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Thursday, June 8, 2017

Thursday, June 8, 2017

Phil Collins rushed to hospital after suffering a fall

Phil Collins rushed to hospital after suffering a fall

Phil Collins rushed to hospital after suffering a fall

The singing legend has cancelled his show at the Royal Albert Hall as a result

Muslims in Italy fear backlash after London Bridge terrorist identified as Italian

Muslims in Italy fear backlash after London Bridge terrorist identified as Italian

Muslims in Italy fear backlash after London terrorist identified as Italian

Youssef Zaghba, who conducted the attack at London Bridge, had an Italian passport and his mother lives near Bologna

American woman shoots python to death after it mauls her goat

American woman shoots python to death after it mauls her goat

American woman shoots python to death after it mauls her goat

Rachel Elizabeth Valverde shot the 12-foot reptile after it strangled her goat to death

TV presenter Saba Douglas-Hamilton says 'I feel like I was baptised by elephant breath'

TV presenter Saba Douglas-Hamilton says 'I feel like I was baptised by elephant breath'

Saba Douglas-Hamilton: 'I feel like I was baptised by elephant breath'

Saba Douglas-Hamilton tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that there is no reason why we can't have a modern world with elephants

Divorcee Graham Mills talks to Julia Hartley-Brewer about his court fight to make divorce fairer

Divorcee Graham Mills talks to Julia Hartley-Brewer about his court fight to make divorce fairer

Divorcee Graham Mills on his court fight to make divorce fairer and easier

Graham Mills is still paying maintenance to his ex-wife despite divorcing 15 years ago – and her overspending issues

New arrests made in London Bridge attack investigation

New arrests made in London Bridge attack investigation

New arrests made in London Bridge attack investigation

Three men have been arrested in east London as the probe continues

'Schools need to keep communities thinking sensibly about terror and shouldn't add to scaremongering', says former head teacher

'Schools need to keep communities thinking sensibly about terror', says former head teacher

'Schools shouldn't add to scaremongering about terrorism and should be sensible'

Reports claim some schools are cancelling trips due to terrorism fears

TFL apologise for putting parking tickets on vehicles in the London Bridge attack area

TFL apologise for putting parking tickets on vehicles in the London Bridge attack area

TFL apologise for parking tickets on vehicles in London Bridge attack area

Motorists who were forced to leave their cars behind during the attack were issued tickets after the police cordon was lifted

Australian police discover SOS sign was made by pair after yacht was attacked by crocodiles

Australian police discover SOS sign was made by pair after yacht 'was attacked by crocodiles'

Police find SOS sign made by pair after yacht was 'attacked by crocodiles'

A search for missing people began after a helicopter pilot spotted an SOS, but it turned out to be from 2013

New video shows the moment London Bridge attackers were gunned down by police

New video shows the moment London Bridge attackers were gunned down by police

New video shows the moment London Bridge attackers were gunned down by police

Youssef Zaghba, Rachid Redouane, and Khuram Butt killed eight pedestrians in the London Bridge attack before being gunned down by police

Syrian peace talks have been postponed indefinitely, says a Kazakh Minister

Syria peace talks postponed indefinitely

Syria peace talks postponed indefinitely

The talks between Russia, Iran and Turkey in Astana have been put on hold

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Wednesday, June 7, 2017

'The general election result hangs on how many Labour supporters turn out', says Ipsos Mori founder

'The election hinges on how many Labour supporters turn out', says Ipsos Mori founder

'The election hinges on how many Labour supporters turn out'

Ipsos Mori founder sir Robert Worcester tells Sam Delaney it is likely that the Conservatives will get a majority in the general election - but Labour voters might have something to say about that

Notre-Dame attacker pledged allegiance to Isis in video uncovered at home - reports

Notre Dame attacker pledged allegiance to Isis in video uncovered at home - reports

Notre Dame attacker pledged Isis allegiance in video uncovered at home - reports

The man, who attacked a police officer with a hammer outside the cathedral, is recovering in hospital after being shot

Teacher who ran secret Islamic wrestling lessons for boys thrown out of profession

Teacher who ran secret wrestling classes for Muslim boys thrown out of profession

Maths teacher ran secret wrestling classes for Muslim boys

Azam Zia held classes on weekends for Muslim boys to learn how to fight, but parents thought children were getting extra maths tuition

United Arab Emirates warns of prison sentences if people support Qatar on social media

