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Tory leadership race: EU will renegotiate Brexit package, says Hunt1h 4m Tory leadership race: EU will renegotiate Brexit package, says Hunt
BBC
Mr Hunt said if there is no prospect of a deal by 31 October he would accept a no-deal Brexit.
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Hong Kong extradition bill: Protesters return to streets despite suspension2h Hong Kong extradition bill: Protesters return to streets despite suspension
BBC
Protesters flood Hong Kong streets over a proposed extradition bill, despite the bill being suspended.
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Donald Trump hits out again at Sadiq Khan over London violence2h Donald Trump hits out again at Sadiq Khan over London violence
BBC
The US president's comments come after five separate attacks in London leave three men dead.
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Boris Johnson puts Tories on a war footing as poll finds voters believe he CAN win election3h Boris Johnson puts Tories on a war footing as poll finds voters believe he CAN win election
Daily Mail
Tory leadership favourite Boris Johnson fuelled rumours of an early ballot by telling a hustings event he would 'get Brexit done and get ready for an election'.
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3h Ken Clarke vows to join no confidence vote to stop No Deal Brexit
Daily Mail
Former chancellor Ken Clarke said he was ready to vote no confidence in any 'idiot' who made a bid to take the UK out of the EU without approval from Parliament.
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The charity donation websites that take a cut of your kindness3h The charity donation websites that take a cut of your kindness
Daily Mail
What many people do not realise is that charity website providers, including JustGiving and Virgin Money Giving, make money by siphoning off donated money into their own pockets.
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Wainfleet flooding: Hundreds spend night away from town3h Wainfleet flooding: Hundreds spend night away from town
BBC
People are warned they may need to stay out of their homes in Lincolnshire for up to 48 hours.
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How we got Emma Thompson to make a pro-Brexit speech3h How we got Emma Thompson to make a pro-Brexit speech
Daily Mail
Arch-luvvie Emma Thompson is known, of course, for being an ardent Remainer, having described Brexit as 'madness' and Britain as a 'cake-filled, misery-laden grey old island'.
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3h Keneally backs medevac laws after Dutton claims Labor may help repeal bill
The Guardian
Peter Dutton says legislation creates ‘broad power’ to overrule minister but Keneally says this has been ‘misconstrued’ Kristina Keneally has reaffirmed Labor’s support for the medevac legislation after Peter Dutton claimed the opposition is looking to repeal or amend the law which facilitates medical transfers from offshore detention. On Sunday the home affairs minister said that more than 30 people have come to Australia under the medevac bill and gave new details about the refugee swap deal with the United States, including
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Hong Kong extradition bill: Protesters return to streets despite suspension3h Hong Kong extradition bill: Protesters return to streets despite suspension
BBC
Thousands march in Hong Kong to protest a proposed extradition bill, despite the bill being suspended.
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Gulf of Oman: Iran protests to UK ambassador3h Gulf of Oman: Iran protests to UK ambassador
BBC
The UK says Iran is "almost certainly" responsible for attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman.
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Villages are held to ransom by the gypsy family from hell after their rampage in New Zealand4h Villages are held to ransom by the gypsy family from hell after their rampage in New Zealand
Daily Mail
Notorious traveller family the Dorans who are holding a Worcestershire community to ransom over a plot of land. They say if residents to not buy back land for £600,000 they will build homes on it.
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Donald Trump hits out again at Sadiq Khan over London violence4h Donald Trump hits out again at Sadiq Khan over London violence
BBC
The US president's comments come after five separate attacks in London leave three men dead.
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Hong Kong extradition bill: Large-scale march under way4h Hong Kong extradition bill: Large-scale march under way
BBC
Thousands march in Hong Kong to protest extradition changes, despite plans being "suspended".
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Theresa May threatens to block Brexit No Deal after voting for Remainer Rory Stewart in Tory contest5h Theresa May threatens to block Brexit No Deal after voting for Remainer Rory Stewart in Tory contest
Daily Mail
Theresa May has privately vowed to thwart any attempt by Boris Johnson to take the UK out of the EU without a deal, her allies have told The Mail on Sunday.
