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Brexit: No 10 to push again for vote on Boris Johnson's deal
The PM wants "a straight up-and-down vote" as the Commons returns after its rare Saturday sitting.
41 minutes ago
BBC
Brexit: No 10 to push again for vote on Boris Johnson's deal
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, says friends told her not to marry Prince Harry
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex speak to ITV about the pressure of living in the media's spotlight.
1 hour ago
BBC
Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, says friends told her not to marry Prince Harry
Chile protests: Five dead after looters torch garment factory
A state of emergency is in place for much of the country as protests rage against the cost of living.
10 minutes ago
BBC
Chile protests: Five dead after looters torch garment factory
Sri Lanka bombings: Forgiving and fighting to recover
Six months after one of the world's worst recent terror attacks, this town is fighting to recover.
10 hours ago
BBC
Sri Lanka bombings: Forgiving and fighting to recover
Katherine Ryan's boyfriend saves Netflix scripts during burglary
The comedian says her boyfriend "wrestled back" her laptop containing scripts for a Netflix series.
6 hours ago
BBC
Katherine Ryan's boyfriend saves Netflix scripts during burglary
'I lost £4,000 in a call centre scam'
Indian police shut two call centres and arrest seven people suspected of involvement in the scam.
5 hours ago
BBC
'I lost £4,000 in a call centre scam'
Brexit: Johnson to push for 'yes or no' vote on deal as Labour woos rebel Tories - live news
Follow the latest political developments after the prime minister was forced to write to the EU asking for an extension What next for Boris Johnson's Brexit deal' 10.22am BST Hugo Dixon, the deputy chair of People's Vote UK, has written this piece of analysis, accusing Boris Johnson of 'peddling untruths ...
13 minutes ago
The Guardian
Brexit: Johnson to push for 'yes or no' vote on deal as Labour woos rebel Tories - live news
What next for Boris Johnson's Brexit deal?
Despite his latest defeat, PM intends to bring withdrawal bill to the Commons within days Latest Brexit developments – live updates The prime minister tried to have a meaningful yes/no vote on his Brexit deal on Saturday, but parliament passed an amendment withholding support until full legislation on ...
18 hours ago
The Guardian
What next for Boris Johnson's Brexit deal?
'How dare they!': what the papers say about the battle over Johnson's Brexit deal
Labour plans for amendments to the legislation compete with ministers talking up the PM's chances of victory The papers almost all focus on the prospect of a new vote on the prime minister's Brexit deal on Monday. While some report optomistically about Boris Johnson's chances of getting his deal through, ...
6 hours ago
The Guardian
'How dare they!': what the papers say about the battle over Johnson's Brexit deal
Scores more heart attacks and strokes on high pollution days, figures show
Data reveals acute impact on people's health and the strain it puts on emergency services Scores of children and adults are being rushed to hospital for emergency treatment on days of high pollution in cities across England, figures show.Each year emergency services see more than 120 additional cardiac ...
10 hours ago
The Guardian
Scores more heart attacks and strokes on high pollution days, figures show
Meghan: I was warned British tabloids would destroy my life
Royal speaks of struggling to cope with her new life in interview for ITV documentary The Duchess of Sussex has revealed she was warned before her marriage to Prince Harry that the British tabloids would 'destroy' her life, as she spoke of struggling to cope with the reality of being part of the royal ...
3 hours ago
The Guardian
Meghan: I was warned British tabloids would destroy my life
Syria: estimated number of UK children trapped doubles to 60
Many of the stranded children are under five years old, figures compiled by UK charity suggest At least 60 British children are trapped in north-east Syria after fleeing areas held by Islamic State during the recent escalation in fighting, according to Save the Children 'twice the number initially feared.Figures ...
1 hour ago
The Guardian
Syria: estimated number of UK children trapped doubles to 60
Hundreds of highly skilled people left destitute as Home Office fails to act on legally flawed policy
Exclusive: Professionals with UK-born children say they are forced to choose between food and healthcare as a result of 'delay tactics'
2 days ago
The Independent
Hundreds of highly skilled people left destitute as Home Office fails to act on legally flawed policy
Brexit: More than 240,000 sign letter demanding Final Say referendum in less than 48 hours
Milestone follows Parliament Square rally calling for vote
14 hours ago
The Independent
Brexit: More than 240,000 sign letter demanding Final Say referendum in less than 48 hours
Boris Johnson news – live: Bid to bring back Brexit deal vote may be scuppered by Bercow as PM faces court challenge over ...
