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Monday, May 22, 2017

Monday, May 22, 2017

Woman called to join Burkini beach party planned for end of Cannes film festival

Huge Burkini beach party planned for end of Cannes film festival

Huge Burkini beach party planned for end of Cannes film festival

Businessman Rachid Nekkaz wants to celebrate the end of the burkini ban with a beach party

'She's acting more like a first-time Uber driver than Prime Minister' - Twitter reacts to 'Dementia Tax' u-turn

'She's acting more like a first-time Uber driver than Prime Minister' - Twitter reacts to Theresa May 'Dementia Tax' u-turn

Twitter reacts to 'Dementia Tax' after Theresa May u-turns on social care reform

The Prime Minister has announced a cap to quell the flames surrounding the policy which would have seen elderly people with assets of £100,000 or more pay for their care

'Donald Trump had the chance to address human rights abuses in Saudi Arabia' says Amnesty International rep

'Donald Trump could have addressed human rights abuses in Saudi Arabia but failed to do so', say Amnesty

'Trump could have addressed Saudi human rights abuses but failed', say Amnesty

Allan Hogarth, Head of Advocacy and Programmes at Amnesty International UK, spoke to Paul Ross about the US President's first overseas trip

May has promised a free vote on repealing the ban on fox hunting

Fox hunting protester arrested after shouting 'kill May' at campaign event

Fox hunting protester arrested after shouting 'kill May' at campaign event

Theresa May was arriving at an event in Wrexham, North Wales

'The real reason Donald Trump visited Saudi Arabia is money', says politics professor

'The real reason Donald Trump visited Saudi Arabia is money', says politics professor

'The real reason Donald Trump visited Saudi Arabia is money'

Donald Trump visited Saudi Arabia and gave a speech commenting on combating extremism

'If Jeremy Corbyn doesn't become Prime Minister, he has to resign', says former MP

'If Jeremy Corbyn doesn't become Prime Minister, he has to quit', says former Labour MP

'If Jeremy Corbyn doesn't win, he has to quit', says former Labour MP

Telegraph columnist Tom Harris tells Julia Hartley-Brewer that Jeremy Corbyn's decision not to condemn the IRA could cause Labour problems

Indonesian police arrest 141 gay men in Jakarta sauna party

Indonesian police arrest 141 gay men in Jakarta sauna party

Indonesian police arrest 141 gay men in Jakarta sauna party

Homosexuality is legal in Indonesia, but there remain elements of repression suffered by the LGBT community

Israel adopts measures to improve Palestinian lives at Donald Trump's request

Israel adopts measures to improve Palestinian lives at Donald Trump's request

Israel adopts measures to improve Palestinian lives at Donald Trump's request

The US President is due to arrive in Israel on Tuesday, and measures to facilitate Palestinian lives and economy were adopted by the state as a 'good-faith gesture' following his request

Police say the ramming wasn't deliberate (stock photo)

Car ramming in Tel Aviv moments before Trump visit

Car ramming in Tel Aviv moments before Trump visit

Trump due to arrive within the hour

Pippa Middleton's wedding reception included models, a glass marquee and a Spitfire fly-by

Pippa Middleton's wedding reception included model waiters, a glass marquee and a Spitfire fly-by

Pippa Middleton's wedding: Model waiters, a glass marquee and a Spitfire fly-by

Pippa Middleton got married to James Matthews on Saturday

Election 2017: New poll shows Labour gain nine points following manifesto launch

Election 2017: New poll shows Labour up nine points after manifesto launch

New poll shows Labour up nine points after manifesto launch

The party has cut the lead on points currently held by the Conservatives, according to a newly-released poll

Scottish Leaders Debate: 'Stars of the show were the audience', says Scottish Sun editor

'Forget Nicola Sturgeon and Ruth Davidson, the real stars of Scottish leaders' debate were the audience'

'Forget Sturgeon and Davidson, the real stars were the audience'

Alan Muir, who is the editor of The Scottish Sun, spoke to Paul Ross about Sunday's BBC One debate between political leaders in Scotland

Scottish Leaders Debate: Ruth Davidson condemns Nicola Sturgeon for 'duping' Scotland over independence vote

Scottish Leaders Debate: Ruth Davidson condemns Nicola Sturgeon for 'duping' Scotland over independence vote

Ruth Davidson condemns Nicola Sturgeon for 'duping' Scotland over independence

The leader of the Conservative Party in Scotland accused the First Minister of 'lying' during last year's election in Holyrood

Explosion at Thai hospital, 24 injured

Explosion at Thai hospital, 24 injured

Officials confirm it was caused by a bomb

Jake Yapp's Sunday Best Podcast - May 21

Jake Yapp's Sunday Best Podcast - May 21

Jake Yapp's Sunday Best Podcast - May 21

Check out the latest highlights from Sunday Breakfast

Podcast: The Radio Hustle with Alexis Conran - Saturday March 20

Podcast: The Radio Hustle with Alexis Conran - Saturday March 20

Podcast: The Radio Hustle with Alexis Conran - Saturday March 20

Check out the latest from Alexis Conran

Sunday, May 21, 2017

Sunday, May 21, 2017

One of the men, Hisham A, is seen during the trial

Three sentenced to death for killing Hamas leader Mazen Faqha

Three sentenced to death for killing Hamas leader

Faqha was murdered in his home on March 24

Trump to tell Muslim leaders 'this is not a battle between different faiths'

