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Passersby narrowly avoid Dorset cliff collapse 14 Mar 7:02pm Passersby narrowly avoid Dorset cliff collapse
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Over 1,000 tonnes of rock and debris fell on East Beach in Dorset, although no-one was injured.
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Sir Vince Cable to quit as Lib Dem leader in May 14 Mar 6:56pm Sir Vince Cable to quit as Lib Dem leader in May
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Sir Vince Cable says he will step down after the English local elections in May.
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Brexit: MPs vote by a majority of 211 to seek delay to EU departure 14 Mar 6:49pm Brexit: MPs vote by a majority of 211 to seek delay to EU departure
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The UK may not now leave the EU on 29 March, if EU member states agree to grant a delay.
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Facebook loses chief product officer and Whatsapp head 14 Mar 6:46pm Facebook loses chief product officer and Whatsapp head
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The two resignations come a week after Mark Zuckerberg outlined plans for a "privacy-focused" platform.
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David Steel suspended by Lib Dems over Cyril Smith remarks 14 Mar 6:37pm David Steel suspended by Lib Dems over Cyril Smith remarks
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David Steel told a child abuse inquiry on Wednesday that he had "assumed" former MP Cyril Smith was an abuser, but took no action.
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Aubameyang inspires comeback as Arsenal reach quarter-finals 14 Mar 6:35pm Aubameyang inspires comeback as Arsenal reach quarter-finals
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Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang inspires an Arsenal victory over Rennes as they progress to the quarter-finals of the Europa League.
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Brexit: MPs vote by a majority of 211 to seek delay to EU departure 14 Mar 6:25pm Brexit: MPs vote by a majority of 211 to seek delay to EU departure
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The UK may not now leave the EU on 29 March, if EU member states agree to grant a delay.
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Sir Vince Cable to quit as Lib Dem leader in May 14 Mar 6:17pm Sir Vince Cable to quit as Lib Dem leader in May
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Sir Vince Cable says he will step down after the English local elections in May.
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Sir Vince Cable to quit as Lib Dem leader in May 14 Mar 5:32pm Sir Vince Cable to quit as Lib Dem leader in May
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Sir Vince Cable says he will step down after the English local elections in May.
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Brexit: MPs vote by a majority of 211 to seek delay to EU departure 14 Mar 5:03pm Brexit: MPs vote by a majority of 211 to seek delay to EU departure
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The UK may not now leave the EU on 29 March, if EU member states agree to grant a delay.
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Bale wants to end career at Real Madrid - agent 14 Mar 4:49pm Bale wants to end career at Real Madrid - agent
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Gareth Bale wants to "play all his career" at Real Madrid despite the return of Zinedine Zidane as manager, says his agent Jonathan Barnett.
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Dynamo Kiev 0-5 Chelsea: Olivier Giroud hits hat-trick as Blues record thumping win 14 Mar 4:37pm Dynamo Kiev 0-5 Chelsea: Olivier Giroud hits hat-trick as Blues record thumping win
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Olivier Giroud scores a hat-trick as Chelsea thrash Dynamo Kiev to move into the Europa League quarter-finals with an 8-0 aggregate win.
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Brexit: MPs vote by a majority of 211 to seek delay to EU departure 14 Mar 4:33pm Brexit: MPs vote by a majority of 211 to seek delay to EU departure
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The UK may not now leave the EU on 29 March, if EU member states agree to grant a delay.
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How did my MP vote on Brexit delay? 14 Mar 4:12pm How did my MP vote on Brexit delay?
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Check how your MP voted in the latest Brexit vote.
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Senate Republicans revolt against Trump over border 14 Mar 4:03pm Senate Republicans revolt against Trump over border
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Republican rebels backed a measure revoking the president's emergency declaration.
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Bloody Sunday: Soldier F faces murder charges 14 Mar 3:55pm Bloody Sunday: Soldier F faces murder charges
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The sole prosecution is seen as a "terrible disappointment" by some of the families of the 13 people killed.