United Arab Emirates warns of prison sentences if people support Qatar on social media

UAE warns of prison sentences if people support Qatar on social media

The United Arab Emirates has cut ties with Qatar in an escalating diplomatic crisis

Qatar Crisis: Moscow denies hacker involvement, says there's "zero" proof

Qatar Crisis: Moscow denies hacker involvement, says there's 'zero' proof

Qatar Crisis: Moscow denies hacker involvement, says there's 'zero' proof

Five Gulf countries have severed all diplomatic ties with Qatar in an escalating dispute

Vladimir Putin says he doesn't have bad days because he's "not a woman"

Vladimir Putin says he doesn't have bad days because he's 'not a woman'

Vladimir Putin says he doesn't have bad days because he's 'not a woman'

Footage provided to Bloomberg is reported to show the Russian President making the comments in an interview with filmmaker Oliver Stone

Lawyers claim Donald Trump is violating first amendment by blocking users on Twitter

Lawyers claim Donald Trump is violating first amendment by blocking users on Twitter

Lawyers say Donald Trump is violating first amendment by blocking Twitter users

The Knight First Amendment Institute has sent a letter to the White House calling on the President to stop blocking users from his account

Undertaker who wouldn't perform funeral for Westminster terrorist says he's 'a donkey who represents no religion on this planet'

Muslim undertaker explains why she wouldn't perform funeral for Westminster terrorist Khalid Masood

Undertaker explains why she wouldn't conduct terrorist Khalid Masood's funeral

Habiba tells Iain Lee she was approached by St Thomas' Hospital and asked if she would conduct the funeral for Khalid Masood

UKIP's Paul Nuttall says 'Theresa May will struggle in Brexit negotiations and won't get the deal the public wants'

Paul Nuttall insists UKIP isn't dead: 'In 18 months we'll be bigger than ever'

Paul Nuttall insists UKIP isn't dead: 'In 18 months we'll be bigger than ever'

UKIP leader Paul Nuttall tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that UKIP will gain more members and do better in the polls if Theresa May gets a Brexit deal the public don't want

Diane Abbott says she'll 'rejoin the fray soon' after being replaced as shadow home secretary

Diane Abbott says she'll 'rejoin the fray soon'

The shadow home secretary was replaced by Lyn Brown today as she recovers from illness

Echevarria's death has still to be offically confirmed

London Bridge: Spanish 'skateboard hero' Ignacio Echevarria confirmed dead by family

Spanish 'skateboard hero' Ignacio Echevarria confirmed dead by family

Ignacio Evchevarria was credited with fighting one of the attackers off with a skateboard

London Bridge: Body recovered from Thames

London Bridge: Body recovered from Thames

London Bridge: Body recovered from Thames

Detectives searching for French citizen Xavier Thomas made the discovery

LISTEN: Labour's Barry Gardiner on Diane Abbott's 'long term illness' and 'feisty' Lyn Brown

LISTEN AGAIN: Labour's Barry Gardiner on Diane Abbott's 'long-term illness' and 'feisty' Lyn Brown

LISTEN: Labour's Barry Gardiner on Diane Abbott's illness and 'feisty' Lyn Brown

Barry Gardiner tells Julia Hartley-Brewer he hopes Diane Abbott is getting appropriate treatment and that she’s feeling better

Labour's international trade spokesperson Barry Gardiner has said Diane Abbott has a serious long term illness and replacement Lyn Brown is a feisty admiral plucky woman.  Diane Abbott has stood down as shadow home secretary due to ill health and Labour's shadow minister for policing Lyn Brown will be taking over.  Gardiner told Julia Hartley-Brewer: "Let me say that I think Diane is clearly not well, and I understand that it’s a condition which has been diagnosed and is long term and I think anybody who’s

'Lyn Brown is one of the most feisty, admirable, plucky women that I know', says Corbyn ally Barry Gardiner

Corbyn ally praises 'feisty, admirable, plucky' Lyn Brown

Labour's Barry Gardiner tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that new shadow home secretary Lyn Brown fights hardest for people at the bottom of the pile

Labour's Barry Gardiner says his understanding is that Diane Abbott has a serious long term illness

Corbyn ally Barry Gardiner: 'Diane Abbott has a long-term illness... but I'm not sure what it is'

Corbyn ally: 'Diane Abbott has a long-term illness... but I'm not sure what'

Barry Gardiner says Abbott has been diagnosed but he's not sure what with.

