Temporary flood barriers are being erected on the Cornish coast as Britain prepares for a battering from "dangerous" Storm Brian, with winds of up to 80mph forecast for the weekend.
Michael John Cole, 43, and his two boys, Michael Lee Cole, eight, and Harry Cole, seven, were reported missing on October 2.
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A pest controller has captured footage showing hundreds of venomous spiders that have infested his home.
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91 percent of the nation now claim to prefer "world food" to traditional British meals.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker, Theresa May and Malta’s Prime Minister Joseph Muscat take part in an EU summit in Brussels. Leaders of the 27 remaining EU states have given the green light to preparations for the second phase of Brexit talks, dealing with trade, European Council president Donald Tusk said.
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The chimes will be heard for the first time in almost three months when Parliament's historic bell is reconnected on November 9, ahead of Armistice Day.
The Government has warned people not to put themselves in danger taking ‘storm selfies’, as Storm Brian looks set to batter Britain this weekend. The weather front is expected to batter the UK coast days after Storm Ophelia wreaked destruction. Heavy rain and gusts of 50mph are expected widely across southern England and the west of Wales on Saturday, and winds could reach 70mph in exposed areas.