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Senate Republicans revolt against Trump over border 14 Mar 3:24pm Senate Republicans revolt against Trump over border
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Republican rebels backed a measure revoking the president's emergency declaration.
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Brexit: MPs vote by 412 to 202 to seek delay to EU departure 14 Mar 3:18pm Brexit: MPs vote by 412 to 202 to seek delay to EU departure
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The UK may not now leave the EU on 29 March, if EU member states agree to grant a delay.
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14 Mar 3:09pm What could happen next?
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Theresa May has twice failed to get her Brexit deal through Parliament. What might the next move be?
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Brexit: MPs vote by 412 to 202 to seek delay to EU departure 14 Mar 2:37pm Brexit: MPs vote by 412 to 202 to seek delay to EU departure
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The UK may not now leave the EU on 29 March, if EU member states agree to grant a delay.
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Trump faces Senate revolt in vote on border emergency 14 Mar 2:25pm Trump faces Senate revolt in vote on border emergency
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Republican rebels are expected to back a measure revoking the president's emergency declaration.
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Bloody Sunday: Soldier F faces murder charges 14 Mar 2:20pm Bloody Sunday: Soldier F faces murder charges
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The sole prosecution is seen as a "terrible disappointment" by some of the families of the 13 people killed.
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Paul Scholes: Former Manchester United and England midfielder leaves role as Oldham Athletic manager 14 Mar 1:40pm Paul Scholes: Former Manchester United and England midfielder leaves role as Oldham Athletic manager
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Former Manchester United and England midfielder Paul Scholes leaves his role as Oldham boss after barely a month in charge.
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Jack Grealish attack: Birmingham City charged by FA with failing to control spectators 14 Mar 1:39pm Jack Grealish attack: Birmingham City charged by FA with failing to control spectators
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Birmingham are charged by the FA with failing to control spectators after a fan attacked Jack Grealish during the match with Aston Villa.
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Jack Grealish attack: Birmingham City charged by FA with failing to control spectators 14 Mar 1:26pm Jack Grealish attack: Birmingham City charged by FA with failing to control spectators
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Birmingham are charged by the FA with failing to control spectators after a fan attacked Jack Grealish during the match with Aston Villa.
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Jones wants to protect Cokanasiga from hype 14 Mar 1:22pm Jones wants to protect Cokanasiga from hype
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England coach Eddie Jones says he will protect Joe Cokanasiga from media expectations after leaving him out of the squad to face Scotland.
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Paul Scholes: Former Manchester United and England midfielder leaves role as Oldham Athletic manager 14 Mar 1:14pm Paul Scholes: Former Manchester United and England midfielder leaves role as Oldham Athletic manager
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Former Manchester United and England midfielder Paul Scholes leaves his role as Oldham boss after barely a month in charge.
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Frost becomes first female jockey to ride Grade One Cheltenham Festival winner over fences 14 Mar 1:04pm Frost becomes first female jockey to ride Grade One Cheltenham Festival winner over fences
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Bryony Frost creates Cheltenham Festival history as she guides Frodon to Grade One victory in the Ryanair Chase.
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Bloody Sunday: Soldier F faces murder charges 14 Mar 12:58pm Bloody Sunday: Soldier F faces murder charges
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The sole prosecution is seen as a "terrible disappointment" by some of the families of the 13 people killed.
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Facebook blames server tweak for blackout issues 14 Mar 12:58pm Facebook blames server tweak for blackout issues
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A server configuration change is blamed for global disruption to Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp.
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Bloody Sunday: Soldier F faces murder charges 14 Mar 12:30pm Bloody Sunday: Soldier F faces murder charges
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The sole prosecution is seen as a "terrible disappointment" by some of the families of the 13 people killed.
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Trump faces Senate revolt in vote on border emergency 14 Mar 12:07pm Trump faces Senate revolt in vote on border emergency
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Republican rebels are expected to back a measure revoking the president's emergency declaration.
