Diane Abbott accuses BBC of anti-Corbyn bias and launches stinging attack on ‘unfair’ Fiona Bruce over Question Time treatment
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Diane Abbott accuses BBC of anti-Corbyn bias and launches stinging attack on ‘unfair’ Fiona Bruce over Question Time treatment

Diane Abbott has accused the BBC of bias against Jeremy Corbyn and his top team following her latest appearance on Question Time, and launched a stinging attack on presenter…

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Labour closer to backing new Brexit referendum as senior figures pile pressure on Corbyn
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Labour closer to backing new Brexit referendum as senior figures pile pressure on Corbyn

Senior Labour figures have pushed the party significantly closer to backing a fresh Brexit referendum, suggesting support is now inevitable unless Theresa May drops her “red lines”. A…

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Democrats rejected Trump’s reported shutdown offer before it was even announced, calling it ‘unacceptable’
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Democrats rejected Trump’s reported shutdown offer before it was even announced, calling it ‘unacceptable’

President Donald Trump was expected to offer protection for so-called Dreamers, who are undocumented immigrants brought to the United States when they were children, as well as other…

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Manchester United vs Brighton: Marcus Rashford’s solo goal sees Ole Gunnar Solskjaer equal league win record
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Manchester United vs Brighton: Marcus Rashford’s solo goal sees Ole Gunnar Solskjaer equal league win record

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s 100 per cent start as caretaker manager of Manchester United stretches to seven games, thanks in the main to a sublime Marcus Rashford solo goal…

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Two trains, three trams, 5,000 steps: How a mother and baby have to travel five hours to sign on with the Home Office
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Two trains, three trams, 5,000 steps: How a mother and baby have to travel five hours to sign on with the Home Office

“I haven’t been sleeping properly,” says Faloshade Olayiwole, 35, zipping her smiley five-month-old into a donated puffer coat. It’s 8am in Stoke-on-Trent, and the single mother has been ordered to…

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UK’s largest police force spends over £200,000 on facial recognition trials that resulted in no arrests
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UK’s largest police force spends over £200,000 on facial recognition trials that resulted in no arrests

Britain’s largest police force has spent more than £200,000 on controversial facial recognition trials that resulted in no arrests, figures reveal. A freedom of information request by The…

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Conservative MPs turn on Theresa May over threat to scrap Human Rights Act after Brexit: ‘A big mistake’
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Conservative MPs turn on Theresa May over threat to scrap Human Rights Act after Brexit: ‘A big mistake’

Senior Conservative MPs have joined criticism of Theresa May’s fresh threat to axe the Human Rights Act after Brexit, one warning it would be a “big mistake”. Dominic…

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Trump government shutdown – live: President to make ‘major announcement’ on border dispute amid Mueller probe reports
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Trump government shutdown – live: President to make ‘major announcement’ on border dispute amid Mueller probe reports

Donald Trump is set to make a “major announcement” on the government shutdown and the US-Mexico border on Saturday afternoon as the standstill over funding for his proposed…

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Does the EU want to expand to include more countries like Turkey, as the Brexit campaign claimed?
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Does the EU want to expand to include more countries like Turkey, as the Brexit campaign claimed?

Boris Johnson has landed himself in hot water by claiming he “didn’t make any remarks about Turkey” in the EU referendum.  In fact, the Brexiteer signed a letter…

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Competition for a spot in baseball’s Hall of Fame reaches fever pitch
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Competition for a spot in baseball’s Hall of Fame reaches fever pitch

Halls of fame can be found all over America. Each of the major sports has one. Many individual states have them to honour their local sporting heroes. There’s…

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THE OTHER BORDER ‘CRISIS’: While America is fixated on Mexico and the wall, thousands of migrants are fleeing for Canada in a dramatically different scene
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THE OTHER BORDER ‘CRISIS’: While America is fixated on Mexico and the wall, thousands of migrants are fleeing for Canada in a dramatically different scene

Over the last two years, America's immigration debate has largely revolved around the country's southern border — but one tiny road leading from the US to Canada has…

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A $1 trillion strategist lays out the looming worst-case scenario of the government shutdown, and how investors should safeguard their money
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A $1 trillion strategist lays out the looming worst-case scenario of the government shutdown, and how investors should safeguard their money

Stocks have rallied amid the longest government shutdown in history. But as the stalemate in Washington drags on, there's building uncertainty about what it means for stocks Kristina…

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After Mueller throws water on BuzzFeed’s explosive story on Trump, the President took a Twitter victory lap
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After Mueller throws water on BuzzFeed’s explosive story on Trump, the President took a Twitter victory lap

President Donald Trump responded to BuzzFeed's story alleging he asked his former lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about a potential Russian real estate deal this morning…

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Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins tells us how he led the $200 billion company to growth when everybody expected it to get crushed in the cloud wars
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Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins tells us how he led the $200 billion company to growth when everybody expected it to get crushed in the cloud wars

When John Chambers announced his retirement as CEO of Cisco, he hand-picked Chuck Robbins to be his successor. And when Robbins officially took over, he called his shot:…

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Trump will reportedly bring DACA to shutdown negotiations in ‘major announcement’
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Trump will reportedly bring DACA to shutdown negotiations in ‘major announcement’

President Donald Trump is set to make an announcement Saturday afternoon that multiple reports have described will be a fresh offer to negotiate with Democratic lawmakers.Saturday marks the…

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BlackRock accidentally posted spreadsheets full of information on thousands of financial advisors that use its ETFs, calling some ‘dabblers’ and others ‘power users’
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BlackRock accidentally posted spreadsheets full of information on thousands of financial advisors that use its ETFs, calling some ‘dabblers’ and others ‘power users’

According to a Bloomberg News story, multi-trillion-dollar asset manager BlackRock accidentally posted a link to spreadsheets full of information on the firm's advisor clients to its iShares ETF…

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What Mueller’s extraordinarily unprecedented move to dispute BuzzFeed’s story on the record tells us
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What Mueller’s extraordinarily unprecedented move to dispute BuzzFeed’s story on the record tells us

Experts are flummoxed by a statement the special counsel Robert Mueller put out disputing a BuzzFeed News report that indicated President Donald Trump told Michael Cohen to lie…

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Thousands of current and former HP sales people will receive over $5,000 thanks to a $25 million lawsuit over messed up pay
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Thousands of current and former HP sales people will receive over $5,000 thanks to a $25 million lawsuit over messed up pay

Business Insider continues to obtain more details on the settlement by HP and HPE to salespeople after a nine-year lawsuit battle. We have now learned that 2,189 current…

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Here are all the known contacts between the Trump campaign and Russian government-linked people or entities
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Here are all the known contacts between the Trump campaign and Russian government-linked people or entities

Sixteen members of the Trump campaign communicated with Russian government officials, oligarchs, and hackers during the campaign and transition.

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I spent a day with Border Patrol agents at the US-Mexico border
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I spent a day with Border Patrol agents at the US-Mexico border

Reporter Daniel Brown spent a day with US Border Patrol agents and got an inside look at the busiest sector of the US-Mexico border.

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The Fall and Rise of the Amir Sisters by Nadiya Hussain review
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The Fall and Rise of the Amir Sisters by Nadiya Hussain review

When Nadiya Hussain’s first novel, The Secret Lives of the Amir Sisters, came out in January 2018, it was deemed “lovely”, “funny” and “breezy”. That all three adjectives…

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