Trump to tell Muslim leaders 'this is not a battle between different faiths'

Trump to urge Muslim leaders to 'do their fair share'

Al Green made headlines by demanding Trump's impeachment on Wednesday

Black congressman threatened with lynching for demanding Trump impeachment

Black congressman threatened with lynching for demanding Trump impeachment

Texas lawmaker Al Green reveals string of 'n****r' hate messages

Damian Green was grilled by Andrew Marr

Tory Damian Green ridiculed for car-crash Andrew Marr interview

Tory Damian Green ridiculed for car-crash Andrew Marr interview

Work and pensions secretary endures grilling from Marr and tetchy face-off with John McDonnell

Friday, May 19, 2017

Friday, May 19, 2017

The Venezuela speeches Jeremy Corbyn wants you to forget

The Venezuela speeches Jeremy Corbyn wants you to forget

The Labour leader has been strangely quiet during the country's crisis in recent weeks - but his attitude used to be rather different

Election 2017: UKIP withdraws support from Wiltshire candidate over tweets about Jews and Africans

UKIP withdraws support from candidate over tweets about Jews and Africans

Paddy Singh likened Jews to Nazis and said humans were 'animals' in Africa

Anthony Weiner to plead guilty to sexting 15-year-old girl - report

Anthony Weiner to plead guilty to sexting 15-year-old girl - report

Former US lawmaker handed himself into police this morning

Anthony Weiner pleads guilty to sexting 15-year-old girl

Anthony Weiner pleads guilty to sexting 15-year-old girl

Former US lawmaker handed himself into police this morning

US school defends using pepper spray on students for school project

US school defends using pepper spray on students for school project

US school defends using pepper spray on students for school project

The incident happened at Barberton High School in Ohio

The slur was aired in late April

German far-right politician loses 'Nazi slut' legal case

German far-right politician loses 'Nazi slut' legal case

Judges rule satirical TV programme was justified in calling AfD politician Alice Weidel a Nazi slut

Israeli settler who killed Palestinian in West Bank clash freed by police

Israeli settler who killed Palestinian in West Bank clash freed by police

Israeli settler who killed Palestinian in West Bank clash freed by police

Muataz Hussein Hilal died after the settler fired into a crowd of people throwing rocks at his car

Who can Paul Nuttall blame for calling Plaid Cymru's Leanne Wood 'Natalie'?

Who can Paul Nuttall blame for calling Plaid Cymru's Leanne Wood 'Natalie'?

Who can Paul Nuttall blame for calling Plaid Cymru's Leanne Wood 'Natalie'?

The UKIP leader kept calling the head of Plaid Cymru 'Natalie'. Here's who he can blame for it

'In essence, Julian Assange and Wikileaks haven't actually leaked anything', says Peter Tatchell

'Julian Assange and Wikileaks haven't actually leaked anything', says Peter Tatchell

'Julian Assange and Wikileaks haven't actually leaked anything'

Human rights campaigner Peter Tatchell believes Julian Assange won't leave the Ecuadorean embassy unless he is assured he won’t be extradited to the US

Former Newcastle United coach George Ormond charged with 29 historic child sex offences

Former Newcastle United coach charged with 29 historic child sex offences

Charges against George Ormond relate to alleged offences between 1973 and 1998

Court hears how Wrexham bin man wanted to plant bombs in military bases

Jihadi Welsh binman wanted to bomb RAF base, court hears

Jihadi Welsh binman wanted to bomb RAF base, court hears

Aabid Ali, formerly known as Darren Glennon, is being sentenced after pleading guilty to three offences of terrorism

Monkey who pigged out on junk food rescued and placed on diet in Thailand

Obese Monkey 'Uncle Fat' placed on emergency diet after gorging on tourist junk food

Obese Monkey 'Uncle Fat' placed on emergency diet after gorging on junk food

Most macaques monkeys weigh around 9 kilograms. 'Uncle Fat' weighs 26 kg

'It would take a lot of nerve for Republicans to vote for Donald Trump's impeachment', says US politics academic

It would take a lot of nerve for Republicans to vote to impeach Donald Trump, says academic

'It would take nerve for Republicans to vote for Donald Trump's impeachment'

US politics academic Simon Radford believes we should be sceptical about the possibility of Trump's impeachment

Chinese fighters intercept US AIr Force plane over the East China Sea

Chinese fighters intercept US Air Force plane over East China Sea

Chinese fighters intercept US Air Force plane over East China Sea

The US Air Force said the Chinese aircraft were acting in an unprofessional manner

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Julian Assange: The real questions now fall on Ecuador, says lawyer

