Harry and Meghan to no longer use HRH style

Harry and Meghan to no longer use HRH style

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are to drop their HRH styles and become known as Harry, Duke of Sussex, and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex. The change will take effect in the spring as the couple will no longer be working royals. Although they will no...
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Labour leadership candidates vie for support at Liverpool hustings

Labour leadership candidates vie for support at Liverpool hustings

Contenders in the race to replace Jeremy Corbyn as Labour leader have called for unity despite jostling for position in the first hustings of the campaign. The event in Liverpool saw the major candidates battle for dominance in the contest which ...
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Sadiq Khan announces 'Green New Deal' for a carbon neutral London by 2030

Sadiq Khan announces 'Green New Deal' for a carbon neutral London by 2030

Sadiq Khan says he will make London carbon-neutral city by 2030 if he is re-elected as mayor of the capital later this year. The Labour politician's pledge to tackle air pollution forms part of his first major pitch to voters in the upcoming mayo...
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Rebecca Long-Bailey launches Labour leadership bid

Rebecca Long-Bailey launches Labour leadership bid

Rebecca Long-Bailey announces her bid for the Labour Party leadership at Manchester's Museum of Science and Industry. She explains what she would fight for as leader and says she wants power back in the hands of the people - starting with the rep...
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Brexit: 13 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU

Brexit: 13 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on January 31. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
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Government unveils Brexit plan for January 31

Government unveils Brexit plan for January 31

On January 31, a special Cabinet meeting will take place outside London, with ministers to meet in a venue in the north of England. They will discuss the PM's "levelling up" agenda and how the Government plans to spread prosperity and opportunit...
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Emily Thornberry launches Labour leadership bid

Emily Thornberry launches Labour leadership bid

Emily Thornberry pitches herself as the woman who can stand up and lead the "fight back" against Boris Johnson, as she launches her campaign for Labour Party leadership in Guildford. The shadow foreign secretary said the opposition needs someone ...
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Premier League match preview: Manchester City v Crystal Palace

Premier League match preview: Manchester City v Crystal Palace

Premier League match preview for Manchester City against Crystal Palace.
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Christmas Eve delivery for midwife who won share of GBP1m with scratchcard

Christmas Eve delivery for midwife who won share of GBP1m with scratchcard

A midwife got a festive surprise when she won a share of GBP1 million after picking up some Lottery scratchcards while buying vegetables on Christmas Eve. Hayley Parker, from Romford, Essex, bought the scratchcards when she went to pick up brocc...
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Tommy Robinson arrives at court for football banning order hearing

Tommy Robinson arrives at court for football banning order hearing

Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, who is known as Tommy Robinson, arrives at Luton Magistrates Court for a hearing regarding a football banning order.
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Premier League transfer round-up: Young set for Inter Milan switch

Premier League transfer round-up: Young set for Inter Milan switch

Take a look at the latest news from the January transfer window, as Ashley Young looks destined for a move to Serie A from Old Trafford.
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Grand Slams in the Open era: Who has the most titles?

Grand Slams in the Open era: Who has the most titles?

As players compete for the first major title of 2020 in Melbourne, we look at which players hold the most Grand Slams in the Open era.
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Brexit: 14 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU

Brexit: 14 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on January 31. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
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Sadiq Khan warns against 'anti-London' agenda

Sadiq Khan warns against 'anti-London' agenda

London Mayor Sadiq Khan says sentiment against the capital will harm growth. Mr Khan told the London Government Dinner guests that government plans to re-balance spending away from London risked damaging "growth and jobs everywhere else in the co...
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Boxer inspires young patients at hospital where he had open heart surgery

Boxer inspires young patients at hospital where he had open heart surgery

A champion boxer has returned to the hospital where he had open heart surgery at the age of five, to show children and their parents that being born with a serious condition does not limit your achievements in life. Tommy Frank, who is the curren...
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Canada's foreign affairs minister demands full transparency and cooperation by Iran

Canada's foreign affairs minister demands full transparency and cooperation by Iran

Ministers from five countries who lost citizens in the passenger jet shot down over Tehran have called on Iran to accept "full responsibility" and compensate the victims' families. Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab joined counterparts from Canada, U...
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Premier League match preview: Arsenal v Sheffield United

