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Nadiya Hussain describes her awkward moment on The Graham Norton Show

Bake Off fame can create awkward moments, says Nadiya Hussain

Judge Len Goodman said he had 'lots of qualms' about the television dance competition before it started

Strictly Come Dancing's Len Goodman worried show 'might be a mickey take'

Many internet users do not have sufficient online security

Cyber threat underestimated despite risks as high as burglary, survey shows

Suffolk Constabulary said they were called to two incidents within 15 minutes of each other

Youth arrested in double murder probe after death of man and teenager

Some 756 million pounds was generated from parking by local authorities in England during the 2015/16 financial year, research found

Councils' £756m parking charges surplus represents 9% rise - study

Heavy smokers are particularly at risk of lung cancer

Lung cancer test may show signs of disease up to five years before scan

Childline receives calls every day from children who are self-harming (Childline/PA)

Social media helping fuel nation of 'deeply unhappy' children, says NSPCC

Counting begins for the Sleaford and North Hykeham by-election at One NK in North Hykeham, Lincolnshire.

Ballots counted in Sleaford and North Hykeham by-election

Boris Johnson will deliver a keynote speech at a major regional conference in Bahrain on Friday before heading to Saudi Arabia on Sunday

Boris Johnson to visit Middle East after Saudi Arabia 'proxy wars' comments

Nadiya Hussain during filming of The Graham Norton Show

Bake Off fame can create awkward moments, says Nadiya Hussain

Usdaw claims M&S staff recently signed new contracts 'with worse terms and conditions, under duress'

Union hits out at £2m bonus for M&S chief while staff face 'enforced pay cuts'

The norovirus (Centres for Disease Control and Prevention/PA)

Norovirus cases higher than in last five winters

Suffolk Constabulary said they were called to two incidents within 15 minutes of each other

Youth arrested in Ipswich double murder probe after death of man and teenager

Labour MP Yvette Cooper said immigration is one of the most important issues facing our country and will be central to the Brexit deal

Immigration inquiry MPs to tour UK and gather views at public meetings

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Human rights lawyer Phil Shiner faces being struck off after admitting misconduct allegations

Phil Shiner 'should apologise to Iraq veterans' after admitting misconduct

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Victoria Ayling, the Ukip candidate in the Sleaford and North Hykeham by-election, on the campaign trail with Nigel Farage

Polls close in Sleaford and North Hykeham by-election

Theresa May headed off a potential Tory rebellion in the Commons vote after conceding to set out the direction Brexit negotiations will take

Labour under fire after most MPs back Theresa May's Brexit timetable

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Independent MP Michelle Thomson revealed in the Commons that she was raped at 14

MP Michelle Thomson moves House to tears with rape 'survivor' story

Spy chief Alex Younger said the scale of the terror threat is 'unprecedented'

'Highly organised' IS plotting terror attacks on UK from Syria, warns MI6 chief

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The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge arrive for the annual evening reception for members of the Diplomatic Corps at Buckingham Palace

Queen and duchesses in glittering finery for Diplomatic Corps reception

Labour MP Luciana Berger, centre, told the court in a victim impact statement about the impact of the abuse on her life

Troll gets maximum jail term for harassing MP as judge recalls Jo Cox murder

All Southern services will be halted for three days next week by the strike action

Southern Railway owners lose High Court bid to avert strike action

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson

Johnson's Saudi Arabia 'proxy wars' comment a personal view, not policy - May

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Ricky Gervais urged X Factor contestants to learn a trade

Talent shows like X Factor destroying people, warns Ricky Gervais

Violence against the person offences were the likeliest to be related to domestic abuse

Domestic abuse related to roughly 10% of crimes recorded by police

Greg Lake (left) with Keith Emerson and Carl Palmer

Rock star Carl Palmer's 'sadness' as ELP bandmate Greg Lake dies at 69

National Grid will return £4 billion to shareholders after the gas pipe network deal

Control of National Grid gas pipe network sold to overseas consortium

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Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley said the last six months have been tough

Sports Direct profits hit by sterling collapse but Ashley still buys jet

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Dale Vince said green gas offers an alternative to fracking

Firm aims to generate 'green gas' at sites planned for fracking

Dan Jarvis said the closure of children's centres was very concerning

Number of Sure Start children's centres closing rises every year since 2010

The knife used to murder Elizabeth Edwards and her 13-year-old daughter Katie (Lincolnshire Police/PA)

Teenagers jailed for life after murders should be named in reports, says judge

McCafferty was arrested in Belfast by the Police Service of Northern Ireland after walking into a police station

Ex-football coach Jim McCafferty to face court on child sex charge

Men who have experienced such circumstances are being invited to complete an online survey anonymously (Picture posed by model)

Men sought for study into 'forced sex' cases

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Kim Kardashian was reported to want a divorce

Divorce not on cards for Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, says close friend

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The giraffe, the world's tallest land mammal, has been classed as vulnerable to extinction

Giraffes in danger of extinction as population plunges by up to 40%

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The UK is one of only five countries to commit to a UN target of donating 0.7% of its GDP to foreign aid

Aid department examining contractor spending after figure soars to £1bn

Scientists at the University of Oxford found up to one in 11 cases of psychosis may involve a condition where antibodies attack the brain

Sufferers of psychotic illnesses 'may have treatable immune disorder'

The typical waiting time has increased by just over a week, from 5.5 weeks in April 2012 to 6.6 weeks in April 2016, figures showed

Patients waiting week longer to see consultant than four years ago, experts warn

A report has identified more than 400 claims of police officers abusing their authority for sexual gain over two years

Hundreds of police accused of abusing power for sexual gain, watchdog reveals

SANDWICH, ENGLAND - AUGUST 17:  The Pfizer Pharmaceutical company logo is displayed at Discovery Park, on August 17, 2011 in Sandwich, England. The government has announced today locations for several new "enterprise zones" across the England in

Drug firms fined for overcharging NHS

Paul Hollywood with former The Great British Bake Off colleagues Sue Perkins, Mary Berry and Mel Giedroyc

Great British Bake Off to remain 'exactly the same' after Channel 4 move

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Three members of Osama bin Laden family died in crash at Surrey airport

Bin Laden family killed in private jet travelling 40% too fast, probe concludes

Lynne Sandford with her son Michael

British man 'terrified' over sentencing in Donald Trump gun incident

Junk food advertising is to be banned from non-broadcast media targeted at children under new restrictions

Ban on junk food ads aimed at children extended to online and social media

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Keira Knightley appeared on the Jonathan Ross Show.

Keira Knightley's toddler turned air blue after Trump won election

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Rag'n'Bone Man will be presented with the Critics' Choice Award at the Brit Awards nominations launch event on January 14

Rag'n'Bone Man named winner of Brits' Critics' Choice Award

Gladiator star Russell Crowe

Russell Crowe will face no charges over assault claims, say US prosecutors

Boy George has previously appeared as a coach in the UK version of the show

Boy George to be judge on The Voice Australia

Footage has emerged of the Foreign Secretary lumping Saudi Arabia in with Iran when he raised concerns about "puppeteering" in the Middle East

Saudi Arabia 'playing proxy wars' in Middle East, says Boris Johnson

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