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Heavy downpours spark flash flood chaos

Northern England has experienced heavy downpours and flash flooding, leaving commuters facing road closures and delays.

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European Court could have jurisdiction over UK law during Brexit transition

The European Court of Justice could continue to exercise jurisdiction over UK law during the transition to Brexit, under the terms of a new position paper published by the Government.

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Rugby stars Jackson and Olding deny rape allegations, lawyers tell court

Two Ulster and Ireland rugby stars accused of rape deny all allegations against them, a court has heard.

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Disabled people 'bearing the brunt' of Government spending cuts

Disabled people are being "increasingly marginalised and shut out of society" as they bear the brunt of Government spending cuts, the UK's equality and human rights bodies have warned.

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UK urges 'coherent common rules' for family and business civil cases post-Brexit

Cross-border divorce and child custody battles and business disputes could become messier and lengthier unless Britain can secure agreement to maintain judicial co-operation arrangements with the EU after Brexit.

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Health service to cut staff in £70m savings bid

Staffing levels within Northern Ireland's crisis-hit health service are expected to be cut in a desperate bid to save £70 million by March.

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Endangered red kite shot dead 'deliberately' in Co Down

An endangered red kite has been shot dead in Co Down.

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Irish and British governments to encourage renewed powersharing talks

The Irish and British governments are due to meet Stormont's political parties next week in another attempt to restore the Northern Ireland Executive.

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Man arrested after father shot dead in front of son outside supermarket

A man has been arrested over the murder of a father in front of his three-year-old son.

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Loyalist paramilitary gang responsible for bomb attack on house, PSNI say

Police have blamed a loyalist paramilitary gang for a pipe bomb attack in Londonderry.

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Business leaders welcome UK proposals for EU trade continuing post-Brexit

Britain has set out proposals to ensure that goods and services currently approved for sale across the UK and EU can continue to be traded after Brexit.

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'Lessons not learned' on needs of vulnerable inmates at Maghaberry prison

Important lessons have not been learned on preventing deaths and serious self-harming at Maghaberry prison in Northern Ireland, an inspection said.

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Play exploring sectarianism in Northern Ireland wins James Tait Black Prize

A play exploring the extremes of sectarianism has won one of the UK's most distinguished literary awards.

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High-security prison officer 'a key player in organised crime gang'

A prison officer charged with dealing drugs inside a high-security jail is a "key player" in an organised crime gang, a court has been told.

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DUP says health, education, economy suffering due to Sinn Fein intransigence

Sinn Fein intransigence is preventing Northern Ireland politicians from dealing with growing problems in health, education and the economy, the Democratic Unionists have claimed.

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Forty residents of care home shut down by inspectors still in need of relocating

Health chiefs are trying to find new beds for about 40 residents of a care home which has been shut down by inspectors.

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Young driver killed, two passengers hurt in crash

A 22-year-old man has died in a car crash in Co Fermanagh.

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Brexit talks will not move on to trade by October, Slovenian PM warns

Brexit negotiations will not proceed to haggling over a future UK-EU trading relationship by October as previously planned, the Slovenian prime minister has warned.

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Average house price for home movers soars by nearly £85,000, analysis reveals

The average house price paid by home movers has surged by nearly £85,000 over the past five years, according to analysis from Lloyds Bank.

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Sinn Fein calls for powersharing talks to resume on August 28

Sinn Fein has called for Stormont powersharing talks to start in a week's time.

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