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Pages of the Sea: Nationwide project remembers soldiers who fell during Great War - The Telegraph
Pages of the Sea: Nationwide project remembers soldiers who fell during Great War  The Telegraph

It was the most ephemeral of tributes, yet all the more poignant for it.




Macron steps up pressure over Khashoggi killing as global leaders meet at G20 - North Wales Pioneer
Macron steps up pressure over Khashoggi killing as global leaders meet at G20  North Wales Pioneer

The French president told Saudi's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman that he is worried and 'you never listen to me'.




Dog attacks on livestock 'devastate' farmers - BBC News
Dog attacks on livestock 'devastate' farmers  BBC News

Sheep being injured and killed in dog attacks causes devastation for farmers, said one who has lost 18 animals
Ben Jones from Hensol, Vale of Glamorgan, ...




Airbus warns no-deal Brexit could see it leave UK - BBC News
Airbus warns no-deal Brexit could see it leave UK  BBC News

The European planemaker says no-deal Brexit would force it to reconsider its investments in the UK.




Storm Ernesto on course for the UK and Ireland this weekend - Sky News
Storm Ernesto on course for the UK and Ireland this weekend  Sky News

Ernesto will leave behind a legacy of overcast and muggy conditions when it eventually clears into the North Sea late on Sunday
16:54, UK, Friday 17 August ...




'Millennia of human activity': heatwave reveals lost UK archaeological sites - The Guardian
'Millennia of human activity': heatwave reveals lost UK archaeological sites  The Guardian

Ancient farms, burial mounds and neolithic monuments among fascinating finds in Britain and IrelandRediscovered archaeological sites ? in pictures.




Disruption at UK airports as wintry weather strands hundreds - The Guardian
Disruption at UK airports as wintry weather strands hundreds  The Guardian

Motorists have had to abandon their vehicles in icy conditions in the Lake District and hundreds of passengers have been stranded at airports after their flights ...




One giant leap: Vertical launch spaceport to bring UK into new space age - GOV.UK
One giant leap: Vertical launch spaceport to bring UK into new space age  GOV.UK

The UK is set to build on its world leading expertise in aerospace with the development of vertical and horizontal spaceports.




UK weather warning ALERT: Huge Atlantic storm to unleash MORE SNOW and gales THIS WEEKEND - Express.co.uk
UK weather warning ALERT: Huge Atlantic storm to unleash MORE SNOW and gales THIS WEEKEND  Express.co.uk

A HUGE storm brewing in the Atlantic threatens to unleash gales, torrential downpours and MORE SNOW this weekend.




UK heatwave brings hottest June day for 40 years - The Guardian
UK heatwave brings hottest June day for 40 years  The Guardian

Temperature hits 34.5C at Heathrow as heat brings health warnings of toxic air in large parts of southern England and Wales.




Now Brexit really is threatening to tear the UK apart - The Guardian
Now Brexit really is threatening to tear the UK apart  The Guardian

Theresa May has maintained her dangerously obtuse attitude towards the union, says Guardian columnist Martin Kettle.




Department of Health and Social Care - GOV.UK
Department of Health and Social Care  GOV.UK

We support ministers in leading the nation's health and social care to help people live more independent, healthier lives for longer
DHSC is a ministerial ...




Beast from the East meets storm Emma, causing UK's worst weather in years - The Guardian
Beast from the East meets storm Emma, causing UK's worst weather in years  The Guardian

Snow chaos causes deaths, disrupts travel and closes schools and hospitals across the UK as Met Office issues red alert.




UK snow: Power and travel disruption across country - BBC News
UK snow: Power and travel disruption across country  BBC News

Heavy snow has led to power cuts and disrupted air, rail and road travel in many parts of the UK
The deepest snow recorded was 30cm (12in) in Sennybridge, ...




Only England and Wales voted to leave the EU
So the UK should let them go - The Guardian
Only England and Wales voted to leave the EU
So the UK should let them go
  The Guardian

There's no need for Scotland and Northern Ireland to head for the door, too
With a bit of constitutional tweaking, we wouldn't have to bother with article 50 at all.




Trump steel tariffs illegal, says UK's Liam Fox - BBC News
Trump steel tariffs illegal, says UK's Liam Fox  BBC News

New tariffs imposed by the US on steel and aluminium from the EU are "illegal", the UK's International Trade Secretary Liam Fox has said
The policy came into ...




