Put It To The People march: Everything you need to know about Saturday’s Brexit march
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Put It To The People march: Everything you need to know about Saturday’s Brexit march

The Put It To The People march will take place in London on Saturday 23 March just six days before the UK is meant to leave the European Union.…

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What would Brexit delay mean for UK business contingency planning?
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What would Brexit delay mean for UK business contingency planning?

With a week to go, the prime minister has finally sought to delay Brexit. As things stand, however, there is no formal agreement between the government and the…

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‘It never really left me’: Abu Ghraib prison survivors finally get their day in court
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‘It never really left me’: Abu Ghraib prison survivors finally get their day in court

The images of torture at Abu Ghraib shocked the world when they emerged nearly 15 years ago. Bound and naked men piled on top of each other in…

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Brexit news – live: Brussels says no to Theresa May’s June delay plea amid stormy PMQs clashes
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Brexit news – live: Brussels says no to Theresa May’s June delay plea amid stormy PMQs clashes

Theresa May has requested a short delay to Brexit as the European Union ruled out making a decision about an extension this week. In a letter to European Council president Donald…

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Man who changed name to Michael Jackson wants to change it back after Leaving Neverland
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Man who changed name to Michael Jackson wants to change it back after Leaving Neverland

A Michael Jackson fan who legally changed his name to that of the late star is trying to change it back in the wake of new accusations of child sexual…

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Nirav Modi: Fugitive Indian billionaire jeweller arrested in London
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Nirav Modi: Fugitive Indian billionaire jeweller arrested in London

Billionaire jeweller Nirav Modi has been arrested in London on behalf of the Indian authorities, British police said on Wednesday. India had asked Britain in August to extradite…

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Stranger Things season 3 trailer: Netflix releases new look at return of acclaimed sci-fi series
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Stranger Things season 3 trailer: Netflix releases new look at return of acclaimed sci-fi series

The first trailer for Stranger Things season three has been released by Netflix. The streaming service has unveiled its first full look at the forthcoming batch of episodes,…

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Nigel Farage nowhere to be seen as Brexit betrayal march passes through Yorkshire
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Nigel Farage nowhere to be seen as Brexit betrayal march passes through Yorkshire

A Brexit march which started in Sunderland and is making its way to London has passed through the North Yorkshire countryside. More than 100 supporters walked the 15 miles…

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From Bukowski to Hemingway: There’s a problem with the way we idolise drunk male writers
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From Bukowski to Hemingway: There’s a problem with the way we idolise drunk male writers

In todays prim culture, where millennials shun nightclubs for spin classes, the unabashed booziness of certain 20th-century writers has a quaint vintage charm. Hemingway considered beer basically a…

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Trump news – live: President accused of ‘punching a dead man’ as he continues John McCain feud, before tweeting bizarre security video
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Trump news – live: President accused of ‘punching a dead man’ as he continues John McCain feud, before tweeting bizarre security video

Donald Trump has been accused of punching at a person that cant fight back because hes dead over his feud with recently deceased Vietnam War hero and Republican…

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Brexit news – live: Theresa May brings no-deal closer with refusal to request longer delay – but EU rules out decision this week
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Brexit news – live: Theresa May brings no-deal closer with refusal to request longer delay – but EU rules out decision this week

Theresa May is set to request only a short delay to Brexit as the European Union ruled out making a decision about an extension this week. In a letter…

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Trump and Bolsonaro: US president lavishes praise on far-right leader and says he wants Brazil to join Nato
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Trump and Bolsonaro: US president lavishes praise on far-right leader and says he wants Brazil to join Nato

Donald Trump has said he is looking very strongly at granting Nato privileges to Brazil under its leader Jair Bolsonaro  a show of support for the right-wing president who has stirred…

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England vs Czech Republic: Why Harry Kane may be approaching his peak for Three Lions and Tottenham
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England vs Czech Republic: Why Harry Kane may be approaching his peak for Three Lions and Tottenham

It does not feel like very long ago when Harry Kane broke into the England team. Less than four years ago, in fact, when Roy Hodgson called the…

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Police failing to catch suspects for record number of racial and religious attacks
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Police failing to catch suspects for record number of racial and religious attacks

Police are failing to identify suspects for almost half of racially and religiously aggravated attacks in parts of the UK as the offences reach a record high. Across the country,…

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The Great British Celebrity Bake Off review: Needs more Big Narstie
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The Great British Celebrity Bake Off review: Needs more Big Narstie

So, Jess Phillips then. Labour member of parliament for Birmingham Yardley and now the recipient of the Winners Apron in episode three of Channel 4s Great Celebrity Bake Off for Stand…

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Conservatives suspend 25 more members for posting Islamophobic or racist comments on Facebook
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Conservatives suspend 25 more members for posting Islamophobic or racist comments on Facebook

Twenty-five Conservative party members have been suspended after posting Islamophobic or racist comments on social media.  The members, who were found to have been posting on a pro-Jacob…

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