The most impactful winds of the storm are expected to hit Ireland, the Met Office said.
Headlines from the conflict following Putin's invasion of the Eastern European country.
A man in his 60s was driving a Skoda when it collided with a police vehicle on the A458 between Much Wenlock and Bridgnorth at about 10.15am.
Police were called at 12.35pm on Saturday after reports that a newborn baby had been found outside a premises.
A Gatwick Airport spokesperson said one flight was cancelled and two were diverted from Gatwick.
The storms were named by the Irish meteorological service, Met Eireann, on Saturday.
The 16-year-old is also charged with the attempted murder of two other people.
The 31-year-old man is due to appear before Lisburn Magistrates’ Court on Monday.
Union leaders vowed to resist new regulations aimed at providing minimum levels of service during strikes.
The TUC is holding its first special conference in more than 40 years.
Regulations will enable employers to reduce the impact of industrial action, say ministers.
Swindon-based Nationwide said it ultimately expects 200 workers to leave following a consultation process which will seek to find workers new roles.
The CMA has issued an invitation for comment from interested parties on the AI partnership between the two companies.
Researchers found that big firms, including UK-listed companies, saw their profits outpace inflation while ordinary families’ real incomes plummeted.
The Labour leader will insist that his ‘fundamentally changed’ party is ready to govern.
Activists protested in Glasgow Central Station after the UK abstained from voting for a ceasefire at the UN.
The shadow foreign secretary was writing after visiting a Bedouin community in the West Bank.
It comes after the UK chose to abstain on a United Nations Security Council resolution demanding an immediate humanitarian ceasefire.
Lianne Gordon was killed and two others injured in the incident on Tuesday.
PM likely to be asked about WhatsApp messages from pandemic that he says are irretrievable, despite reports number accessed
Workers knocked down the first of the homes in Hemsby, Norfolk, on Saturday morning.
The comedian and presenter told Claudia Winkleman he is doing ‘fine’ following a fall in September.