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Winston Churchill suit to be sold at auction

The wartime leader's Austen Reed suit could fetch up to £6,000 at auction.

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Dog on M4 motorway saved by traffic officer near Hungerford

"Diesel" the dog is now safely back with his owner after multiple reports of a labrador on the loose.

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Thames Water plans to introduce hosepipe ban 'in weeks'

The firm plans to bring in restrictions for 15 million customers "in the coming weeks".

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Grassland blaze tackled near Reading rail tracks

Witnesses describe flames at the bottom of the rail embankment near Southcote.

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Liquid Leisure Windsor death: Health and safety probe under way

The park says it will remain closed for the rest of the week out respect to the girl's family.

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Charity alleges Slough council owes outstanding money

The charity says it has been left with a large legal bill by the authority, which has not commented.

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UK heatwave: Four-day extreme heat warning for parts of UK

The Met Office says temperatures will be below July's record highs - but this heatwave will last longer.

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Full extent of NHS dentistry shortage revealed by far-reaching BBC research

Nine in 10 UK dentists are not accepting new adult patients, while eight in 10 are refusing children.

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Reading bus with climate change design hits the road

The bus is travelling across Reading for the next year to raise awareness about climate change.

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Chicken the cat scoops national award for helping autistic boy

Chicken, a companion to 11-year-old Elliott Abery, is recognised for her "special bond".

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Newbury care agency found lacking in leadership by inspectors

The care regulator says the agency in Newbury did not always protect people from the risk of harm.

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Use water wisely to avoid Berkshire hosepipe ban

Hampshire and the Isle of Wight residents are the first in England to face water restrictions this year.

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Extinction Rebellion protest at banks in Oxford and Reading

The protesters claim Barclays and HSBC help fuel climate change by funding oil and gas companies.

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Woman arrested in Calcot house arson investigation

The woman is held on suspicion of perverting the course of justice after the fire last week.

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Water transferred from London to Berkshire to stop county hosepipe ban

Thames Water says it has moved water to ensure supply for customers later this year and into 2023.

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Legoland Windsor: Hotel reopens after weekend fire

The theme park hotel has been closed since a blaze broke out in a canopy above the entrance.

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Newbury council plans for 'hedgehog highways' rejected

Council rejects proposal for holes in fences to allow the creatures to move freely.

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Slough council to secure energy consumption prices

Slough Borough Council will buy 100% of its forecasted energy consumption in a bid to save money.

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Treason Act charge after Windsor Castle crossbow incident

Jaswant Singh Chail, from Southampton, was found in the castle grounds on Christmas Day, police say.

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Warning as cost of rural crime rises in south of England

People living in rural areas are advised to review their security due to fears crime will increase.

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Slough council puts ex-Beatles and Hendrix gig venue up for sale

The former Adelphi Theatre owned by debt-ridden Slough Borough Council has gone on the market.

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Care firm My Homecare Reading put clients at risk, report finds

My Homecare Reading did not carry out required recruitment checks for some staff, say inspectors.

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Driest July in England since 1935 - Met Office

Parts of England saw the driest July on record with serious impacts on farmland and wildfire.

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Thomas Parker death at Reading Station: Man charged with murder

Thomas Parker died on a platform at Reading Station after an altercation in a carriage on Saturday.

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Legoland Windsor: Hotel evacuated as fire breaks out

Guest at the theme park's hotel were guided to safety after a fire broke out on Sunday afternoon.

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Young Reading footballers inspired by Lioness Fran Kirby

Girls who play for Rotherfield United say they've been inspired by Reading's Fran Kirby Euros victory.

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Harry Gration: York Minster funeral remembers BBC TV presenter

Family, friends and colleagues gather for a service marking the life of the TV presenter.

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Calcot house fire: Teenager, 17, released by police

Three homes were severely damaged after the fire in Red Cottage Drive, Calcot on Thursday night.

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'Magnificent' Lionesses honoured with GWR train tribute

GWR has celebrated the women's Euro 2022 triumph with a tribute on an Intercity Express Train.

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Debt-ridden Slough Borough Council 'very close' to selling assets

The Odeon cinema in Basingstoke is among assets owned by Slough Borough Council set to be sold.

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Check your postcode: Is your area vulnerable to extreme heat?

With Britain reaching record temperatures, use our postcode tool to find out how your area experiences extreme heat.

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ĎItís like an ovení: Life in Britainís hottest neighbourhoods

Exclusive BBC analysis shows that millions of people live in heat hotspots, and deprived areas are those most affected.

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Is the UK getting hotter, and what causes heatwaves?

The Met Office says heatwaves are now far more likely to occur than they were in the 18th century.

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Hot weather: How to sleep in the heat

A simple guide on how to get a good night's sleep in the heat.

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Climate change food calculator: What's your diet's carbon footprint?

Check the environmental impact of what you eat and drink.

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What is net zero and how are the UK and other countries doing?

Experts want countries to adopt targets to reduce emissions to net zero by 2050.

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Covid: Why do some vaccines protect you for longer than others?

Here's why you need more than one Covid jab.

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How many Covid cases in your area?

Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK.

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How hot is it where you are?

Compare the temperature in your area to other locations in the UK and around the world.

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Royal Berkshire Fire and Rescue Service 'have a go' day for women

Prospective firefighters faced challenges including a circuit of weights and cardio wearing full kit.

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Platinum Jubilee: Remembering the day we met the Queen

For thousands of people a meeting with the Queen was the most memorable day of their lives.

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Fireball in sky captured on video over southern England

Social media users have posted video and pictures of a fireball over southern England.

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Binfield Heath: Passengers flee from burning bus

A bus burst into flames as it was travelling through Binfield Heath, after a passing motorist flagged it down.

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Oxfordshire ultra-runner breaks British 100-mile record

Samantha Amend ran the distance on a track in a time of 14 hours and 10 minutes.

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Reading 1-2 Stevenage: Danny Rose goal seals win for impressive League Two side

Danny Rose's late goal sees League Two Stevenage knock Championship side Reading out of the Carabao Cup in the first round.

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Harry Dunlop to quit training at end of season due to 'economic climate'

Harry Dunlop will stop training at the end of the flat season, with his main reason being the "current economic climate".

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Reading 2-1 Cardiff City: Tom Ince strike sees Royals come from behind to win

A stunning second-half strike from Tom Ince helps Reading come from behind to beat Cardiff City.

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Notts County 3-0 Maidenhead United

Summer signing Macaulay Langstaff scores twice as Notts County open their National League campaign with a 3-0 win over Maidenhead.

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Northern Ireland internationals Jackie Burns and Lauren Wade join WSL side Reading

Northern Ireland internationals Jackie Burns and Lauren Wade sign for WSL club Reading after impressing at Euro 2022.

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