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  • Supreme Court: Parliament suspension case 'a difficult question of law'

    The Supreme Court hears competing arguments about the legality of the PM's decision to suspend Parliament.

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  • 'Country stands behind Stokes' in Sun story row

    England cricketer Ben Stokes has the support of "the whole sport and the country" after criticising The Sun over a story it ran about his family, a leading cricket chief says.

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  • Jodie Chesney: Teenager 'murdered in drug turf war'

    Jodie Chesney may not have been the intended target of a stabbing in a London park, a court hears.

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  • Gatwick to use facial recognition tech at departures

    The London airport will regularly scan passengers' faces at departure gates from 2022.

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  • Wirral falling branch killed pregnant driver's baby

    Systemic failures by Wirral council to check on trees contributed to death, a coroner concludes.

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  • Neyland Marina: Firefighter dies in boat crash

    The 35-year-old dies after two boats collide at a marina.

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  • Girl, 11, throws loaf of bread at armed robber

    She and her dad also threw bottles of squash at a thief during the failed raid, police say.

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  • Lib Dems: Being a woman is not a weakness, says Swinson

    Jo Swinson vows to "take on" Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn and Nigel Farage - and says she can be PM.

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  • Universities 'failing' victims of sexual misconduct

    Dozens of students say they were "traumatised" by investigations that left them feeling unsafe on campus.

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  • Labour would 'carry out' further referendum result, Corbyn pledges

    Jeremy Corbyn says his party is the only one "ready to put trust in the people" over Brexit.

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  • Soot pollution particles 'cross the placenta'

    Particles of black carbon pollution can cross to the fetal side of the placenta, a study finds.

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  • Rob Howley: Wales backs coach sent home from World Cup over alleged betting breach

    Wales backs coach Rob Howley has been sent home from the World Cup for an alleged breach of betting rules.

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  • No-deal Brexit: 10 ways it could affect you

    From your weekly shop to your holiday plans, how could a no-deal Brexit affect you?

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  • In full: Boris Johnson interview from Luxembourg with BBC's Laura Kuenssberg

    BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg speaks to the PM after he meets the European Commission president.

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  • Prorogation: How can the government suspend Parliament?

    Can the prime minister shut down Parliament to force a no-deal Brexit?

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  • Sea views: Capturing British maritime life

    Winners of the Shipwrecked Mariners' Society photographic competition.

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  • No charge for 91-year-old's boiler 'under any circumstances'

    Burnley plumber gains worldwide attention for not charging an elderly customer "under any circumstances".

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  • Digging for Victory: Stories from wartime gardens

    A Royal Horticultural Society collection of family photos show gardening during World War Two

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  • Does fat shaming help people lose weight?

    Fat chance - the evidence says fat shaming is more likely to lead people to put on weight.

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  • The Face: Is 2019 the time to launch a new magazine?

    After 15 years out of print, the pop culture and fashion mag is back with hopes of gaining new fans.

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