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Theresa May will use Friday’s Brexit speech in Florence to signal that Britain is prepared to keep paying into the EU budget in 2019 and 2020 during...
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A Dutch woman fined $90 (£80) for urinating in public has caused a national sexism outcry after she was told she should have used men's facilities...
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No one doubts the past failings of justice in sex cases. Too often genuine victims were treated with disrespect and disbelieved, leading to a form of...

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A teenager has been arrested by detectives investigating the Parsons Green terrorist attack, bringing the number of people being held to six. The...
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The number of EU workers looking for post-Brexit jobs in the UK has plummeted by more than 40 per cent in some member states, according to research...
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Cloud and rain dominate today's weather forecast, with mist and fog developing in the evening. A band of cloud and rain in western and northern areas...
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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has said he will have his son killed if drug trafficking allegations against the younger politician are true...
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North Korea’s foreign minister has brushed aside US President Donald Trump's fiery threat to destroy his nation, comparing it to a "dog's bark" and...
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Rescuers toiled to wrest a young girl from the rubble of a partially collapsed school in Mexico City on Wednesday, offering a small glimmer of hope...
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The average price of a pint of bitter in pubs has topped £3 for the first time, a new report has revealed. The price rose by 6p over the past year to...
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One in seven members of the House of Lords claimed almost £1.3 million in taxpayer-funded allowances and expenses last year despite not speaking in...
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More than two thirds of students studying some degrees at the UK's biggest universities are dropping out after first year, according to new research...
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One in three GP surgeries have been found to be putting patients at risk, with traditional small practices among the worst offenders, NHS inspections...
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New TV adverts encouraging the use of E-cigarettes to quit smoking are to be launched by Public Health England - just as other health officials warn...
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A penthouse inside the celebrated Woolworth Building in New York has gone on sale with a record-breaking price tag, as developers tout the unique...
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A British IT worker says he faces a possible six-month term in a Dubai prison for sticking his middle finger up at another driver during a road row...
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Theresa May is resisting calls to apologise to party members for her disastrous general election campaign at next month's party conference. The Prime...
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No one doubts the past failings of justice in sex cases. Too often genuine victims were treated with disrespect and disbelieved, leading to a form of...
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British troops finally cleared of wrongdoing over the death of an Iraqi civilian 14 years ago face the “insanity” of a fresh inquiry ordered by the...
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The chief constable in charge of the £2m paedophile inquiry into Sir Edward Heath has presided over a “tragi comedy of incompetence”, the country’s...
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Robert Mueller, the special counsel investigating Russian interference in the US presidential election, has reportedly requested extensive records...
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The new US ambassador to Britain has described a conversation with Margaret Thatcher on a boat as "the best two hours I've ever spent with anybody...
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The Treasury's reluctance to even "mention the positives" of leaving the European Union risks Britain getting a bad Brexit deal, Theresa May's former...
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Millicent Fawcett was one of the great feminist leaders of her day. A dogged Suffragist who pushed for more than 40 years to bring women the vote...
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