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Theresa May warned of 'crash landing' in Brexit negotiations with EU

Theresa May was given a fresh warning about the difficulties she will face in Brexit negotiations with Europe as peers prepared for battle with ministers over the Article 50 Bill.

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Kraft Heinz withdraws £115bn merger bid for Unilever

US food giant Kraft Heinz has withdrawn a £115 billion bid for a mega-merger with Unilever, the firms have said.

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Campaign to oust Bercow is undignified, says Soames

John Bercow has a tendency to "shout off" but the campaign to oust him is "undignified", a senior Tory MP has said.

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Boy, two, dies after he is recovered from river

A two-year-old boy has died after being recovered from a river.

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Trump's state visit should be scrapped, says London Mayor

Donald Trump's "cruel and shameful" policies mean he should not be granted a state visit, London Mayor Sadiq Khan said as MPs prepared to debate the US President's forthcoming trip to the UK.

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Man and woman die of 'knife wounds' following disturbance

A man and woman have died after a disturbance at a home in Hertfordshire, police said.

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UK could review claims for asylum from child refugees in France

Some claims for asylum in the UK from child refugees in France could be reviewed, the Home Office said as ministers came under pressure to take more in.

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Ex-boxer Michael Watson urges witnesses to come forward after 'car-jacking'

Former boxer Michael Watson has appealed for witnesses after he was involved in a "very frightening, violent situation" during a suspected car-jacking.

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Sainsbury's boss blasts 'archaic' business rates set-up

The chief executive of Sainsbury's has waded into the row over business rates, calling for "fundamental reforms" to a system that will see internet giant Amazon have most of its bills cut while high street retailers are forced to stump up billions.

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Jeremy Corbyn's future will not hang on results of by-elections, says Abbott

Jeremy Corbyn will not have to consider his future as Labour leader if his party loses both upcoming by-elections, a shadow cabinet ally has said.

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Ministers seek to future-proof 'crown jewels' sporting events

Potential changes to the rules covering televised sport's "crown jewels" will ensure the major events remain on free TV channels despite more people watching online, the Government said.

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Facebook and Twitter should do more to tackle online abuse, says Abbott

Facebook and Twitter should do more to shutdown people sending racist and sexist abuse, th e shadow home secretary has said.

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Children of alcoholic parents calling helpline to hear bedtime stories

Children as young as five are ringing a helpline to hear bedtime stories because their alcoholic parents are too intoxicated to put them to bed.

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Morrisons recalls meat-based product over infection concerns

Supermarket Morrisons has recalled one of its meat-based products over concerns it may cause flu-like symptoms among vulnerable people.

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One ticket holder wins £15.3m Lotto jackpot

One ticket holder scooped the £15.3 million Lotto jackpot after matching all six numbers in Saturday's draw, organisers Camelot confirmed.

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Theresa May leading new moves to tackle domestic violence

New laws to tackle domestic violence will be developed to end the current "unacceptable" situation which sees some areas of the country put more effort into the problem than others.

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Ministers 'dropped plans to help high street shops over business rates'

Ministers considered extra financial support to ease the impact of business rates on high street shops before the general election, but later dropped the plans, it was reported.

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Blair calls to seek Brexit decision reversal 'unhelpful'

Tony Blair's call for pro-Europeans to form a new cross-party movement to reverse the outcome of the EU referendum is unhelpful, Jeremy Corbyn has said.

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