Hostility to men and elderly people could become hate crimes - BBC News
Hostility to men and elderly people could become hate crimes  BBC News

Misandry - the opposite of misogyny - and ageism could both soon be included in the definition.




The school craze that left a pupil with horrendous burn injuries - WalesOnline
The school craze that left a pupil with horrendous burn injuries  WalesOnline

This picture was shared by the mother of a schoolboy who took part in the 'salt and ice challenge'




Trial of fitness instructor accused of murdering adopted daughter begins - Wales Online
Trial of fitness instructor accused of murdering adopted daughter begins  Wales Online

Matthew Scully-Hicks, 31, is accused of inflicting serious injuries on Elsie Scully-Hicks before her death in May 2016.




Budget 2018: Philip Hammond's speech - GOV.UK
Budget 2018: Philip Hammond's speech  GOV.UK

Mr Deputy Speaker,
Today, I present to the House a Budget for Britain's future;
A budget that shows the perseverance of the British people finally paying off?




Drilling starts for 'hot rocks' power in Cornwall - BBC News
Drilling starts for 'hot rocks' power in Cornwall  BBC News

Steam from heated water passed deep underground may produce enough electricity for 3000 homes.




Transgender woman wins pension court battle - BBC News
Transgender woman wins pension court battle  BBC News

A transgender woman who was unable to access her pension was discriminated against by UK law, the European Court of Justice has found
The woman ...




How will the inquiry into historical child sexual abuse work? - BBC News
How will the inquiry into historical child sexual abuse work?  BBC News

The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) in England and Wales held its first full public hearing with an examination of allegations made by ...




I was affected by the breast cancer screening scandal ? but NHS cuts had already convinced me to go to private - The Independent
I was affected by the breast cancer screening scandal ? but NHS cuts had already convinced me to go to private  The Independent

Plagued by sleep deprivation because my arthritic joints ached all night, I rang for an appointment with my local GP
The first date available was 14 days away.




Deadly gales halt trains and flights across north-west Europe - The Guardian
Deadly gales halt trains and flights across north-west Europe  The Guardian

Storm lashes Belgium, Germany, Netherlands and parts of UK, uprooting power lines and trees, and killing at least nine people
Jon Henley European affairs ...




Qatar crisis highlights rising UK energy reliance on imports - The Guardian
Qatar crisis highlights rising UK energy reliance on imports  The Guardian

Fall in North Sea output means Britain imports nearly one-third of its gas from a small Gulf state whose transport links have just been severed by neighbours.




Facebook abandons its Project Aquila flying internet plan - BBC News
Facebook abandons its Project Aquila flying internet plan  BBC News

Facebook is giving up on its plan to create drones that beam down internet connectivity, the company has confirmed
Project Aquila, first announced in 2014, ...




UK ups the ante on Galileo sat-nav project - BBC News
UK ups the ante on Galileo sat-nav project  BBC News

The Brexit row between the UK and the EU-27 over Galileo is escalating
Britain's space agency has written to 13 firms to remind them that they need security ...




Antisemitic hate crimes hit record high as violent assaults increase by more than a third in a year - The Independent
Antisemitic hate crimes hit record high as violent assaults increase by more than a third in a year  The Independent

Antisemitic hate crimes in the UK have hit a record high, new figures show, prompting calls for more ?visible and frequent? prosecutions for such incidents.




Calls grow for Isis ?Beatles? to face UK trial - The Guardian
Calls grow for Isis ?Beatles? to face UK trial  The Guardian

Calls are mounting for the two British fighters captured in Syria to be sent back to the UK to face trial, with a former counter-terrorism regulator describing it as the ...




Meat supplier Russell Hume collapses with loss of up to 300 jobs - The Guardian
Meat supplier Russell Hume collapses with loss of up to 300 jobs  The Guardian

More than 260 workers have lost their jobs at the meat supplier Russell Hume, which has collapsed into administration just weeks after production was ...




Conservationists: Polecats 'spreading across Britain' - BBC News
Conservationists: Polecats 'spreading across Britain'  BBC News

Polecats, which were almost wiped out in Britain 100 years ago, are now spreading across Britain, a survey shows.




1319 Cool and Unusual Things to Do in the United Kingdom - Atlas Obscura
1319 Cool and Unusual Things to Do in the United Kingdom  Atlas Obscura

Discover 1319 hidden attractions, cool sights, and unusual things to do in the United Kingdom from Highgate Cemetery to Gordon Museum of Pathology.




