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28m Brexit: May tells MPs she does not have enough support to win third meaningful vote – live news
The Guardian
Rolling coverage including Theresa May’s statement to MPs about Brexit and MPs voting on whether parliament should take control of the process
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Brexit: Not enough support for Brexit deal vote yet, says PM32m Brexit: Not enough support for Brexit deal vote yet, says PM
BBC
Theresa May say she does not have enough support to win a vote on her EU withdrawal deal "as things stand".
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Israel strikes Hamas targets in Gaza after rocket hits house46m Israel strikes Hamas targets in Gaza after rocket hits house
BBC
Israel blamed the militant group Hamas after seven Israelis were injured in a rocket attack.
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50m Kenyan teacher who gives 80% of his salary to help poorest students wins top $1m prize
The Independent
Peter Tabichi works at rural school with no library, no laboratory and only one computer
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The desperate head teacher battling unpaid school bills53m The desperate head teacher battling unpaid school bills
BBC
A head teacher has risked her job by inviting BBC Panorama to film the financial chaos at her school.
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55m Apple streaming event: New News+ service asks people to pay for magazines, premium articles and websites
The Independent
Company discussed the importance of journalism as it brings new services to iPhones and iPads
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56m How much did the Mueller report cost?
The Independent
Mr Mueller's office has released three statements of expenditures
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10 years of Grindr: A rocky relationship57m 10 years of Grindr: A rocky relationship
BBC
A look back at the highs and lows from the first 10 years of dating app Grindr.
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Flossing, funky chicken & a golden buzzer - does elite gymnastics need to be more fun?1h Flossing, funky chicken & a golden buzzer - does elite gymnastics need to be more fun?
BBC
How did the 'Superstars of Gymnastics' format play out at its launch and does gymnastics - at the top level, at least - need to be more fun?
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1h 7m Jeremy Richman: Father of Sandy Hook victim dies in apparent suicide
The Independent
Jeremy Richman launched the Avielle Foundation to promote 'brain science research' after a gunman took his daughter's life
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Brexit: Not enough support for Brexit deal vote yet, says PM1h 17m Brexit: Not enough support for Brexit deal vote yet, says PM
BBC
Theresa May say she does not have enough support to win a vote on her EU withdrawal deal "as things stand".
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1h 21m Brexit: May tells MPs she does not have enough support to win third meaningful vote – live news
The Guardian
Rolling coverage including Theresa May’s statement to MPs about Brexit and MPs voting on whether parliament should take control of the process
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Israel strikes Hamas targets in Gaza after rocket hits house1h 23m Israel strikes Hamas targets in Gaza after rocket hits house
BBC
Israel blamed the militant group Hamas after seven Israelis were injured in a rocket attack.
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1h 34m Baby dies after parents circumcise him at home
The Independent
Police investigating after five-month-old boy suffers cardiac arrest
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1h 36m 'Netanyahu does not know how to end this': Weary Israelis lose patience over Gaza attacks
The Independent
'Right now Netanyahu has a policy of divide and rule with the Palestinians, he doesn't want peace talks,' says one local
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1h 36m Jeremy Richman: Father of Sandy Hook victim dies in apparent suicide
The Independent
Jeremy Richman launched the Avielle Foundation to promote 'brain science research' after a gunman took his daughter's life
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BA flight lands in Edinburgh instead of Düsseldorf by mistake1h 39m BA flight lands in Edinburgh instead of Düsseldorf by mistake
BBC
The mistake only became apparent when the "welcome to Edinburgh" announcement was made.
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1h 41m One in six students say they have no 'true friends' at university, according to study
The Independent
'As universities get bigger, there is a real danger that many students get lost and lonely'
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Horsford United FC: Life ban for goalkeeper who punched referee1h 47m Horsford United FC: Life ban for goalkeeper who punched referee
BBC
Aaron Wick of Horsford United FC knocked a referee unconscious after a penalty was awarded.
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New brain cells made throughout life1h 48m New brain cells made throughout life
BBC
The study could lead to new ideas for treating Alzheimer's disease, say the researchers.
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1h 50m Plague of poisonous toads infest suburban Florida neighbourhood
The Independent
Experts say the amphibians are bufo toads, also known as cane toads
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1h 52m Israel launches airstrikes on Gaza after rocket attack
The Independent
Prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel is 'responding forcefully to this wanton aggression'
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Jeremy Corbyn egging: Brexiteer jailed for 28 days2h Jeremy Corbyn egging: Brexiteer jailed for 28 days
BBC
John Murphy admits assaulting the Labour leader at a Muslim centre and is jailed for 28 days.
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2h Brexit supporter who hit Jeremy Corbyn with egg is jailed
The Independent
John Murphy, 31, yelled 'respect the vote' as he attacked Labour leader at north London mosque
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Mueller report: White House roasts critics over Mueller2h Mueller report: White House roasts critics over Mueller
BBC
The press secretary says President Trump is happy for the full Mueller report to be released.
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2h Gibraltar bans people from letting go of helium balloons
The Independent
British overseas territory cites 'commitment to clean seas' in decision
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Brexit: PM under pressure over Commons Brexit votes2h Brexit: PM under pressure over Commons Brexit votes
BBC
Ministers "more positive" about a vote on the PM's deal this week - but the DUP is still against it.
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Mueller report: White House roasts critics over Mueller2h Mueller report: White House roasts critics over Mueller
BBC
The press secretary says President Trump is happy for the full Mueller report to be released.
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2h Recreational marijuana faces crucial 'razor thin' vote in New Jersey
The Independent
Recreational marijuana use will become legal in New Jersey if the state's governor and top legislative leaders get their way
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2h Buy one, get one free offers and free samples fuelling boom in crack cocaine consumption, report warns
The Independent
Crack use beginning to become 'more acceptable, even fashionable' among groups who would not previously have taken it, report says
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2h Iran floods: Torrential rain and rising flood waters kill 17 and widen political divides
The Independent
US officials get involved, blaming Iranian authorities for water mismanagement
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2h MPs poised to take control and vote on Brexit options
The Guardian
Ministers believe Theresa May should not offer up a vote on her plan if it is not likely to pass
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2h Man spiked colleagues' drinks with LSD because they had 'negative energy'
The Independent
19-year-old accused of adding drugs to water bottles and a coffee cup used by fellow employees at car rental company
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2h The Conservative Party is assuring its own destruction over Brexit
The Independent
It looks increasingly likely that both Brexit and no Brexit will lead to electoral wipeout
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2h Brexit supporter who hit Jeremy Corbyn with egg is jailed
The Independent
A Brexit supporter who yelled "respect the vote" as he hit Jeremy Corbyn while holding an egg has been jailed for 28 days.
