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Theresa May summons ministers to Chequers to discuss Brexit

Theresa May will gather her Cabinet ministers on Wednesday to discuss her plans for Brexit.

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Corbyn ally calls for Sir Richard Branson and Sir Philip Green to lose titles

The feud between Jeremy Corbyn and Sir Richard Branson has deepened as the Labour leader's most senior ally called for the Virgin tycoon to be stripped of his knighthood.

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Nigel Farage says 'Trump was my warm-up' and draws Reagan parallel

Nigel Farage has compared Donald Trump to Ronald Reagan, saying the former US president was successful despite many thinking he was unfit to hold office before his election.

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Face recognition police to scan Notting Hill Carnival CCTV

Police officers with special skills for recognising the faces of offenders will be monitoring Notting Hill Carnival in a crackdown on crime.

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BHS to leave the high street as final stores are closed

Department store BHS is expected to disappear from the high street today as its last stores close, ending 88 years of British retail history.

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EDF boss Vincent de Rivaz 'confident' in Hinkley Point project

The chief executive of energy giant EDF has reiterated the firm's commitment to building a new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point despite the shock decision by the Government to review the multi-billion pound project.

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M20 to reopen after footbridge collapse

The M20 is expected to reopen on Sunday after a footbridge crashed on to the carriageways, sparking hours of traffic chaos on one of the busiest weekends of the year.

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Lord Janner abuse claims should be heard in court first - family

The family of Greville Janner wants the public inquiry into child abuse to delay its investigation into the late Labour peer.

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Ex-minister calls for new tax to fund NHS and social care system

A new tax is urgently needed to fund the NHS and social care system, according to a Tory doctor and former health minister.

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Family 'immensely proud' of man who tried to save stabbed British backpacker

The family of a Briton injured in a stabbing attack in Australia have said they are "immensely proud" of him after he tried to save another backpacker.

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Everton fan dies after collapsing during Premier League match against Stoke

An Everton fan has died after collapsing during the Premier League side's 1-0 win against Stoke City.

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Which? says bosses should be held personally accountable for nuisance calls

Company bosses should be held personally responsible for nuisance calls, consumer group Which? has urged.

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Queen Victoria coronet could go overseas without UK buyer

A coronet worn by Queen Victoria and designed by her beloved husband Albert could be exported unless a UK buyer can be found for the multi-million pound piece of jewellery.

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Ex-minister calls for new tax to fund NHS and social care system

A new tax is urgently needed to fund the NHS and social care system, according to a Tory doctor and former health minister.

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May orders public service audit to reveal racial disparities

Theresa May has launched an audit of public services to root out racial disparities as part of a drive to tackle inequality and reveal "difficult truths".

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Corbyn ally calls for Sir Richard Branson and Sir Philip Green to lose titles

Virgin boss Sir Richard Branson should be stripped of his knighthood, Jeremy Corbyn's most senior ally urged as the row between the Labour leader and the entrepreneur escalated.

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Hospitality boss held in Rio ticket touting probe 'set to be released'

A sports hospitality boss arrested by police in Rio over an alleged ticket touting operation is due to be released from preventative detention, his company has said.

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Theresa May 'can trigger Brexit without Parliament'

MPs could be sidelined by Theresa May over Brexit, with the Prime Minister reportedly set to deny them a vote before formally triggering the process of leaving the European Union.

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Theresa May spotted watching England play cricket at Lord's

Theresa May took time out from running the country to watch England playing cricket at the sport's spiritual home.

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Survey to find most hated English word axed after offensive contributions

A campaign to find the English language's most hated word has been axed - after the website was flooded with foul-mouthed contributions.

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