Voting over in long-awaited Thailand election

About 51 million Thais were eligible to vote.

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Chancellor: MPs allegedly plotting to oust Theresa May being self-indulgent

Philip Hammond also said Parliament would be given the chance to hold indicative votes on alternatives to Theresa May’s Brexit deal this week.

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Brexit: What is happening next week and beyond?

The timetable for the UK to leave the EU is a changing.

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Thousands attend New Zealand vigil to honour mosque dead

Officials estimate up to 40,000 people attended the event on a sunny Sunday evening at Hagley Park.

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Russian arrested smuggling drugged orangutan in Indonesia

He told them he planned to re-dose the animal during a transit in Seoul.

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Stephen Fry ‘backs pressure group pushing for anonymity reform in sex cases’

The actor and broadcaster joins the likes of Cliff Richard, who has also pledged to work with Falsely Accused Individuals for Reform

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David Cameron called for ‘bonfire’ of EU red tape, new papers reveal

Newly-released papers show a young David Cameron condemning ‘Euro red tape’ while working as a researcher for the Conservative Party in 1988.

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Voting under way in Thailand’s first election since 2014 coup

About 51 million people are eligible to vote.

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MP tweets it is 'all over' for Theresa May as speculation of coup mounts

Speculation that Theresa May will be ousted from Number 10 has reached fever pitch amid reports that UK Cabinet ministers are plotting a coup to get rid of her.

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Latest: Passengers tell of ‘frightening’ evacuation from cruise ship off Norway’s coast

The Viking Sky sent a mayday call after losing engine power, prompting the start of an evacuation of 1,300 passengers and crew .

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French police avoid repeat of yellow vest riots after tightening security

The protests started four months ago, targeting French President Emmanuel Macron.

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Hundreds of thousands descend on central London to demand a People’s Vote

MPs from different parties addressed the crowds outside Parliament and called for a second referendum.

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Rafi Eitan: Mossad spy who captured Holocaust architect Eichmann dies age 92

Rafi Eitan was called a ‘hero of the Israeli intelligence services’ after the 1960 operation to bring Eichmann to trial in Jerusalem.

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In pictures: Anti-Brexit marchers call for a People’s Vote

Thousands of people in England are taking to the streets to demand a final say.

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Washington awaits key findings of Mueller probe

The probe has taken 22 months and cast a shadow over the start of Donald Trump’s presidency.

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Sixth Birmingham mosque targeted by vandals

The latest attack is not believed to be linked to windows smashed in five other buildings.

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Tony Blair: I have got lots of sympathy for Theresa May

He cautioned that the Prime Minister is making decisions which will “determine the future of the country for generations to come”.

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Teenager stabbed to death outside flats in west London

The boy was found with stab injuries on Union Lane in the capital’s Isleworth area.

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Demonstrators head to London to demand second Brexit referendum

Saturday’s march will see protesters process from Park Lane to Parliament Square, where a rally will be held.

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Nigel Farage rallies troops as he rejoins Leave-supporting protest march

Mr Farage took to the top of a double-decker bus to address the crowds before leading them off on their trek to Beeston in Nottinghamshire.

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Cyclone lashes remote Australian coast with wind and rain

The Category 4 storm made landfall in the Northern Territory.

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French yellow vest protests staged amid enhanced security

Authorities also deployed soldiers to protect sensitive sites and allow police forces to focus on maintaining order during the protests.

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PM admits third vote on her Brexit deal may not take place next week

DUP deputy leader Nigel Dodds lamented the PM’s failure to secure any changes to the Northern Ireland backstop while in Brussels.

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Worshippers visits Christchurch mosque as it reopens

Hundreds of people attended the Al Noor mosque in Christchurch.

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US-backed Syrian force declares victory over Islamic State

The announcement marks the end of a four-and-a-half year campaign by an array of forces against the extremist group.

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Mueller ends Russia investigation – what happens next?

Attorney General William Barr is reviewing the final report.

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Motorists prosecuted over pro-Brexit road protests

The demonstrations aimed to ensure the UK leaves the EU on March 29 by causing gridlock and using a convoy of slow-moving vehicles.

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Who are the key figures in the Mueller probe?

Special counsel Robert Mueller has concluded his Russia investigation.

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Mueller concludes probe into alleged Russian collusion with Trump

Robert Mueller delivered his final report on Friday to Attorney General William Barr.

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Hundreds of thousands to march demanding final say on Brexit

The demonstration in central London comes as pro-Brexit campaigners are joined by Nigel Farage for the next stage of the March to Leave.

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Donald Trump cancels new sanctions on North Korea

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said the President ‘likes Chairman Kim and he doesn’t think these sanctions will be necessary’.

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Man charged with attempted murder over Surrey terror stabbing

The charge follows an incident when a 19-year-old man was stabbed in a Tesco car park.

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British ministers in bid to head off MPs’ Brexit power grab

A cross-party group of MPs say they have the numbers to seize control of Commons business.

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Trump’s claim that Islamic State territory in Syria is eliminated disputed

It is understood the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces are not yet ready to claim victory in IS’s final stronghold of Baghouz.

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Two arrested after five mosques have windows smashed in Birmingham

One man handed himself into a Birmingham police station on Friday morning.

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Adam Johnson should be allowed to return to football after release says charity

Former England winger was sentenced to six years for engaging in sexual activity with a besotted 15-year-old fan in 2016.

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Six-figure bill for entertaining and hosting Donald Trump during UK visit

Adding in the cost of policing the visit, the UK was left with an overall bill in excess of €16.7 million.

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Police treat UK student Libby Squire’s death as ‘potential homicide’

The death of UK university student Libby Squire is being treated as a “potential homicide”, police have said.

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No court decision on R Kelly’s Dubai travel request

The singer is scrambling to pay bills amid his legal troubles, according to a court filing.

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Islamic State territory in Syria eliminated, says White House

The president has been hinting at the victory for days.

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US Secretary of State: Trump ‘like biblical queen who saved Jews’

Mike Pompeo made the statement in an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network.

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Utrecht shooting suspect has confessed, say prosecutors

Gokmen Tanis faces charges including multiple murder with a terrorist intent.

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Latest: Theresa May faces Tory MPs’ anger over Brexit delay

Theresa May faces calls to consider her position after EU leaders agree to extend the Article 50 withdrawal process.

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Brexit: the past seven days

Another dramatic week failed to end uncertainty about the way ahead.

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Astronauts take spacewalk to swap space station’s batteries

Anne McClain and Nick Hague are scheduled to work in space for several hours.

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Link with China must be two-way street, says Italian president

Italy is expected to become the first major democracy to sign a memorandum of understanding to join China’s ‘Belt and Road’ initiative.

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Revoke Article 50 petition hits three million signatures

It has become the second most popular petition submitted to the Parliament website.

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Mosque gunman will spend life in prison isolation, says New Zealand

Deputy prime minister Winston Peters was speaking at an emergency session of the 57-member Organisation of Islamic Co-operation.

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Jaguar Land Rover wins Chinese court case over copy of Range Rover Evoque

JLR said it was the first case of its kind to support a foreign company in the car industry.

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Protesters block president’s route over Iraqi ferry sinking

The ferry, overloaded with holidaymakers, capsized near Mosul with dozens on board.

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