US Russia probe: Devin Nunes refuses to say if he's stepped aside

US Russia probe: Devin Nunes refuses to say if he's stepped aside

Devin Nunes refuses to say if he's stepped aside from Trump-Russia probe

The chairman of the House of Representatives intelligence committee deflected questions from journalists on the matter

Diane Abbott replaced by Lyn Brown as shadow home secretary

Diane Abbott replaced by Lyn Brown as shadow home secretary

Diane Abbott replaced by Lyn Brown as shadow home secretary

Labour makes change at 11th hour to cover Abbott's 'ill health'

Conservatives advertising van blown over by wind on M6

Weak and wobbly? Tory advertising van blown over by wind on M6

Weak and wobbly? Tory advertising van blown over by wind on M6

The van was driving north along the M6, between Lymm and Woolston, when strong winds knocked it over

Election 2017: 'Recent terror attacks have shifted focus onto national security, but people remember Theresa May cutting police numbers', says Sir Vince Cable

Election 2017: Terror attacks won't necessarily lead to Tory votes, says Vince Cable

Terror attacks won't necessarily lead to Tory election votes, says Vince Cable

Sir Vince Cable spoke to Paul Ross about the upcoming vote on Thursday, saying the Tories' reputation as a party of law and order has been eroded by their current leader

New poll suggests majority of voters agree with Jeremy Corbyn on foreign policy

New poll suggests majority of voters agree with Jeremy Corbyn on foreign policy

New poll suggests majority of voters agree with Jeremy Corbyn on foreign policy

A survey conducted by The Independent claims voters agree with the Labour leader when he says foreign intervention increases risks of domestic terrorism

Shootings in Iranian parliament and Khomeini shrine - reports

Isis releases video of militants inside Iranian parliament

Isis releases video of militants inside Iranian parliament

The Iraqi legislative building came under attack this morning, along with a nearby shrine

Man arrested on suspicion of terror offences in east London

Man arrested on suspicion of terror offences in east London

Man arrested on suspicion of terror offences in east London

Scotland Yard said an early morning raid saw the 30-year-old arrested in Ilford

Manchester Arena: police arrest man at Heathrow airport suspected of terror offences

Manchester Arena: police arrest man at Heathrow airport suspected of terror offences

Police arrest man at Heathrow airport suspected of terror offences

The terror offences the 38-year-old is suspected of relate to the bombing of Manchester Arena

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

Tuesday, June 6, 2017

'German men claim to be fathers of refugee children in exchange for money'

German men 'claiming to be fathers of refugee children in exchange for money'

German men 'claiming to be fathers of refugee children in exchange for money'

In Germany men can legally claim they are the father of a child even if they are not biologically related.

Filmmaker Michael Moore launches Trumpileaks website for Trump administration whistleblowers

Filmmaker Michael Moore launches Trumpileaks website for Trump whistleblowers

Filmmaker Michael Moore launches Trumpileaks website for Trump whistleblowers

Filmmaker Michael Moore has claimed it is a patriotic duty to leak details from the White House

'Shots fired' at Notre Dame cathedral

Shots fired at Notre Dame cathedral 'after man attacks police with hammer'

Shots fired at Notre Dame cathedral 'after man attacks police with hammer'

The public were told to clear the area as the incident took place

Jinwar: The ecological village created by women, for women to lead their own lives in Syria

Jinwar: The all-female commune being created by Kurdish women to rid themselves of war and patriarchy

Jinwar: The all-female commune being created in Kurdistan

Jinwar Free Women's Village is being created by the Kurdish community of Northern Syria and the women creating it say they're fighting for a peaceful, self-sustaining life

Jeremy Corbyn shared platform with terror group during rally in support of Palestinian rights

Jeremy Corbyn addressed terror group linked to London Bridge attacker at pro-Palestine rally

Jeremy Corbyn addressed terror group linked to London Bridge attacker at rally

Corbyn spoke at a rally attended by proscribed group Al-Mujahiroun in 2002

21 civilians reported to have been killed in US airstrike near Raqqa

21 civilians 'killed in US airstrike near Isis stronghold of Raqqa'

21 civilians 'killed in US airstrike near Isis stronghold of Raqqa'