Premier League match preview: Arsenal v Sheffield United

Sheffield United head to the Emirates to play against Arsenal in the Premier League on Saturday January 18.
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Foreign Secretary attends memorial for Iran plane crash victims

Foreign Secretary attends memorial for Iran plane crash victims

The Foreign Secretary has joined a memorial event dedicated to the victims of the passenger jet shot down by Iran ahead of meeting ministers from five other nations to discuss the incident. Dominic Raab took part in a candle lighting ceremony at ...
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Harry hosts Rugby League World Cup draw at Buckingham Palace

Harry hosts Rugby League World Cup draw at Buckingham Palace

The Duke of Sussex has carried out his first official public engagement since he and his wife quit as senior royals, triggering a major crisis for the monarchy. Harry was at Buckingham Palace - the official residence of his grandmother the Queen,...
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Sandi Toksvig announces Bake Off departure after three years

Sandi Toksvig announces Bake Off departure after three years

Sandi Toksvig is leaving The Great British Bake Off after three years as a presenter. The 61-year-old said that she wants to leave the Bake Off tent to focus on other work projects. Toksvig, who hosts the baking programme alongside Noel Fielding...
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Harry makes first official appearance since decision to quit

Harry makes first official appearance since decision to quit

The Duke of Sussex watches children play rugby league in the garden of Buckingham Palace as he hosts the Rugby League World Cup 2021 draw. The event was the first public engagement Harry has carried out since he and his wife Meghan quit as senior...
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Brexit: 15 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU

Brexit: 15 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on January 31. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
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Sir Patrick Stewart talks Picard and Brexit

Sir Patrick Stewart talks Picard and Brexit

Sir Patrick Stewart has described Brexit as "the grimmest thing" to have happened to him in his political life. The actor, 79, best known for his roles in Star Trek and the X-Men films, was a Remain campaigner and supporter of the People's Vote c...
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Solskjaer admits substitution 'backfired' after Rashford injured in Wolves win

Solskjaer admits substitution 'backfired' after Rashford injured in Wolves win

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitted his decision to bring on Marcus Rashford "backfired" after the Manchester United forward sustained a back injury in the 1-0 FA Cup third round replay win over Wolves. With United lacking a cutting edge against their ...
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Michael B Jordan on how he's ensuring diversity in his Hollywood films

Michael B Jordan on how he's ensuring diversity in his Hollywood films

Michael B Jordan discusses how he's ensuring diversity in his Hollywood films at a special screening for his new film Just Mercy.
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Leo Varadkar: 'It's only half-time for Brexit'

Leo Varadkar: 'It's only half-time for Brexit'

Irish premier Leo Varadkar has said that there has to be a level playing field in the Brexit negotiations to ensure the single market and customs union are "not diluted". The Taoiseach said there must be a common minimum standard so the United Ki...
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Strictly Come Dancing to sashay its way across the country

Strictly Come Dancing to sashay its way across the country

Strictly Come Dancing is set to sashay its way across the country again as the The Strictly Come Dancing Live Tour 2020 launches in Birmingham. Celebrities who took part in last year's competition will be on the tour along with some of the progra...
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Kate dances with baby and sings banana song

Kate dances with baby and sings banana song

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge got involved with a session of the Older Yet Wiser project during a visit to Bradford.
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Man arrested in Pakistan over Pc Sharon Beshenivsky killing

Man arrested in Pakistan over Pc Sharon Beshenivsky killing

A 71-year-old man has been arrested in Pakistan in connection with the murder of Pc Sharon Beshenivsky, who was shot while on duty in 2005. West Yorkshire Police said Piran Ditta Khan was held on Tuesday following an operation involving the Natio...
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Storm Brendan continues to cause disruption as River Avon bursts banks

Storm Brendan continues to cause disruption as River Avon bursts banks

Drone footage shows vehicles negotiating the flooded B4069 road at Christian Malford in Wiltshire after the River Avon has burst its banks. Parts of the UK have been hit by flooding in the wake of Storm Brendan, with some drivers seeing their car...
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Arsenal boss Arteta calls on players to fill Aubameyang's boots

Arsenal boss Arteta calls on players to fill Aubameyang's boots

Arsenal head coach Mikel Arteta has called on his players to "step up" and fill the goalscoring void left by Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's absence after a call for the Football Association to review his three-match ban failed.
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Lisa Nandy says Labour must move forward with confidence