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3h Prince Charles and Camilla make history in Cuba
BBC
The couple are the first members of the royal family to visit the country in an official capacity.
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BA flight lands in Edinburgh instead of Dusseldorf by mistake3h BA flight lands in Edinburgh instead of Dusseldorf by mistake
BBC
The mistake only became apparent when the "welcome to Edinburgh" announcement was made.
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3h Tories accused of 'sweeping Islamophobia under the carpet' after quietly reinstating 15 suspended councillors
The Independent
Party's disciplinary process under intense scrutiny after refusal to publish information
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Brexit: PM under pressure over Commons Brexit votes3h Brexit: PM under pressure over Commons Brexit votes
BBC
Ministers "more positive" about a vote on the PM's deal this week - but the DUP is still against it.
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3h Nearly 110,000 suspected cholera cases reported in Yemen since January
The Guardian
Surge linked to early rains as well as use of contaminated water, with 18 million people lacking access to basic sanitation Yemen is seeing a sharp spike in the number of suspected cholera cases this year, as well as increased displacement, the UN said. Nearly 110,000 cases have been reported, with 190 deaths in the country, which has been at war for four years this month. Almost a third of the 108,889 cases, reported between 1 January and 17 March, were children under five.
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3h French Muslim group suing Facebook over Christchurch video
The Guardian
CFCM is also taking action against YouTube for allowing attack footage to be broadcast The French Council of the Muslim Faith (CFCM) has said it is suing Facebook and YouTube for allowing the public broadcast of a live video by the man who carried out the
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3h Avocado recall: Listeria concerns force California company to pull produce from six states
The Independent
Produce distributed to Arizona, California, Florida, New Hampshire, Wisconsin and North Carolina
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3h 10 children killed by US air strikes in Afghanistan, says UN
The Independent
Battle lasted about 30 hours in northern Kunduz province
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4h US Navy Destroyer sails through politically sensitive Taiwan Strait ahead of Trump trade talks with China
The Independent
Navy once again sends warships through waterway ahead of high-level bilateral negotiations
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4h Far-right Italian deputy Matteo Salvini takes Basilicata in south
The Guardian
Deputy PM renews pledge to change Europe as 24 years of leftwing rule ends in region Italy’s deputy prime minister,
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Seven injured as Gaza rocket hits home in central Israel4h Seven injured as Gaza rocket hits home in central Israel
BBC
It is the furthest a Palestinian rocket has reached in Israel since a 2014 conflict in Gaza.
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Brexit: PM to make statement in Commons4h Brexit: PM to make statement in Commons
BBC
A source indicates the cabinet is "more positive" about the chance of a third vote on the PM's deal.
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BA flight lands in Edinburgh instead of Dusseldorf by mistake4h BA flight lands in Edinburgh instead of Dusseldorf by mistake
BBC
The mistake only became apparent when the "welcome to Edinburgh" announcement was made.
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Automation could replace 1.5 million jobs, says ONS4h Automation could replace 1.5 million jobs, says ONS
BBC
The jobs of women, the young and part-time workers are most at risk from automation, the ONS says.
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4h Recession fears hit global markets, but German morale improves - business live
The Guardian
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as markets are hit by anxiety over the global economy
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4h Man 'tries to kill wife' by crashing plane into baby shower she was attending
The Independent
Witnesses claim they saw pilot hit his wife in heated argument at party before dying in crash
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5h Jordan Peterson's Cambridge fellowship revoked after he's pictured with man in Islamophobic t-shirt
The Independent
'The casual endorsement by association was thought to be antithetical to the work of the Faculty'
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5h Majestic Wine stripped of its name and capital by Naked boss Gormley
The Independent
CEO plans to rebrand group as Naked Wines and close stores to focus on the fast growing online business in what is becoming a familiar tale on the British high street
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5h Shane O'Brien: Video shows moment Britain's most wanted fugitive is arrested over 'murder' of Josh Hanson
The Independent
Suspect believed to have fled country on private jet after 21-year-old stabbed in neck at bar in London in 2015
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BA plane lands in Edinburgh instead of Dusseldorf by mistake5h BA plane lands in Edinburgh instead of Dusseldorf by mistake
BBC
The mistake only became apparent when the "welcome to Edinburgh" announcement was made.
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5h Alan Krueger, cutting-edge economist who served President Obama
The Independent
The Princeton professor's research was pivotal in understanding topics ranging from the minimum wage to the terrorist mindset
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Seven injured as Gaza rocket hits home in central Israel5h Seven injured as Gaza rocket hits home in central Israel
BBC
It is the furthest a Palestinian rocket has reached in Israel since a 2014 conflict in Gaza.
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Mueller report: Trump triumphant after being cleared of collusion5h Mueller report: Trump triumphant after being cleared of collusion
BBC
The US president is exonerated of collusion with Russia but not of obstructing justice.
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5h Sackler Trust suspends all new donations as opioid crisis backlash grows
The Independent
Family behind controversial painkiller OxyContin pauses philanthropy as it faces hundreds of court cases
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Automation could replace 1.5 million jobs, says ONS5h Automation could replace 1.5 million jobs, says ONS
BBC
The jobs of women, the young and part-time workers are most at risk from automation, the ONS says.
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5h Majestic Wine to close some stores and rebrand under Naked brand in bid to focus online
The Independent
'Where we have no choice but to close stores we will aim to minimise job losses by migration into Naked,' says boss Rowan Gormley
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5h Rocket fired from Gaza hits house in Israel, wounding seven
The Guardian
Several members of British-Israeli family wounded in attack on Mishmeret A rocket fired from the Gaza Strip has hit a house north of Tel Aviv, wounding several members of a British-Israeli family and prompting Benjamin Netanyahu to cut short a trip to the US. The Israeli prime minister vowed to “respond forcefully” to the strike – a rare long-range launch that overflew Israel’s commercial capital of Tel Aviv – suggesting a major retaliation. The army said later it was reinforcing troops along the Gaza frontier and calling up reserves.
