Last-minute bid to thwart decriminalisation of abortion fails at Stormont

Last-minute bid to thwart decriminalisation of abortion fails at Stormont

The first sitting of the Stormont Assembly in two and a half years ended in acrimony after a last-minute bid to thwart the decriminalisation of abortion was blocked. Despite the absence of a powersharing executive, the Assembly sat after it was r...
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Labour will tax tech giants 'fairly' says Jeremy Corbyn

Labour will tax tech giants 'fairly' says Jeremy Corbyn

Jeremy Corbyn vows to tax Facebook and Google 'fairly' as he announces plans to deliver free full-fibre internet to all by making broadband a public service. The party gave the policy a price tag of GBP20 billion, but BT chief executive Philip J...
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Christian Bale and Matt Damon breathe life into fabled Carroll and Miles partnership in Le Mans '66

Christian Bale and Matt Damon breathe life into fabled Carroll and Miles partnership in Le Mans '66

Stars of Le Mans '66 Christian Bale and Matt Damon discuss the film ahead of its release in cinemas. The film follows Miles, affectionately known by his American racing crew as Teddy Teabag for his love of British tea, as he embarks on the most d...
Water levels rise again in Venice as state of emergency declared after flooding

Water levels rise again in Venice as state of emergency declared after flooding

Waters have been rising again in Venice, just three days after the Italian lagoon city experienced its worst flooding in more than 50 years. Mayor Luigi Brugnaro said he was forced to ask police to block off the famous St Mark's Square, which was...
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Hong Kong official falls to ground in London in the midst of protesters

Hong Kong official falls to ground in London in the midst of protesters

An alleged attack on a Hong Kong government official in London has been condemned as "barbaric" by the country's leader. Video shows Hong Kong Justice Secretary Teresa Cheng falling to the ground while being pursued by protesters.
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General Election 2019: Opinion polls over the last seven days

General Election 2019: Opinion polls over the last seven days

Round up of average polling for major UK parties over the past seven days.
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US Air Force planes fly low over the North Sea

US Air Force planes fly low over the North Sea

US Air Force CV-22 Osprey's from the 352nd Special Operations Wing based at RAF Mildenhall in Suffolk, refuel from an MC-130J Commando II as they fly low over the North Sea during Exercise Point Blank. The MC-130J Commando II then refuels from ...
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Prime Minister on UK floods: You can never do enough

Prime Minister on UK floods: You can never do enough

When asked whether he had done enough to help victims of the floods in northern England, the prime minister responded by saying: "Of course there's always more you can do and you can never do enough." Must credit: BBC Breakfast
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Non-stop flight from London to Sydney believed to have set record

Non-stop flight from London to Sydney believed to have set record

A non-stop Qantas flight from London to Sydney is believed to have set a long-distance record for a passenger jet. The aircraft left Heathrow around 6am local time on Thursday and touched down in Sydney at 12:28pm on Friday. Carrying 40 people, t...
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Boris Johnson: The Tories must do better on the NHS

Boris Johnson: The Tories must do better on the NHS

Boris Johnson has said the Tories "have got to do better" on the NHS after key figures showed the service was performing at the worst level on record. Speaking on BBC Breakfast, the Prime Minister - who has made the NHS a key battleground in the...
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Brexit: 77 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU.

Brexit: 77 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU.

Brexit: 77 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU. Britain is set to leave the European Union on January 31. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
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Regent Street's Christmas lights switched on

Regent Street's Christmas lights switched on

The cast of White Christmas, The Script, Maisie Peters and Amanda Holden, switch on the Regent Street Christmas lights, London. Thousands gathered to watch the London street light up. Fireworks lit up the sky in Regent Street as the celebrities g...
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Hong Kong Justice Secretary heckled in London

Hong Kong Justice Secretary heckled in London

Hong Kong's Secretary for Justice Teresa Cheng is heckled by a crowd in London on November 14. Ms Cheng was scheduled to deliver a lecture at the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIAB) but her speech was cancelled after she reportedly sustaine...
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Trump: Impeachment inquiry is hard on family