In Pictures: Swansea Olympic 'Games' glass art display - BBC News
In Pictures: Swansea Olympic 'Games' glass art display  BBC News

The National Waterfront Museum in Swansea hosts an exhibition of glass art celebrating the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.




Woman once dubbed Britain's fattest teenager taken from home by crane - WalesOnline
Woman once dubbed Britain's fattest teenager taken from home by crane  WalesOnline

Georgia is said to weigh close to 60 stones and medics and emergency services were needed to move her.




Theresa May rejects EU's draft option for Northern Ireland - BBC News
Theresa May rejects EU's draft option for Northern Ireland  BBC News

An EU proposal for the Northern Ireland border threatens the "constitutional integrity" of the United Kingdom, Theresa May has said
The EU's draft legal ...




Davis stands firm on Irish border issue - BBC News
Davis stands firm on Irish border issue  BBC News

After "frank discussions" with EU negotiators, the Brexit secretary rejects idea of a new UK border.




Donald Trump cancels February visit to UK - BBC News
Donald Trump cancels February visit to UK  BBC News

Donald Trump has cancelled a planned visit to the UK in February, where he had been expected to open a new $1bn (£738m) US embassy in London
The US ...




Russia spy poisoning: 23 UK diplomats expelled from Moscow - BBC News
Russia spy poisoning: 23 UK diplomats expelled from Moscow  BBC News

Russia is to expel 23 British diplomats in a row over the nerve agent attack on an-ex spy and his daughter in the UK
The Russian foreign ministry said the UK ...




Russian spy: Retaliation could be painful for UK business - BBC News
Russian spy: Retaliation could be painful for UK business  BBC News

A crackdown on Russia's UK business ties in the wake of the spy poison revelations will hit a complex and lucrative web of interests
Prime Minister Theresa May ...




Russian spy poisoning: Theresa May issues ultimatum to Moscow - The Guardian
Russian spy poisoning: Theresa May issues ultimatum to Moscow  The Guardian

Prime minister says origin of nerve agent and past record of assassinations make Russian involvement highly likely.




State of Decay 2: 'We didn?t want microtransactions or loot boxes with Zombucks' - MCV
State of Decay 2: 'We didn?t want microtransactions or loot boxes with Zombucks'  MCV

Can State of Decay 2 survive against the battle royale horde? Chris Wallace talks to Undead Labs' design director Richard Foge about Xbox Game Pass, ...




Apple Watch Series 4 review: Next generation smartwatch is 'astonishingly good' - The Independent
Apple Watch Series 4 review: Next generation smartwatch is 'astonishingly good'  The Independent

Now, look, I don't to stop you from reading this review to the end but I'm going to level with you now because I can't hold back: I love this Apple Watch
It is the ...




Violent crime in England and Wales falls again, A&E data shows - BBC South East Wales
Violent crime in England and Wales falls again, A&E data shows  BBC South East Wales

Violent crime is continuing a long-term fall in England and Wales, according to annual figures from NHS hospitals
There was a 12%

fall in injuries from violent ...




Six fast UK marathon courses to nail your PB - The Guardian
Six fast UK marathon courses to nail your PB  The Guardian

To get that PB, you want flat courses with good crowds, but without too much congestion
Here are six of the fastest, as chosen by the team at findarace.com.




One million hours of police time a year 'wasted enforcing cannabis prohibition' - The Independent
One million hours of police time a year 'wasted enforcing cannabis prohibition'  The Independent

One million hours of police time are being wasted each year on policing the ban on smoking cannabis, the Liberal Democrats say
Research by the party drawn ...




'Paupers' funerals' cost councils £1.7m - BBC News
'Paupers' funerals' cost councils £1.7m  BBC News

The cost to local councils of so-called "paupers' funerals" has risen almost 30%

to £1.7m in the past four years
The number of these funerals has also risen by ...




Sixty, female and all living under one roof (just don't call it a commune) - Telegraph.co.uk
Sixty, female and all living under one roof (just don't call it a commune)  Telegraph.co.uk

In 1998, Shirley Meredeen was in her late 60s and had recently retired from her job as a student counsellor
But she had no plans for a quiet life
This, after all ...




Syria conflict: White Helmets evacuated by Israel - BBC News
Syria conflict: White Helmets evacuated by Israel  BBC News

Israel says it has carried out an evacuation of members of Syria's White Helmets civil defence group from a war zone in south-western Syria
Some 422 ...