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5h Where the River Runs Red - a mining community caught between the past and a sustainable future
The Guardian
In the isolated west of Tasmania an ominous red river divides the small mining town of Queenstown. A result of copper run-off from a closed mine, it is an ever-present reminder of the town’s history of environmental and industrial disaster. Where the River Runs Red explores a community in an economically crippled area caught between the past and a future that is less reliant on a mining economy
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Majestic Wine to close stores and rebrand as Naked5h Majestic Wine to close stores and rebrand as Naked
BBC
The wine retailer is planning to rename itself Naked Wines and focus on its online business.
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5h Brexit: Which amendments are MPs voting on today?
The Independent
Letwin amendment would pave the way for 'indicative votes' on wide range of Brexit options
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Prince Charles and Camilla make history in Cuba5h Prince Charles and Camilla make history in Cuba
BBC
The couple are the first members of the royal family to visit the country in an official capacity.
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6h Diana Ross calls for end to criticism of Michael Jackson
The Guardian
Ross describes Jackson as ‘a magnificent incredible force’, following extensive allegations of child sexual abuse against him Diana Ross has voiced support for
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6h Big Sean talks about struggle with anxiety and depression
BBC
Sean says he has coped with mental health issues for many years but needed professional help in 2018.
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Brexit: Cabinet meets amid pressure on May6h Brexit: Cabinet meets amid pressure on May
BBC
It comes after a weekend of speculation about the PM's leadership and claims of a plot to oust her.
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Scott Walker, influential rock enigma, dies aged 766h Scott Walker, influential rock enigma, dies aged 76
BBC
The US singer, one of the most enigmatic figures in rock history, was hugely influential.
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6h Montreal to take down 80-year-old crucifix from city chambers
The Guardian
Councillor stresses city’s ‘secular character’ as influence of Catholic Church abates For more than 80 years, a crucifix has overseen the civic business of Canada’s second-largest city from its perch above Montreal’s city council chambers. Next month, it will come down for good as the the centuries-old building prepares for renovation – and city councillors have decided that it will not be returned.
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6h Half-naked man lunges at police with knife after setting fire to car
The Independent
Likely he had mental health problems thus raising issue for more police training
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6h Brexit alarm bells ringing at 'deafening level' in City of London, says CBI
The Independent
Falling business volumes, a sharp decline in jobs and a 'national emergency', have damaged bankers' confidence
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Sackler Trust suspends new UK donations6h Sackler Trust suspends new UK donations
BBC
The Sackler Trust suspends new donations amid claims linking the Sackler fortune to the US opioid crisis.
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Mueller report: Trump triumphant after being cleared of collusion7h Mueller report: Trump triumphant after being cleared of collusion
BBC
The US president claims he was exonerated by Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
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Thunder three points clear after dramatic win over Wasps - Superleague round-up7h Thunder three points clear after dramatic win over Wasps - Superleague round-up
BBC
Manchester Thunder go three points clear at the top, Wasps slip to third and tight wins for Lightning and Mavericks
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Mueller report: Trump triumphant after being cleared of collusion7h Mueller report: Trump triumphant after being cleared of collusion
BBC
The US president claims he was exonerated by Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
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Seven injured as Gaza rocket hits home in central Israel7h Seven injured as Gaza rocket hits home in central Israel
BBC
It is the furthest a Palestinian rocket has reached in Israel since a 2014 conflict in Gaza.
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7h Recession fears hit global markets, but German morale improves - business live
The Guardian
Rolling coverage of the latest economic and financial news, as markets are hit by anxiety over the global economy
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Sackler Trust suspends new UK donations7h Sackler Trust suspends new UK donations
BBC
The Sackler Trust suspends new donations amid claims linking the Sackler fortune to the US opioid crisis.
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7h Brexit: May chairs cabinet ahead of statement to MPs as calls for her resignation continue - live news
The Guardian
Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen, including Theresa May’s statement to MPs about Brexit and MPs voting on whether parliament should take control of the process
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7h Scott Walker, experimental pop hero, dies aged 76
The Guardian
Death announced by label 4AD, who said he had ‘enriched the lives of thousands’
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7h Egg Boy breaks silence: 'It was not the right thing to do, but this egg has united people'
The Independent
Teen lauded after right-wing politician blamed Muslims for mosque terror attack
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7h Trump facing investigations 'more threatening than Mueller probe'
The Independent
Federal and state investigations put president in 'very real and very significant' legal jeopardy, say experts
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7h Smear test: Fear, pain and misunderstanding keep women from undergoing a life-saving procedure
The Independent
Screenings could prevent 80 per cent of cervical cancer deaths. But a decade after the 'Jade Goody effect', the number of women going for a test is lower than ever. Rachael Revesz speaks to women and doctors about why this is happening
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7h Trolleybuses are one of the UK's best chances to deal with the climate emergency
The Independent
After climate change set February temperatures racing, Eric Doherty explores the benefits of the UK adopting a battery-operated public transport system
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7h Kenyan children find a passion for photography thanks to growing charity
The Independent
Only 32 per cent of children in the country have finished secondary school. A charity encouraging education through photography is trying to change that, writes Will Worley
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7h Finding new Everests: The doomed journey up Nanga Parbat, and climbing's endless search for greater highs
The Independent
Tom Ballard and Daniele Nardi were two of the brightest stars of elite mountaineering. Their deaths on Pakistan's 'Killer Mountain' leave a sport reckoning with its own burgeoning popularity, writes Adam Withnall
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Prince Charles and Camilla make history in Cuba7h Prince Charles and Camilla make history in Cuba
BBC
The couple are the first members of the royal family to visit the country in an official capacity.
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8h Brexit: Which amendments are MPs voting on today?
