By James Hingle

Monday 15 October 2018

Monday 15 October 2018

Theresa May insists a Brexit deal is still 'achievable'

Theresa May insists a Brexit deal is still 'achievable'

The Prime Minister updated the House of Commons on the Brexit negotiations.

Woman freed after being held hostage in German train station

Woman freed after being held hostage in German train station

The hostage situation took place in Cologne.

Claire's considering 'UK store closures'

Claire's considering 'UK store closures'

The accessories chain is believed to be working with restructuring firm Alix Partners as it weighs up its options.

Donald Trump: Climate change scientists have 'big political agenda'

Donald Trump: Climate change scientists have 'big political agenda'

The US President has talked down his claim that climate change is a hoax but said he does not know if it is manmade.

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British man shot dead by hunters while biking in French Alps

British man shot dead by hunters while biking in French Alps

The victim has been named as Marc Sutton from South Wales.

Wednesday 19 September 2018

Wednesday 19 September 2018

Momentum bans The Sun from attending its The World Transformed event

Momentum bans The Sun from attending its The World Transformed event

The event, taking place in Liverpool, is set to run alongside the Labour Party conference.

Eight-week-old puppy found dumped in handbag with legs tied together

Eight-week-old puppy found dumped in handbag with legs tied together

Radley, thought to be a border terrier cross, had his circulation cut off by a hairband tied around his legs.

Tesco launches discount supermarket Jack's to compete with Lidl and Aldi

Tesco launches discount supermarket Jack's to compete with Lidl and Aldi

Up to 15 stores will open over the next year.

Kim Jong Un agrees to 'permanently' dismantle main nuclear complex

Kim Jong Un agrees to 'permanently' dismantle main nuclear complex

The North Korean leader said he would disarm their nuclear programme if the United States takes the same measures.

Storm Ali: Travel disruption, power cuts and flying debris expected

Storm Ali: Travel disruption, power cuts and flying debris expected

Storm Ali: Travel disruption, power cuts and flying debris expected

As Ali rolled in on Wednesday morning the Met Office updated its amber weather warning of wind.

Pedestrians injured in suspected hit and run outside mosque in London

Pedestrians injured in suspected hit and run outside mosque in London

Detectives are investigating whether the incident was an anti-Muslim attack.

Tuesday 18 September 2018

Tuesday 18 September 2018

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Kopparberg to produce cider in the UK over Brexit fears

Kopparberg to produce cider in the UK over Brexit fears

The Swedish firm looks to mitigate the fallout of Brexit in one of its key markets.

Putin blames 'a chain of tragic circumstances' for downed military aircraft

Putin blames 'a chain of tragic circumstances' for downed military aircraft

The aircraft was down over Syria where all 15 people onboard reportedly died.

EU migrants should not receive preferential treatment, says migration report

EU migrants should not receive preferential treatment, says migration report

The report suggests migration is not a "major determinate" of the wages of UK-born workers.

Investigation to open into death of John and Susan Cooper at Egyptian hotel

Investigation to open into death of John and Susan Cooper at Egyptian hotel

Post-mortem examinations carried out in the UK have not been able to find out the cause of death and more tests are being carried out.

Donald Trump slaps biggest tariffs yet on Chinese imports

Donald Trump slaps biggest tariffs yet on Chinese imports

The US administration is imposing tariffs on 200 billion dollars (£150 billion) more in Chinese goods.

Monday 17 September 2018

Monday 17 September 2018

Railway punctuality reaches 12-year low amid timetable changes and bad weather

Railway punctuality reaches 12-year low amid timetable changes and bad weather

One in seven trains missed the industry's Public Performance Measure (PPM) of punctuality in the 12 months to August 18.

Police release images of man sought in connection with a sexual assault

Police release images of man sought in connection with a sexual assault

The incident occurred at an event at Camden Market, London, in July.

Man charged with assault on traffic warden in Birmingham

Man charged with assault on traffic warden in Birmingham

The warden was dragged from his moped on Hartopp Road in the city.

Labour calls for ban on early baby gender tests

Labour calls for ban on early baby gender tests

The call comes amid concerns that some could choose to terminate the pregnancy because of a fetus's sex.

Novichok not the cause in latest Salisbury incident, police confirm

Novichok not the cause in latest Salisbury incident, police confirm

Novichok not the cause in latest Salisbury incident, police confirm

A man in his 40s and a woman in her 30s were taken ill in the city on Sunday.

Friday 14 September 2018

Friday 14 September 2018

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Craig Phillips tells Matthew Wright that Big Brother 'has worn thin'

Craig Phillips tells Matthew Wright that Big Brother 'has worn thin'

The first Big Brother winner said most recent winners of the show aren't respected.

Dominic Raab: Britain and EU 'closing in' on Brexit agreement

Dominic Raab: Britain and EU 'closing in' on Brexit agreement

Mr Raab had an "extended" phone call on Friday with the EU's chief negotiator Michel Barnier.

Labour unlikely to back government on Brexit deal, says Emily Thornberry

Labour unlikely to back government on Brexit deal, says Emily Thornberry

She said they would not vote for a "flimsy bit of paper" simply because the government said the alternative was no-deal.

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