Roccat Vulcan 120 Aimo review - TechRadar
Roccat Vulcan 120 Aimo review  TechRadar

The Roccat Vulcan 120 Aimo is one of the best gaming keyboard we've ever used
It's a joy to game and type on, and it has a stunning design that proves that ...




The best Samsung Galaxy S9 deals for Christmas 2018 - TechRadar
The best Samsung Galaxy S9 deals for Christmas 2018  TechRadar

The Samsung Galaxy S9 has been one of our favourite devices of this year and for fans of the S9, now is a great time to get the device
There just seems to be ...




Theresa May expected to tour UK in effort to forge Brexit consensus - The Guardian
Theresa May expected to tour UK in effort to forge Brexit consensus  The Guardian

PM will seek to appease concerns over inclusion of devolved administrations in EU talks and ease tensions with Scottish government.




How I learnt to loathe England - Prospect
How I learnt to loathe England  Prospect

A Dutchman reflects on what he's learnt by living in Britain for the last six years?it isn't pretty.




UK telcos warned not to use ZTE network equipment - TechRadar
UK telcos warned not to use ZTE network equipment  TechRadar

The UK's National Cybersecurity Centre (NCSC) has written to UK telcos warning them that using network equipment manufactured by Chinese firm ZTE would ...




Former Labour leader Neil Kinnock says rich should pay more tax - WalesOnline
Former Labour leader Neil Kinnock says rich should pay more tax  WalesOnline

Lord Kinnock says 50p is correct rate for highest income tax level.




Jeremy Corbyn's election surge fuelled by biggest youth turnout in 25 years, new figures reveal - The Independent
Jeremy Corbyn's election surge fuelled by biggest youth turnout in 25 years, new figures reveal  The Independent

Jeremy Corbyn's unexpectedly strong performance in the general election was caused by the highest turnout among young people since 1992, new data has ...




A singular case for London independence - Financial Times
A singular case for London independence  Financial Times

I can feel it in my bones, I can almost touch it ? the Independent Republic of London
It's an idea whose time has surely come
Scotland still has a burning ...




Theresa May calls Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital 'unhelpful for peace prospects' - The Independent
Theresa May calls Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital 'unhelpful for peace prospects'  The Independent

Theresa May has said she regards the decision by the United States to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel as unhelpful to prospects for peace in the ...




Worst places to live in the UK: Barking and Dagenham come first in top 10 list dominated by nine London boroughs - The Independent
Worst places to live in the UK: Barking and Dagenham come first in top 10 list dominated by nine London boroughs  The Independent

Nine boroughs in London have made a top 10 list of the worst places to live in the UK.




Sir Dave Brailsford at British Cycling - A career retrospective - British Cycling
Sir Dave Brailsford at British Cycling - A career retrospective  British Cycling

Upon the announcement that Sir Dave Brailsford has stepped down as British Cycling performance director, we look back at his career at British Cycling and the ...




BBC News - Global Rainbow lights up the North East - BBC News
BBC News - Global Rainbow lights up the North East  BBC News

American artist Yvette Mattern's Global Rainbow was switched on at St Mary's Headland in North Tyneside
The light installation celebrates the London 2012 ...




Princess Eugenie wedding dress: photos from every angle and all the details - ¡HOLA! USA
Princess Eugenie wedding dress: photos from every angle and all the details  ¡HOLA! USA

Finishing off Eugenie's gorgeous wedding day look was the sparkling Grenville Tiara, which was owned by Queen Elizabeth's mom ? the Queen Mother.




UK Treasury had no choice but to give Scottish independence debt pledge - The Guardian
UK Treasury had no choice but to give Scottish independence debt pledge  The Guardian

UK credit rating will almost inevitably be hit if Scotland becomes independent.




Four die as storm hits southern UK - BBC News
Four die as storm hits southern UK  BBC News

Four people have died after a storm hit parts of southern Britain, leading to 625000 homes losing power, and major travel disruption.




Logitech G513 review - TechRadar
Logitech G513 review  TechRadar

The Logitech G513 is a feature-rich mid-range keyboard that will be a great addition to your setup
Read on to find out why.




Do England's cities want devolved powers? - BBC News
Do England's cities want devolved powers?  BBC News

England's major cities could be in line for sweeping new powers if they sign up for the government's devolution revolution - but is it wanted? George Osborne ...




