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Blair and May clash over Brexit as he warns PM not to 'steamroller' MPs
Tony Blair has hit back at criticism from the prime minister, warning her that it would be irresponsible to try and "steamroller" her Brexit agreement through.
Where do former prime ministers and ex-party leaders stand on Brexit?
Tony Blair and Theresa May have been embroiled in a public row after she accused him of "undermining" the EU divorce talks by calling for a second Brexit referendum.
Boy, 5, dies after house fire that killed girl and woman in Nottinghamshire
A five-year-old boy rescued from a house fire in Nottinghamshire has died in hospital, police say.
Chester Zoo fire: Birds, frogs, fish and insects killed in blaze
Chester Zoo says it is "devastated" after birds, frogs, fish and insects were killed in a fire at the attraction.
Butcher offers free Christmas dinners to people struggling with Universal Credit
A West Yorkshire butcher is offering free Christmas dinners to people struggling with delays to Universal Credit payments.
New £50 note should feature ethnic minority figure, say campaigners
Pressure is growing on Bank of England governor Mark Carney to choose an historic figure from a black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) background for the new £50 note.
Police visit Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson after troubling Instagram post
Police have confirmed Pete Davidson is safe after the Saturday Night Live star posted an unsettling message on Instagram.
Vladimir Putin says Russia must control 'degrading' rap music
Russian President Vladimir Putin has said he wants to control the popularity of rap music so that it does not lead to "the degradation of the nation".
Severn bridges tolls scrapped in time for Christmas
Motorists are to be granted a welcome early Christmas present as journeys over the Severn bridges get set to go free for the first time in 52 years.
Nations overcome divisions to agree global climate pact rules
Almost 200 countries have overcome political divisions to agree a set of rules for implementing the 2015 Paris climate accord - but critics say it is not ambitious enough to prevent the effects of global warming.