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Net migration is down, but is it Brexit that's done it?

There is no doubt that on 26 May 2016 the ONS net migration total of 333,000 became one of the most important figures of the EU referendum campaign.

 

Paolo Nutini arrested over drink-driving in home town of Paisley

Pop star Paolo Nutini has been arrested in his home town of Paisley, Renfrewshire over alleged drink-driving and traffic offences.

 

'Suicide bomber' Ronald Fidder compensation payout questioned

A Home Office minister has refused to answer questions about whether a Briton who apparently became a suicide bomber in Iraq had received a £1m payout.

 

Taxpayer stake in bailed-out Lloyds cut to less than 4%

Lloyds Banking Group has edged a step closer to full private sector ownership as the Treasury cut its stake in the lender to less than 4%.

 

Showbiz News

Paolo Nutini arrested over drink-driving in home town of Paisley

Pop star Paolo Nutini has been arrested in his home town of Paisley, Renfrewshire over alleged drink-driving and traffic offences.

 

Brit Awards: Stars pay tribute to George Michael

Friends and artists paid tribute to the late George Michael at the Brit Awards, honouring the star's "spellbinding" performances.

 

Pop star Cheryl confirms pregnancy in campaign launch

Singer Cheryl has confirmed her pregnancy by cradling her baby bump during a photoshoot for the launch of a new campaign aimed at raising the confidence of young people.

 

Brit Awards honour David Bowie with best male solo artist and best album gongs

David Bowie has been honoured with two Brit Awards - 13 months after his death at the age of 69.

 

Sports News

Non-league Lincoln make FA Cup history

Lincoln have become the first non-league team to reach the quarter finals of the FA Cup in more than 100 years.

 

Ben Stokes becomes most expensive foreign player in Indian Premier League history

Ben Stokes has become the most expensive foreign player in Indian Premier League history after being signed for $2.17m (£1.74m) by the Rising Pune Supergiants at auction.

 

Seven sports fail to reverse Tokyo 2020 funding cuts

Seven sports that lost all public funding ahead of Tokyo 2020 have had their appeals to UK Sport rejected.

 

British Cycling 'may have crossed ethical lines' - UK Sport Chairman

British Cycling may have crossed ethical lines in its treatment of athletes in the past, according to the chairman of UK Sport Rod Carr.

 

Howard and Byrne Solicitors, York - Criminal Defence Specialists

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