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No public event planned for Queen & Prince Philip anniversary

​Queen Elizabeth will add another landmark to her record-breaking reign on Monday when she and Prince Philip celebrate their 70th wedding anniversary.

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Pensioner found guilty of making guns and bullets

A pensioner has been convicted of selling firearms and homemade bullets to dangerous criminals after West Midlands Police linked him to a UK gun crime spike.

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PM vows to protect Europe from Russia threats

Theresa May has said the government would protect Europe after Brexit as she accused Russia of military aggression and meddling in elections.

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Thousands of puppies 'illegally smuggled' into UK

A record haul of 100 were seized at the border in one week

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Drivers need eye tests 'every ten years'

The Association of Optometrists is calling for compulsory eye testing

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Deadline for old £10 notes looms

Customers have until March 1st to spend the old paper notes

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Biggest Brexit test to start with analysis of key legislation

MPs will try to win concessions from a weakened leader on the government's legislation to sever ties.

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PM accuses Russia of meddling in elections

The prime minister said Britain would continue to provide assistance to states that were victims of aggression.

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Brexit Secretary makes parliament concession

David Davis has said the government would allow parliament the opportunity to debate, scrutinise and vote on any final Brexit agreement.

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Man found guilty of London acid attack

A man who squirted acid in a crowded nightclub, injuring more than 20 people, has been found guilty of a string of offences.

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Britain considering protection for jailed aid worker

Theresa May's government is considering granting diplomatic protection to Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, a jailed aid worker in Iran, as part of efforts to secure her release.

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May to meet EU business leaders

May has invited 15 business groups from Britain and continental Europe for talks to urge them to back her Brexit strategy.

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'Give up Guns' - people urged at start of two week amnesty

Police forces across the country are urging people to hand weapons in

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Church of England calls for crackdown on transphobic bullying

Told 5000 schools children - of any gender - should be allowed to dress up in tiaras and superhero capes.

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Trump reignites Twitter spat with North Korea

It follows Pyongyang's claim he was an 'old lunatic'

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Iran-Iraq border earthquakes kills more than 200

Officials expected the casualty toll to rise when search and rescue teams reached remote areas of Iran.

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Protests ahead of Trump's Philippines visit

Riot police used water canon to prevent hundreds of protesters reaching the U.S. embassy in Manila just a few hours before the arrival of President Donald Trump.

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London Mayor calls for Johnson to resign

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has called on Boris Johnson to resign after recent events.

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Scotland to build "Living Wage Nation"

The Scottish Government is outlining plans for a three-year plan to work with the Poverty Alliance in order to build a 'Living Wage Nation'.

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