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Government urged to act as thousands prepare to spend Christmas on the streets
More than 24,000 people in Britain will be sleeping rough or in cars, trains or tents over Christmas, according to new figures.
Virgin Galactic successfully launches tourism rocket ship into space for first time
Virgin Galactic has successfully launched a tourism rocket ship into space for the first time - with Sir Richard Branson hoping a commercial flight will take place by March 2019.
Europa League: Chelsea fans accused of antisemitic chanting during match
Chelsea fans have been accused of racist chanting in their Europa League draw away at Vidi on Thursday night.
Even top NHS trusts are 'nervous' about winter
A director of one of England's best-performing hospitals has said he is "nervous" about winter, despite planning more extensively than ever.
Police investigate break-in at London home of Sir Paul McCartney
Police are investigating a break-in at the London home of Sir Paul McCartney.
Brexit blow for Theresa May as EU leaders say there will be no renegotiation
Theresa May's hopes of getting EU leaders to help her push her Brexit deal through parliament have been dealt a severe blow as she prepares to return home and face her party.
Tony Blair makes fresh pitch for People's Vote on Brexit
Tony Blair is urging EU leaders and Theresa May to extend Article 50 to allow for a People’s Vote to resolve the Brexit deadlock.
UK weather forecast: Warnings in place for blizzards and heavy snow
There are warnings of heavy snow and blizzards this weekend with a risk of freezing rain causing travel chaos, the Met Office says.
Policeman jailed for raping girl, 13, in his car and filming it
A policeman has been jailed for 25 years for a series of sexual offences against young girls, including the rape of a 13-year-old.
Big four auditors face market share cap after CMA probe
The UK’s big four auditors will next week face an unprecedented move to limit their market share and allow smaller rivals to gatecrash their self-confessed oligopoly as regulators shake up a sector rattled by a string of corporate collapses.
Two men arrested following stabbing
It happened in the City Centre
HMS Montrose has joined Chile’s 'party of the year'
The country has celebrated the 200th birthday of its Navy
Santa to bring a smile to local elderly with gift scheme
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Outland Road - Plymouth, Devon
Outland Road busy but moving between the Manadon Roundabout and the Milehouse Interchange. Travel time is seven minutes.
A379 Billacombe Road - Plymouth, Devon
A379 Billacombe Road busy but moving near the Sugar Mill Business Park.
Forder Valley Road - Plymouth, Devon
Very slow traffic on Forder Valley Road near the Forder Valley Interchange. Travel time is four minutes.