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Twenty-one historic sites saved across South East
Historic England have revealed the number of sites salvaged and added to their Heritage at Risk Register 2019.
Three men given combined 44-year prison sentence for assault and drug offences across Surrey and Hampshire
Three men have been sentenced, following charges of vicious assault and dealing class A drugs across the two counties.
Hampshire businesses to receive support to prepare for Brexit
Business across Hampshire are going to be made aware of available support in anticipation of Brexit.
Ambitious new transport strategy unveiled for the South East
New transport infrastructure proposals could double the South East's economy and help achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.
New school reforms across the Isle of Wight have been approved
The Isle of Wight Council's Cabinet approved new recommendations for schools in the West Wight on the 10th October.
Cocaine amounting to £1.3 million seized at Portsmouth International Port
An attempt to import the Class-A drug - that has an estimated street value of over £1.3m - was foiled by a joint Border Force and National Crime Agency (NCA) operation on 4th October, 2019.
Boris Johnson's position on Brexit made clear to MPs: 'New deal or no-deal, but no delay'
Boris Johnson is returning to Downing Street after securing a new Brexit deal at a crucial Brussels summit - but he has a fight on his hands to get MPs to back it.
Brexit: Johnson faces threat of deal being scuppered within the next 48 hours
Boris Johnson told his MPs on Wednesday he was hopeful of a deal, but felt like he was on the Hillary Step of Everest, while the summit was "shrouded in mist".
Brexit: The PM needs 320 votes from MPs for his deal to pass. Is that likely?
Boris Johnson doesn't have the numbers - yet - to pass his deal in the Commons, but there have been clear signs that some of the resistance is crumbling.
Leah Bracknell: Former Emmerdale actress dies of lung cancer at 55
Former Emmerdale star Leah Bracknell has died aged 55, three years after being diagnosed with stage four lung cancer, her manager has said.
Q Awards: Stormzy, Lewis Capaldi and The 1975 among the big winners
Lewis Capaldi, Stormzy and The 1975 are among the big winners of this year's Q Awards.
Keira Knightley: I'm a news junkie - but sometimes it's nice not to know
Keira Knightley has admitted she is addicted to news - though a current break after welcoming her new baby is "quite nice" given the stories currently dominating headlines.
Celebrities call themselves 'hypocrites' as they back Extinction Rebellion
A group of celebrities have called themselves "hypocrites" in a letter backing climate change protesters Extinction Rebellion.
Jameela Jamil criticised by Victoria's Secret star Sara Sampaio over 'starved' models post
A Victoria's Secret model has hit out at actress and activist Jameela Jamil for referring to fashion models as "long-starved" and "terrified" in a Twitter post.
Paul Gascoigne cleared of all charges after being found not guilty of sexual assault
Paul Gascoigne has been cleared of all charges after being found not guilty of sexual assault of a woman on a train last year.
Farrell starts at fly-half against Australia as George Ford drops to the bench
England coach Eddie Jones has sprung a big surprise by naming Owen Farrell to start at fly-half in the World Cup quarter-final against Australia, dropping George Ford and bringing in Henry Slade to join Manu Tuilagi in midfield.
Rugby World Cup: Eddie Jones springs England 'surprise' with George Ford benched vs Australia
Sky Sports News reporter Gail Davis reflects on England's squad announcement ahead of their Rugby World Cup quarter-final test with Australia in Oita, after George Ford's surprising omission from the starting line-up.
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