Trump: Impeachment inquiry is hard on family

US President Donald Trump said on Thursday that he did not need help from Ukraine to beat Joe Biden, and that efforts to impeach him have been "very hard" on his family. At a rally in Louisiana, Mr Trump discussed the impeachment inquiry as he ca...
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Trans ex-officer says the Army is 'one of the best LGBT employers in the UK'

Trans ex-officer says the Army is 'one of the best LGBT employers in the UK'

A former army officer has branded the British Army "one of the best LGBT employers in the UK" following the kindness she was shown when she came out to her colleagues as gender fluid - after 25 years of military service. For decades Julie Miller,...
Southgate delighted with defeat of Montenegro

Southgate delighted with defeat of Montenegro

England coach Gareth Southgate was delighted with his side's 7-0 thrashing of Montenegro in their Euro 2020 qualifier on Thursday night. Southgate had special praise for hat-trick hero Harry Kane, but was disappointed at booing from the home crow...
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25 years of the National Lottery

25 years of the National Lottery

The National Lottery celebrates 25 years on November 19. The 25th birthday is being marked with a GBP25 million Lotto jackpot on November 25. Across the last 25 years, the National Lottery has had a transformational effect on the United Kingdom....
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Jeremy Corbyn: Labour will win constituencies across Scotland

Jeremy Corbyn: Labour will win constituencies across Scotland

Jeremy Corbyn predicted Labour will win constituencies "right across Scotland" in next month's General Election as he spoke at a rally in McEwan Hall, Edinburgh. The party leader insisted he was "utterly determined to win" on December 12, as he s...
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Election 2019: November 14 round-up

Election 2019: November 14 round-up

A look at Thursday's highlights from the various General Election campaign trails. Boris Johnson visited a school in the South West, Jeremy Corbyn was heckled in Scotland and Nigel Farage posed with fish in Grimsby.
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Five injured in California high school shooting

Five injured in California high school shooting

At least five people have been injured during a shooting at a southern California high school. The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said that deputies were responding to an incident at Saugus High School in the city of Santa Clarita.
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Priti Patel criticises Labour's immigration policy

Priti Patel criticises Labour's immigration policy

Home Secretary Priti Patel has criticised Labour's plans for immigration after a tweet by her counterpart Diane Abbott. Ms Patel referenced a tweet by her opposite number which said Labour was "committed to maintaining and extending freedom of mo...
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Family and police statements after ex-minister's son jailed for Alfie Lamb car seat crush death

Family and police statements after ex-minister's son jailed for Alfie Lamb car seat crush death

Alfie Lamb's aunt Ashleigh Jeffrey and Detective Chief Inspector Simon Harding speak outside the Old Bailey in London, after Stephen Waterson was jailed for seven years and six months after he admitted crushing his girlfriend's young son, Alfie La...
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Farage poses with fish during Grimsby election campaign stop

Farage poses with fish during Grimsby election campaign stop

Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage posed with a fish during a General Election campaign visit to a fish market in Grimsby. During the visit Mr Farage told reporters he did doubted he would vote during the election.
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Ex-minister's 'manipulative' son jailed for Alfie Lamb car seat crush death

Ex-minister's 'manipulative' son jailed for Alfie Lamb car seat crush death

The "manipulative" son of former government minister Nigel Waterson has been jailed for seven years and six months after he admitted crushing his girlfriend's young son to death with a car seat. Stephen Waterson, 26, reversed the seat of his Audi...
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Jeremy Corbyn meets 82-year-old miner on Scotland visit

Jeremy Corbyn meets 82-year-old miner on Scotland visit

Jeremy Corbyn has been welcomed to the National Mining Museum Scotland by General Election candidate Danielle Rowley, and former miner and museum volunteer John Kane, 82. The Labour leader was heckled by a supporter of another Scottish independen...
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