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Grayling confident of EU Brexit deal

British transport secretary Chris Grayling has said he didn't think Britain would leave the European Union without a negotiated deal.

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Tougher sentences for drivers who kill

Drivers face life behind bars after plans to increase maximum sentences received resounding support from families and campaigners.

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Oscars board expels Weinstein

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences expelled producer Harvey Weinstein after allegations that he sexually harassed or assaulted a number of women.

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Trump strikes blow at Iran nuclear deal

President Donald Trump struck a blow against the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, defying both U.S. allies and adversaries by refusing to formally certify that Tehran is complying with the accord even though international inspectors say it is.

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Teenager to stand trial over London attack

A teenager who moved to Britain after his parents were killed in Iraq will go on trial in March over a bomb attack on a packed commuter train.

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Britain must pay the EU - Juncker

Britain must commit to paying what it owes to the EU before talks can begin about a future relationship, according to Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.

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EU official eyes progress by December as Brexit talks go on

​Brexit talks are deadlocked over money, the EU's Michel Barnier said on Thursday as he ruled out discussions on future trade next week.

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British Police investigate movie producer Weinstein

British police are investigating U.S. movie producer Harvey Weinstein for alleged sexual offences.

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Death toll rises as California wild fires continue to rage

​Firefighters gained ground on Thursday against wildfires that have killed at least 31 people in Northern California and left hundreds missing in the chaos of mass evacuations in the heart of the state's wine country.

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Calls for more to be done to help homeless people

​About 14 million people are being made homeless on average each year as a result of sudden disasters such as floods and storms.

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90 children a day taken into care

Ninety children a day entered care last year with a record number of children now in the care system, according to councils in England and Wales.

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No major Brexit progress - Barnier

The European Union and Britain have not made major progress this week in talks about the country's exit from the EU, according to Michel Barnier.

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Catalonia leader calls for mandate for independence

He told Parliament in Spain that 'conflict' with authorities can be resolved in 'negotiations'

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Brexit dominates again as both sides discuss progress

The European Union will have to reconsider its Brexit strategy if Britain fails to improve its offers, while Theresa May says a trade deal is close

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BAE Systems to cut nearly 2,000 jobs after Typhoon orders slow

British defence company BAE Systems announced nearly 2,000 job cuts on Tuesday, mostly at its military aircraft operations after orders for its Typhoon fighter jet slowed.

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Wildfires kill at least 10 people in California wine country

Wildfires fanned by strong winds have swept through northern California's wine country, killing at least 10 people and forcing some 20,000 to flee.

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Seeking to relaunch social agenda - May to address racial disparity

Ethnic minorities in Britain have a lower employment rate than white people and are under-represented in senior public sector jobs.

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More offenders being successfully prosecuted for sexual violence

More defendants than ever before are being prosecuted and convicted for sexual offences across England and Wales, new figures reveal today.

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Murder investigation launched after Liverpool teen shot in the head

Merseyside Police has launched a murder investigation after a teenager was shot in the head in Huyton on Sunday 8th October.

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Report finds increase in spending by tourists to Britain

A further £872 million in visitor spending was generated in the last year as a result of work by VisitBritain, according to the national tourism agency's annual review

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PM dismisses claims Government will U-turn on Brexit

"The government made clear that we have no intention of revoking that, we will be delivering on the vote of the British people," May told parliament.

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