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Labour reiterates support for Trident despite review pledge

Labour has insisted it still supports the retention of Britain's Trident nuclear deterrent after Jeremy Corbyn appeared to throw its commitment into doubt.

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'Criminal fraternity' urged to help in hunt for burglars who killed man

A manhunt is under way after a former Royal Navy officer was killed by burglars who ran him over in his own car.

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Tony Blair 'almost feels motivated to go right back into' political frontline

Tony Blair has expressed his increased desire for a return to frontline politics as Britain is being "hijacked" by Brexit backers.

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Emmanuel Macron vows to unite France ahead of Elysee decider with Marine Le Pen

Centrist Emmanuel Macron pledged to unite France as defeated opponents gave their allegiance to him in his battle for the French presidency with far-right leader Marine Le Pen.

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Man arrested and bailed after swoop by counter-terror officers

A second man arrested as part of an investigation in London by counter-terrorism officers has been released on bail.

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Bomb left near Belfast school an attempt to murder police, officer says

Dissident republicans left a bomb at the gates of a primary school in Northern Ireland in an attempt to murder police, a senior officer has said.

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Ferne McCann's boyfriend charged over nightclub acid attack

Arthur Collins, the boyfriend of reality TV star Ferne McCann, has been charged in connection with an acid attack at an east London nightclub which left two revellers partially blinded and others disfigured.

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Motoring groups welcome tougher punishments for speeding offences

The introduction of tougher punishments for the most serious speeding offences has been welcomed by motoring groups.

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UK expat dies after solo flight paraglider accident in New Zealand

A British expat has died after a tragic paraglider accident in New Zealand.

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Royal endorsement for marathon as runners bring colour to London's streets

London Marathon runners splashed royals, smashed records and saw each other across the line as thousands pounded the streets of the capital.

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Flying Scotsman travels with modern trains to celebrate British railways

World-famous locomotive Flying Scotsman travelled alongside three modern trains to celebrate the "past, present and future" of Britain's railways.

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Britain's Got Talent attracts biggest TV audience of 2017 so far

Britain's Got Talent has drawn the biggest TV audience of the year so far, with 9.2 million people tuning in to watch the second episode of the series.

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Tycoon Sir Philip Green 'could still lose knighthood year after BHS collapse'

Sir Philip Green has been warned that he could still be stripped of his knighthood and faces further questions from MPs, one year after the collapse of BHS.

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Ron Howard leads tributes as Happy Days actress Erin Moran dies at 56

Former Happy Days actors Ron Howard and Henry Winkler have led tributes to their co-star Erin Moran, who has died at the age of 56.

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TSB boss hits out at plans to spare RBS from selling off Williams & Glyn

The boss of TSB has hit out at plans to spare Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) from selling off its Williams & Glyn network, adding that competition concerns will not be addressed by a £750 million pot of Government money for challenger banks.

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Strength of 'brand Britain' important post-Brexit, says Cath Kidston boss

The chief executive of Cath Kidston has said it is essential for "brand Britain" that businesses continue to have access to key markets and fresh talent and that the rights of EU nationals are protected following Brexit.

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Burka ban reversal not an attack on Muslims, Ukip leader says

Paul Nuttall has denied Ukip's reversal on pushing for a public burka ban alongside proposals against Sharia law amount to an "attack" on Muslims.

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Nafisah Baba named as BBC's Young Dancer 2017

BBC's Young Dancer 2017 has been named as Nafisah Baba.

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All-girl dance troupe wow their way into BGT semi-final

An all-girl dance troupe have already won their slot at the Britain's Got Talent semi-final after wowing judge Alesha Dixon.

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Bernie Ecclestone: New F1 title is like a hitman having gun but no bullets

Former Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone has said his new title is like "giving a hitman a gun and no bullets".

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