The offensive to recapture Raqqa from Islamic State began in earnest on Monday

Man carrying three machetes on London bus arrested by armed police

Man carrying three machetes on London bus arrested by armed police

Man carrying three machetes on London bus arrested by armed police

The incident is not believed to be related to terrorism

Larner was caught up in Saturday's attack

London Attacks: Football fan shouted 'f***k you, I'm Millwall' as he battled terrorists

Football fan shouted 'f***k you, I'm Millwall' as he battled terrorists

Roy Larner suffered several stab wounds as he fought attackers in Black and Blue pub

Syrian Democratic Forces to announce official operation to liberate Raqqa from Isis

Syrian Democratic Forces to announce official operation to liberate Raqqa from Isis

Syrian Democratic Forces to announce official operation to liberate Raqqa

Senior Kurdish officials said a statement will say that a major attack on the city of Raqqa, Syria is planned by a US-backed alliance of Arab and Kurdish fighters

CNN accused of 'fake news' over London Bridge video

CNN accused of 'fake news' over London Bridge video

CNN accused of 'fake news' over London Bridge video

Video of camera crew arranging a shot of several 'Muslim mums' has been circulating on Twitter, leading to some to accuse the organisation of 'faking a protest'

Ariana Grande and her crew now have Manchester bee tattoos

Ariana Grande and her crew get Manchester bee tattoos after emotional gig

Ariana Grande and her crew get Manchester bee tattoos after emotional gig

The singer and her team got the tattoos backstage at the One Love Manchester concert

Nicola Sturgeon won't rule out third Indyref if Scotland votes in a second time

Nicola Sturgeon won't rule out third Indyref if Scotland votes 'no' a second time

Nicola Sturgeon won't rule out third Indyref if Scotland votes no a second time

The Scottish First Minister was taking part in a BBC Question Time election special in Edinburgh

Qatar was awarded the World Cup in 2010

Qatar crisis: Fifa refuses to be drawn on whether country will be stripped of 2022 World Cup

Fifa refuses to be drawn on whether Qatar will be stripped of 2022 World Cup

Fifa only says it is 'in contact' with crisis-riddled Gulf kingdom

Sadiq Khan calls for Donald Trump's state visit to be cancelled following tweets

Sadiq Khan calls for Donald Trump's state visit to be cancelled following tweets

The US president has attacked the London Mayor on Twitter following the London Bridge attack

'I support any initiative to put those who glorify terrorism behind bars', says chief executive of Muslim group

Anyone who encourages terrorism should be thrown in jail, says Muslim group chief

Anyone who encourages terror should be thrown in jail, says Muslim group chief

Chief executive of the Ramadhan Foundation Mohammed Shafiq explains that he saw Khuram Butt in 2013 and he was shouting profanities

Third London Bridge Attacker named as Youssef Zaghba

Third London Bridge Attacker named as Youssef Zaghba

Third London Bridge Attacker named as Youssef Zaghba

Zaghba had Moroccan-Italian nationality, according to police

Private education, police officers and her 'splendid afro' - Diane Abbott's top six gaffes

Private education, police officers and her 'splendid afro' - Diane Abbott's best (or worst) gaffes

Diane Abbott's best (or worst) gaffes: Cops, schools and her splendid afro

Following yet another car crash interview on Sky News on Monday, what else has the shadow home secretary done?

Ignacio Echavarria has been widely credited for his bravery on Saturday night

London Bridge: Friend of Spanish man who disappeared in attack says 'I saw how they stabbed him'

Friend of Spanish London Bridge attack 'hero' says 'I saw how they stabbed him'

Friend of banker Ignacio Echevarria has described his heroic resistance on Saturday night

'Donald Trump has thrown a verbal fireball about Sadiq Khan to make the headlines about himself and his measures'

'Donald Trump has thrown fireball at Sadiq Khan to steal headlines from London terror victims'

'Trump has thrown fireball at Sadiq Khan to steal headlines from London victims'

International politics professor Scott Lucas tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Donald Trump may be trying to whip up a climate of fear

Khuram Butt: 'Intelligence agencies have shown grave negligence and someone needs to be accountable', says think tank

Khuram Butt: 'Intelligence agencies have shown grave negligence and someone needs to be accountable', says thinktank

Khuram Butt: 'Intelligence agencies have shown grave negligence'

Executive director of anti-radicalisation thinktank Quilliam tells Julia Hartley-Brewer says security services failed and someone must take responsibility

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