The Guardian says a man has died after falling about 300 metres (1,000ft) down Ben Nevis, and 23 others had to be rescued in “ferocious” conditions.
The Independent says The UK is set to face plunging sub-zero temperatures as snow and gales are forecast for later this week.
The Queen has been seen driving her car around the Windsor estate just days after she was advised by doctors to rest for at least a fortnight.
The Army has been put on standby to deliver supplies to supermarkets as Britain faces a shortage of 100,000 truck drivers.
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Britain and France agree to join together to fight migrant traffickers, after 21 migrants rescued on Saturday
Britain and France agree to join together to fight migrant traffickers. The interior ministers of Britain and France have signed an agreement creating a new
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World News Briefing: Pakistani-Indian waters, Trump’s sanctions, Brexit and Harry Dunn make today’s headlines
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