Julian Assange: The real questions now fall on Ecuador, says lawyer

Sweden's director of public prosecutions has dropped a rape investigation on Julian Assange

Sweden drops Julian Assange rape investigation

Julian Assange: Met police say they'll arrest Wikileaks founder if he leaves embassy

Met police say they'll arrest Julian Assange if he leaves embassy

Assange has been living in Ecuadorian Embassy to prevent his extradition

Strasbourg school evacuated after bomb threat

France faces new bomb threat as Strasbourg school evacuated

France faces new bomb threat as Strasbourg school evacuated

The children were sheltered in the school's gymnasium as the authorities examined the school

New York City: Times Square driver 'heard voices', say law enforcement

New York City: Times Square driver 'heard voices', say law enforcement

New York City: Times Square driver 'heard voices', say law enforcement

26-year-old Richard Rojas is to appear in court to face charges of second-degree murder, vehicular homicide and attempted murder

Theresa May accused of cowardice after no-show at Leaders Debate

Theresa May accused of cowardice after no-show at Leaders debate

Theresa May accused of cowardice after no-show at Leaders debate

The ITV leaders debate was held in Salford yesterday

Thursday, May 18, 2017

Thursday, May 18, 2017

The car crashed in the centre of New York

Speeding vehicle hits pedestrians in Times Square, at least one dead

Speeding vehicle hits pedestrians in Times Square, at least one dead

At least 10 people injured as vehicle crashes in heart of New York

Titanic remains could disappear in 15 to 20 years time

Titanic remains could be eaten away by bacteria in 15 years' time

Titanic remains could be eaten away by bacteria in 15 years' time

Marine biologists claim bacteria on the wreckage of the Titanic is causing it to disintegrate

Man detained by police for selling marijuana and disguising himself as a clown

Clown arrested by police for selling marijuana

Clown arrested by police for selling marijuana

A man allegedly dressed as a clown in an attempt to conceal his identity selling marijuana

Man dies after falling over railing at baseball stadium in Chicago

Man dies after falling over railing at Chicago Cubs baseball stadium

Man dies after falling over railing at Chicago Cubs baseball stadium

A man has died of his injuries in hospital after falling over a railing at Wrigley Field

Chris Cornell was 'more upbeat than usual' during Soundgarden's performance last night

Chris Cornell was 'more upbeat than usual' during final Soundgarden performance last night

Chris Cornell was 'more upbeat than usual' during final Soundgarden performance

Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell was found dead in his hotel bathroom last night, police suspect it was a suicide

Cheshire Police launch investigation into baby deaths at Countess of Chester hospital

Cheshire Police launch investigation into spate of baby deaths at Countess of Chester hospital

Cheshire Police launch investigation into spate of baby deaths at local hospital

15 babies have died and six have collapsed in neonatal care over the period from 2015-2016

Man arrested after beheading his sister in public, who 'knelt pleading for her life'

Man arrested after beheading his sister in public as she 'knelt pleading for her life'

Man arrested after beheading his sister in public

A 54-year-old man beheaded his sister after they had an argument about going to a hospital

European Parliament calls on Moscow to investigate torture of LGBT people in Chechnya

US denied visas to 40 gay Chechen refugees - report

US denied visas to 40 gay Chechen refugees - report

New report suggests LGBT individuals wishing to flee Russia rejected by US authorities

Two passengers injured as plane lands in Houston, Texas

Two passengers injured as plane lands in Houston, Texas

Passenger suffers heart attack while another sustains head injury

Trump is to discuss the dangers of radical Islam and the need to combat the doctrine

Donald Trump Islam speech being written by 'Muslim ban' author

Donald Trump Islam speech being written by 'Muslim ban' author

Stephen Miller thought to be writing President's speech for Saudi Arabia trip

Reports suggest RAF drone which stopped ISIS execution potentially wounded civilians

RAF Reaper Drone which stopped ISIS execution injured up to 20 civilians - monitor

RAF drone which stopped ISIS execution injured up to 20 civilians - monitor

The Royal Air Force strike successfully halted the execution of prisoners by Islamic State, but reportedly wounded innocents in the process

Is the Conservative manifesto actually similar to UKIP policies?

Is the Conservative manifesto really UKIP-lite?

How the Tories' policies compare to UKIP's

Many have claimed the Conservative manifesto is just UKIP repackaged - so we thought we'd take a look at how the two sides' flagship policy blueprints match up

Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro deploys army to quell looting and attacks

Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro deploys army to quell looting and attacks

Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro deploys army to quell looting and attacks

It is believed up to 2,600 soldiers have been sent to restore order to the state of Tachira

Dutch King Willem-Alexander leads a secret life - as a commercial airplane pilot

Dutch King Willem-Alexander leads a secret life - as a commercial airplane pilot

Dutch King Willem-Alexander leads a secret life - as a commercial airplane pilot

The reigning monarch of the Netherlands has revealed he serves as a KLM co-pilot as often as twice a month

Chris Cornell death: Police suspect suicide

Chris Cornell death: Police suspect suicide

Musician Chris Cornell has died at the age of 52

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