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ITV makes complaint in its submission into the Culture Committee's inquiry into the future of the BBC

The Hart district of Hampshire has been named the most desirable place to live in the UK. With 84 square miles of green wooded landscape and Hampshire's largest freshwater lake, the area has been dubbed

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The Hart district of Hampshire has been named the best place to live in the UK for the third year in a row, with Uttlesford in Essex taking second place

Alistair Carmichael arrives at 10 Downing Street

'Conspiracy theorist' Norman Baker replacement of Jeremy Browne heads list of reshuffle surprises

David Cameron promoted several women and MPs from working-class backgrounds in the shake-up

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1 Monterey.

Luskentyre beach, in the Outer Hebrides, is among the popular destinations

Population boom as thousands flock to Scottish islands

They’re some of the most remote parts of the British Isles, presenting challenges to simple everyday life posed by nowhere else in the UK – just as George Orwell learnt in Jura 60 years ago.

Heatwave choice: Simon Calder chooses 10 British beaches for you to enjoy the sunshine

From deep south to far north, there is plenty of coastline to savour

Waves crashing off Orkney in Sctoland

Wave goodbye to hope of tidal energy exports, Scots politicians told

Estimates of power by Oxford researchers are a fraction of those of the Scottish Government

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Security chaos and deaths in Benghazi

Protesters heckle Ukip leader Nigel Farage in Edinburgh

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Ukip leader Nigel Farage intends to return to campaign in Scotland, undaunted by his recent hostile reception in an Edinburgh pub.

A council gritter spreads grit on roads

Britain braces for another icy blast as snow sweeps in again

Amber 'be prepared' warnings for snow have been issued by the Met Office for many parts of Scotland

Boyd Tonkin: The new wave of 'Nordic' noir comes from within the UK. Wrap up warm!

British readers won't need a passport, or even chunky knitwear Sofie Grabol-style, to visit the source of the next wave of Nordic noir.

Man found dead in Monifieth as Scotland suffers freezing conditions

An elderly man has been found dead by his partner close to a school in freezing conditions.

North Sea crash helicopter suffered gearbox failure

A helicopter carrying 19 people was forced to ditch in the North Sea due to a gearbox failure, according to an Air Accidents Investigation Branch (AAIB) report.

Blizzards to batter UK again

Snow and high winds are set to batter parts of the UK over the weekend, forecasters warn.

Silverton says: 'I love a good hotel when I'm not backpacking'

My Life In Travel: Kate Silverton, BBC journalist and presenter

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