News EU-Canada trade deal: Belgians break Ceta deadlock 2016-10-27T10:52:56.000000Z Belgian regions agree to back the deadlocked EU-Canada trade deal, says Belgium's prime minister. Nissan to build new models in Sunderland 2016-10-27T10:52:13.000000Z Nissan says it will build the new Qashqai model - as well as the X-Trail SUV - at its Sunderland plant. 'Patients at risk' from doctors' low morale 2016-10-27T10:48:28.000000Z There is a "state of unease" in the UK medical profession that risks affecting patients, the GMC warns. Sun journalist has conviction quashed 2016-10-27T10:33:20.000000Z The Sun's Anthony France has his conviction for paying for tip-offs from an anti-terror officer quashed. Waiter knocks thumb off Roman sculpture at British Museum 2016-10-27T10:31:49.000000Z A waiter working at the British Museum knocked the thumb off a priceless Roman sculpture, it has emerged. UK economy grows 0.5% in three months after Brexit vote 2016-10-27T10:21:58.000000Z The UK economy grows by a better-than-expected 0.5% in the three months following the Brexit vote. Sakharov prize: Yazidi women win EU freedom prize 2016-10-27T10:21:45.000000Z Two Yazidi women who fled so-called Islamic State in Iraq win Europe's top human rights award. Shadows 2016-10-27T10:14:09.000000Z Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week, we asked for your pictures on the theme of "Shadows". The Great British Bake Off reaches record audience 2016-10-27T09:49:35.000000Z The final of The Great British Bake Off gave the show its highest audience ever, according to overnight figures. What's left of the Calais 'Jungle' ? 2016-10-27T09:48:45.000000Z Simon Jones shows what is left inside the "Jungle" camp in Calais following the demolition of tents and shelters by French authorities.