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Network Rail 'to lose control of track maintenance'

Chris Grayling is reportedly preparing to tell publicly-owned Network Rail that he wants it to share responsibility for running the tracks with private operating companies

Network Rail is to be stripped of its control over Britain's railway tracks, with new powers being passed to the train operators, in a major reorganisation of the system, it is reported.

12:08am Saturday 3 December 2016

Corbyn in call to counter rise of 'political parasites' in the 'populist right'

Jeremy Corbyn will warn that unless progressives break with a "failed economic and political establishment" the far right will fill the gap.

Jeremy Corbyn is urging socialist and progressive parties across Europe to rally to counter the rise of the "populist right".

12:08am Saturday 3 December 2016

Post Office at 'crisis point' says union as staff strike over pensions and jobs

Post Office workers are to stage a fresh strike in a dispute over final salary pensions.

Post Office workers and managers will stage a fresh strike on Saturday in a dispute over jobs, closures and pensions.

12:08am Saturday 3 December 2016

Southampton FC contacts police over historical child abuse probe

Chelsea has appointed an external law firm to carry out a formal investigation into Eddie Heath.

Southampton Football Club has contacted the police after receiving information in relation to historical child abuse.

12:08am Saturday 3 December 2016

Sir Edward Heath probe 'not a fishing trip or witch-hunt', police chief says

Allegations were made about Sir Edward Heath.

A chief constable has defended his force's handling of child sex allegations against former prime minister Sir Edward Heath.

12:08am Saturday 3 December 2016

Minimum alcohol pricing 'could improve nation's health'

An anti-homelessness charity said that higher alcohol content drinks were doing more money than heroin and crack cocaine combined.

The Government has said it will continue to look at minimum pricing for alcohol in light of a new report which argues it could improve the nation's health.

12:08am Saturday 3 December 2016

Warning over freezing conditions as winter bites

Mist and fog surround a canal boat at Godstow Lock in Oxfordshire.

Temperatures are expected to drop below freezing this weekend, prompting health officials to warn that the chilly conditions can be deadly.

12:08am Saturday 3 December 2016

Payout scheme for rail travel delay should be rolled out across Britain, says MP

Delay Repay should be rolled out as soon as possible, MP Louise Ellman urged the Department for Transport

A new scheme to compensate rail passengers for journeys delayed by just 15 minutes on some lines has created "unfairness" for those on the rest of the network, the head of the Commons' Transport Select Committee has warned.

12:08am Saturday 3 December 2016

Pilot suffered heart attack as he taxied to runway at Glasgow Airport

Firefighters from Glasgow Airport helped take the Dutch pilot off the plane.

A pilot suffered a heart attack as he taxied to the runway at Glasgow Airport.

12:08am Saturday 3 December 2016

Martin Roberts and Wayne Bridge latest to leave I'm A Celebrity jungle

Martin Roberts has left the jungle.

Martin Roberts and Wayne Bridge have become the seventh and eighth stars to be voted out of I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!

12:08am Saturday 3 December 2016
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