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Boris Johnson to make major speech, in what will be seen as act of disloyalty

Boris Johnson claims now is the time to "use Brexit to unite the country", in a major speech which will be seen as the latest move in his Tory leadership campaign.

Duke's collision sparks debate on whether he is too old to drive at 97

When the Obamas visited the UK for a state visit in 2016, they weren't escorted from their helicopter by a security driver.

'Scenes of horror': Jury hear vivid descriptions of Hillsborough disaster

Jurors have heard the vivid descriptions of the "vice-like" crushing of Liverpool football fans in a "scene of horror" at the Hillsborough disaster in 1989. 

Jury shown footage capturing moments before Shoreham Airshow crash

Footage capturing the moments before 11 people were killed in the Shoreham Airshow crash has been shown to a jury.

May tells Corbyn it is 'impossible' to rule out 'no-deal' Brexit

May tells Corbyn it is 'impossible' to rule out 'no-deal' Brexit

Theresa May has told Jeremy Corbyn it is "impossible" for her to rule out a "no-deal" Brexit, after the Labour leader sought to block his MPs from helping the government break a deadlock over Britain's EU exit.

Prince Philip breathalysed after being involved in car crash

Prince Philip breathalysed after being involved in car crash

The Duke of Edinburgh has been involved in a car crash while he was driving close to the Sandringham Estate.

Tommy Robinson: YouTube removes ads from far-right activist's videos

Tommy Robinson: YouTube removes ads from far-right activist's videos

Far-right activist Tommy Robinson has been banned from earning money from advertising on his YouTube channel after the video platform said his content breached its guidelines.

Philips to shut UK baby bottle factory post-Brexit with hundreds of jobs at risk

Philips to shut UK baby bottle factory post-Brexit with hundreds of jobs at risk

Philips has announced plans to shut a UK factory with the potential loss of 430 jobs, months after expressing worries about a possible hit from Brexit.

Cotton stringy scale: Imported bugs are 'first new garden pest of the year'

Cotton stringy scale: Imported bugs are 'first new garden pest of the year'

An odd-looking scale insect with strings of eggs that wrap around branches has been named as the first new garden pest of the year, plant experts have said.

Brexit: UK motorists wanting to drive in EU 'will need green card' if no-deal becomes reality

Brexit: UK motorists wanting to drive in EU 'will need green card' if no-deal becomes reality

Millions of British motorists hoping to drive in the EU will need a "green card" to do so as the UK approaches the "increasingly possible" event of a "no-deal" Brexit, insurance firms have warned.

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Prince Philip breathalysed after being involved in car crash

Prince Philip breathalysed after being involved in car crash

The Duke of Edinburgh has been involved in a car crash while he was driving close to the Sandringham Estate.

No-confidence vote: Find out what your MP did

No-confidence vote: Find out what your MP did

Theresa May has survived a bid to bring down her government - securing a narrow victory of 325 votes to 306 votes in Labour's no-confidence vote.

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