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5h Donald Trump attacks Sadiq Khan in tweets over deaths in London
The Guardian
US leader calls London mayor a ‘disaster’ after three men killed in separate attacks in 24 hours
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Hong Kong extradition bill: Large-scale march under way5h Hong Kong extradition bill: Large-scale march under way
BBC
Thousands march in Hong Kong to protest extradition changes, despite plans being "suspended".
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5h Global heating to inflict more droughts on Africa as well as floods
The Guardian
New UK research predicts extremes of weather will hit food productionGlobal heating could bring many more bouts of severe drought as well as increased flooding to Africa than previously forecast, scientists have warned. New research says the continent will experience many extreme outbreaks of intense rainfall over the next 80 years. These could trigger devastating floods, storms and disruption of farming. In addition, these events are likely to be interspersed with more crippling droughts during the growing season and these could also damage crop and food production.
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Gulf of Oman: Iran protests to UK ambassador5h Gulf of Oman: Iran protests to UK ambassador
BBC
The UK says Iran is "almost certainly" responsible for attacks on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman.
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Hong Kong extradition bill: Protesters gather for new march6h Hong Kong extradition bill: Protesters gather for new march
BBC
Crowds are gathering in Hong Kong to protest extradition changes, despite plans being "suspended".
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Villages are held to ransom by the gypsy family from hell after their rampage in New Zealand6h Villages are held to ransom by the gypsy family from hell after their rampage in New Zealand
Daily Mail
Notorious travel family the Dorans who are holding a Worcestershire community to ransom over a plot of land. They say if they do not shell out £600,000 they will build homes without permission.
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Tyson Fury stops Tom Schwarz in second round of heavyweight fight in Las Vegas6h Tyson Fury stops Tom Schwarz in second round of heavyweight fight in Las Vegas
BBC
Britain's Tyson Fury stops previously undefeated heavyweight Tom Schwarz in the second round in Las Vegas.
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7h Mother charged after trying to mow down her ex-boyfriend with her car
Daily Mail
Police were sent to a house on Grazing Avenue in Morphett Vale in Adelaide's south on Sunday around 5am, after a Toyota sedan smashed into the front bedroom of the home.
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Tyson Fury stops Tom Schwarz in second round of heavyweight fight in Las Vegas8h Tyson Fury stops Tom Schwarz in second round of heavyweight fight in Las Vegas
BBC
Britain's Tyson Fury stops previously undefeated heavyweight Tom Schwarz in the second round in Las Vegas.
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Tory leadership: Boris Johnson wins backing from Esther McVey8h Tory leadership: Boris Johnson wins backing from Esther McVey
BBC
Former contender Esther McVey pledges support to Boris Johnson ahead of the first TV debate later.
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Man suffocated girl, 10 and her mother to death and then attempted suicide8h Man suffocated girl, 10 and her mother to death and then attempted suicide
Daily Mail
New York police identified the girl as Heaven Ross, 10. Linda Manigault, 34, who is believed to be her mother, has been identified as the woman who was killed. The man has yet to be named.
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Rose trails Woodland by one heading into US Open final round9h Rose trails Woodland by one heading into US Open final round
BBC
Justin Rose sits one shot off the lead set by Gary Woodland heading into the final day at the 119th US Open at Pebble Beach.
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Rose trails Woodland by one heading into US Open final round10h Rose trails Woodland by one heading into US Open final round
BBC
Justin Rose sits one shot off the lead set by Gary Woodland heading into the final day at the 119th US Open at Pebble Beach.
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Wainfleet flooding: Hundreds spend night away from town10h Wainfleet flooding: Hundreds spend night away from town
BBC
People are warned they may need to stay out of their homes in Lincolnshire for up to 48 hours.
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While Phil Neville bids for World Cup triumph, his other half gives their mansion a makeover10h While Phil Neville bids for World Cup triumph, his other half gives their mansion a makeover
Daily Mail
Julie Neville, 41, whose husband is leading his team, nicknamed the Lionesses, at the World Cup in France, posted photographs of her refurbished living room on Instagram.
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Factory brought to its knees by cyberhackers11h Factory brought to its knees by cyberhackers
BBC
A Norwegian aluminium producer is recovering after hackers took thousands of computers offline and demanded a ransom.
