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We need more robots to save jobs, claim MPs 17 Sep 2019, 8:51pm We need more robots to save jobs, claim MPs
The true threat to UK economic growth is not firms using too many robots - but too few, a report by the Commons committee for business, energy and industrial strategy said.
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MPs are facing demands to protect access to cash amid fears banknotes are on the way out 17 Sep 2019, 8:46pm MPs are facing demands to protect access to cash amid fears banknotes are on the way out
Some Britons in poor communities have no choice but to pay up to £2 to get access to their own money through a commercial cash machine, according to research.
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Michael Gove is to be grilled by supermarket bosses over No Deal Brexit after food shortages row  17 Sep 2019, 8:32pm Michael Gove is to be grilled by supermarket bosses over No Deal Brexit after food shortages row 
The British Retail Consortium previously criticised Mr Gove after he dismissed talk of Brexit supply problems. They said his comments were 'categorically untrue'.
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Football betting adverts from two gambling firms are banned by watchdog 17 Sep 2019, 7:51pm Football betting adverts from two gambling firms are banned by watchdog
Coral broke the rules with its offer of a 'free £5 bet every Sunday' for those who wagered at least £25 a day through the week.
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Morrisons launches new product labels to help shoppers recycle 17 Sep 2019, 7:04pm Morrisons launches new product labels to help shoppers recycle
Morrisons will be the first supermarket to encourage customers to bring back the hard to recycle items, such as plastic banana and bread bags, to any of its stores in Britain.
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Fewer than three in ten Scots support second independence referendum 17 Sep 2019, 6:02pm Fewer than three in ten Scots support second independence referendum
As Nicola Sturgeon (pictured at Holyrood) steps up her bid to force Scotland to leave the United Kingdom, a poll showed 59 per cent oppose 'Scexit' -a Scottish exit - from the Union.
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Most and least polluted streets in the London area revealed 17 Sep 2019, 12:44pm Most and least polluted streets in the London area revealed
Scientists have collected postcode-level data on dangerous levels of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) pollution in London and their research is online. NO2 has been linked to disease and early death.
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Daughter died after mother accidentally sent her hundreds of angry emojis on social media 17 Sep 2019, 12:08pm Daughter died after mother accidentally sent her hundreds of angry emojis on social media
Shabina Miah, 33, of Macclesfield, uploaded a video to social media of a night out at the circus but became furious with her mother Angela after she accidentally sent her angry emojis.
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North Yorkshire pensioner, 79, burgled four times since April 17 Sep 2019, 12:02pm North Yorkshire pensioner, 79, burgled four times since April
These are the disturbing scenes as a thief ransacked the home of 79-year-old man in Selby, North Yorkshire. Police confirmed it was the fourth time the man had been targeted in five months.
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Police hunt for tattooed eastern European thug 17 Sep 2019, 11:51am Police hunt for tattooed eastern European thug
West Midlands Police detectives have released CCTV of the suspect who struck three times along a main road in the Handsworth area of Birmingham on September 1.
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Customers accuse Amazon of sexism over massage device that offers wives relief from housework  17 Sep 2019, 11:39am Customers accuse Amazon of sexism over massage device that offers wives relief from housework 
The Shiatsu device also offers to sooth the pain of men 'haunted by endless work tasks' and Amazon has contacted the seller to tell them to change the wording its product description.
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Beckenham woman steals flowers from war memorial on anniversary of the Battle of Britain 17 Sep 2019, 11:35am Beckenham woman steals flowers from war memorial on anniversary of the Battle of Britain
The unknown woman was seen approaching the war memorial in Beckenham, south-east London where she was allegedly seen pulling out several large flowers before she was confronted (pictured).
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Brookenby village goes on the market as 54 homes on a former RAF base get ready for sale 17 Sep 2019, 11:35am Brookenby village goes on the market as 54 homes on a former RAF base get ready for sale
The tiny parish of Brookenby (pictured) was built in the 1980s to provide accommodation for families of airmen serving at the Lightning jet fighter base RAF Binbrook.
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West Midlands Police officer run over by car in Birmingham PC Gareth Phillips home from hospital 17 Sep 2019, 11:23am West Midlands Police officer run over by car in Birmingham PC Gareth Phillips home from hospital
PC Gareth Phillips was left fighting for his life in intensive care after getting pinned underneath the BMW in Moseley, Birmingham on August 10.
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Pedestrian in angry road rage row with a bus in Tipton 17 Sep 2019, 11:09am Pedestrian in angry road rage row with a bus in Tipton
The incident happened in Tipton, West Midlands and involved a National Express West Midlands bus and an angry pedestrian who was stood in the middle of the street.
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Family launch legal action after boy caught salmonella on holiday 17 Sep 2019, 10:56am Family launch legal action after boy caught salmonella on holiday
George Dalton, of Stourbridge, West Midlands, felt unwell with hot sweats and a fever on the last full day of a week-long stay at the Holiday Village in Velika Plaza, Montenegro.
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Barber, 27, killed himself after ending ten-year relationship 17 Sep 2019, 9:35am Barber, 27, killed himself after ending ten-year relationship
Jake McGrath, 27, of Didsbury, Greater Manchester, had been given Diazapem by his doctor to help him sleep - but then ordered the anti-anxiety drug Xanax online.
