prime Minister and the European Commission chief.

Damaged buildings in Raqqa, Syria, after Syrian Democratic Forces took control (Gabriel Chaim/AP)

Minister’s position on killing British IS fighters ‘in almost every case’ backed

A minister who said the only way of dealing with British Islamic State fighters in Syria is to kill them in almost every case was speaking in line with the Government’s stated position, a spokesman said.

The Chancellor will announce the Budget on November 22 (Lauren Hurley/PA)

Voting against Budget to upset Hammond would be ‘deeply irresponsible’, MPs told

Tory MPs have been warned that voting against the Budget in a bid to oust under-fire Chancellor Philip Hammond would be “deeply irresponsible”.

Police at the scene at Bermuda Park in Nuneaton (Aaron Chown/PA)

Police arrest gunman who held two members of staff hostage at bowling alley

A gunman who held two members of staff hostage at a bowling alley in Warwickshire has been arrested.

The incident happened at Newcastle House in Bradford (Danny Lawson/PA)

Resident tells of desperate bid to save toddler in sixth-floor window fall

A traumatised resident in a block of flats where a toddler fell on to cobbles from a sixth-floor window has spoken of the desperate attempts to save him.

A UK Typex machine is on display at the Codebreakers and Groundbreakers' exhibition (The Fitzwilliam Museum/PA)

Wartime codebreaker Alan Turing’s school report goes on show at museum

Second World War codebreaker Alan Turing’s school report, encouraging him to provide “sound knowledge rather than vague ideas”, is to go on public display for the first time.

What the papers say - October 23

What the papers say – October 23

Speculation over Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Autumn Budget, Brexit and gender identity issues provide fodder for Monday’s papers.

Boris Johnson will praise Rex Tillerson for opening the door to dialogue with Kim Jong-un (Chris J Ratcliffe/PA)

Stay with Iran nuclear deal, Boris Johnson to urge Donald Trump

Boris Johnson will urge Donald Trump to show the “far-sightedness” not to quit the Iran nuclear deal, arguing it illustrates the kind of “diplomatic imagination” that could solve the North Korea crisis.

(Yui Mok/PA)

Man charged with murdering woman, 80, at her Merseyside home

A man has been charged with the murder of an 80-year-old woman at her home on Merseyside.

Beekeepers are concerned about the effects of pesticides and climate change (Katie Collins/PA)

Beekeepers’ honey yield down on last year as decline in crop continues

Beekeepers have raised concerns over the future of honeybees as an annual survey showed a “steady decline” in the honey crop.

Theresa May pledged to "dedicate" her premiership to fixing Britain's housing crisis earlier this month (Lauren Hurley/PA)

Communities Secretary calls for borrowing to invest in building new homes

A senior Cabinet minister has said the Government should borrow money to invest in hundreds of thousands of new homes in what appears to be a significant shift in Conservative thinking.

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