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Villages are held to ransom by the gypsy family from hell after their rampage in New Zealand11h Villages are held to ransom by the gypsy family from hell after their rampage in New Zealand
Daily Mail
Notorious travel family the Dorans who are holding a Worcestershire community to ransom over a plot of land. They say if they do not shell out £600,000 they will build homes without permission.
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Donald Trump hits out again at Sadiq Khan over London violence11h Donald Trump hits out again at Sadiq Khan over London violence
BBC
The US president's comments come after five separate attacks in London leave three men dead.
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Spice Girls: Geri apologises for quitting in 199811h Spice Girls: Geri apologises for quitting in 1998
BBC
Ginger Spice says she regrets leaving the band at the height of their fame, as their reunion tour ends.
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Babe Ruth jersey fetches record-breaking $5.6m at auction11h Babe Ruth jersey fetches record-breaking $5.6m at auction
BBC
The baseball legend's jersey becomes the most expensive piece of sports memorabilia ever sold.
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EastEnders star: How award saved my dad12h EastEnders star: How award saved my dad
BBC
A chance opportunity given to an EastEnders actor to present an award resulted in his father's life being saved.
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Warrington beats Galahad to retain featherweight title12h Warrington beats Galahad to retain featherweight title
BBC
Josh Warrington beats fellow Briton Kid Galahad on a split decision in a tough contest to retain his IBF world featherweight title in Leeds.
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Tattoos at work: Are they still an issue?12h Tattoos at work: Are they still an issue?
BBC
Employers have become more relaxed about visible tattoos at work, but some firms still don't allow them.
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Nigerian weddings: Glitz, glamour but mind the cost12h Nigerian weddings: Glitz, glamour but mind the cost
BBC
Why are some couples are having multiple weddings? Leah and Echina explain why they did.
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Hong Kong extradition bill: Protesters vow to push ahead13h Hong Kong extradition bill: Protesters vow to push ahead
BBC
Protesters vow to gather on Sunday, despite the government's decision to suspend the extradition bill.
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Berkshire family starts waste plastic swimsuit business13h Berkshire family starts waste plastic swimsuit business
BBC
A Berkshire family has turned the oceans' waste plastic into a range of children's swimwear.
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13h Jan Broberg: Abuser used alien conspiracy to control me
BBC
Jan Broberg from Abducted in Plain Sight tells BBC Radio 5 Live how abuser lied to control her.
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The day Trump ran for president (and what people predicted)13h The day Trump ran for president (and what people predicted)
BBC
On this day in 2015, Trump said he was running for president. How did people react - and what did they get wrong?
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Illegal eel exporters exposed by Countryfile13h Illegal eel exporters exposed by Countryfile
BBC
International buyers offered high prices for eels caught on the River Severn in Gloucestershire.
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Wainfleet flooding: More homes evacuated15h Wainfleet flooding: More homes evacuated
BBC
People are told to evacuate about 580 Lincolnshire homes amid fears a river could again burst its banks.
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Three London murders in 24 hours of violence16h Three London murders in 24 hours of violence
BBC
Fourteen people are arrested over five separate attacks in the capital in the space of 24 hours.
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Man in his 30s stabbed to death in London in third vicious attack in 24 hours18h Man in his 30s stabbed to death in London in third vicious attack in 24 hours
Daily Mail
A man in his 30s has been stabbed to death in Poplar, London, this afternoon, marking the third murder in 24 hours. Two teenage boys were killed yesterday in separate attacks in south London.
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Wainfleet flooding: More homes evacuated19h Wainfleet flooding: More homes evacuated
BBC
About 580 people are told to leave amid fears a Lincolnshire river could again burst its banks.
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Three London murders in 24 hours of violence20h Three London murders in 24 hours of violence
BBC
Fourteen people are arrested over five separate attacks in the capital in the space of 24 hours.
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Wainfleet flooding: More evacuations of homes20h Wainfleet flooding: More evacuations of homes
BBC
About 580 people are told to leave amid fears a Lincolnshire river could again burst its banks.
