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Five different ways to keep warm this winter including fleeced sheets and more
Five ways to keep warm this winter for under £10 as the Met Office warns the likelihood of a colder three month period this winter is greater than normalSee the Story
HMRC Website: users complain of Universal Credit website not functioning ahead of Christmas bonus payment schedule
Users of the HMRC's Universal Credit portal found themselves having difficulty navigating the website on Tuesday evening. Access to the Universal Credit system requires two-factor authentication with a text message passcode submitted to the recipient. For many, that passcode system was not sending out the form of authentication within the 15 minute allocated time, while for others it took an entire day to receive the then out of date passcode.See the Story
Bognor Regis residents pay their respects on Remembrance Sunday - in pictures
Several parades of Remembrance were held in Milton Keynes as the city stopped to remember fallen service men and women. One of the most spectacular displays of tribute was held in Bletchley where a large scale parade moved through the town. A parade was also held in Newport Pagnell with British Royal Legion members marching towards the war memorial.See the Story
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Met Office issues weather warning for fog as travel faces disruption
Met Office has issued a weather warning for fog that could lead to travel disruption on Thursday morning. Fog can cause difficult driving conditions and slower journey times with delays to bus and train services. Forecast also includes outbreaks of rain and drizzle moving eastwards across Northern Ireland, Scotland and the far north of England.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 4 sources
Harry Dunn · London
Anne Sacoolas to be sentenced for killing teen motorcyclist Harry Dunn
Anne Sacoolas, 45, was handed an eight-month suspended prison sentence on Thursday. She caused the death of British motorcyclist Harry Dunn in 2019. Dunn's mother Charlotte Charles feels justice has been served after more than a three-year wait. The judge gave her a prison sentence and suspended her from driving.See the Story
41% Left coverage: 17 sources
Europe · London
The Great British Bake Off: Matt Lucas 'passing the baguette' on to someone else as he leaves TV show
Matt Lucas has said he is "passing the baguette on to someone else" as he announced his departure from The Great British Bake Off. He said it had been a "delicious experience" and could not imagine a "more fun way" of spending his summers. The comedian, 48, has co-hosted the programme for three series, but says he is struggling to fit it in alongside other projects.See the Story
51% Left coverage: 35 sources
Europe · London
'We're happy to confirm beer is not a fruit nor a vegetable': BrewDog reacts as advert banned
A BrewDog advert has been banned over a "tongue-in-cheek" claim that its fruit-flavoured beers are "one of your five a day". An email to customers dated 20 July featured the phrase as a subject heading. It promoted beers with names that included Lost In Guava, Pineapple Punch, and Lost In Lychee & Lime. One person who got the email complained that the five-a-day claim was misleading.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 12 sources