Commit Labour to keeping UK in single market after Brexit, Jeremy Corbyn told

Jeremy Corbyn is facing renewed calls to commit Labour to keeping the UK in the EU single market after Brexit.

Six people have been reported injured in a suspected noxious substance attack around  the Stratford Centre in east London (PA)

Six reported injured in suspected noxious substance attack in London

Six people have been reported injured in a suspected noxious substance attack at an east London shopping centre, police said.


Claims UK faces £40bn Brexit divorce bill ‘made up’, says David Davis

Brexit Secretary David Davis has sought to play down reports that Britain is facing a £40 billion “divorce bill” as the price of leaving the EU.

Maria battered the overseas territory of Turks and Caicos with winds of up to 125 mph on Friday (Corporal Darren Legg/AP)

Extensive damage caused as second major storm pummels British overseas territory

Hurricane Maria has added to the extensive damage on a British overseas territory, the Foreign Office has said, after the region was pummelled by a second major storm in two weeks.

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Boy, 15, held by police after shopping centre ‘acid attack’ injures six

Six people have been injured after a noxious substance was thrown during an incident at an east London shopping mall.

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Decriminalise abortion, says body representing childbirth doctors

Abortion laws that punish women who have illegal terminations with life in prison should be scrapped, a body representing many of the UK’s childbirth doctors has said.

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Government pledges extra £5m to Dominica hurricane victims to aid recovery

The Government will give the hurricane-ravaged island of Dominica £5 million in UK aid, the International Development Secretary has announced.

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Anger as French leader demands more clarity from May to break Brexit deadlock

Pro-Brexit Tories have reacted angrily after French president Emmanuel Macron warned Theresa May she needed to provide greater clarity over Britain’s position if she wants to break the deadlock in the stalled Brexit talks.


Will Meghan join Harry at launch of Invictus Games?

Prince Harry will launch the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto – with royal watchers waiting in anticipation to see if girlfriend Meghan Markle makes an appearance.

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Passenger charged with being drunk on aircraft after flight diverted to Bristol

An airline passenger arrested after a late-night flight from Barcelona to the UK was diverted has been charged with being drunk on an aircraft.

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Two five-month-old boys die as emergency services called to Bridgend property

Two five-month-old boys have died at an address in Bridgend, South Wales Police said.

Mator of London Sadiq Khan says Uber customers should direct their anger at the company, not Transport for London (Laura Dale/PA)

Customers should direct their anger at Uber, not TfL, says Sadiq Khan

Uber customers should direct their anger at the company, not Transport for London (TfL), after the ride-sharing app’s licence to operate in the capital was not renewed, Sadiq Khan said.

HMS Ocean. (MoD/PA)

Sir Richard Branson tours HMS Ocean to thank sailors for hurricane relief effort

Billionaire businessman Sir Richard Branson has visited HMS Ocean to thank the military for their Caribbean relief efforts in the wake of two destructive hurricanes.

Cambridge University's Kings College and Clare College. (PA)

Cambridge University tops league table for fifth consecutive year

Their fierce rivalry can be traced back through hundreds of boat races, University Challenge competitions, and scores of other meritocratic indices.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. (Stefan Rousseau/PA)

Corbyn hopes for ‘more democratic party’ with ‘widest possible participation’

Jeremy Corbyn said his drive to give Labour members more control over the party will help him enter Downing Street.

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UK’s credit rating downgraded by Moody’s amid concern over Brexit pressures

Ratings agency Moody’s has downgraded the UK’s credit rating as Brexit threatens to slow economic growth.

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Thousands stranded for up to 12 hours as bomb disposal experts tackle M3 hazard

Thousands of motorists and passengers were again stranded for up to 12 hours while bomb disposal experts tackled a mysterious hazard on the carriageway.

Meghan Markle attends the Opening Ceremony. (Danny Lawson/PA)

Meghan Markle attends Invictus Games – but sits away from boyfriend Prince Harry

Meghan Markle has made her long-awaited first appearance at an official engagement attended by Prince Harry.

The scene in Blackpool.(@RathangUK/PA)

Two freed from rubble after gas explosion at guest house

A man and a woman had to be freed from rubble by firefighters after a gas explosion caused “significant” damage to a guest house.

Iain Duncan Smith. (Ben Stevens/PA)

Florence speech ‘upbeat’ but Brexit implementation period ‘controversial’ – IDS

Former Conservative leader Iain Duncan Smith has hailed Theresa May for her “upbeat” Brexit speech in Florence, saying the Prime Minister confirmed that Britain’s era in the European Union “will soon be over for good”.

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