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Free TV licences cannot be saved with cuts to salaries, says BBC21h Updated Free TV licences cannot be saved with cuts to salaries, says BBC
BBC
The BBC says salary cuts would not plug the gap needed to fund free TV licences for the over-75s.
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Wainfleet flooding: More evacuations of homes22h Wainfleet flooding: More evacuations of homes
BBC
About 580 people are told to leave amid fears a Lincolnshire river could again burst its banks.
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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe begins new hunger strike22h Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe begins new hunger strike
BBC
Her husband is also joining her in refusing food, as they demand her unconditional release in Iran.
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Hong Kong extradition protests: Government suspends bill22h Hong Kong extradition protests: Government suspends bill
BBC
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam expresses "deep sorrow" at deficiencies in her work, after mass protests.
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Two London teens killed within minutes of each other22h Two London teens killed within minutes of each other
BBC
Fourteen people are arrested over four separate attacks in the capital in the space of 12 hours.
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Five listeria deaths prompt NHS food review23h Five listeria deaths prompt NHS food review
BBC
It comes as two more patients die in an outbreak linked to hospital sandwiches and salads.
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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe begins new hunger strike23h Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe begins new hunger strike
BBC
Her husband is also joining her in refusing food, as they demand her unconditional release in Iran.
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23h Amanda Knox accuses media of depicting her as maneating murderer
The Guardian
Acquitted woman says media created story about her role in death of Meredith Kercher
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Italian film director Franco Zeffirelli dies at 9623h Italian film director Franco Zeffirelli dies at 96
BBC
He directed stars including Elizabeth Taylor and opera greats such as Maria Callas.
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23h Spanish parties enlist support of far-right Vox to control Madrid
The Guardian
New mayor shrugs off criticism, saying nothing is illegal about decision to work with Vox Madrid’s city council has swung sharply to the right after the conservative People’s party (PP) and the centre-right Citizens party enlisted the controversial support of the far-right Vox to take control of the Spanish capital. On Saturday morning, the PP’s José Luis Martínez-Almeida was sworn in as mayor, with Citizens’ Begoña Villacís as his deputy.
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Amanda Knox feared attacks and accusations on return to Italy24h Amanda Knox feared attacks and accusations on return to Italy
BBC
Acquitted of Meredith Kercher's murder, Amanda Knox decries prejudice and trial by the media.
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Two London teens killed within minutes of each other24h Two London teens killed within minutes of each other
BBC
Fourteen people are arrested over three separate attacks in the capital in the space of 12 hours.
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24h Franco Zeffirelli, revered Italian director, dies aged 96
The Guardian
Italian equally celebrated as director of films, theatre and opera over 60-year career
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Two London teens killed within minutes of each other25h Two London teens killed within minutes of each other
BBC
Fourteen people are arrested over three separate attacks in the capital in the space of 12 hours.
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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe begins new hunger strike25h Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe begins new hunger strike
BBC
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe was detained in 2016 after being convicted of spying, which she denies.
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Hong Kong extradition protests: Government suspends bill25h Hong Kong extradition protests: Government suspends bill
BBC
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam expresses "deep sorrow" at deficiencies in her work, after mass protests.
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Wainfleet flooding: More evacuations of homes25h Wainfleet flooding: More evacuations of homes
BBC
RAF helicopters will return to drop more ballast to shore up a breach in a Lincolnshire river.
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Edexcel launches investigation after A-level maths paper leaked online25h Edexcel launches investigation after A-level maths paper leaked online
BBC
Part of an Edexcel maths paper was shared on social media ahead of the exam on Friday.
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Two teen boys murdered in south London 12 minutes apart and three stabbed in Clapham26h Two teen boys murdered in south London 12 minutes apart and three stabbed in Clapham
Daily Mail
One teenage boy was stabbed to death in Wandsworth at 4.42pm, while a second teenage boy was shot 12 minutes later in Plumstead. Three men were also stabbed last night in Clapham.
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Hong Kong extradition protests: Government suspends bill26h Hong Kong extradition protests: Government suspends bill
BBC
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam expresses "deep sorrow" at deficiencies in her work, after mass protests.
