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Harvey Weinstein charged with rape

Disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein arrived at a Manhattan police station today after police were said to be preparing to arrest him

'I'm a Yes campaigner, but my father is voting No': how the Irish referendum divides families

'I'm a Yes campaigner, but my father is voting No'

Aimee Monroe, who voted Yes in the referendum to legalise abortion in Ireland, has clashed on the issue of abortion with her No-voting father

'Kim Jong-un stands to gain by being an international statesman', says expert

North Korea are still willing to meet with the United States after President Trump cancelled his planned summit with Kim Jong-un

15 hurt after explosion hits Canadian restaurant

The blast in the suburb of Mississauga was caused by an "improvised explosive device" (IED), police said.

'Why one woman is flying home to vote in Ireland's abortion referendum

Why one woman is flying home to vote in Ireland's abortion referendum

33-year-old Dara Howley, who lives in North London, will be flying back to Ireland to vote in her country's historic referendum.

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'Flouting GDPR laws could floor businesses', says Quartz Europe Editor

The new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) give people in the EU new powers to access and control their personal data.

Harvey Weinstein expected to 'surrender to authorities'

According to the New York Times, investigators in Manhattan are preparing to arrested the disgraced movie mogul.

Donald Trump cancels North Korean summit

In a statement released by the White House the President felt it was "inappropriate, at this time, to have this long-planned meeting".

15 hurt after explosion hits Canadian restaurant

The blast in the suburb of Mississauga was caused by an "improvised explosive device" (IED), police said.

Homebase sold to Hilco for 'a nominal sum'

Australian owner Wesfarmers have sold the DIY retailers to the retail restructuring firm Hilco.

Oxford: 'Black students apply for subjects with lower acceptance rates,' says Toby Young

Oxford: 'Black students apply for subjects with lower acceptance rates'

The latest annual admissions statistics report by the university showed just 11% of UK undergraduates came from disadvantaged areas.

Jeremy Corbyn to pledge support for soft Brexit and united Ireland in Belfast speech

Jeremy Corbyn to pledge support for soft Brexit and united Ireland

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will make his first visit to Northern Ireland to set out Labour's position on Brexit, and his views on Irish reunification

Theresa May's LGBT Action Plan is not enough to tackle hate crime, says Dawn Butler MP

PM's LGBT Action Plan is not enough to tackle hate crime, says Dawn Butler MP

Theresa May will release an LGBT Action Plan this summer intended to improve the lives of LGBT people in the UK, but Labour's Dawn Butler slammed the plans

MH17 downed by Russian missile, say investigators

All 298 passengers and crew were killed in the incident four years ago.

Yulia Skripal gives her first public statement since poisoning

Yulia Skripal gives her first public statement since poisoning

Yulia Skripal has given a statement to the press and says she hopes to return to Russia 'in the longer term' following the poising of her and her father Sergei

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<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">If state school teachers want to maximise the chances of their students getting into Oxford (BME or white), they should encourage them to apply for the subjects with the highest acceptance rates: MFL and Classics. More data here <a href="https://t.co/SadUtsajkL">https://t.co/SadUtsajkL</a></p>&mdash; Toby Young (@toadmeister) <a href="https://twitter.com/toadmeister/status/999256541156044800?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">May 23, 2018</a></blockq

I'm a mixed-race British Cambridge grad, and I think Toby Young has a point

Toby Young claimed the lack of black students at Oxford University was down to a lack of support from schools. Bilal Harry Khan, a black Cambridge graduate, argues that he isn't completely wrong

'Why one woman is flying home to vote in Ireland's abortion referendum

Why one woman is flying home to vote in Ireland's abortion referendum

33-year-old Dara Howley, who lives in North London, will be flying back to Ireland to vote in her country's historic referendum.

From across the pond: This is why Trump is still smiling

From across the pond: This is why Trump is still smiling

In the latest instalment of his column, Michael Graham says Donald Trump actually has a lot to smile about, despite having made a lot of global enemies

'I'm a Yes campaigner, but my father is voting No': how the Irish referendum divides families

'I'm a Yes campaigner, but my father is voting No'

Aimee Monroe, who voted Yes in the referendum to legalise abortion in Ireland, has clashed on the issue of abortion with her No-voting father

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