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investigations continue into fatal crash
A man aged in his 50s has died after a crash in Burnham on Friday afternoon
Detective sacked for bringing 'force into disrepute'
A detective at Avon and Somerset Police has been found guilty of gross misconduct and dismissed.
Skiverton leaves Huish Park for 'family and new challenge'
Yeovil's assistant manager Terry Skiverton has left the club.
Politicians in the South West react to no confidence vote announcement
Some of our local Conservative politicians have been tweeting their reaction to news of the no confidence vote
MPs 'should work Christmas Day to sort out Brexit'
The MP for Bridgwater and West Somerset has warned time is running out for the Brexit negotiations.
Young boy rescued after getting stuck in mud on Brean beach
A young boy has been rescued from the mud on Brean beach.
Blair and May clash over Brexit as he warns PM not to 'steamroller' MPs
Tony Blair has hit back at criticism by the prime minister warning her that it would be irresponsible to try and "steamroller" her Brexit agreement through.
How could a second Brexit referendum happen?
Theresa May, fresh from surviving a Tory confidence vote, has returned from Brussels to fervent chatter of a potential second referendum on Brexit.
Boy, 5, dies after house fire that killed girl and woman in Nottinghamshire
A five-year-old boy rescued from a house fire in Nottinghamshire has died in hospital, police say.
Police visit Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson after troubling Instagram post
Police have confirmed Pete Davidson is safe after the Saturday Night Live star posted an unsettling message on Instagram.
Harvey Weinstein 'bragged of sex with Jennifer Lawrence', lawsuit alleges
Harvey Weinstein bragged about sleeping with Jennifer Lawrence while trying to force himself upon a woman in his office, court documents show.
Mamma Mia director sends all-female Shakespeare trilogy to schools
The director of Mamma Mia is making her all female Shakespeare trilogy available to schools to counter what she believes is a decimation of the provision of arts.
Refugees hoping to top Christmas singles chart with festive charity track
Refugees who have come to the UK from all over the world have teamed up with music students to compose what they hope will be the Christmas number one.
Pop star Shakira charged with tax evasion in Spain
Shakira has been charged with tax evasion in Spain with prosecutors claiming she failed to pay more than €14.5m (£13m) between 2012 and 2014.
Marcus Rashford says Manchester United were the only club for him
Marcus Rashford says the only club he ever wanted to join as a child was Manchester United and that Liverpool was "never an option". Here, he speaks to Sky Sports' Pat Davison ahead of United's Sky Live clash with Liverpool...
Peter Wright enters the fray on Sunday at the World Darts Championship
Peter Wright begins his bid for a maiden World Championship title on Sunday evening, while Dave Chisnall and Paul Lim also feature on another action-packed day of darts at the Alexandra Palace.
Anthony Joshua questions whether Deontay Wilder will take the risk of an undisputed title fight
Anthony Joshua has questioned whether Deontay Wilder needs large financial reward to take the risk of an undisputed title fight at Wembley.
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