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Mallorca police arrest man after 15-year-old British holidaymaker raped in a four-star hotel sauna26h Mallorca police arrest man after 15-year-old British holidaymaker raped in a four-star hotel sauna
Daily Mail
Investigators were called in on May 27 after the 15-year-old told police she was raped after entering her hotel sauna alone around 4pm. The girl was staying at the four-star Best Delta Hotel.
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Amanda Knox breaks down in tears as she speaks at a criminal justice festival in Italy26h Amanda Knox breaks down in tears as she speaks at a criminal justice festival in Italy
Daily Mail
The US citizen, 31, returned to Italy for the first time this week since she was cleared of the murder of British student Meredith Kercher at their rented house in Perugia in 2007.
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26h Ten arrested over two murders minutes apart in south London
The Guardian
A man was stabbed to death in Wandsworth on Friday and another was shot in Greenwich Police have arrested 10 people over two murders that occurred only minutes apart in London on Friday afternoon. One man was stabbed to death in the street in Wandsworth in south-west London shortly before 4.45pm, while another man was shot dead in Greenwich, south-east London, at about 5pm.
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26h Indefinite delay to Hong Kong extradition bill announced – video
The Guardian
Efforts to pass a controversial law in Hong Kong which would have allowed suspects to be sent to mainland China for trial have been indefinitely suspended, Carrie Lam announced on Saturday. The move followed a week of mass protests and street violence over the bill
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26h Cocaine users are treating drug like a weekend drink, police chief warns
Daily Mail
Deputy Chief Constable Jason Harwin, the National Police Chiefs' Council lead for drugs, said people are using cocaine as a recreational drug, usually once or twice a month or every few months.
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Wainfleet flooding: More evacuations of homes26h Wainfleet flooding: More evacuations of homes
BBC
Residents of a further 290 homes in Lincolnshire are to be moved as river levels remain high.
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London Euston disruption caused by trespasser26h London Euston disruption caused by trespasser
BBC
Major delays are expected after the station is closed to trains for more than two hours.
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Jo Brand will NOT face police action after she sparked fury with her battery acid joke26h Jo Brand will NOT face police action after she sparked fury with her battery acid joke
Daily Mail
David Baddiel labelled the BBC 'cowardly' after the organisation censored the joke which Jo Brand has made regarding the state of politics in the UK.
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Neville proud after emotional England win27h Neville proud after emotional England win
BBC
England boss Phil Neville tells of his pride on an "emotional day" after a 1-0 win over Argentina sealed a place in the last 16 of the Women's World Cup.
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Edexcel launches investigation after A-level maths paper leaked online27h Edexcel launches investigation after A-level maths paper leaked online
BBC
Part of an Edexcel maths paper was shared on social media ahead of the exam on Friday.
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27h Mother who attempted suicide by jumping off a bridge reveals moment she realised she wanted to live
Daily Mail
Mother-of-one Donna Thistlethwaite (pictured) was pulled from the Brisbane River after she jumped off the Story Bridge on August 12, 2012.
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Islington stabbing: Man charged over pushchair mum attack27h Islington stabbing: Man charged over pushchair mum attack
BBC
Christel Stainfield-Bruce was stabbed after she refused to hand over her mobile phone.
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Two teen boys murdered in south London 12 minutes apart and three stabbed in Clapham27h Two teen boys murdered in south London 12 minutes apart and three stabbed in Clapham
Daily Mail
One teenage boy was stabbed to death in Wandsworth at 4.42pm, while a second teenage boy was shot 12 minutes later in Plumstead. Three men were also stabbed last night in Clapham.
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27h Adwoa Aboah: ‘I thought I was hideous. I wanted to jump out of my skin’
The Guardian
The supermodel turned mental-health activist on how battling dyslexia, drugs and depression helped her find her voice
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Hong Kong extradition protests: Government suspends bill28h Hong Kong extradition protests: Government suspends bill
BBC
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam expresses "deep sorrow" at deficiencies in her work, after mass protests.
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Two teen boys murdered in south London 12 minutes apart and three stabbed in Clapham28h Two teen boys murdered in south London 12 minutes apart and three stabbed in Clapham
Daily Mail
One teenage boy was stabbed to death in Wandsworth at 4.42pm, while a second teenage boy was shot 12 minutes later in Plumstead. Three men were also stabbed last night in Clapham.
