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Patients and staff take advantage of the Costa Coffee shop in the Birmingham Queen Elizabeth Hospital

NHS staff banned from drinking tea or coffee on the job because it looks like they're not working hard enough

The hot drink ban applies to three hospitals in Leicester following complaints from patients and employees

The UK does not produce or import enough fish for everyone to eat healthily

Shortage of fish 'stops poor from eating healthily'

Less wealthy nations forgo a good foodstuff to meet Britain's appetite for seafood, say experts
Hurricane Gonzalo seen from space, the storm will have lost most of its power by the time it reaches the other side of the Atlantic

Hurricane Gonzalo: High winds and heavy rain set to lash parts of Britain

Met Office forecasters remain uncertain quite how hard and where the hurricane will strike

An undated handout photo released by the Foreign Office with the permission of his family, showing Alan Henning at a refugee camp on the Syrian-Turkish border

David Haines's and Alan Henning's families call for 'acts of unity' in face of Isis threats

In a joint letter the wife of Henning and the brother of Haines said the "most hateful" actions by terrorists should not be allowed to divide people of faith

Ebola outbreak: Full scale alert as aircraft passenger jokes 'I have Ebola! You are all screwed'

Emergency medical teams dressed in protective suits boarded the plane when it landed in the Dominican Republic

The cleaners walked out of New York's LaGuardia Airport amid fears that they have too little protection from ebola

Ebola outbreak: Aircraft cleaners at New York’s LaGuardia Airport walk out over virus fear

Two hundred aircraft cleaners walked out at New York's LaGuardia Airport amid fears that they have too little protection from exposure to Ebola.

Sienna Miller and Stephen Fry are among the stars to have called for an end to the overfishing

Atlantic bluefin tuna: Sienna Miller and Stephen Fry among those credited with raising awareness of overfishing danger

The clearest signs of a recovery have been seen in the eastern population

Woman with womb transplant gives birth to healthy baby in medical landmark

The child, a boy, was born prematurely in Sweden last month and is said to be doing well

Aid worker Alan Henning was kidnapped in Syria in December

British hostage Alan Henning killed in latest Isis video

The video comes after IS killed British aid worker David Haines

The head of the Transportation Security Administration John Pistole

Syria air strikes: Khorasan Group poses 'clear and present danger' to airlines, says aviation security expert

John Pistole, head of the US Transportation Security Administration, admitted that luck will play a part in detecting explosives intended to bring down a plane

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