Vote 2011: UK rejects alternative vote - BBC News
Vote 2011: UK rejects alternative vote  BBC News

The UK has voted overwhelmingly to reject changing the way MPs are elected - dealing a bitter blow to Nick Clegg on top of heavy Lib Dem poll losses
Officials ...




UK turns to Canada for advice on striking post-Brexit trade deals with EU - The Guardian
UK turns to Canada for advice on striking post-Brexit trade deals with EU  The Guardian

Canadian minister in talks about how it secured Ceta trade deal with Brussels, which took seven years to finalise.




Apple breaches US$1 trillion stock market valuation - Computerworld Australia
Apple breaches US$1 trillion stock market valuation  Computerworld Australia

Apple became the first US$1 trillion publicly listed U.S
company on Thursday, crowning a decade-long rise fuelled by its ubiquitous iPhone that transformed it ...




Wood Paneling Goes Luxe - Mansion Global
Wood Paneling Goes Luxe  Mansion Global

The market slowdown is spreading north and east of London.




People to be allowed to pick their own gender without doctor's diagnosis, under Government plans - The Independent
People to be allowed to pick their own gender without doctor's diagnosis, under Government plans  The Independent

The Government is planning to reform gender identity rules to make it easier for people to choose their own gender in law
Under plans being considered by ...




UK issues health warnings as smog cloud spreads across Europe - The Guardian
UK issues health warnings as smog cloud spreads across Europe  The Guardian

Up to 90%

of the pollution has blown in from European cities causing a spike in levels across Britain and triggering warnings to asthma sufferers and older ...




UK ban on microbeads to be ?strongest in the world?, say delighted campaigners - The Independent
UK ban on microbeads to be ?strongest in the world?, say delighted campaigners  The Independent

The UK is to introduce the ?strongest ban on microbeads in the world?, campaigners have said after the Government announced it was going ahead with its ...




Game beware: it's the return of the poacher - Independent
Game beware: it's the return of the poacher  Independent

Once, the poacher was a man with big pockets in his raincoat sneaking on to an aristocrat's land to steal game for his family pot
Now he is likely to be part of a ...




There are liars and then there's Boris Johnson and Michael Gove | Nick Cohen - The Guardian
There are liars and then there's Boris Johnson and Michael Gove | Nick Cohen  The Guardian

The Brexit figureheads had no plan besides exploiting populist fears and dismissing experts who rubbished their thinking.




Kodi users face crackdown over illegal add-ons - The Independent
Kodi users face crackdown over illegal add-ons  The Independent

Investigators could start exposing users of illegal add-ons for Kodi in ?the very near future?, the head of a major anti-piracy group has said
Kieron Sharp, the ...




Revealed: one in seven UK takeaways have failed food hygiene tests - The Guardian
Revealed: one in seven UK takeaways have failed food hygiene tests  The Guardian

More than 7000 takeaways and 8000 restaurants have not passed inspections, with huge hygiene disparities nationwide.




Catalonia parliament approves independence referendum - BBC News
Catalonia parliament approves independence referendum  BBC News

Parliament in Spain's restive Catalonia region has approved an independence referendum on 1 October which Madrid has vowed to outlaw
Separatist parties ...




E-cigarettes to be stubbed out for under-18s - BBC News
E-cigarettes to be stubbed out for under-18s  BBC News

Under-18s in England are to be banned from buying electronic cigarettes, the government has announced
Experts say it is not yet known what harm the ...




'Fukushima nuclear plant' radiation found at UK sites - BBC News
'Fukushima nuclear plant' radiation found at UK sites  BBC News

Low levels of radioactive iodine believed to be from the Fukushima nuclear plant in Japan have been detected in Glasgow and Oxfordshire
Health protection ...




May to form 'government of certainty' with DUP backing - BBC News
May to form 'government of certainty' with DUP backing  BBC News

Theresa May has said she will put together a government with the support of the Democratic Unionists to guide the UK through crucial Brexit talks
Speaking ...




Migrant crisis: EU quota plan to take 20,000 refugees - BBC News
Migrant crisis: EU quota plan to take 20,000 refugees  BBC News

The European Commission has unveiled a new blueprint for dealing with the EU's migration crisis, including a controversial plan for national quotas
The EU ...




Thousands at 'March for Europe' Brexit protest - BBC News
Thousands at 'March for Europe' Brexit protest  BBC News

Thousands of people have marched through London to protest against the referendum decision to leave the EU
Demonstrators at the "March for Europe" rally, ...