Lisa Nandy says Labour must move forward with confidence

Labour leadership candidate Lisa Nandy gives a speech in London in which she says that the party should must be able to move forward with confidence.
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Watchdog: One in three explicit images of children online are selfies

Watchdog: One in three explicit images of children online are selfies

About a third of explicit images of children found online by an internet watchdog are selfies, new figures show. Interview with chief executive of the Internet Watchdog Foundation, Susie Hargreaves.
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William and Kate visit Bradford amid tumultuous times for royal family

William and Kate visit Bradford amid tumultuous times for royal family

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit City Hall in Bradford to join a group of young people from across the community to hear about life in the city. William and Kate will visit a number of projects that promote cohesion within one of the UK's...
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Could Meghan's father testify against her in court?

Could Meghan's father testify against her in court?

The Duchess of Sussex's father could testify against her in her legal battle with the Mail On Sunday after High Court documents revealed he forms part of the paper's defence. The paper and its parent company Associated Newspapers are accused of u...
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Stokes named cricketer of the year in ICC awards

Stokes named cricketer of the year in ICC awards

Ben Stokes has been named men's cricketer of the year in the International Cricket Council's 2019 awards. We take a look back over his career so far.
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Brexit: 16 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU

Brexit: 16 days until Britain is scheduled to leave the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on January 31. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
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If Eriksen leaves he does so 'with his head up', Mourinho says

If Eriksen leaves he does so 'with his head up', Mourinho says

Jose Mourinho has told Christian Eriksen to leave Tottenham with his head held high amid reports of an imminent exit to Inter Milan. The Denmark international's Spurs career is definitely coming to an end, it is just a case of whether it will be ...
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Police Federation chairman: Sajid Javid must deliver on pledges for policing

Police Federation chairman: Sajid Javid must deliver on pledges for policing

It would be "unforgivable" if politicians failed to act on "desperately needed" long-term funding for policing, the head of the body which represents rank-and-file officers has warned. John Apter, national chairman of the Police Federation of Eng...
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Roof crashes into high street amid stormy weather

Roof crashes into high street amid stormy weather

A roof has been blown off a building in Berkshire amid strong winds which have battered parts of the UK. Footage posted on social media shows the large structure blocking part of the High Street in Slough after it was blown off a building, which...
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Ministers 'delighted' as Government grants Flybe rescue deal

Ministers 'delighted' as Government grants Flybe rescue deal

Regional airline Flybe has secured a rescue deal with the Government that will allow it to keep operating, the Business Secretary said. Andrea Leadsom said she was "delighted" with the agreement, which came after rescue talks over the weekend. T...
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FA Cup match preview: Man Utd v Wolves

FA Cup match preview: Man Utd v Wolves

Wolves head to Old Trafford for the replay of their FA Cup third round tie against Manchester United.
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John Lewis unveils make-up counter for men

John Lewis unveils make-up counter for men

The John Lewis department store in London's Oxford Street launches a make-up counter for men in partnership with male cosmetics brand War Paint For Men. The company was founded by Danny Gray, who says using make-up has helped him deal with body d...
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Britain's most and least used railway stations revealed

Britain's most and least used railway stations revealed

Two railway stations in north-west England are the joint least used in Britain, while London dominates the most used with four of the top five in the capital.
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Sir Andrew Strauss receives knighthood at Buckingham Palace

Sir Andrew Strauss receives knighthood at Buckingham Palace

Former England cricket captain Sir Andrew Strauss talks about receiving a knighthood at Buckingham Palace.
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Leo Varadkar announces February election in Ireland

Leo Varadkar announces February election in Ireland

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has confirmed Ireland's General Election will take place on Saturday February 8. Making an announcement outside Government Buildings, Mr Varadkar said: "I have always said the election should happen at the best time for the...
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Premier League transfer round-up: Manchester United in talks over Bruno Fernandes

Premier League transfer round-up: Manchester United in talks over Bruno Fernandes

Take a look at the latest news from the January transfer window, as Manchester United look set to move for Bruno Fernandes.
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EuroMillions winner Colin Weir's final journey includes football ground stop

EuroMillions winner Colin Weir's final journey includes football ground stop

EuroMillions winner Colin Weir made a final visit to his favourite football team as his funeral cortege stopped outside Partick Thistle's ground. The procession paused at Firhill Stadium in Glasgow before continuing on to the funeral service. Pl...
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