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McDonnell says Labour would try to stay in 'reformed single market'

Labour would try to stay in a "reformed single market" if it was conducting Brexit negotiations, John McDonnell has said, in a fresh signal of the party's support for a "soft" withdrawal from the European Union.

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Taoiseach urged to act over 'offensive and unacceptable' Brexit

More than 200 figures from Northern Ireland society have written to Taoiseach Leo Varadkar warning that the UK's split from Europe is offensive and unacceptable.

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Expert report recommends living wage for social care workers

A living wage should be adopted to raise the pay of social care workers, an expert report said.

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UK commitment to soft Irish border more than legally enforceable, says Davis

Britain's commitment to maintaining a soft Irish border after Brexit is "much more than legally enforceable", David Davis has said.

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Cold weather could lead to upsurge in heart attacks and strokes

There is an increased risk of heart attack and stroke in the days immediately after a cold snap, NHS England has warned.

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London and Dublin clash over significance of Brexit agreement

London and Dublin have clashed over whether the Brexit agreement intended to trigger trade talks is legally binding or not.

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Bank of England could open new offices in major UK cities under Labour rule

Large parts of the Bank of England may be relocated to Birmingham if Labour wins power.

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Chances of going to university depend on where school leavers live, figures show

A school leaver's chances of going to university depend heavily on where they live, new figures suggest.

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Time running out to confront Troubles legacy, say victims

The window of opportunity to pass new laws addressing the legacy of the Northern Ireland conflict is closing next year, victims said.

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Travel disruption continues as settled snow turns to treacherous ice

Settled snow has turned to treacherous ice and caused disruption on roads and railways across the country as forecasters warned of freezing temperatures.

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Man seriously injured in stabbing as suspect arrested over attempted murder

A 22-year-old man has suffered serious stab wounds to his back and side, police have said.

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Man suffers leg wound in street shooting with two suspects arrested

A man has been shot in one leg and suffered other injuries to his face and body in a shooting on a street.

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Man charged over window display of snowman holding rocket launcher

A man has been charged by police investigating a window display of a snowman holding a rocket launcher in Northern Ireland.

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Snow and ice warnings remain in place for weekend

Snow and ice warnings across Ireland and Northern Ireland remain in place for the weekend.

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Storm Caroline causes school closures and travel disruption on UK arrival

Severe gales and snow showers caused travel disruption, school closures and left thousands of people without power as Storm Caroline swept in to the UK.

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Integration strategy 'urgently needed' to help refugees settle, say researchers

More needs to be done to support refugees and asylum seekers struggling to integrate into Northern Ireland society, a report has found.

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Scheme helping councils care for asylum-seeking children to be extended

A scheme to relieve pressure on local councils caring for unaccompanied asylum-seeking children is set to be rolled out.

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Parrot and python among animals found after being stolen from pet shop

A parrot and python stolen from a pet shop in Ballymena have been recovered by police.

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Two police officers held in prescription drugs theft probe

Two serving police officers have been arrested as part of an investigation into the alleged theft and distribution of prescription drugs.

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Storm Caroline: Train services cancelled as forecasters warn of 90mph gusts

Train services have been cancelled after forecasters warned Storm Caroline could cause danger to life.

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