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I've left you: Historian's break-up letter to Communist Party revealed

Historian E P Thompson grew disillusioned with the Communist Party of Great Britain, seen here launching its election campaign in London's Trafalgar Square, newly released files show

The bitter break-up between one of Britain's most famous left-wing academics and the Communist Party has been revealed in newly released secret files.

12:20am Wednesday 28 September 2016

Corbyn to pledge to restore fund to help communities deal with immigration

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn is to announce plans to restore a multimillion-pound fund to help local communities deal with the impact of immigration.

12:20am Wednesday 28 September 2016

Hospitals must end 'potentially dangerous' night discharges, MPs say

MPs said Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt must do something to stop hospitals discharging some patients at night

Jeremy Hunt must set out how he intends to stop hospitals discharging patients in the middle of the night unless they specifically want to go home, MPs have said.

12:20am Wednesday 28 September 2016

Acne sufferers stay looking youthful for longer, research shows

Experts had already noted that signs of ageing such as wrinkles and thinning skin often appear much later in people who have experienced acne

Teenagers cursed with acne may have the last laugh over their peers with perfect skin, new research suggests.

12:20am Wednesday 28 September 2016

Health bodies given guidelines on how to explain why a hospital is closing

Shadow health secretary Diane Abbott said sustainability and transformation plans were being used as a cloak for cuts and closures

Health bodies have been issued guidance on how to broach the subject of hospital closures with the public.

12:20am Wednesday 28 September 2016

A fifth of emergency diagnosis bowel cancer cases had previous symptoms - study

Patients diagnosed with cancer in an emergency situation don't do as well as patients who are diagnosed by their doctor

Around a fifth of bowel cancer patients diagnosed in A&E had "red flag" symptoms in the year leading up to diagnosis, research suggests.

12:20am Wednesday 28 September 2016

110,000 'sandwich generation' cancer carers in UK, says Macmillan support group

Macmillan Cancer Support says there are roughly 110,000 people in the UK caring for a parent with cancer and their own children

The UK has around 110,000 "sandwich generation" carers who are looking after a parent with cancer and their own children , figures suggest.

12:20am Wednesday 28 September 2016

Computer treatment helps stroke-induced blindness

Stroke victims can often suffer a deterioration in their vision

A new treatment is helping people with stroke-induced blindness achieve major improvements in their vision.

12:20am Wednesday 28 September 2016

Dalzell steelworks to reopen nine months after production halted

Production has begun again at the Dalzell steel plate mill in Motherwell (Warren Media/PA Wire)

Nicola Sturgeon will hail the future of steel and engineering in Scotland as she formally reopens the country's last major steelworks.

12:20am Wednesday 28 September 2016

Homesick wife 'almost blew double agent's cover'

Spanish born Juan Pujol Garcia was a double agent for Britain during the Second World War

Britain's most important double agent of the Second World War almost had his cover blown because his homesick wife could not stand living in England, according to secret files made public for the first time.

12:20am Wednesday 28 September 2016
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