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GPs have warned of a recruitment problem

GPs warn of 'unrealistic' plans for seven-day practices

Bono has added his voice to calls for action to help refugees

Bono joins chorus for refugees as U2 kick off European leg of tour

Vince Cable has lifted the lid on working with the Tories - describing them as "collectively appalling, with ugly tribal prejudices".

Vince Cable hits out at 'ugly tribal prejudices' of Tories in memoir

The woman will reappear at Southwark Crown Court

'Syria-bound' woman charged with child abuction refuses to stand before judge

British sailor Andrew Ashman, 49, who died after being hit by a sail. (onEdition/PA)

British sailor Andrew Ashman dies after being hit by sail amid yacht race

A Police van is parked outside Spalding House in Brockley, south-east London, where a 17-year-old was fatally stabbed

Teenagers held after fatal stabbing in south-east London

Zahera Tariq's hearing is set for Camberwell Green Magistrates' Court

Woman detained amid fears of trip to Syria charged with child abduction

Two of the three arrested men were held on suspicion of murder

Three men held by detectives investigating street stabbing murder

The contract signed by the Beatles which bound them to their legendary manager Brian Epstein is being offered for sale at Sotheby's Rock and Pop auction on September 29 (Sotherby's/PA)

Beatles for sale: Contract expected to fetch £500,000

Mary McAleese said people in Ireland, Britain and across Europe are eager to help those in need

Mary McAleese: I was a refugee on my own island

Shianne Phillips takes part in the audition stage for the ITV1 talent show The X Factor (ITV/PA)

Rita Ora's tears over X Factor big decision

The Duke of Edinburgh, the Queen and the Prince of Wales attended last year's Braemar Gathering

Queen ready to host Braemar Gathering

Peter Andre (centre) is confident he can resist temptation during his stint on Strictly Come Dancing

Strictly Come Dancing returns with 15 celebrities vying for glitterball

An Austrian police officer watches as Syrian refugees walk to police cars as they arrive at the border between Hungary/Austria border (AP)

Council chiefs call for resources to cope with influx of Syria refugees

Virgin Trains said anyone delayed by more than 30 minutes can apply for compensation

Rail passengers delayed 'after cable theft caused signalling problems'

Daniel Baldwin is evicted from the house during the latest series of Celebrity Big Brother at Elstree Studios, Borehamwood.

Daniel Baldwin evicted from Celebrity Big Brother

The light aircraft that crashed at Hinton-in-the-Hedges airfield injuring Nigel Farage and the pilot.

Pilot dies after light aircraft crash in Nigel Farage accident field

Britons are delivering supplies to migrants living in a Calais camp

Aid convoy bound for Calais as response to refugee crisis grows

Supermodel Anna Freemantle gets on the Borders Railway train to Tweedbank from Edinburgh Waverley.

All aboard for the new Borders Railway link service

Admiral Lord West of Spithead was a security minister in Gordon Brown's government

Jeremy Corbyn Labour win 'might stop Britain launching IS air strikes'

Daniel Baldwin is evicted from the house during the latest series of Celebrity Big Brother

Daniel Baldwin evicted from Celebrity Big Brother

Mary Shipstone was shot by her estranged father

Estranged father gunned down girl, 7, at 'safe house'

Police officer numbers could fall below 100,000 by 2019/20, according to the APCC

Police 'face taking on back office roles in wake of cuts'

Four-year-old Austen Harrison was crushed to death when an 18-stone mirror fell on him

Hugo Boss fined £1.2 million after four-year-old boy killed by mirror

The Hatton Garden Safe Deposit raid saw thieves break into the vault and ransack 73 safety deposit boxes

Four men admit conspiracy over Hatton Garden Safe Deposit raid

Ukip leader Nigel Farage is campaigning for Britain to leave the EU

Nigel Farage urges Jeremy Corbyn to support Ukip's EU exit campaign

New figures show how women are closing the gap on men when it comes to owning a driving licence

Women 'closing gap on men' over driving licences

NHS England has removed some drugs from the Cancer Drugs Fund

'Hammer blow' as NHS England removes 16 drugs from Cancer Drugs Fund

Sam Smith's debut album has remained in the Official Albums Charts Top 10 for 67 consecutive weeks

Sam Smith's debut album makes history

The exhibition is due to take place at Cardiff Central Library

Cardiff Council under fire after axing Israel football exhibition

Eleven people died on the A27 at Shoreham following the air disaster

Shoreham crash jet showed 'no abnormal indications' during flight

The easyJet plane was bound for Tenerife

Woman held after boarding plane at Gatwick without ID

The wet, mild summer could lead to a spectacular autumnal display

Wet summer could yield rich autumnal colours

The head of the British Army, General Sir Nick Carter, who is introducing a new code of conduct to ensure people are accepted 'in an inclusive way'

Army chief pledges bullying and sexual harassment crackdown

Screen grab taken from BBC News of weatherman Philip Avery suffering a slight wardrobe malfunction during Victoria Derbyshire's BBC Two show (BBC/PA)

Cold front for BBC weatherman Philip Avery means brighter spell for viewers

Union chiefs have warned of the 'very real prospect' of power cuts

Intervention urged over nuclear power station decision

Nearly a million householders on interest only mortgages are in risk of repossession, research suggests

Repossession fears over mortgage 'financial black hole'

The boys are at the centre of a Family Division court case

Missing boys involved in family court case believed to be in North Cyprus

A 26-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of abducting the girl

Man arrested on suspicion of child abduction after teenager search

The figures for overcrowding delays were slammed by the Lib Dems' London Assembly transport spokeswoman

Overcrowding delays on Tube at five-year high

Cat Deeley and Patrick Kielty are expecting a child

Cat Deeley and Patrick Kielty expecting their first child

Prisoners of war in Rangoon Prison. Picture: The National Archives

Second World War heroes' records published online

Police were called to reports of a fight and found two teenagers with stab wounds

Murder probe launched after teenage boy dies in stabbing

Badger culling is now under way in Dorset, Somerset and Gloucestershire, the Government said

Badger culls begin in Dorset despite opposition from animal rights groups

Vincent Woolsgrove with a Dutch cannon

Diver to be sentenced for £46,000 cannon fraud

David Cameron is visiting Spain and Portugal as part of his attempts to win EU reforms

Migration crisis set to overshadow David Cameron's EU reform visits

Emergency coordinator Will Turner talks to refugees on a boat about the current location, the destination and the geography of Europe (Medecins Sans Frontieres/PA)

Aid worker sees first hand tragic situation of desperate refugee families

Environment Agency fisheries expert Paul Frear holding a lamprey. Credit: Environment Agency/PA

Lampreys returning to English rivers after conservation work

Police arrested the woman after she disembarked from a flight from Istanbul at Luton Airport

Police question mother of four amid Syria travel fears

The Norwegian Siem Pilot ship carrying to Italy hundreds of migrants rescued in several operations in the Mediterranean (AP)

David Cameron: Britain will take thousands of refugees fleeing Syria

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