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Free-runner fell to his death in Waterloo 17 Sep 2019, 9:03am Updated Free-runner fell to his death in Waterloo
Johnny 'Snyper' Turner, a renowned parkour enthusiast and member of London's urban explorer community, fell to his death from a block of flats in Waterloo on Friday night.
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French riot police dismantle Dunkirk camp holding 1,200 migrants who want to reach UK before Brexit 17 Sep 2019, 7:50am French riot police dismantle Dunkirk camp holding 1,200 migrants who want to reach UK before Brexit
French riot police and bulldozers descended on a sprawling migrant centre near Dunkirk this morning to dismantle the camp that has become a launch-pad for illegal boat crossings to Britain.
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Retired couple found with cocaine worth £1m in their cruise luggage led jetset lifestyle, court told 17 Sep 2019, 7:42am Retired couple found with cocaine worth £1m in their cruise luggage led jetset lifestyle, court told
Roger and Sue Clarke went on luxury cruises worth £18,000 in two years before their arrest despite living on just £885 a month. The couple will go to trial tomorrow in Lisbon, Portugal.
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Brighton schoolboy Leon spends £3,000 on Minecraft and Roblox without mum knowing on credit card 17 Sep 2019, 7:29am Brighton schoolboy Leon spends £3,000 on Minecraft and Roblox without mum knowing on credit card
Leon Berriedale-Johnson , eight, of Brighton, East Sussex, used his mother Martine's card to buy add-ons for XBox games such as Minecraft and Roblox.
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James Murdoch is not speaking to dad Rupert, has never seen Succession, awestruck by Pete Buttigeig 17 Sep 2019, 7:19am James Murdoch is not speaking to dad Rupert, has never seen Succession, awestruck by Pete Buttigeig
Jmes Murdoch, the younger of Rupert Murdoch's two sons found himself out of work when Fox merged with Disney earlier this year, but also $2 billion richer thanks to his shares in the company.
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Gary Lineker agrees to cut his £1.75m BBC pay packet 17 Sep 2019, 5:20am Updated Gary Lineker agrees to cut his £1.75m BBC pay packet
Gary Lineker, the 58-year-old face of Walker's crisps who is thought to be worth around £30 million, has agreed to reduce his BBC salary, remarking that it was the 'right thing to do'.
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Teenage boy 17 pleads guilty to murdering lawyer Peter Duncan in Newcastle with screwdriver 17 Sep 2019, 4:54am Updated Teenage boy 17 pleads guilty to murdering lawyer Peter Duncan in Newcastle with screwdriver
The 17-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, attacked Peter Duncan, 52, outside a Greggs Bakery in Newcastle after stealing a 'quantity of screwdrivers' from a nearby Poundland.
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Have scientists found a cure for the common cold? Researchers identify vital protein virus needs 17 Sep 2019, 4:30am Updated Have scientists found a cure for the common cold? Researchers identify vital protein virus needs
Researchers have identified a vital protein in cells which the cold virus needs in order to reproduce. By stopping humans producing this protein, they can stop the cells from replicating.
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Help to Buy scheme is slammed by MPs for mainly benefitting wealthier families 17 Sep 2019, 4:01am Updated Help to Buy scheme is slammed by MPs for mainly benefitting wealthier families
The Government programme was intended to give struggling savers support buying their first home, using an interest-free loan provided by the taxpayer.
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Hundreds of female criminals will be spared jail under a pilot scheme to tackle reoffending  17 Sep 2019, 3:59am Updated Hundreds of female criminals will be spared jail under a pilot scheme to tackle reoffending 
Move to help 1,000 female criminals over the next two years has been launched by London Mayor Sadiq Khan after research found women are more likely to be imprisoned for a first-time offence.
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11 migrants picked up by Border Force off Kent coast taken to Dover 17 Sep 2019, 3:44am Updated 11 migrants picked up by Border Force off Kent coast taken to Dover
Border Force officials were sent out to sea after a small boat was spotted off the Kent coast at around 4.30am today.
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Child sex fiends and wife-beaters face tougher prison terms 17 Sep 2019, 3:28am Updated Child sex fiends and wife-beaters face tougher prison terms
Justice Secretary Robert Buckland will today vow to extend a measure which allows victims or members of the public to challenge soft sentences.
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Mint flavouring in e-cigarettes contains high levels of potential cancer-causing ingredient 17 Sep 2019, 3:24am Updated Mint flavouring in e-cigarettes contains high levels of potential cancer-causing ingredient
A study revealed raised concentrations of the carcinogenic additive pulegone in menthol and peppermint vapes. The additive is thought to cause cancer.
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Protesters who forced Boris Johnson to axe press conference were led by an opera singer from Canada 17 Sep 2019, 3:08am Updated Protesters who forced Boris Johnson to axe press conference were led by an opera singer from Canada
David John Pike rallied British expats on Facebook to descend on the Ministry of State in Luxembourg, where they hurled abuse at the PM and forced him to cancel his press conference.
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