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Venezuela crisis: Migrants dash to cross Peru border28h Updated Venezuela crisis: Migrants dash to cross Peru border
BBC
Thousands of Venezuelan migrants entered Peru before the deadline on Saturday.
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28h California’s wildfire season is starting and officials are bracing for the worst
The Guardian
In anticipation, Cal Fire has identified 35 top-priority projects to thin vegetation in vulnerable communities Last November, the deadliest wildfire in California history killed 85 and
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Neville proud after emotional England win28h Neville proud after emotional England win
BBC
England boss Phil Neville tells of his pride on an "emotional day" after a 1-0 win over Argentina sealed a place in the last 16 of the Women's World Cup.
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29h Hong Kong leader delays extradition bill indefinitely amid protest pressure
The Guardian
Carrie Lam says legislation that would allow suspects to be sent to mainland China had ‘caused a lot of division’ Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam has suspended indefinitely government efforts to pass a
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Hong Kong extradition protests: Government suspends bill29h Hong Kong extradition protests: Government suspends bill
BBC
The Hong Kong government suspends plans to change extradition laws, local media report.
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Exam board probes questions leaked before A-level maths paper as 15,000 students sign petitions29h Exam board probes questions leaked before A-level maths paper as 15,000 students sign petitions
Daily Mail
Bosses are 'investigating' after images claiming to be from Edexcel's maths paper three, set to go out into schools in the UK, appeared on Twitter.
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Two teen boys murdered in south London 12 minutes apart29h Two teen boys murdered in south London 12 minutes apart
Daily Mail
One teenage boy was stabbed to death in Wandsworth at at 4.42pm, while a second teenage boy was shot dead at 4.54pm in Plumstead. Police have so far made 10 arrests.
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Edexcel launches investigation after A-level maths paper leaked online29h Edexcel launches investigation after A-level maths paper leaked online
BBC
Part of an Edexcel maths paper was shared on social media ahead of the exam on Friday.
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The Rockall fishing dispute explained30h The Rockall fishing dispute explained
BBC
Scottish and Irish crews are between a rock and a hard place over Atlantic island fishing rights.
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Inside TINY two-bedroom home with 4outdoor kitchen and bathroom that smashed reserve price30h Inside TINY two-bedroom home with 4outdoor kitchen and bathroom that smashed reserve price
Daily Mail
More than 120 people turned up for the auction of the rundown house in West Melbourne, watching it sell for $760,000.
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Heartwarming video shows Texas Donald Duck fan, 9, greeting his cartoon hero with a huge hug30h Heartwarming video shows Texas Donald Duck fan, 9, greeting his cartoon hero with a huge hug
Daily Mail
Video of the light-hearted moment nine-year-old Aasher Liles, a special needs child from from Alvin, Texas, met his favorite Disney character is going viral on social media.
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Family sue Phoenix police for $10MILLION after terrifying moment officers pointed guns at them30h Family sue Phoenix police for $10MILLION after terrifying moment officers pointed guns at them
Daily Mail
Arizona mother to girls aged one and four, Iesha Harper, said in a press conference Friday announcing the lawsuit filed with Dravon Ames: 'Me and my daughters will never be the same'
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Chris Froome: Briton fractured neck in crash and faces six weeks in hospital30h Chris Froome: Briton fractured neck in crash and faces six weeks in hospital
BBC
Britain's Chris Froome suffered a fracture to his neck in Wednesday's serious crash and faces six weeks in hospital.
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30h Homophobic attacks must stop, say women assaulted on London bus
The Guardian
Exclusive: We felt an obligation to share our story, Melania Geymonat and Chris tell the Guardian “We are pretty tired of talking about getting punched in the face,” says Chris, a 29-year-old American woman whose second name you don’t know but whose face – distressed and covered in blood – is likely to have become shockingly familiar in the past week. Chris and Melania Geymonat, who is 28 and a doctor from Uruguay, were travelling home on a night bus, late on the evening of 30 May. They must have kissed, they think, or otherwise given away that they were on a date. To a group of young men, also sitting on the upper deck of the almost deserted N31 to Camden, that was taken as permission to shout abuse, ask how they had sex, demand, in Chris’s words, that they “perform”.
