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Travel and pollution warnings as UK’s cold, foggy weather continues

Motorists told to take extra care, flights are disrupted across south and air quality plunges in cities from London to Belfast The continuing cold, still weather is expected to see pollution levels soaring in London with freezing fog bringing more disr…

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Parks at risk: green campaigners launch crowdsourcing study

MPs and council leaders to face questions about their plans for local parks and green spaces amid concern about cutsThousands of people are expected to take part in a crowdsourced investigation to find out how many of England’s parks and green spaces…

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Hundreds evacuated after flooding – as it happened

Army called in as flooding misery continues in York, Leeds and elsewhere 4.37pm GMT Helen Pidd has the latest from Calder Valley2,000 properties "badly affected" by flooding in the Calder Valley, Calderdale Cllr Rob Holden says. Mytholmroyd &…

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Ed Miliband aims for cross-party coalition on climate change

Former Labour leader looks to build ‘high-ambition coalition’ to persuade government to change tack on environmentEd Miliband has vowed to build a “high-ambition coalition” of UK businesses, trade unions and civic society to challenge the gover…

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Paris climate deal provides ‘best chance we have’ of saving the planet

Leaders from the US, China and the EU celebrate agreement reached in Paris, with Barack Obama warning there is hard work aheadWorld leaders have hailed the 11th-hour climate deal reached in Paris on Saturday, claiming it provides the “best chance we …

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Sussex Police apologises after sending ‘inappropriate’ tweet to protester

Force replied to tweet asking about undercover police sleeping with Balcombe protesters with a smileyThe police force responsible for overseeing the recent anti-fracking campaign in Sussex has apologised after an “inappropriate” comment was posted from…

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Heathrow extension: residents of villages facing demolition feel ‘trapped’

Villagers in Harmondsworth and Stanwell Moor, threatened under plans to expand Heathrow, tell of their fears for the futureStanding in the shade of a 1,000-year-old yew tree at the front of St Mary’s church in Harmondsworth, Ken Hughes says he knows ho…

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G8 summit: campaigners plan ‘creative civil disobedience’ in Canary Wharf

Anti-cuts campaigners and environmentalists to stage demos in heart of London’s business district during summitAnti-cuts campaigners are planning to team up with environmentalists to stage a high-profile series of protests in the heart of London’s busi…

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Daw Mill colliery closure marks end of an era for 650 miners

Most people in Warwickshire were unaware of UK’s biggest mine on their doorstep until a devastating fire began a fortnight agoStanding in the shadow of a sign reading “tunnelling into the 21st century” at the entrance to Daw Mill colliery, Johnny Moffa…

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Horsemeat scandal: ‘government warned two years ago’

Environment secretary Owen Paterson orders investigation into claims the government ignored warnings about rogue horsemeatThe beleaguered minister at the centre of the horsemeat scandal, Owen Paterson, has asked the Food Standards Agency to investigate…

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