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'No more peanut butter and jelly sandwiches': Billionaire pays off students' debts
Graduating college students in Atlanta were left stunned when a billionaire technology investor told them he would wipe out their $40m (£31.4m) debts.
Sir Philip Green accused of 'grabbing women's breasts and bottoms', says Labour peer
Hundreds of grievance cases were raised against Sir Philip Green for slapping women's bottoms and grabbing their breasts, a Labour peer has claimed.
England captain Eoin Morgan fractures finger ahead of Cricket World Cup
England captain Eoin Morgan fractured his left index finger on Friday, but is expected to be fit for their World Cup opener against South Africa.
Race for new PM begins: Matt Hancock latest to join Tories vying for leadership
Matt Hancock is the latest MP to join the race to replace Theresa May as prime minister.
Trade war escalation 'to cost households £656 a year'
The average US household will be left $831 (£656) worse off as a result of the latest hikes in tariffs on Chinese goods in the nations' trade war, according to economists.
Theresa May was broken by Brexit, it is likely to break her successor too
It has been a political career defined by not showing emotion.
Number of men being forced into marriage reaches seven-year high
The number of forced marriage cases dealt with by a specialist British unit tackling the issue leapt to a record high last year.
Mauricio Pochettino 'motivated' to stay at Tottenham
Mauricio Pochettino says he is "motivated" to stay at Tottenham and take them to the next level.
US faces worst measles outbreak in nearly three decades
The disgraced British former doctor behind the anti-vaccine movement has defended his recent communications with the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community in the US.
Top minister unveils leadership bid after May's tearful exit
Theresa May fought back tears as she announced she will resign as Conservative Party leader on 7 June, following months of pressure.
Theresa May's resignation statement in full
Read the full transcript of Theresa May's announcement that she will be stepping down as leader of the Conservatives on 7 June.
Chernobyl beats Game Of Thrones and Breaking Bad to top IMDB TV chart
New TV series Chernobyl has quickly become the top-rated show on entertainment website IMDB, jumping ahead of long-running fan favourites shows such as Game Of Thrones, Breaking Bad and The Wire.
Spice Girls kick off reunion tour in Dublin but fans complain of 'horrific' sound problems
The Spice Girls have kicked off their eagerly-awaited reunion tour - but some fans were left disappointed after complaining of "horrific" sound problems at the show.
Richard Ashcroft: Grime acts have 'rewritten the blueprint' for UK music
Richard Ashcroft has spoken about his love of grime music, saying acts in the genre have "rewritten the blueprint" for UK music in the last few years.
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