The Independent
Letwin amendment would pave the way for 'indicative votes' on wide range of Brexit options
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8h Sackler Trust halts new philanthropic giving due to opioid lawsuits
The Guardian
Sackler family’s Purdue Pharma faces hundreds of lawsuits over its drug OxyContin A trust that has donated millions to medical science, healthcare, education and the arts in the UK has announced it is pausing all new giving as its members stand accused of helping to fuel the US opioid drug crisis. The Sackler Trust is run by the Sackler family, members of which own Purdue Pharma, a company selling the prescription painkiller OxyContin. The business is
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Brexit: Cabinet to meet amid pressure on May8h Brexit: Cabinet to meet amid pressure on May
BBC
It comes after a weekend of speculation about the PM's leadership and claims of a plot to oust her.
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Rock enigma Scott Walker dies aged 768h Rock enigma Scott Walker dies aged 76
BBC
The US singer, one of the most enigmatic figures in rock history, was hugely influential.
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8h Uber to buy rival Careem in $3.1bn deal this week
The Independent
Acquisition comes ahead of Uber's imminent initial public offering, which could be one of the New York Stock Exchange's biggest-ever listings
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Mueller report: Trump cleared of conspiring with Russia8h Mueller report: Trump cleared of conspiring with Russia
BBC
Robert Mueller's report finds no evidence of collusion but does not exonerate Mr Trump of obstruction.
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8h Government could ignore indicative Brexit votes, says Liam Fox
The Guardian
International trade secretary says real choice is still between Theresa May’s deal and no deal
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8h Rocket fired from Gaza hits house in Israel, wounding seven
The Guardian
Attack on Mishmeret comes 10 days after commercial capital of Tel Aviv was targeted A rocket fired from the Gaza Strip has hit a house north of Tel Aviv, wounding seven Israelis and prompting Benjamin Netanyahu to cut short a trip to the US. The Israeli prime minister vowed to “respond forcefully” to the strike – a rare long-range launch that overflew Israel’s commercial capital of Tel Aviv – suggesting a major retaliation. The army said later it was reinforcing troops along the Gaza frontier and calling up reserves.
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8h California mosque attacker left note about New Zealand shootings
The Independent
'We won't stop praying, we won't stop gathering,' says member of Escondido mosque
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9h Shell Energy is offering 700,000 UK homes 100% renewable electricity for first time
The Independent
Oil giant to take on UK's heavily criticised 'Big Six' suppliers which have lost millions of customers in recent years
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9h Majestic Wine to close stores and rebrand as Naked
BBC
The wine retailer is planning to rename itself Naked Wines and focus on its online business.
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9h Brexit: Cabinet to meet amid pressure on May
BBC
It comes after a weekend of speculation about the PM's leadership and claims of a plot to oust her.
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10h Mueller report: Bernie Sanders and Beto O'Rourke respond to Trump investigation
The Independent
Democrat 2020 candidates have promised to prosecute Mr Trump if they become president, and have called for transparency with the report
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10h The Mueller report is a massive win for Trump and a huge boost to his chances of re-election
The Independent
Analysis: Mueller report takes impeachment off table and Democrats must focus on 2020
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Sackler Trust suspends new UK donations10h Sackler Trust suspends new UK donations
BBC
The Sackler family halts new charitable donations and denies claims it helped fuel the US opioid crisis.
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Controversial study finds that brain differences between the sexes begin in the womb 10h Controversial study finds that brain differences between the sexes begin in the womb 
Daily Mail
Professor Moriah Thomason, from New York University Langone, said one of the main differences was in connectivity across distant areas of the brain.
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Mueller report: Trump cleared of conspiring with Russia10h Mueller report: Trump cleared of conspiring with Russia
BBC
Robert Mueller's report finds no evidence of collusion but does not exonerate Mr Trump of obstruction.
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10h Rocket fired from Gaza hits house in Israel, wounding seven
The Guardian
The attack on Mishmeret comes 10 days after commercial capital of Tel Aviv was targeted An early morning rocket fired from the Gaza Strip struck a house in central Israel on Monday, wounding seven people and prompting Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to cut short a trip to Washington. The developments set the stage for a potential major conflagration, shortly before Israel’s upcoming elections. The rocket attack destroyed a residential home in the community of Mishmeret, north of the city of Kfar Saba, wounding six members of a family who lived there. The Magen David Adom rescue service said it treated seven people overall, including two women who were moderately wounded. The others, including two children and an infant, had minor wounds.
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10h Dead rats stuffed with drugs and mobile phones found at prison
The Independent
'After finding the rats on patrol, officers noticed they appeared to have been stitched along their stomachs'
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Thailand election: Pro-military political party takes lead10h Thailand election: Pro-military political party takes lead
BBC
Preliminary results in the first post-coup election suggest the pro-army party could form a government.
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10h Brexit: leave-backing MPs pile on pressure as May’s deal drifts away
The Guardian
High-stakes Chequers summit breaks up without agreement Theresa May’s prospects of getting her Brexit deal through parliament this week dramatically receded on Sunday night after a high-stakes summit with Boris Johnson and other leading hard-Brexiters at her country retreat broke up without agreement. Tory rebels present said that the prime minister repeated “all the same lines” about her deal and that nothing new emerged during the three-hour meeting, at which Jacob Rees-Mogg, Iain Duncan Smith and Dominic Raab were also present.
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Shocking toll of young patients admitted to hospital with mental disorders linked to cannabis10h Shocking toll of young patients admitted to hospital with mental disorders linked to cannabis
Daily Mail
More than 3,400 patients under the age of 19 were admitted to hospital last year for mental and behavioural illnesses linked to cannabis, figures from NHS Digital revealed.
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‘Teenage gunman’ shoots girl, 11, woman, 30, and two others in London10h ‘Teenage gunman’ shoots girl, 11, woman, 30, and two others in London
Daily Mail
According to police, the incident took place in Figges Marsh, Mitcham at around 5:40pm on Sunday after a large number of men gathered in a street in the south London suburb.
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10h La Pampa: the illegal mining city Peru wants wiped out
The Guardian
Government invades modern-day gold-rush town in Amazon in its biggest ever raid on illegal gold mining Located along a jungle highway in the Amazon around 60 miles from the nearest city, La Pampa was a place you entered at your own risk. At night it was a riot of neon lights and pulsating
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Harry Potter: Tonna fan bags memorabilia world record10h Harry Potter: Tonna fan bags memorabilia world record
BBC
A YouTuber amasses a collection of more than 3,600 items to "Slytherin" to the record books.