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NHS let me down, says health manager with cancer 14 Mar 12:07pm NHS let me down, says health manager with cancer
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A patient with late-stage bowel cancer hits out as figures show cancer waits are at their worst level since records began.
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Frost becomes first female jockey to ride Grade One Cheltenham Festival winner over fences 14 Mar 12:01pm Frost becomes first female jockey to ride Grade One Cheltenham Festival winner over fences
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Bryony Frost creates Cheltenham Festival history as she guides Frodon to Grade One victory in the Ryanair Chase.
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14 Mar 11:47am Brexit amendments: What might MPs vote on?
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Speaker John Bercow has selected four amendments which could potentially be voted on later by MPs.
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Bloody Sunday: Soldier F faces murder charges 14 Mar 11:25am Bloody Sunday: Soldier F faces murder charges
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The sole prosecution is seen as a "terrible disappointment" by families of some of the 13 people killed.
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Trump faces Senate revolt in vote on border emergency 14 Mar 11:24am Trump faces Senate revolt in vote on border emergency
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Republican rebels are expected to back a measure revoking the president's emergency declaration.
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14 Mar 9:54am Avengers Endgame: What we learned from the new trailer
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The Avengers return to cinemas in April this year and the superhero team is squaring up for a showdown.
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14 Mar 9:18am Bloody Sunday: Soldier F faces murder charges
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A former British soldier faces murder charges over the killing of two people in Londonderry in 1972.
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Knife crime: Number of offences at nine-year high 14 Mar 8:29am Knife crime: Number of offences at nine-year high
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The figures show just over a third of the offences dealt with by the courts led to a jail sentence.
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Bloody Sunday: Soldier F faces murder charges 14 Mar 8:26am Bloody Sunday: Soldier F faces murder charges
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A former British soldier faces murder charges over the killing of two people in Londonderry in 1972.
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God of War leads Bafta gaming nominations 14 Mar 8:10am God of War leads Bafta gaming nominations
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Big budget games and independent titles will compete across a variety of categories at a ceremony in April.
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Brexit: PM to bring third Brexit deal vote to Commons 14 Mar 8:09am Brexit: PM to bring third Brexit deal vote to Commons
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The vote is due in the coming days, after MPs decide later whether to ask the EU to delay Brexit.
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England v Scotland: Joe Cokanasiga out, Henry Slade in for hosts 14 Mar 7:55am England v Scotland: Joe Cokanasiga out, Henry Slade in for hosts
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Joe Cokanasiga misses out on England's match-day squad to face Scotland in the Six Nations as head coach Eddie Jones makes four changes.
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Sky Brown: The 10-year-old British skateboarder aiming to make history at Tokyo 14 Mar 7:19am Sky Brown: The 10-year-old British skateboarder aiming to make history at Tokyo
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Sky Brown surfs, skateboards and dances, and hopes to become Britain's youngest ever summer Olympian at the Tokyo Games next year - when she'll be just 12 years old.
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Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max crash: Six charts on what we know so far 14 Mar 5:55am Ethiopian Airlines 737 Max crash: Six charts on what we know so far
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An Ethiopian Airlines plane crashed minutes after taking off, killing all 157 people on board. What happened?
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Bloody Sunday soldiers await prosecution decision 14 Mar 5:35am Bloody Sunday soldiers await prosecution decision
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Charges, including murder and attempted murder, are being considered against 17 British Army veterans.
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14 Mar 5:32am Right to Buy homes re-sold since 2000 made £6.4bn in profit
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One former council tenant bought their home for £8,000 and sold it on for £285,000 nine days later.
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Charlie Whiting: F1 race director dies aged 66 on eve of season-opener in Melbourne 14 Mar 5:11am Charlie Whiting: F1 race director dies aged 66 on eve of season-opener in Melbourne
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Charlie Whiting, the head of Formula 1 for governing body the FIA and one of the most influential people in the sport for decades, dies aged 66.
