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Theresa May scorns MPs as she heads to Brussels to ask for delay
Theresa May will head to Brussels to ask EU leaders to delay Brexit, after pouring scorn on MPs for not backing her deal.
Theresa May hints she could quit in event of long Brexit delay
Theresa May has hinted she could be prepared to resign if she is faced with the prospect of a long delay to Brexit.
Paul Pogba admits playing for Zinedine Zidane at Real Madrid would be a 'dream'
Paul Pogba says playing for Real Madrid under returning manager Zinedine Zidane would be a "dream for anyone".
Alesha MacPhail: Teenager jailed for 27 years for rape and murder of six-year-old girl
A 16-year-old boy has been jailed for 27 years for the rape and murder of six-year-old Alesha MacPhail.
Marcus Rashford misses full England training ahead of Czech Republic game
Marcus Rashford is a major doubt for England's opening European Qualifier against the Czech Republic after missing full training on Thursday.
Make Debates Happen: TV election debates petition closes after sparking debate
A Sky News petition to make televised debates a regular fixture of general election campaigns is closing today, having attracted more than 140,000 signatures and sparked a debate in Parliament.
Boeing 737 MAX pilots scoured manual in minutes before Lion Air crash in Indonesia
The pilots of a Boeing 737 MAX frantically scoured a manual before their plane crashed into the Java Sea in October, killing all 189 people on board.
Small firms have 'no resources' for no-deal Brexit planning
Small businesses are resigned to whatever happens with Brexit as they do not have the resources to plan for a no-deal scenario, according to the Federation of Small Businesses.
Theresa May turns offensive after charm fails
When Tony Blair's government was introducing its unpopular tuition fees policy, quick-witted education secretary Alan Johnson announced he and his minister of state, the burly bruiser Charles Clarke, had embarked on a charm offensive to win over rebel MPs.
More than 100 shop staff attacked daily, as knives becomes 'significant concern' for retailers
Knife crime is a "significant concern" retail businesses say, as it is revealed that 115 shop employees are attacked at work every day.
Birmingham mosques attacked with sledgehammers
Counter-terrorism police in the West Midlands are investigating attacks on five mosques in Birmingham overnight.
New Zealand bans 'military-style' semi-automatic weapons after mosque terror attack
Military-style semi-automatic weapons and assault rifles will be banned in New Zealand, the country's prime minister has said.
Dominic Breazeale says Deontay Wilder will pay price for looking towards Anthony Joshua fight
Dominic Breazeale says Deontay Wilder has become distracted ahead of their WBC title fight and intends to snatch his "golden ticket" for an Anthony Joshua rematch.
Rescue teams race to save thousands trapped by Cyclone Idai as DEC launches fundraising appeal
Aid workers are scrambling to get food and water to desperate survivors of the devastating cyclone that hit Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe, as thousands remain trapped by floods.
'Juvenile' Corbyn walks out of cross-party meeting after Independent Group members invited
Jeremy Corbyn has been called "juvenile" after walking out of a cross-party meeting when he discovered members of The Independent Group were involved.
Radovan Karadzic: Bosnian Serb leader has war crimes sentence extended to life
UN appeals judges have increased the sentence of former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic from 40 years to life imprisonment.
Arsenal's Reiss Nelson inspired by Callum Hudson-Odoi's England rise
Arsenal and England U21 midfielder Reiss Nelson says Callum Hudson-Odoi's rapid rise is fuelling his motivation to succeed.
Frozen the musical: Hit Disney show coming to London's West End
Frozen the musical is coming to London's West End after proving a smash hit on Broadway.
Kylian Mbappe, Gareth Bale and Antoine Griezmann: The in-demand players on international duty
With the international break underway, we look at the in-demand stars who are linked to summer moves to Europe's biggest clubs.
Mouse proud: Rodent seen tidying up tools in garden shed in South Gloucestershire
A pensioner left scratching his head over who was cleaning his garden shed every night has finally discovered the culprit - a helpful mouse.
As Potter tour expands, Warwick Davis reflects on playing goblin banker
Warwick Davis says being a non-able bodied actor has pushed him to strive harder in his career.
Scientist uses satellite imagery to create video of enormous meteor explosion
A scientist from the University of Oxford has used satellite data to create a video of an enormous explosion in the atmosphere which took place last year, but was only recently discovered.
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