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11h Greens blast decision to extend cashless welfare card to all in NT
The Guardian
Coalition move could lift the proportion of recipients’ welfare that is quarantined from 50% to 80% The Greens have blasted the Coalition’s decision to extend the cashless welfare card to every person on income management in the Northern Territory, potentially lifting the proportion of recipients’ welfare that will be quarantined. On Monday the family and social services minister, Paul Fletcher, announced that from January 2020 nearly 22,500 people on income management will move from the BasicsCard to the cashless debit card.
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11h Sackler Trust halts new philanthropic giving due to opioid crisis lawsuits
The Guardian
The Sackler family’s Purdue Pharma is facing hundreds of lawsuits over its drug OxyContin A trust that has donated millions to medical science, healthcare, education and the arts in the UK has announced it is pausing all new giving as it faces legal cases amid the opioid drug crisis in the US. The Sackler Trust is run by the Sackler family, members of which own Purdue Pharma, a company selling the prescription painkiller OxyContin.
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11h Police 'failing modern slavery victims and letting masters go free'
The Independent
Super-complaint claims 'poor practice' is causing victims to drop out of investigations
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11h Criminals stuff dead rats with drugs and phones to smuggle into prison
The Independent
'After finding the rats on patrol, officers noticed they appeared to have been stitched along their stomachs'
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11h Space for 1 million new homes on derelict 'brownfield' land, analysis reveals
The Independent
'Building on brownfield land presents a fantastic opportunity to simultaneously remove local eyesores and breathe new life into areas crying out for regeneration'
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11h 'Time is up' for rogue landlords who provide poor student living conditions, minister warns
The Independent
Unscrupulous people 'exploiting vulnerable students by failing to provide even basic standards of living'
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11h Rocket fired from Gaza hits house in Israel, wounding six people
The Guardian
The attack on Mishmeret comes 10 days after commercial capital of Tel Aviv was targeted A suspected rocket attack from Gaza has destroyed a house in central Israel wounding six people, an Israeli rescue service said. The sound of air raid sirens woke up residents in Mishmeret, an agricultural town north of Tel Aviv, in the early hours of Monday and a strong sound of an explosion followed.
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11h Air pollution: Two-thirds of teachers would support banning cars near schools, survey finds
The Independent
Children are most exposed to dangerous fumes on school run and in playground, according to Unicef UK report
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11h Squalor, glamour, wealth and cruelty: the Britain Van Gogh saw and loved
The Guardian
He painted prisoners, devoured Dickens and worshipped the London News … ahead of a major show, our writer reveals how Britain changed Van Gogh – and how he transformed its art
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12h Asian stocks slump as US recession fears grip markets
The Guardian
Australian treasury yields hit a record low in a grim portent for the economy, while the Nikkei falls 3% in wider share selloff Shares in Asia Pacific have slumped after a key market indicator flashed an “amber warning” that the
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Thailand election: Pro-military political party takes lead12h Thailand election: Pro-military political party takes lead
BBC
Preliminary results in the first post-coup election suggest the pro-army party could form a government.
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Brexit: Cabinet to meet amid pressure on May13h Brexit: Cabinet to meet amid pressure on May
BBC
It comes after a weekend of speculation about the PM's leadership and claims of a plot to oust her.
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13h Victorian father loses legal battle to stop child having hyphenated surname
The Guardian
Victorian Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages had assigned child’s surname after parents failed to agree on one A Victorian father has lost a legal battle to prevent his child from having a hyphenated combination of his parents’ surnames, with authorities ruling in favour of the double-barrelled last name. The child was born in 2015 but the parents’ inability to agree on the surname resulted in the Victorian Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages last year assigning a surname using both parents’ surnames hyphenated in alphabetical order, with the mother’s first and father’s second.
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13h New Zealand shooting: Jacinda Ardern announces royal commission into attack
The Guardian
Prime minister says the country’s highest form of investigation is appropriate for ‘matters of the gravest public importance’ New Zealand’s prime minister has announced a top-level inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the
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14h Kenyan man with Australian family set to be deported after being called in for visa interview
The Guardian
John Mwangi is a devoted stepfather and a co-carer to his Australian wife’s sister’s three children under an Aboriginal kinship care arrangement The wife of a Kenyan man who is due to be deported from Perth on Monday is lobbying the federal government for him to be able to stay in Australia. John Mbuthia Mwangi, 31, was handcuffed and taken into immigration detention on 14 February after being called in for an appointment with his Department of Home Affairs case manager in Perth.
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Cyclone Veronica: Destructive winds and rain lash Australia14h Cyclone Veronica: Destructive winds and rain lash Australia
BBC
Cyclone Veronica has brought destructive winds and torrential rains, prompting safety warnings.
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14h The Mueller report: key findings
The Guardian
Bill Barr released a summary of the long-awaited report into allegations the Trump campaign colluded with Russia The US Attorney general Bill Barr released a summary on Sunday of special counsel Robert Mueller’s
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14h An image of hope: how a local photographer captured the famous Ardern picture
The Guardian
Kirk Hargreaves reveals lucky break behind a picture of the New Zealand prime minister that symbolised the nation’s grief In the wake of the Christchurch massacre stunned residents were looking for images of hope. They found it in a photograph of prime minister Jacinda Ardern, clad in a black headscarf and overlaid with flowers reflected on the glass outside.
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14h Asian stocks slump as US recession fears grip markets
The Guardian
Australian treasury yields hit a record low in a grim portent for the economy, while the Nikkei falls 3% in wider share selloff Shares in Asia Pacific have slumped after a key market indicator flashed an “amber warning” that the
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‘Chicken’ Theresa May has ‘completely bottled’ Brexit says Boris15h ‘Chicken’ Theresa May has ‘completely bottled’ Brexit says Boris
Daily Mail
During a three-hour meeting, Brexiteers Iain Duncan Smith and Jacob Rees-Mogg warned the Prime Minister she must set out a timetable for her departure to get her deal through the Commons.
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BREAKING: Second Parkland shooting survivor commits suicide one week after fellow classmate15h BREAKING: Second Parkland shooting survivor commits suicide one week after fellow classmate
Daily Mail
A male sophomore at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School died in 'an apparent suicide' on Saturday night, according to police. The student's name has not been released.
