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Man dies after being crushed by pop-up telescopic urinal in London's West End

Man dies after being crushed by pop-up telescopic urinal in London's West End

A maintenance worker in central London has died after being crushed by a hydraulic telescopic urinal - one that's kept underground during the day and kept out overnight.

What we buried has emerged to haunt us - the leaking landfills on our coasts

What we buried has emerged to haunt us - the leaking landfills on our coasts

Take a walk along the north side of the Thames estuary near Tilbury and all seems well - white egrets paddling beside the fields, crumbling forts and pillboxes defending us from past invaders.

Andrew Tate: Snapshot of controversial influencer's potential earnings revealed

Andrew Tate: Snapshot of controversial influencer's potential earnings revealed

Influencer Andrew Tate gained many of his millions of followers by telling them he's rich - and he'll make them rich too.

Long Johnson is still plaguing the Tories - Sunak needs to take decisive action | Adam Boulton

Long Johnson is still plaguing the Tories - Sunak needs to take decisive action | Adam Boulton

Those worried about the health of British politics have diagnosed a new disease at Westminster.

Faction of Tory members feel 'disconnected' after being 'denied a vote' when Sunak became PM

Faction of Tory members feel 'disconnected' after being 'denied a vote' when Sunak became PM

A proportion of Conservative members feel "disconnected" from the party as they were "denied a vote" when Rishi Sunak became prime minister, a former Tory chairman said.

Serving member of British Army charged with terror and explosives offences

Serving member of British Army charged with terror and explosives offences

A serving member of the British Army has been charged with terror and explosives offences, the Metropolitan Police said.

Almost half of working age households 'behind on or struggling with housing costs'

Almost half of working age households 'behind on or struggling with housing costs'

Almost half of working age households reported being either behind on or struggling with housing-related costs, according to a think tank.

'It's been a real wild journey': Raye on cutting ties, singing her blues, and confronting past trauma

'It's been a real wild journey': Raye on cutting ties, singing her blues, and confronting past trauma

Raye is gaining her power back. Not just from the industry that made her feel "mediocre" for so many years, but over past traumas she kept bottled up for a long time.

British teenager whose videos were linked to two mass murders in US is jailed

British teenager whose videos were linked to two mass murders in US is jailed

A British teenage extremist has been jailed after his far-right videos were linked to two mass murders in the US.

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