We need to take climate change very seriously, warns astronaut Tim Peake

We need to take climate change very seriously, warns astronaut Tim Peake

Astronaut Major Tim Peake has said it is too early to tell whether this summer's heatwave is part of a global trend towards warming temperatures or a one-off.
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Video shows Jussie Smollett with 'noose' around neck after reporting alleged attack

Video shows Jussie Smollett with 'noose' around neck after reporting alleged attack

Chicago police have released hundreds of files from the investigation into Jussie Smollett's claim he was attacked by two men - including video footage of the Empire actor wearing a thin white rope wrapped around his neck.
Music industry marks 10th anniversary of Michael Jackson's death

Music industry marks 10th anniversary of Michael Jackson's death

The music industry is marking the 10th anniversary of Michael Jackson's death. We take a look back at the King of Pop's legacy.
Italy's Milan-Cortina chosen to host 2026 Winter Olympics & Paralympics

Italy's Milan-Cortina chosen to host 2026 Winter Olympics & Paralympics

The International Olympic Committee voted to award the 2026 Winter Olympic Games to Milan-Cortina, Italy. This will be the third Winter Olympics in Italy and second at Alpine ski resort Cortina d'Ampezzo.
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Donald Trump orders new sanctions against Iran's supreme leader and associates

Donald Trump orders new sanctions against Iran's supreme leader and associates

President Donald Trump has signed an executive order targeting Iran's supreme leader and his associates with financial sanctions. Mr Trump said the supreme leader is responsible for Iran's hostile conduct.
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Man who pushed ex-Eurotunnel boss on to Tube track jailed for life

Man who pushed ex-Eurotunnel boss on to Tube track jailed for life

Paranoid schizophrenic Paul Crossley, who pushed a former Eurotunnel boss on to the Tube tracks, has been jailed at the Old Bailey for life with a minimum of 12 years.
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Man with dementia delights internet by remembering piece he composed decades ago

Man with dementia delights internet by remembering piece he composed decades ago

A man with dementia has won plaudits on social media after a viral video showed him playing a piece he composed decades ago.
Eoin Morgan: It will take time for cricket community to accept Warner and Smith back

Eoin Morgan: It will take time for cricket community to accept Warner and Smith back

England captain Eoin Morgan has warned Australian pair David Warner and Steve Smith they will not be "accepted back into the cricket community straight away". England face Australia in their World Cup clash at Lord's on Tuesday, with Morgan insis...
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Farage calls for postal vote shake-up

Farage calls for postal vote shake-up

Nigel Farage's Brexit Party has called for an investigation into allegations of impropriety during Labour's slim victory in the Peterborough by-election.
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John McDonnell calls Boris Johnson's behaviour 'dangerously reckless'

John McDonnell calls Boris Johnson's behaviour 'dangerously reckless'

Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell calls Boris Johnson's behaviour regarding Brexit "dangerously reckless" while delivering a keynote speech on the economy.
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Rafael Benitez set to leave Newcastle

Rafael Benitez set to leave Newcastle

Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez is to leave the club when his contract expires at the end of the month. The Spaniard guided the Magpies to an instant return to the Premier League after relegation in 2016.
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One-month-old lion cubs explore Port Lympne animal reserve

One-month-old lion cubs explore Port Lympne animal reserve

Port Lympne's lionness Oudrika shows off her baby cubs one month after giving birth.
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The hybrid SUVs to consider

The hybrid SUVs to consider

More and more SUVs feature hybrid powertrains to improve fuel economy - these are some of the best.
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Lord Prescott admitted to hospital after suffering stroke

Lord Prescott admitted to hospital after suffering stroke

Former deputy prime minister Lord Prescott has been admitted to hospital after suffering a stroke.
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Glastonbury Festival set to be hot and humid

Glastonbury Festival set to be hot and humid

Music fans are set for hot and humid weather at this year's Glastonbury Festival, according to the Met Office. The 900-acre festival is being headlined by Stormzy, the Killers and The Cure, and will host a population of 200,000 during the event.
Daredevil siblings safely cross Times Square on high wire

Daredevil siblings safely cross Times Square on high wire

Two siblings from the famed Flying Wallendas safely crossed New York's Times Square on a tightrope strung between two skyscrapers 25 storeys above the pavement.
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Cardi B and British star Ella Mai among winners at BET Awards

Cardi B and British star Ella Mai among winners at BET Awards

Cardi B and British star Ella Mai were among those to pick up gongs at the Black Entertainment Television (BET) Awards.
Countdown to Brexit: 129 days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: 129 days until Britain leaves the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on October 31. Here we look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
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Charity celebrates anniversary of Women's Land Army

Charity celebrates anniversary of Women's Land Army

As Britain prepares to mark 80 years since the start of the Second World War, working animal charity SPANA is asking the public to remember another significant anniversary - the formation of the Women's Land Army. The Women's Land Army (WLA) was ...
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Glastonbury Festival in numbers

Glastonbury Festival in numbers

With Glastonbury on the horizon, we look at the numbers behind the UK's biggest festival ahead of its 36th outing.
Yesterday: Himesh Patel makes major film debut

Yesterday: Himesh Patel makes major film debut

Danny Boyle and Himesh Patel on their new film Yesterday, which imagines a world where only one person remembers The Beatles.
Glastonbury: Five famous moments from the UK's biggest festival

Glastonbury: Five famous moments from the UK's biggest festival

As music lovers ready themselves for Glastonbury 2019, we take a look at five famous moments from the festival's past - from Jay Z's dig at Oasis to the downpour of 1997.
Queen gets a scarf blown in her face at Royal Windsor Cup

Queen gets a scarf blown in her face at Royal Windsor Cup

The Queen had an unexpected brush with a Japanese musician - when his scarf blew into her path and landed on her shoulder. Actress Gillian Anderson, who was among the guests in the royal box at the polo on Sunday, could not hide her shock as she ...
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The Queen dazzles in pink at the Royal Windsor Cup Final

The Queen dazzles in pink at the Royal Windsor Cup Final

The Queen enjoyed her final engagement of the week at the OUT-SOURCING Inc Royal Windsor Cup at the Guards Polo Club. She had spent the rest of the week up the road watching racing at Royal Ascot.
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Jeremy Hunt tries to avoid 'Ed Miliband bacon sandwich moment' during fish and chips meal

Jeremy Hunt tries to avoid 'Ed Miliband bacon sandwich moment' during fish and chips meal

Conservative leadership candidate Jeremy Hunt said he wanted to eat his fish and chips 'in a dignified way' on a trip to Scotland, to avoid being snapped in an awkward food photo like Ed Miliband in 2014.
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