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Brexit: PM to bring third Brexit deal vote to Commons 14 Mar 5:00am Brexit: PM to bring third Brexit deal vote to Commons
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The vote is due in the coming days, after MPs decide later whether to ask the EU to delay Brexit.
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Boeing grounds entire crash aircraft fleet 14 Mar 3:32am Boeing grounds entire crash aircraft fleet
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The US plane-maker suspends the 737 Max after investigators find new evidence at disaster site.
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Champions League quarter-finals: Are English teams the new dominant force in Europe? 14 Mar 3:15am Champions League quarter-finals: Are English teams the new dominant force in Europe?
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Four Premier League teams will compete in the last eight of the Champions League. Is this a sign of England's resurgence on the biggest stage?
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Charlie Whiting: F1 race director dies aged 66 on eve of season-opener in Melbourne 14 Mar 3:07am Charlie Whiting: F1 race director dies aged 66 on eve of season-opener in Melbourne
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Charlie Whiting, the head of Formula 1 for governing body the FIA and one of the most influential people in the sport for decades, dies aged 66.
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Brexit: MPs to vote on delaying leaving the EU 14 Mar 2:58am Brexit: MPs to vote on delaying leaving the EU
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The PM will also make a third attempt to get her deal through Parliament in the coming days.
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Joss Stone performs in North Korea on world tour 14 Mar 2:48am Joss Stone performs in North Korea on world tour
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The singer from Devon made the journey as part of her attempt to perform in every country on Earth.
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Bloody Sunday soldiers await prosecution decision 14 Mar 2:31am Bloody Sunday soldiers await prosecution decision
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Charges, including murder and attempted murder, are being considered against 17 Army veterans.
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News Daily: Brexit delay vote and Boeing grounds Max 8 planes 14 Mar 2:26am News Daily: Brexit delay vote and Boeing grounds Max 8 planes
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Your morning briefing for Thursday 14 March 2019.
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Brexit: MPs to vote on delaying leaving the EU 14 Mar 1:28am Brexit: MPs to vote on delaying leaving the EU
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The PM could also make a third attempt to get her deal through Parliament in the coming days.
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Boeing grounds entire crash aircraft fleet 14 Mar 12:58am Boeing grounds entire crash aircraft fleet
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The US plane-maker suspends the 737 Max after investigators find new evidence at disaster site.
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13 Mar 10:16pm Netflix to set own official UK age ratings under BBFC system
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The streaming giant will use an algorithm to make sure its entire catalogue has an official rating.
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Brexit: MPs vote to reject no-deal Brexit 13 Mar 9:45pm Brexit: MPs vote to reject no-deal Brexit
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MPs will vote on delaying Brexit after rejecting the idea of the UK leaving the EU without a deal.
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Brexit: MPs vote to reject no-deal Brexit 13 Mar 9:22pm Brexit: MPs vote to reject no-deal Brexit
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MPs will vote on delaying Brexit after rejecting the idea of the UK leaving the EU without a deal.
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Charlie Whiting: F1 race director dies aged 66 on eve of season-opener in Melbourne 13 Mar 9:14pm Charlie Whiting: F1 race director dies aged 66 on eve of season-opener in Melbourne
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Charlie Whiting, the head of Formula 1 for governing body the FIA and one of the most influential people in the sport for decades, dies aged 66.
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Boeing grounds entire crash aircraft fleet 13 Mar 8:35pm Boeing grounds entire crash aircraft fleet
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The US plane-maker suspends the 737 Max after investigators find new evidence at disaster site.
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Champions League quarter-finals: Are English teams the new dominant force in Europe? 13 Mar 8:26pm Champions League quarter-finals: Are English teams the new dominant force in Europe?
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Four Premier League teams will compete in the last eight of the Champions League. Is this a sign of England's resurgence on the biggest stage?
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