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Brexit: What is Common Market 2.0?16h Brexit: What is Common Market 2.0?
BBC
What do politicians mean when they talk about Common Market 2.0 or a Norway plus solution?
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Instagram cleaners: Using housework as therapy16h Instagram cleaners: Using housework as therapy
BBC
Harriet Knock shares cleaning tips on Instagram and encourages people to talk about mental health.
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Preventable deaths? The story of Grenfell Tower flat 11316h Preventable deaths? The story of Grenfell Tower flat 113
BBC
Firefighters risked their lives to save residents of Grenfell Tower, but could they have rescued more than they did?
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Delhi Crime: New drama tells story of bus rape investigation16h Delhi Crime: New drama tells story of bus rape investigation
BBC
A new series follows the woman who led the investigation into a brutal attack that shocked the world.
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Wine Machine music festival Hunter Valley slammed revellers wait hour drinks event cancelled16h Updated Wine Machine music festival Hunter Valley slammed revellers wait hour drinks event cancelled
Daily Mail
Revellers who attended the Wine Machine music festival in NSW's Hunter Valley have demanded refunds and compared the trendy event to the disastrous Fyre Festival.
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Drugs smuggled into Guys Marsh prison in dead rats16h Drugs smuggled into Guys Marsh prison in dead rats
BBC
The find "shows the extraordinary lengths criminals will go to smuggle drugs", the Prison Service says.
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16h Isleworth stabbing: teenager killed in west London
The Guardian
Paramedics unable to save Abdirashid Mohamoud, who police say was chased by a group of men Residents in a block of flats in west London have spoken of their horror at seeing a teenager stabbed to death on Friday night. The boy, named as 17-year-old Abdirashid Mohamoud, was discovered with stab injuries outside a block of flats in Isleworth at about 10.35pm.
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Knife crime: Tony Blair says police losing knife crime battle16h Knife crime: Tony Blair says police losing knife crime battle
BBC
The former prime minister says "the emergency" means he is more worried about his own children.
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Prince Charles and Camilla make history in Cuba16h Prince Charles and Camilla make history in Cuba
BBC
The couple are the first members of the royal family to visit the country in an official capacity.
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Hamilton star plucked from obscurity says Britain must confront its colonial past 17h Hamilton star plucked from obscurity says Britain must confront its colonial past 
Daily Mail
Olivier-nominated actor Jamael Westman described the country's colonial history as 'like a mental health issue', that would get worse if it is not addressed. He plays the title role in the musical.
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ANOTHER Christian had asylum claim rejected after official questioned his faith17h ANOTHER Christian had asylum claim rejected after official questioned his faith
Daily Mail
The revelation follows outrage after an Iranian convert was refused asylum in 2016 because an official said his conversion from Islam was 'inconsistent' with his claim Christianity was peaceful.
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17h Young girl injured by shotgun in southwest London shooting
The Independent
Police say a large group of males were seen before reports a firearm was discharged
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17h Smacking children to be banned in Wales
The Guardian
New law will remove Victorian defence of ‘reasonable punishment’ by parents Parents are to be banned from physically punishing children under legislation being introduced on Monday by the Welsh government. Ministers in Cardiff are hoping Wales will become the first country in the UK to stop fathers, mothers and other adults acting in a parental capacity from smacking children to punish them.
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17h Gangs using dead rats to smuggle drugs into Dorset prison
The Guardian
Ministry of Justice says criminals are stuffing rodents with drugs and mobile phones
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17h Updated Cyclone Idai death toll passes 750 with more than 110,000 now in camps
The Guardian
Devastated areas of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi brace for the spread of waterborne diseases such as cholera and malaria Cyclone Idai’s death toll has risen above 750 in the three southern African countries hit 10 days ago by the storm, as workers try to restore electricity and water and prevent an outbreak of cholera. In Mozambique the number of dead has risen to 446, with 259 dead in Zimbabwe and at least 56 dead in Malawi.
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18h Brexit petition to revoke article 50 exceeds 5m signatures
The Guardian
Call to put brakes on UK’s EU exit is most popular petition ever on parliament website The petition asking the British government to revoke article 50 and reconsider its plan to exit the European Union has passed the 5m-signature mark, following a massive demonstration in London on Saturday. As of 11pm on Sunday, 5.3m people had signed the petition, making it the most popular to have been submitted to the parliament website. The previous highest total of 4,150,260 was for a 2016 petition calling for a second referendum should the initial poll not provide a definitive enough result.
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18h Mueller report: No evidence Trump campaign colluded with Russia, says special counsel
The Independent
The president is taking a victory lap. Democrats say they want to talk to the attorney general under oath
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Halep to face Venus Williams in Miami last 1619h Halep to face Venus Williams in Miami last 16
BBC
Simona Halep moves closer to regaining the world number one spot by coming from a set down to beat Polona Hercog at the Miami Open.
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19h Mueller's report is a massive win for Trump and a huge boost to his chances of re-election
The Independent
Analysis: Mueller report takes impeachment off table and Democrats must focus on 2020
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Late Magennis goal gives Northern Ireland win over Belarus20h Late Magennis goal gives Northern Ireland win over Belarus
BBC
An 87th-minute Josh Magennis goal gives Northern Ireland victory over Belarus and sees them top Group C with two wins from two.
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20h Brexiters pile on pressure as May’s deal drifts away
The Guardian
High-stakes Chequers summit breaks up without agreement Theresa May’s prospects of getting her Brexit deal through parliament this week dramatically receded on Sunday night after a high-stakes summit with Boris Johnson and other leading hard-Brexiters at her country retreat broke up without agreement. Tory rebels present said that the prime minister repeated “all the same lines” about her deal and that nothing new emerged during the three-hour meeting, where Jacob Rees-Mogg, Iain Duncan Smith and Dominic Raab were also present.
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20h Trump did not obstruct justice over Russia probe, attorney general rules after Mueller declines to determine criminality
The Independent
'While this report does not conclude that the president committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him'
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20h Thailand election: Pro-military political party takes lead
BBC
Palang Pracha Rath Party gains more than seven million votes, preliminary election results show.
