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Fighter jets intercept British Airways flight over Hungary

The plane was intercepted by Hungarian fighter jets

A British Airways flight was intercepted by fighter jets over Hungary after it lost contact with air traffic controllers.

1:56am Sunday 1 May 2016

Anti-Semitism row threatens to hurt Labour at the polls

Jeremy Corbyn has been criticised over his handling of the anti-Semitism row

Labour is braced for a backlash at the polls from the row over anti-Semitism as Jeremy Corbyn faces continued criticism over his handling of the issue.

1:56am Sunday 1 May 2016

Sir Philip Green's wife to be quizzed by MPs over BHS collapse

Sir Phillip Green's wife, Tina, will be quizzed by MPs

The wife of Sir Philip Green is to be called before MPs along with the current owner of BHS to be questioned as part of a probe into the high street stalwart's collapse.

1:56am Sunday 1 May 2016

Dame Barbara Windsor set to bow out as Peggy Mitchell in EastEnders

Peggy Mitchell, played by Dame Barbara Windsor, returns to Albert Square (Jack Barnes/BBC/PA Wire)

EastEnders matriarch Peggy Mitchell, played by Dame Barbara Windsor, will return to Albert Square in just over a week for the last time.

12:25am Sunday 1 May 2016

Golden buzzer sees Jasmine through Britain's Got Talent audition

Jasmine Elcock, 14, moved Ant and judge Alesha Dixon to tears on Britain's Got Talent (SYCO/THAMES TV/PA Wire)

Britain's Got Talent entrant Jasmine Elcock wowed Ant and Dec to become the fourth Golden buzzer act of the series

12:23am Sunday 1 May 2016

Man refusing treatment in bid for hospital care closer to home

The Court of Protection heard that the man wanted to be in a hospital closer to home and was refusing medication

A man with learning difficulties is refusing medication which could save his life because he wants to be in a hospital nearer home, a judge has been told.

12:23am Sunday 1 May 2016

Private sector growth improved in first quarter of year, reports CBI

Steady manufacturing output and a comeback for consumer services saw a boost in private sector growth, says the CBI

Growth among private sector firms picked up in the three months to April, according to a report.

12:23am Sunday 1 May 2016

Jeremy Hunt 'not fit to wear' an NHS badge, says consultant

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has been heavily criticised

Jeremy Hunt is "not fit to wear" an NHS badge because his "militant" politics are destroying the health service, an A&E consultant has claimed.

12:23am Sunday 1 May 2016

Washout bank holiday feared as heavy rain crosses UK

Storm clouds gather at Granby in the Vale of Belvoir, Nottinghamshire, as Britain looks set for a wet bank holiday

Bank holiday Monday looks set to be a washout as a band of heavy rain crosses the UK.

12:23am Sunday 1 May 2016

Drone flyers can navigate new website to find which tourist spots allow them

Advice on which tourist hotspots allow drones is available on a new website

A website has been set up to give advice on which tourist hotspots allow drones.

12:23am Sunday 1 May 2016
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