Putting a Russian in charge of Interpol is like putting the mafia in charge, Putin critic warns

Putting a Russian in charge of Interpol is like putting the mafia in charge, Putin critic warns

Interpol will effectively be seized by the "mafia" if a high-ranking Russian official is elected as the police network's president, dissidents targeted by the Kremlin have warned.
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Prince William on how working in the air ambulance hit him emotionally

Prince William on how working in the air ambulance hit him emotionally

The Duke of Cambridge describes how his experiences as an air ambulance pilot impacted on him emotionally.
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Sir Vince Cable: Interpol could become 'a branch of the Russian mafia'

Sir Vince Cable: Interpol could become 'a branch of the Russian mafia'

Sir Vince Cable questions minister Harriet Baldwin on what the UK Government is doing to prevent the election of Russian Alexander Prokopchuk as president of Interpol.
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Trafalgar Square Christmas tree felled in Oslo forest

Trafalgar Square Christmas tree felled in Oslo forest

The Christmas tree to be used in Trafalgar Square has been felled in a ceremony hosted by the mayor of Oslo. The tree is a token of gratitude from the people of the Norwegian capital dating back to 1947, for Britain's support during the Second Wo...
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Is a hybrid right for you?

Is a hybrid right for you?

Hybrids are ever-more common on UK forecourts - but is a hybrid car right for you?
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Mo Farah: My dream is to win the London Marathon

Mo Farah: My dream is to win the London Marathon

Sir Mo Farah will compete at the London Marathon in 2019. Great Britain's four-time Olympic gold medallist has been confirmed as an entrant as he looks to win the race for the first time.
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Countdown to Brexit: 129 days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: 129 days until Britain leaves the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on March 29. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
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Eddie Izzard: People's vote on Brexit is 'inevitable'

Eddie Izzard: People's vote on Brexit is 'inevitable'

Eddie Izzard says a people's vote on Brexit is 'inevitable' as people realise how negative the country has been since voting to leave the European Union. He was awarded an honorary doctorate for his outstanding achievements as a comedian, actor, w...
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Ed Sheeran stops performance so man can propose

Ed Sheeran stops performance so man can propose

Ed Sheeran stops his intimate Heart Live show with only 400 concert goers present to allow a man to propose to his girlfriend.
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Rare footage of baby shark filmed off Puerto Rico

Rare footage of baby shark filmed off Puerto Rico

Scientists have discovered a baby shark still in its egg case during an exploration mission west of Desecheo Island in Puerto Rico.
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International Space Station celebrates 20th anniversary

International Space Station celebrates 20th anniversary

As the International Space Station celebrates its 20th anniversary, we take a look at some of the numbers behind the historic venture.
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Police office rescues bear from dumpster

Police office rescues bear from dumpster

A bear cub has been reunited with its mother thanks to a police officer in Northern California who colleagues are calling a "bear whisperer."
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Chicago shooting: Two hospital employees and police officer among four dead

Chicago shooting: Two hospital employees and police officer among four dead

An emergency room physician and a police officer have been named among the four people killed during a shooting at a Chicago hospital.
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Model has seizure on Instagram to show reality of living with epilepsy

Model has seizure on Instagram to show reality of living with epilepsy

Model Sophie Wilson-Smith bravely uploaded a live video to Instagram of what happens when she has a seizure, in a bid to show the stark realities of living with epilepsy.
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Snoop Dogg honoured with Hollywood Walk of Fame star

Snoop Dogg honoured with Hollywood Walk of Fame star

Snoop Dogg said he hopes he can be a positive influence on the next generation of rappers as he was honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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Stars turned down by blue plaques panel

Stars turned down by blue plaques panel

Data disclosed to the Press Association under Freedom of Information laws found those snubbed by English Heritage included Oscar-winning actor Ronald Colman, women's rights campaigner Eva Gore-Booth, and cricketer Albert Trott.
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Who are the Nations League finalists?

Who are the Nations League finalists?

Which three teams have joined England in the Nations League finals in June?
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Mary Lou McDonald on Brexit: Arlene Foster should 'wake up and smell the coffee'

Mary Lou McDonald on Brexit: Arlene Foster should 'wake up and smell the coffee'

Speaking in Belfast, Mary Lou McDonald backs Theresa May's Brexit deal, despite saying it is "not perfect". She insists "party wrangles" should not be allowed to drive Ireland "over the cliff".
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Meghan Markle jokes with Take That before Royal Variety Performance

Meghan Markle jokes with Take That before Royal Variety Performance

Expectant mother Meghan Markle has met pop legends Take That as she made her debut appearance at the Royal Variety Performance. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex thrilled onlookers as they arrived at the star-studded charity gala at the London Pallad...
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Jeremy Corbyn: Brexit can be 'catalyst' for UK economy

Jeremy Corbyn: Brexit can be 'catalyst' for UK economy

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn tells the CBI annual conference that Brexit can be a catalyst for investment in the country's regions and infrastructure, bringing good jobs to local communities.
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Which Tory MPs have handed in letters of no confidence in Theresa May?

Which Tory MPs have handed in letters of no confidence in Theresa May?