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30h The US must stand with the people of Hong Kong
The Guardian
But for policies to be effective we must keep in mind how US actions affect the debate within China, where there is vigorous struggle over the country’s future
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30h Hong Kong leader expected to delay extradition bill ahead of more mass protests
The Guardian
Carrie Lam to speak on Saturday afternoon for first time since protest crisis erupted in earnest Hong Kong’s leader Carrie Lam is expected to announce a halt in efforts to pass a
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Is Carrie Symonds descended from Downing Street?  30h Is Carrie Symonds descended from Downing Street?  
Daily Mail
Carrie Symonds is Boris Johnson's girlfriend and is on the threshold of getting into No.10 Downing Street. We reveal how illicit affairs in her family go right to the top.
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Mother is jailed after she killed a grandmother in a car crash when she fell asleep at the wheel30h Mother is jailed after she killed a grandmother in a car crash when she fell asleep at the wheel
Daily Mail
Anusha Ranganathan (left) caused Patricia Robinson the 'most horrific' and ultimately fatal injuries when she veered across an Oxfordfordshire A-road and into the pensioner's car.
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Hong Kong extradition protests: Government to delay bill, reports say32h Hong Kong extradition protests: Government to delay bill, reports say
BBC
The Hong Kong government is ready to pause plans to change extradition laws, local media report.
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32h Thousands of Syrian refugees could be sent back, says Lebanese minister
The Guardian
Gebran Bassil claims many refugees are not living in political fear, but stay for economic reasons As many as three quarters of Syrian refugees in Lebanon could return to Syria because they face no fear of political persecution or threat to their security, Lebanon’s controversial foreign minister has said. Gebran Bassil also urged the UK to rethink how it was spending aid money on keeping 1.5 million refugees in Lebanon, where he said they were taking the jobs from the Lebanese, and undercutting wages.
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US Open: Justin Rose trails Gary Woodland with McIlroy & Koepka in contention 14 Jun 11:40pm US Open: Justin Rose trails Gary Woodland with McIlroy & Koepka in contention
BBC
England's Justin Rose is two shots behind halfway leader Gary Woodland at the 119th US Open at Pebble Beach.
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US Open: Justin Rose two shots of leader Woodland, McIlroy, Koepka and Wallace all in contention 14 Jun 10:51pm US Open: Justin Rose two shots of leader Woodland, McIlroy, Koepka and Wallace all in contention
BBC
England's Justin Rose is two shots off leader Gary Woodland at the halfway stage of the US Open at Pebble Beach.
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14 Jun 10:47pm Tashaun Aird murder: third boy charged over killing of 15-year-old
The Guardian
Two boys, aged 15 and 16, and an 18-year-old man are already due to face court over the death of the aspiring musician A 15-year-old boy has been charged with the murder of teenage aspiring musician Tashaun Aird. The boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is the fourth teenager to be charged in connection with the fatal stabbing of the 15-year-old.
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14 Jun 10:33pm Belgium takes back six children of Isis fighters from Syrian camps
The Guardian
Children with parents face less certain future, with countries reluctant to repatriate supporters of violent jihad Six Belgian children of Islamic State members were returned to Belgium on Friday from camps in Syria where US-backed militia are holding thousands of militants and their family members. The children, ranging in age from six to 18, were left parentless in Syria, making their repatriation less complicated than that of dozens of other Belgian children of Isis members held in Syria’s northern Kurdish region.
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Penny Mordaunt mauls Boris Johnson 14 Jun 10:18pm Penny Mordaunt mauls Boris Johnson
Daily Mail
Penny Mordaunt, a senior lieutenant of leadership contender Jeremy Hunt, suggests Boris Johnson is a divisive leader who might 'scare off' the majority of Britain's voters.
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Listeria outbreak: Health secretary orders NHS food review 14 Jun 9:53pm Listeria outbreak: Health secretary orders NHS food review
BBC
It comes after two more patient deaths are linked to an outbreak of listeria in hospital food.