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Kenyan science teacher Peter Tabichi wins global prize21h Kenyan science teacher Peter Tabichi wins global prize
BBC
A science teacher who gives most of his salary to support poor pupils wins the Global Teacher Prize.
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22h Neo-Nazi groups allowed to stay on Facebook because they 'do not violate community standards'
The Independent
Exclusive: International white supremacist groups remain online, spreading same conspiracy theory that inspired New Zealand attack
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Brexit: Ministers tipped to replace Theresa May rally round22h Updated Brexit: Ministers tipped to replace Theresa May rally round
BBC
Michael Gove says it is "not the time" to change leader and David Lidington says he is "100% behind" her.
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22h Avocado recall: Listeria concerns force California company to pull produce from six states
The Independent
Produce distributed to Arizona, California, Florida, New Hampshire, Wisconsin and North Carolina
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Watch: Liverpool legend Gerrard scores winner on Anfield return22h Watch: Liverpool legend Gerrard scores winner on Anfield return
BBC
Liverpool icon and Rangers manager Steven Gerrard scores at Anfield for the first time in five years, in a charity game against AC Milan Legends.
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22h Tory coup fails to materialise as Theresa May limps on
The Guardian
While there are ministers who believe PM should go, most agree it is not the right time If it was a coup, it didn’t last long. Cameras arrived early on Sunday morning outside the houses of David Lidington, the prime minister’s de facto deputy, and Michael Gove, the environment secretary, after two Sunday newspapers reported that one or the other could take over
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22h Thai election throws up surprise split between opposition and pro-junta parties
The Guardian
Early results show neither side win majority amid unexpected support for military Thailand has proved to be more politically polarised than ever, after the first election in eight years ended in a neck and neck race between the pro-military party and the opposition pro-democracy party. Going to the polls for the
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Harry Potter proposal proves a winner22h Harry Potter proposal proves a winner
BBC
Ben Griffiths surprised girlfriend Nia Roderick by commissioning sand artist Marc Traenor to propose.
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22h Thai elections latest: Military-backed party takes the lead in Thailand's first vote since coup
The Independent
Former governing party just 0.4m votes behind with 89 per cent of votes counted
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San Marino 0-2 Scotland: Alex McLeish booed despite win22h San Marino 0-2 Scotland: Alex McLeish booed despite win
BBC
Scotland boss Alex McLeish is booed as his side labour to a Euro 2020 qualifying win over minnows San Marino.
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23h German government bike helmet adverts attacked as 'sexist' and 'stupid'
The Independent
'Taxpayer money should not be spent to put half-naked women and men on posters,' says SPD politician
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23h Hijab clad Muslim teenager set to smash stereotypes in boxing
The Independent
Safiyyah Syeed, who was bedridden last year, says she wants to show anything is possible
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23h Brexit: Cabinet ministers openly at war as MPs threatened with general election for defying Theresa May
The Independent
Commons bid to seize control dramatically torpedoed by Brexit secretary – as leading Tories deny plot to topple prime minister
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Premiership: Exeter Chiefs 29-10 Bath24h Premiership: Exeter Chiefs 29-10 Bath
BBC
Exeter score 26 unanswered points against Bath to extend their lead at the top of the Premiership table.
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24h 2020 Democrats respond to Mueller report: 'It is beyond a shadow of doubt that Trump sought to obstruct justice'
The Independent
Democrat 2020 candidates have promised to prosecute Mr Trump as president, and have called for transparency with the report
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Norway cruise ship arrives at port after passenger airlifts24h Updated Norway cruise ship arrives at port after passenger airlifts
BBC
Hundreds of passengers were airlifted to safety after the ship got into difficulty on Saturday.
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25h University of Georgia fraternity suspended after racist video shows white students whipping each other and mocking slavery
The Independent
Incident is latest instance of white fraternity members caught on camera using racist language in US
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25h New York subway attack suspect arrested after footage of woman being kicked goes viral
The Independent
'Thank you to the worldwide community for the tremendous assistance,' says NYPD chief
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25h Viking Sky reaches port with 900 still onboard after dramatic rescues
The Guardian
Norwegian cruise ship was reportedly 100 metres from rocks after rough seas struck A stricken luxury cruise liner that had hundreds of its passengers airlifted to safety over the weekend has been towed to port in Norway as it emerged it narrowly escaped running aground and a major disaster. About 900 passengers and crew were still onboard the Viking Sky when it arrived at the port of Molde on Norway’s west coast on Sunday afternoon. Five helicopters had earlier winched 479 people to safety as huge waves tossed the ship around.
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26h Man attempts to board Moscow plane while naked
The Independent
'He said he flies with more agility when undressed,' eyewitness says
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27h Fashion house under fire for hotel plans at Costa Brava beauty spot
The Guardian
Campaigners say Custo’s development will spoil Sa Guarda in Cadaqués The Barcelona-based fashion business Custo is under fire for plans to build a hotel on a beauty spot in Cadaqués, a picturesque Costa Brava town that has long attracted artists and writers. Campaigners led by two groups – Salvem l’Empordà (Save Emporda, the region Cadaqués is in) and SOS Costa Brava – protested on Friday outside a Custo shop in Barcelona, demanding that work be stopped on the project to build the 4,000 sq m Hotel Custo and 104 houses on land in Sa Guarda in Cadaqués.
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27h Cheap vegetables and cries of terror: the high stakes of Turkey's local elections
The Independent
What should have been a humdrum vote for district mayors and municipal councils has become fiercely contested in the wake of the country's economic crisis
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Brexit: Ministers back Theresa May amid reports of a coup28h Brexit: Ministers back Theresa May amid reports of a coup
BBC
The chancellor, the Brexit secretary and the PM's de facto deputy defend the prime minister's position.
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Norway cruise ship heads to port after passenger airlifts28h Norway cruise ship heads to port after passenger airlifts
BBC
The vessel got into difficult off Norway's coast and hundreds of passengers were airlifted off.
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28h Bromsgrove Sporting: Jason Cowley scores spectacular goal for non-league side
BBC
Watch a skilful goal scored by Jason Cowley for Bromsgrove Sporting, a team playing in the Southern League Division One Central, the eighth tier of English football.
