By James Hingle

Friday 7 September 2018

Friday 7 September 2018

The home of the Skripals will remain under a police cordon until the decontamination is complete

Decontamination work begins on the home of Sergei Skripal

Decontamination work begins on the home of Sergei Skripal

Counter-terrorism officers believe the house is where Mr Skripal and his daughter Yulia were poisoned.

Waterstones buys Foyles in fight against 'Amazon's siren call'

Waterstones buys Foyles in fight against 'Amazon's siren call'

The boss of Waterstones aims to 'defend bookshops'.

Twitter bans Alex Jones and Infowars from its platform

Twitter bans Alex Jones and Infowars from its platform

The social media site said Jones will not be able to create new accounts on Twitter or take over any existing ones.

Thursday 6 September 2018

Thursday 6 September 2018

UK novichok allegations backed by allies

UK novichok allegations backed by allies

US President Donald Trump, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President Emmanuel Macron and Canadian PM Justin Trudeau issued a joint statement with Mrs May.

Four dead including gunman in US bank shooting

Four dead including gunman in US bank shooting

The shooting occurred at the Fifth Third Bank building in Cincinnati.

Cockapoo named Corbyn tops public poll at Westminster Dog of the Year competition

Cockapoo named Corbyn tops public poll at Westminster Dog of the Year

A cockapoo called Corbyn named after the Labour leader has topped a public poll.

Carlsberg to replace plastic ring holders with eco-friendly glue

Carlsberg to replace plastic ring holders with eco-friendly glue

The brewer is set to reduce its use of plastic to package the product by more than 75%.

Trump may slap tariffs of up to 25% on $200bn of Chinese goods

Trump may slap tariffs of up to 25% on $200bn of Chinese goods

China said it is ready to impose retaliatory tariffs on 60 billion dollars' worth (£46 billion) of US goods if that happens.

Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan died by drowning in London hotel bath

Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan died by drowning in London hotel bath

The frontwoman died after drinking alcohol and drowning in her bath, an inquest heard

Burberry confirms it will no longer use real fur

Burberry confirms it will no longer use real fur

The fashion brand has also announced plans to stop burning prodcuts

Top court legalises gay sex in India

Top court legalises gay sex in India

India's supreme court has struck down a law from the colonial era that made gay sex punishable by up to 10 years in prison.

Wednesday 5 September 2018

Wednesday 5 September 2018

Aldi accused of 'jingoism' for displaying Union Jack flags

Aldi accused of 'jingoism' for displaying Union Jack flags

It's opened up a debate on Twitter about backing British farmers.

Danny DeVito: Corbyn's past has been 'dug up' to make him 'look bad'

Danny DeVito: Corbyn's past has been 'dug up' to make him 'look bad'

The hollywood actor has come to the defence of the Labour leader.

Two Russian nationals identified as suspected Salisbury nerve agent attackers

Two Russian nationals identified as suspected Salisbury nerve agent attackers

Police and prosecutors said there is sufficient evidence to charge Alexander Petrov and Ruslan Boshirov with conspiring to murder Sergei and Yulia Skripal

Andy Burnham calls for Brexit to be postponed to 'guard against' a no-deal exit

Andy Burnham calls for Brexit to be postponed to 'guard against' a no-deal exit

The Greater Manchester Mayor believes that the Article 50 negotiation period should be extended beyond March 2019

Protesters outside Labour HQ on Tuesday afternoon

Labour have a 'blindspot' when it comes to antisemitism, says Karen Pollock

Labour have a 'blindspot' when it comes to antisemitism, says Karen Pollock

The Chief Executive of the Holocaust Educational Trust says the antisemitism row still isn't over.

Teenage boy left critically ill after stabbing in north London

Teenage boy left critically ill after stabbing in north London

The male victim, believed to be 18, was found with stab wounds after the incident in York Way, Islington.

British and French officials to hold talks to end 'scallop wars'

British and French officials to hold talks to end 'scallop wars'

French officials and industry representatives are set to meet their UK counterparts later to discuss ways to resolve the row.

Tuesday 4 September 2018

Tuesday 4 September 2018

Poison that killed Dawn Sturgess was the same used on the Skripals, investigators confirm

Poison that killed Dawn Sturgess was the same used on the Skripals

Dawn Sturgess her partner Charlie Rowley fell ill at his home in Amesbury.

Labour party adopts all IHRA examples of antisemitism

Labour party adopts all IHRA examples of antisemitism

Labour party adopts all IHRA examples of antisemitism

The party will now incorporate all 11 examples into its code of conduct

Westbourne Grove (Google street view)

Three injured in Notting Hill 'noxious substance' attack

Three injured in Notting Hill 'noxious substance' attack

Three people have been taken to hospital following the incident in west London.

Chris Williamson: NEC should add 'caveat' to IHRA examples to preserve freedom of speech

Chris Williamson: NEC should add 'caveat' to IHRA examples to preserve freedom of speech

Williamson: NEC should add 'caveat' to IHRA examples to preserve free speech

Labour MP Chris Williamson has defended the re-election of Peter Willsman to Labour’s National Executive Committee.

A man in his thirties was seriously assaulted by a group of teenagers at Gravelly Hill train station.

Fresh eyewitnesses sought in 'electronic stun weapon' assault in Birmingham

Fresh eyewitnesses sought in 'electronic stun weapon' assault in Birmingham

A man in his thirties was seriously assaulted by a group of teenagers at Gravelly Hill train station.

Police implementing stop and search at the 2018 Notting Hill Carnival

Stop and search campaigner: Police are 'alienating' the black community with 'racial profiling'

Campaigner: Police are 'alienating' the black community with 'racial profiling'

Sajid Javid is expected to announce greater stop and search powers for police to prevent crimes like acid attacks.

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