'UK inequality reduced since 2008' - BBC News
'UK inequality reduced since 2008'  BBC News

The gap between the richest and poorest households in the UK has narrowed since the recession of 2007-08, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).




Massive ransomware infection hits computers in 99 countries - BBC News
Massive ransomware infection hits computers in 99 countries  BBC News

A massive cyber-attack using tools believed to have been stolen from the US National Security Agency (NSA) has struck organisations around the world.




Exclusive: World's biggest mobile network likely to launch MVNO in the UK imminently - TechRadar
Exclusive: World's biggest mobile network likely to launch MVNO in the UK imminently  TechRadar

China Mobile, the world's largest mobile phone operator by total number of subscribers, is likely to also become a mobile virtual network operator in the UK next ...




Exclusive: NSA pays £100m in secret funding for GCHQ - The Guardian
Exclusive: NSA pays £100m in secret funding for GCHQ  The Guardian

Exclusive: Documents leaked by Edward Snowden reveal weaker regulation of British spies 'a selling point' for US.




Back-to-nature flood schemes need 'government leadership' - BBC News
Back-to-nature flood schemes need 'government leadership'  BBC News

Water experts are calling on ministers to show greater leadership on flooding
They say the government is failing to promote back-to-nature schemes which ...




Met Office: Evidence 'suggests climate change link to storms' - BBC News
Met Office: Evidence 'suggests climate change link to storms'  BBC News

Climate change is likely to be a factor in the extreme weather that has hit much of the UK in recent months, the Met Office's chief scientist has said
Dame Julia ...




Glasgow ranked UK's most violent area - BBC News
Glasgow ranked UK's most violent area  BBC News

Glasgow has been ranked as the UK's most violent area in a new report
The UK Peace Index, from the Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP), said the city had ...




On site: Peter Zumthor's Secular Retreat | Building - Architects' Journal
On site: Peter Zumthor's Secular Retreat | Building  Architects' Journal

Laura Mark visits Living Architecture's latest project - the much-anticipated Secular Retreat by Peter Zumthor.




When the flip of a coin wins an election - BBC News
When the flip of a coin wins an election  BBC News

In the first vote to decide the US's presidential candidates, several results were decided on the toss of a coin
How common is it for elections to be decided this ...




Theresa May: police forces are 'too white' | UK news - The Guardian
Theresa May: police forces are 'too white' | UK news  The Guardian

Home secretary attacks Bernard Hogan-Howe's view that rise in knife crime linked to fall in stop and search, and says police forces are too white.




Offshore wind power cheaper than new nuclear - BBC News
Offshore wind power cheaper than new nuclear  BBC News

Energy from offshore wind in the UK will be cheaper than electricity from new nuclear power for the first time
The cost of subsidies for new offshore wind farms ...




Homeopathic 'vaccine pills' should be withdrawn, says regulator - BBC News
Homeopathic 'vaccine pills' should be withdrawn, says regulator  BBC News

A homeopathic pharmacy endorsed by Prince Charles and the Queen has been told to stop advertising sugar pills labelled as childhood vaccines.




Brexit: David Cameron to quit after UK votes to leave EU - BBC News
Brexit: David Cameron to quit after UK votes to leave EU  BBC News

Prime Minister David Cameron is to step down by October after the UK voted to leave the European Union
Speaking outside 10 Downing Street, he said " *fresh* ...




Amazon workers face 'increased risk of mental illness' - BBC News
Amazon workers face 'increased risk of mental illness'  BBC News

A BBC investigation finds working conditions at an Amazon warehouse in the UK that an expert in stress says could cause "mental and physical illness".




'Please, stay with us': the best of Spectator readers' letters to Scottish voters - Spectator.co.uk
'Please, stay with us': the best of Spectator readers' letters to Scottish voters  Spectator.co.uk

At 9.30 p.m
last Saturday news broke that Scotland's 'yes' campaign had established its first opinion poll lead
Since then, the country has been?




This snooper?s charter makes George Orwell look lacking in vision - The Guardian
This snooper?s charter makes George Orwell look lacking in vision  The Guardian

The new surveillance bill renders the citizen transparent to the state, putting every one of us under suspicion
It would serve a tyranny well.




Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet in full - The Guardian
Jeremy Corbyn's shadow cabinet in full  The Guardian

Labour leader has finalised political appointments, with John McDonnell, Hilary Benn and Andy Burnham among those in top positions.




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