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Prince Philip 'adamantly against fuss' as fiercely independent royal gets new car

Prince Philip won’t have to wait for insurers to assess his damaged Land Rover – there’s another one waiting on the driveway at Sandringham.
And thanks to a clean bill of health by hospital doctors, the Duke of Edinburgh could soon be behind the wheel …

Firefighters respond to Wrexham HGV fire

FIREFIGHTERS were called out to a vehicle blaze in Wrexham.
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service received a call shortly before 8pm on Friday reporting a blaze involving a heavy goods vehicle in Abenbury Way.
One crew from Wrexham attended the scene but…

Wrexham HGV fire was accidental

A VEHICLE blaze in Wrexham was accidental, fire chiefs have concluded.
North Wales Fire and Rescue Service received a call shortly before 8pm on Friday reporting a blaze involving a heavy goods vehicle in Abenbury Way.
One crew from Wrexham attended th…

British family stranded at ski resort by 13ft wall of snow 'freed by lorries'

A British family became stranded on their ski resort by a 13ft high snow drift this week.
Anthony Gibbon, from Carmarthenshire, Wales, was on a family holiday in Ischgl, western Austria, when things took a turn for the worst.
Conditions in the area gre…

Is it common for people to steal hedges?

The gap where there should be a hedge in Church Road, Tostock Picture: MARIAM GHAEMI
MARIAM GHAEMI

Stealing hedges can be the tip of the iceberg when it comes to what thieves will take, as Lynne Mortimer discovers.

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No Brexit now more likely than a no-deal departure

Published at 5:13pm 13th January 2019. (Updated at 11:05pm 13th January 2019)

The UK is now more likely to stay in the European Union than to leave without a deal, Theresa May will say in a speech.
Addressing workers at a factory in Stoke, where 69.4%…

Truck drivers express worries over no-deal Brexit

Irish hauliers are deeply concerned that a no-deal or hard Brexit will lead to unworkable delays at UK ports.They are already delivering huge quantities of non-perishable goods which are being stockpiled in both Ireland the UK amidst fears of Britain c…

North Lincolnshire lorry driver among gang who tried to smuggle £2m of cocaine to Ireland

A North Lincolnshire lorry driver who tried to smuggle £2 million worth of cocaine into Ireland has been jailed after being one of a trio caught as part of a National Crime Agency operation.
Christopher Rigg was caught with the drugs as he was about to…