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14 Jun 9:52pm Democratic candidates debate: Sanders, Harris and Biden will spar in two-night event
The Guardian
NBC announces pairings for debates later this month, the first of the 2020 presidential campaign season The first 2020 presidential debate will be divided into two nights later this month, with senators Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker going up against the former congressman Beto O’Rourke in the first session. The former vice-president, Joe Biden, will face off with South Bend’s mayor, Pete Buttigieg, and senators Kamala Harris and Bernie Sanders on the second evening. NBC announced the lineup on Friday for its two-night debate, which will begin 26 June in Miami, and is set to be the first direct showdown between the Democrats vying to take on Donald Trump.
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14 Jun 9:35pm Chile bishop resigns after suggesting there is a reason the Last Supper had no women
The Guardian
Carlos Eugenio Irarrazaval stands down, weeks after appointment by pope to clean up church’s public image A Chilean auxiliary bishop appointed by Pope Francis less than a month ago has resigned, just weeks after he made controversial comments about the lack of women in attendance at the Last Supper. Carlos Eugenio Irarrazaval was appointed by the pope in an effort to rebuild the church’s credibility following a
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14 Jun 9:01pm A Chicago mother was killed and her baby cut from her womb. Now her infant boy has died
The Guardian
Yovanny Jadiel Lopez, who had been on life support since being brought to the hospital on 23 April, died from a severe brain injury An infant boy who was
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14 Jun 8:27pm Biden, Sanders and Harris to face off as Democratic debate lineups set – live
The Guardian
Trio drawn together for split NBC debate on 26-27 June, while Cory Booker, Elizabeth Warren and Beto O’Rourke to meet in other group
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14 Jun 8:14pm Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner made as much as $135m last year
The Guardian
In their second year as White House aides, couple took in funds from real estate holdings, stocks, and a book deal Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner took in as much as $135m in income during their second year as aides to Donald Trump, generated from their vast real estate holdings, stocks and bonds and even a book deal, according to their financial disclosures released Friday. Ivanka Trump’s stake in her family’s Washington DC hotel down the street from the Oval Office generated $3.95m in revenue in 2018, barely changed from a year earlier. The hotel, a favorite gathering spot for foreign diplomats and lobbyists, is at the center of two federal lawsuits claiming Trump is violating the constitution’s ban on foreign government payments to the president.
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Brexit: Does the UK owe the EU £39bn? 14 Jun 7:39pm Brexit: Does the UK owe the EU £39bn?
BBC
How much is the UK expected to pay the EU after Brexit?
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What does it take to look this fabulous? 14 Jun 7:32pm What does it take to look this fabulous?
BBC
Kenni is part of the UK's growing ballroom scene and spends most of his money on his look - but how does he do it?
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Why would a nurse become a serial killer? 14 Jun 7:22pm Why would a nurse become a serial killer?
BBC
German nurse Niels Högel is just the latest health professional to be jailed for killing patients.
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Week in pictures: 8-14 June 2019 14 Jun 7:19pm Week in pictures: 8-14 June 2019
BBC
A selection of the best news photographs from around the world, taken over the past week.
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Ebola outbreak in five graphics 14 Jun 7:18pm Ebola outbreak in five graphics
BBC
The World Health Organization declares the latest Ebola outbreak a regional emergency in central Africa.
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Blue badges: Task force launched to tackle parking permit fraud 14 Jun 7:17pm Blue badges: Task force launched to tackle parking permit fraud
BBC
A new task force is launched to tackle misuse of permits offering free parking to disabled people.
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Plastic pollution: Bangor divers cleaning up the seabed 14 Jun 7:11pm Plastic pollution: Bangor divers cleaning up the seabed
BBC
A group of divers are taking beach clean ups to the next level by diving for litter under water.
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Beyond Walls: Huge biodegradable artwork graces Paris park 14 Jun 7:09pm Beyond Walls: Huge biodegradable artwork graces Paris park
BBC
The biodegradable fresco stretches along the famous Champ de Mars park in Paris.
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Soaring second home ownership hitting young people 14 Jun 7:05pm Soaring second home ownership hitting young people
BBC
More than one-in-10 people in the UK now own second homes, buy-to-let and overseas properties.
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