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36 minutes ago
MPs last night backed an amendment that allows them to take control of Commons business and stage a series of "indicative" votes on the way forward on Brexit. Here are the different options that MPs will vote on tomorrow:  Common Market 2.0 AKA the Norway-Plus model, it means a soft Brexit and a close economic relationship with the EU, staying in the EEA, keeping the single market and the “plus” of staying in the border-free customs union.» more
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38 minutes ago
A rare albino penguin has made its public debut at a zoo in Poland. The chick astonished zookeepers with its unique colouring, and has caused a stir with visitors as the world’s only albino penguin in captivity.» more
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42 minutes ago
Republic of Ireland international Katie McCabe signs a new 'long-term' contract extension with Arsenal Women.
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2 hours ago
Looking to escape London for a few days? We've found cheap flights to some of Europe's coolest cities - so get booking these fun summer getaways!
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3 hours ago
Ministers say they won’t be binding – but that doesn’t mean they won’t have political force.
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3 hours ago
Fulham's Ryan Sessegnon is set to start for England Under-21s when they play Germany on Tuesday in an acid test of their prospects at this summer’s European Championship. England face Germany at the Vitality Stadium in Bournemouth and manager Aidy Boothroyd is set to shuffle his pack for the game. He is likely to include several players who did not start the 1-1 draw with Poland last Thursday.» more
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3 hours ago
Marc Maron has spoken of how the upcoming Joker origin movie starring Joaquin Phoenix is taking a more “interesting approach” than other comic book films. The comedian, actor and host of the WTF Podcast was speaking to NME ahead of his upcoming UK tour. Among his recent busy schedule of stand-up gigs and appearing in …» more
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3 hours ago
Dr Robert Bailey (pictured), a medic in Cambridgeshire, did not return to his hotel in Chamonix, France, last Thursday after setting out on a hike up the Col de Forclaz mountain pass.
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3 hours ago
Protecting the United Kingdom is the “big issue” for the Democratic Unionist Party rather than backing a “toxic” deal to get Brexit over the line, senior MPs said today. They warned that they would not agree to Theresa May’s Brexit plans unless the threat from the Northern Ireland border “backstop” to the UK’s integrity was neutered. Jim Shannon, DUP MP for Strangford, accused the Prime Minister of having failed to deliver on his party’s “red line” for changes to the backstop to ensure Northern Ireland would not be splintered off from the rest of the UK.» more
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3 hours ago
After another chaotic night in the House of Commons, MPs voted on an amendment to take control of the parliamentary timetable, in a move that hasn’t been seen in over a century. There were 29 Tory MPs who rebelled against their party by voting for the amendment. Now a series of votes will be taken in the House of Commons, starting on Wednesday, which will put forward amendments to the withdrawal agreement. They could include a second referendum or a Norway-style deal which would leave the UK in the customs union.» more
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3 hours ago
The controversial copyright law was approved by 348 to 274. It will force YouTube, Google and Facebook to take responsibility for copyrighted material posted on their platforms
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