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Bomb squad called in after Birmingham terror arrests

Police outside the pentahotel in Birmingham after a bomb disposal team was called in

Five men are being questioned by detectives after being arrested over alleged terror offences.

12:20am Saturday 27 August 2016

Frustrated host Emma Willis tells CBB winner Bear: Shut up!

Stephen Bear has won CBB 2016

Celebrity Big Brother winner Stephen Bear continued his controversial streak as host Emma Willis was prompted to tell him to "shut up" during his exit interview.

12:20am Saturday 27 August 2016

Millions of people due to take to the road as Bank Holiday getaway begins

The busiest single day for motorists embarking on leisure journeys is expected to be Saturday

The Bank Holiday getaway is under way, with millions of people taking trips within the UK and abroad.

12:20am Saturday 27 August 2016

Councils urge more action to curb tombstoning surge

Two men jump off rocks into the sea at Durdle Door near West Lulworth, Dorset

Young people who jump from high bridges and harbour walls into water unsupervised are dicing with death, council bosses have warned.

12:20am Saturday 27 August 2016

X Factor kicks off as musical hopefuls work to win viewers over

Louis Walsh, Sharon Osbourne, Nicole Scherzinger and Simon Cowell, during the audition stage of The X Factor (SYCO/THAMES TV/PA)

An unlikely female rapper called Honey G, a band of five affable northern lads and a nervous but tuneful joiner are set to win over the hearts of the nation as the new series of The X Factor kicks off tonight.

12:20am Saturday 27 August 2016

Large blue butterfly thriving in UK since reintroduction

The large blue butterfly is present in large numbers in Gloucestershire and Somerset

A butterfly once pronounced extinct in the UK has been seen in record numbers this year, according to conservationists.

12:20am Saturday 27 August 2016

Nasa spacecraft Juno set for record-breaking Jupiter approach

A composite of two views of Jupiter taken on August 23 by the Juno probe (Nasa/PA)

A spacecraft on a mission to Jupiter will make a record-breaking close approach to the giant planet today.

12:20am Saturday 27 August 2016

Private schools follow national trend with slight A-level results dip

Private schools also saw a slight drop in the percentage of pupils achieving top grades

Private schools have followed national trends by seeing a dip in A-level success.

12:20am Saturday 27 August 2016

Theresa May 'can trigger Brexit without Parliament'

Theresa May has reportedly been told she does not need a vote to begin the Brexit process

MPs could be sidelined by Theresa May over Brexit, with the Prime Minister reportedly set to deny them a vote before formally triggering the process of leaving the European Union.

12:20am Saturday 27 August 2016

May orders public service audit to reveal racial disparities

Prime Minister Theresa May has ordered Whitehall departments to identify and publish information showing how outcomes vary for people of different backgrounds

Theresa May has launched an audit of public services to root out racial disparities as part of a drive to tackle inequality and reveal "difficult truths".

12:03am Saturday 27 August 2016
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