Follow all the latest developments
1 hour ago
The Independent
Boris Johnson news – live: Bid to bring back Brexit deal vote may be scuppered by Bercow as PM faces court challenge over ...
UK weather forecast: Britain set for hotter weather after coldest autumn temperature recorded
Country to be 'sandwiched between two weather fronts' amid respite from rain, but no Indian summer, say forecasters
1 hour ago
The Independent
UK weather forecast: Britain set for hotter weather after coldest autumn temperature recorded
Boris Johnson's Brexit plan in chaos as bid to force customs union deal has 'very good chance' of passing
Boris Johnson is facing a major new Brexit headache after MPs claimed they had enough support to force the prime minister to negotiate a customs union with the EU.
3 hours ago
The Independent
Boris Johnson's Brexit plan in chaos as bid to force customs union deal has 'very good chance' of passing
Home Office using 'go home' as example of racist hate crime – despite emblazoning same message on vans
Campaigners quick to point out that 'go home' vans were used by government as part of controversial 2013 advertising campaign encouraging illegal immigrants to return to home countries
2 days ago
The Independent
Home Office using 'go home' as example of racist hate crime – despite emblazoning same message on vans
NHS boss announces air pollution 'emergency' as major study shows our dirty air is killing us
10 hours ago
The Telegraph
NHS boss announces air pollution 'emergency' as major study shows our dirty air is killing us
Deadly protests in Guinea as Russia calls for change of rules to keep despot in power
1 day ago
The Telegraph
Deadly protests in Guinea as Russia calls for change of rules to keep despot in power
Conservatives chant 'lock him up' about Justin Trudeau as Canada votes after 'nasty' election campaign
51 minutes ago
The Telegraph
Conservatives chant 'lock him up' about Justin Trudeau as Canada votes after 'nasty' election campaign
Piggyback riders: Funny photos of lazy hitchhiking animals
1 hour ago
The Telegraph
Piggyback riders: Funny photos of lazy hitchhiking animals
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Two 17 year old boys dead after Milton Keynes house party stabbing 
7 hours ago
The Telegraph
Two 17 year old boys dead after Milton Keynes house party stabbing 
PM pushes for Brexit deal vote after being forced to seek delay
Prime Minister Boris Johnson will again try to put his Brexit deal to a vote in parliament on Monday after he was forced by his opponents to send a letter seeking a delay from the European Union.
12 minutes ago
Reuter News UK
PM pushes for Brexit deal vote after being forced to seek delay
Johnson on right side of the law over Brexit delay letter - lawyer
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is on the right side of the law after he reluctantly sent a letter requesting a Brexit delay at his opponents' behest, a lawyer who has worked on high-profile cases challenging the government said on Monday.
12 minutes ago
Reuter News UK
Johnson on right side of the law over Brexit delay letter - lawyer
UK midcaps recover on lower risk of no-deal Brexit
UK midcaps recovered from early losses to edge higher on Monday on hopes that a no-deal Brexit will be avoided even though uncertainties persisted as lawmakers forced Prime Minister Boris Johnson to seek another extension from the European Union.
18 minutes ago
Reuter News UK
UK midcaps recover on lower risk of no-deal Brexit
Asian shares tick up, pound skids on Brexit tumult
Asian stocks edged up on Monday as Chinese shares reversed early losses, supported by hopes for progress in resolving the U.S.-China trade war, while sterling slipped after the British parliament delayed a crucial vote on a Brexit withdrawal deal.
21 minutes ago
Reuter News UK
Asian shares tick up, pound skids on Brexit tumult
U.S. troops cross into Iraq as part of withdrawal from Syria
U.S. troops crossed into Iraq early on Monday, part of a withdrawal from northeast Syria ordered by President Donald Trump that opened the way for Turkish troops to launch an offensive against Kurdish fighters in the area.
25 minutes ago
Reuter News UK
U.S. troops cross into Iraq as part of withdrawal from Syria
Northern Ireland prepares for momentous abortion, same-sex marriage changes
Campaigners who fought for decades to end Northern Ireland's same sex-marriage ban and restrictions on abortion prepare on Monday for a momentous change to the laws on both at the stroke of midnight.
38 minutes ago
Reuter News UK
Northern Ireland prepares for momentous abortion, same-sex marriage changes
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