Forty-eight letters of no confidence from Conservative MPs are required to trigger a leadership ballot, so which MPs have already publicly confirmed that they have sent in their letters against Theresa May?
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Best used executive cars for under GBP10,000

Best used executive cars for under GBP10,000

Used executive cars can be bought for a good deal less than they were worth when new. Here are five of the best executive cars that can be yours for less than GBP10,000.
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The Queen and Prince Philip: 71 years of marriage in pictures

The Queen and Prince Philip: 71 years of marriage in pictures

A look back at the 71 years of marriage of the Queen and Prince Philip.
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Countdown to Brexit: 130 days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: 130 days until Britain leaves the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on March 29. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
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Chief EU negotiator says Brexit deal is 'fair and balanced'

Chief EU negotiator says Brexit deal is 'fair and balanced'

The European Union's chief Brexit negotiator, Michel Barnier, says the draft withdrawal agreement is 'fair and balanced'. Britain and the EU will hope to finish the final agreement over the coming week.
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Theresa May confident she will deliver Brexit deal that works for UK

Theresa May confident she will deliver Brexit deal that works for UK

Prime Minister Theresa May dispelled further resignation calls as she said she is confident that the Brexit deal she has agreed with EU negotiators will deliver on the referendum vote.
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Brexit: What to expect this week

Brexit: What to expect this week

With Tory MPs and even allegedly ministers plotting Theresa May's downfall and the abandonment of her withdrawal agreement, we take a look at the upcoming week and why it could define the PM's tenure in office.
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The real @JohnLewis stars in Christmas advert

The real @JohnLewis stars in Christmas advert

A man named @JohnLewis on Twitter has starred in a Christmas advert after years of being confused for the UK department store. Every year John Lewis, Virginia-based lecturer, receives over 50,000 Tweets intended for the shop.
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Lewis Hamilton's F1 season in numbers

Lewis Hamilton's F1 season in numbers

Take a look at Lewis Hamilton's Formula One season in numbers.
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Deaf baby hears for the first time

Deaf baby hears for the first time

Eyes wide with wonder, a little girl's heart-melting expression captures the exact moment when, born profoundly deaf, she hears her mother's voice for the first time. Captured in a touching video clip, gorgeous Sienna Ashton's amazement as she li...
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Polyamorous events planner helping to organise world's largest orgy

Polyamorous events planner helping to organise world's largest orgy

A polyamorous events planner who is helping to organise the world's largest orgy, has told how she aims to smash the Japanese world record of 500 revellers, by having 1,000 people at the marathon sex party. This will be the most ambitious occasio...
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Grey seal pups spotted in Norfolk

Grey seal pups spotted in Norfolk

Grey seals and their newborn pups have been spotted on Horsey beach in Norfolk as pupping season gets into full swing.
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Gareth Southgate proud to end memorable year on a high

Gareth Southgate proud to end memorable year on a high

Gareth Southgate is immensely proud after England rounded off a year to remember by sealing progress to the inaugural Nations League Finals with a stirring comeback against World Cup semi-final foes Croatia.
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Celebs join Mickey Mouse's 90th celebrations at Disneyland Paris

Celebs join Mickey Mouse's 90th celebrations at Disneyland Paris

Mickey Mouse celebrates his 90th anniversary with friends at Disneyland Paris.
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Theresa May: Toppling me won't help Brexit

Theresa May: Toppling me won't help Brexit

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn answer questions from Sophy Ridge on Sky News ahead of a crucial week for Brexit.
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Countdown to Brexit: 131 days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: 131 days until Britain leaves the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on March 29. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
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Trump sees California wildfire devastation up close

Trump sees California wildfire devastation up close

President Donald Trump has seen up close the devastation caused from the nation's deadliest wildfire in a century. California governor Jerry Brown and governor-elect Gavin Newsom joined the president on Saturday as he visited scorched areas and m...
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Irish premier promises five years of income tax cuts

Irish premier promises five years of income tax cuts

Irish premier Leo Varadkar has promised five years of income tax cuts as well as more spending on education and health. He said it is "unfair" people on average incomes pay the highest rate of tax.
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Gareth Southgate on England's match against Croatia

Gareth Southgate on England's match against Croatia

England manager Gareth Southgate says that over the last year England and Croatia have proved that they are two of the best sides in the world.
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England v Croatia: Nations League match preview

England v Croatia: Nations League match preview

All you need to know ahead of the England v Croatia match in the UEFA Nations League on November 18.
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One dead in France fuel protests

One dead in France fuel protests

A protester has been killed and 47 others injured during roadblocks set up around France to demonstrate against rising fuel taxes, in a new challenge to embattled President Emmanuel Macron.
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Climate change activists block London bridges with sit-down protests

Climate change activists block London bridges with sit-down protests

Hundreds of protesters have gathered in central London to demand the Government take greater action on climate change. The group Extinction Rebellion encouraged people to perform a sit-in across five bridges in the city on Saturday morning.
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Cargo rocket blasts off for space station

Cargo rocket blasts off for space station

A load of space station supplies rockets into orbit from Virginia. Among the 7,400lb of goods inside the Cygnus capsule are ice cream and fresh fruit for the three space station residents.
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Countdown to Brexit: 132 days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: 132 days until Britain leaves the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on March 29. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
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Duke of Sussex calls for HIV testing to be seen as 'completely normal'

Duke of Sussex calls for HIV testing to be seen as 'completely normal'

The Duke of Sussex has called for HIV testing to be seen as "completely normal and accessible" in a new video marking this year's National HIV Testing Week.
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Incredible wipe-outs at Big Wave surfing competition

Incredible wipe-outs at Big Wave surfing competition

Take a look at some of the incredible wipe-outs at the World Surf League Big Wave Tour in Nazare, Portugal. The notorious Praia do Norte is a big wave break known for its powerful waves and dangerous speeds.
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Disney exhibition opens to mark Mickey Mouse's 90th anniversary

Disney exhibition opens to mark Mickey Mouse's 90th anniversary

Disney has launched a UK exhibition to celebrate Mickey Mouse's 90th anniversary, showcasing a collection of brand new Mickey-inspired artworks by emerging UK-based artists.
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Driver who crashed car into pub crowd is jailed for 12 years

Driver who crashed car into pub crowd is jailed for 12 years

CCTV footage shows a man driving his car into a crowd of people outside a pub in Kent. 25-year-old James Bates has been jailed for 12 years over the incident.
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