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Driver stranded at high tide on Holy Island causeway29h Driver stranded at high tide on Holy Island causeway
BBC
The man had attempted to drive across in a campervan an hour after the safe crossing time ended.
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Erdington crash: Children, aged 3 and 5, among injured29h Erdington crash: Children, aged 3 and 5, among injured
BBC
Five people are taken to hospital following a crash involving a people carrier and a car in Birmingham.
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Murder inquiry as man stabbed to death in Pinner29h Murder inquiry as man stabbed to death in Pinner
BBC
The man was found stabbed to death in Pinner, north-west London, at about 06:00 GMT.
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Cyclone Idai: What the aftermath looks like30h Cyclone Idai: What the aftermath looks like
BBC
BBC reporter Pumza Fihlani gives a glimpse of what the trail of destruction in Mozambique looks like.
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30h New Zealand bans 'manifesto' of Christchurch mosque gunman as more than 1,000 hand over weapons
The Independent
International community watches on in awe as Ardern's swift change to gun laws takes effect
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30h 'Treasure trove' of new animal species discovered at 500m-year-old fossil site in China
The Independent
More than half of remains found at location previously unknown to scientists
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30h Birmingham crash: Children aged 3 and 5 among those injured in Erdington road collision
The Independent
People carrier with seven people inside involved in collision with VW Golf
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30h Brexit: Minister warns MPs they face general election if they vote to remain in customs union or single market
The Independent
Government will not accept anything 'counter to what it was elected to do', Brexit secretary says - so 'the risk of a general election increases'
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Brexit: Theresa May urged to quit to help deal pass31h Brexit: Theresa May urged to quit to help deal pass
BBC
Senior Tories may back the PM's deal if they know she will not lead the next stage of EU negotiations.
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31h Brexit: Hammond says campaign for second referendum is 'perfectly coherent' and 'deserves to be considered'
The Independent
'It's a coherent proposition And it deserves to be considered along with the other proposals'
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31h Beyoncé effect fills galleries with a new generation of art devotees
The Guardian
Fame sells: that’s the lesson in a survey revealing the world’s most popular exhibitions during a bumper yearIn Paris, it was Beyoncé and Jay-Z; in Washington, it was Barack and Michelle Obama; while, in London, visitors queued to look at Pablo Picasso’s erotic muse or Grayson Perry’s summer picks. Last year the lustre of celebrity, whether garnered from fashion and entertainment or history, seemed to be the best way to attract visitors to museums and galleries.
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32h Brexit: Philip Hammond urges MPs to 'get together in a room' to solve crisis with May's deal heading for defeat
The Independent
Philip Hammond has urged MPs of all parties to "get themselves together in a room" to find a solution to the Brexit crisis, admitting Theresa May's deal is all-but dead.
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32h One telling image: in a Brussels corridor, the EU takes back control of Brexit
The Guardian
A photo of an ad hoc crisis meeting gives an insight into the efforts made to cope with a floundering British governmentAs pictures go, it spoke volumes. On Thursday evening in Brussels, Bulgaria’s permanent representative to the EU, Dimiter Tzantchev,
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Norway cruise ship evacuated after engine problems34h Norway cruise ship evacuated after engine problems
BBC
About 1,300 people are being airlifted from the cruise ship which had engine problems in choppy seas.
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Norway cruise ship evacuated after engine problems35h Norway cruise ship evacuated after engine problems
BBC
About 1,300 people are being airlifted from the cruise ship which had engine problems in choppy seas.
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Thailand votes in first post-coup election37h Thailand votes in first post-coup election
BBC
The military says the vote will restore democracy, but it is expected to remain influential.
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Mueller report: US Congress awaits key findings from Attorney General Barr37h Mueller report: US Congress awaits key findings from Attorney General Barr
BBC
The Attorney General is expected to submit key conclusions from the report on Sunday.
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Brexit: May urged to quit to help deal pass 23 Mar 11:14pm Brexit: May urged to quit to help deal pass
BBC
Senior Tories may back the PM's deal if they know she will not lead the next stage of EU negotiations.
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Caerphilly burns survivor enters beauty pageant 23 Mar 9:52pm Caerphilly burns survivor enters beauty pageant
BBC
Laura Masters spent years hiding her scars but wants to help other burns survivors boost their confidence.
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Cyclone Idai: Scores more deaths reported in Mozambique 23 Mar 9:42pm Cyclone Idai: Scores more deaths reported in Mozambique
BBC
At least 700 people have now been declared dead across Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi.
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The grieving mum helping underprivileged students 23 Mar 8:40pm The grieving mum helping underprivileged students
BBC
How a grieving mother created a trust to help underprivileged students embarking on university life.
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23 Mar 8:38pm So why ARE we fighting for the killer Prince of Saudi Arabia?, asks MICHAEL BURLEIGH 
Daily Mail
Saudi Arabia’s barbaric murder of dissident writer Jamal Khashoggi, who was strangled then cut to pieces in their Turkish embassy, has quite rightly drawn opprobrium from around the world.
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How Great Escape veteran Alan Bryett was foiled in 1944 23 Mar 8:36pm How Great Escape veteran Alan Bryett was foiled in 1944
BBC
Alan Bryett helped dispose of mud and sand as the tunnels were being dug at the German prison camp.
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Prince Charles and Camilla arrive in Grenada for tour 23 Mar 8:36pm Prince Charles and Camilla arrive in Grenada for tour
Daily Mail
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are in Grenada where they will learn more about local agriculture and the history of cocoa and spice production on the island.
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Cyclone Idai: How prepared was southern Africa? 23 Mar 8:23pm Cyclone Idai: How prepared was southern Africa?
BBC
The tropical cyclone took governments by surprise and caused widespread destruction across the region.
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Norway cruise ship evacuated after engine problems 23 Mar 8:22pm Norway cruise ship evacuated after engine problems
BBC
About 1,300 people are being airlifted from the cruise ship which had engine problems in choppy seas.
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23 Mar 8:09pm Universities to be fined for handing out too many top degrees, education secretary threatens
The Independent
Damian Hinds attacks 'unjustifiable' surge in firsts and 2:1s – urging regulator to use 'full range of powers' to halt it
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