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30% of health professionals refuse to be named on drug firm payments database

Nearly one in three health professionals have refused to be named over payments they received from drug firms.

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Battle of the Somme's legacy 'should be work towards reconciliation'

The Battle of the Somme's legacy should see people working towards reconciliation to ensure today's children never endure what the First World War soldiers faced, the Bishop of London has said.

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Ozone layer over Antarctica on the mend, scientists say

The hole in the ozone layer over Antarctica appears to be healing, say scientists.

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Sterling drops after Bank of England governor hints at interest rate cut

Sterling has plunged by more than 1% after Bank of England governor Mark Carney signalled interest rates could be cut over the summer to help boost the UK economy.

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Corbyn under fire for 'offensive' comments at anti-Semitism event

Jeremy Corbyn made "offensive" comments at the launch of a Labour party inquiry into anti-Semitism, t he Chief Rabbi has said.

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Woman wins Court of Appeal ruling over dead daughter's frozen eggs

A woman who wants to use her daughter's frozen eggs to give birth to her own grandchild has won a Court of Appeal battle.

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Heather Watson: I looked at Twitter abuse to punish myself after Wimbledon loss

British tennis player Heather Watson has said she looked at Twitter abuse to "punish" herself after losing in the first round at Wimbledon.

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Trumptonshire creator Gordon Murray dies aged 95

The BBC has led tributes to Gordon Murray, creator and puppeteer of the Trumptonshire series, who has died at the age of 95.

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Record number of women terror suspects arrested

A record number of women terror suspects were arrested in Britain in 2015/16, official figures have revealed.

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'Exemplary' Wales fans praised ahead of Euro 2016 quarter-final

Welsh fans have been praised for their "exemplary" behaviour at Euro 2016 ahead of Friday's quarter-final clash with Belgium.

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Jupiter 'puts on firework party' before arrival of space probe Juno

Jupiter, the king of planets, appears to be wearing a crown of blazing light in a stunning new image from the Hubble Space Telescope.

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Government adopts target for 57% reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by 2030

The Government has adopted climate targets which will require cuts to greenhouse gas emissions of 57% by 2030.

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Charles' household awaits impact of Brexit vote on official duties

The Prince of Wales' household is waiting to see what impact the UK's decision to leave the European Union will have on the official work of the heir to the throne, a royal source has said.

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Quit for your party's sake, Labour MPs tell Jeremy Corbyn

Beleaguered Jeremy Corbyn is facing the prospect of most of his MPs voting to oust him as Labour's bitter civil war threatens to tear the party apart.

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Andy Murray takes on Liam Broady at Wimbledon in all-British showdown

Wimbledon is set for an all-British showdown as Andy Murray takes on Liam Broady on Centre Court.

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David Cameron to face EU leaders for first time since Brexit vote

David Cameron is to face leaders of other EU states for the first time since the referendum vote for Brexit, as he travels to Brussels for what is likely to be his last European Council summit as Prime Minister.

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More women at risk of ovarian cancer should get surgery, researchers say

The number of cases of ovarian cancer could be reduced if more at-risk women were offered pre-emptive surgery, experts have said.

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Not so nice in Nice as England crash out to minnows Iceland

England have crashed out of Euro 2016 after going down 2-1 to Iceland - leading Roy Hodgson to quit his role as Three Lions manager.

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Nicola Sturgeon seeking support for Scottish EU talks

Nicola Sturgeon will today seek backing from the Scottish Parliament to pursue talks aimed at protecting Scotland's place in the European Union.

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Opportunity as well as risk from Brexit, Sajid Javid to tell business leaders

The Business Secretary will on Tuesday chair the first meeting of business leaders since the EU Referendum result.

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