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Theresa May takes veiled swipe at Donald Trump over his climate change stance during UN speech in New York

Prime Minister Theresa May has delivered a veiled swipe at Donald Trump over his demand to renegotiate the Paris Agreement on tackling climate change.

Mark Sampson sacked as England Women's head coach over fresh allegations of 'unacceptable behaviour'

The Football Association on Wednesday confirmed Mark Sampson has been sacked as England Women's head coach after the organisation concluded he "breached professional boundaries" while in his previous job at Bristol Academy.

Boris Johnson to join Theresa May on seven-hour flight from New York before special Brexit Cabinet meeting

Boris Johnson has changed his schedule and will join Theresa May on a seven-hour flight back from New York before a special Cabinet session to discuss Brexit.

Donald Trump says he has got to know Theresa May and her team 'very well' as they meet in New York

Donald Trump said he has got to know Theresa May and her team "really well" as he met the Prime Minister again in New York.

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Hurricane Maria: Puerto Rico left without power as devastating storm barrels towards UK territories

Hurricane Maria has knocked out power to the entire island of Puerto Rico with the storm hurtling towards British territories in the Caribbean.


Japan earthquake: Powerful 6.1 magnitude quake strikes 200 miles from Fukushima nuclear plant

A powerful 6.1 magnitude earthquake has struck off the coast of Japan about 200 miles east of the Fukushima nuclear plant.


Foo Fighters blame ticket touts for turning hundreds of fans away from sold out O2 gig

Foo Fighters have angrily hit back after hundreds of fans were turned away from the band's sold out concert at the O2, blaming ticket touts for the tough restrictions.

Mark Sampson set to leave role as England women's manager

Mark Sampson is set to leave his role as England women's manager, according to the BBC.


Top EU official in scathing attack at 'out of the loop' Boris Johnson

A leading European official today launched a scathing attack on Boris Johnson as "completely out of the loop" on Brexit and a "diminished figure" in the Government.


Brexit Britain plummets into economic growth slow lane as even Italy overtakes UK in latest forecast

Brexit-hit Britain is moving into the economic slow lane, falling behind even Italy, according to an authoritative new report today.

Moorgate: Police place City area on lockdown after 'suspicious package' found

Police have swooped on a street in Moorgate following reports of a suspicious package.

Revealed: the most popular baby names in the UK

Expecting couples are sure to check this list to ensure their baby name is on trend. Scroll down for the full lists of top 100 names


Manhunt for Amazon pirate gang who shot dead adventurer on solo kayak trip

A jungle manhunt was under way today to capture the remaining members of a pirate gang who shot and killed a London headteacher trying to kayak the Amazon river.

Mexico earthquake: Terrifying moment university collapses killing four people in wake of devastating tremors

This is the horrifying moment a university building collapsed killing four people as a huge earthquake devastated central Mexico.

Tommy Hilfiger brings London Fashion Week to spectacular close as Gigi, Bella and Anwar Hadid take to the runway


The show was staged at Camden's iconic Roundhouse venue and ended with high-wire circus acts tumbling from the ceiling and a live performance from The Chainsmokers


Hurricane Maria: Residents warned to 'evacuate or die' as storm hurtles towards Puerto Rico

Puerto Ricans have been given the stark warning to "evacuate or die" as Hurricane Maria hurtles across the Caribbean.


Hundreds of Foo Fighters fans turned away from gig after ticketing 'shambles' at O2

Hundreds of Foo Fighters fans were turned away from the band's sold-out show at the O2 after a "shambolic" ticket mix-up.

Mexico earthquake: More than 200 people killed in devastating 7.1 magnitude quake

At least 248 people have been killed as a powerful 7.1 magnitude earthquake devastated central Mexico.


Internet companies given one month to show they are taking steps to halt extremism

Internet companies are being given one month to show they are taking serious action to limit the availability of terrorist propaganda online.

Tuesday, Sep 19

Emma Kelty: Tributes to 'dearly loved and determined' explorer 'murdered' on kayak trip to the Amazon

The family of a London headteacher who was allegedly murdered while kayaking alone in the Amazon have paid tribute to her and said "her strength will be sorely missed".

Sir Vince Cable says Theresa May's Brexit team 'would struggle to get their heads around child's Lego set'

Sir Vince Cable has said the Government's Brexit team would "struggle to get their heads around a toddler's Lego set."

Adventurer Emma Kelty disappears after sending distress signal on solo kayaking trip along drug route through Amazon

Experienced adventurer from London missing after sending distress signal and series of worrying online posts

Hurricane Maria spreads 'mind-boggling' devastation as category five storm makes landfall in the Caribbean

Hurricane Maria barreled into the Caribbean spreading "mind-boggling" devastation to islands still recovering from the effects of Irma.

Monday, Sep 18

Former Vote Leave chief Dominic Cummings says triggering Article 50 was 'historic, unforgivable blunder'

The former director of the Vote Leave campaign has condemned the Government's handling of Brexit and said that triggering Article 50 was a "historic, unforgivable blunder".

Tube strike: drivers to stage 24-hour walkout after demanding four-day working week

Tube drivers who are pushing bosses to implement a four-day working week have voted to stage a 24 hour strike.

Brexit 'chaos' as top official Oliver Robbins quits after one year in the job

Permanent Secretary at DExEU moves to co-ordinating role at Downing Street

Emmys 2017 winners: who picked up the awards... as celebrities take aim at Donald Trump

Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer made a shocking cameo appearance at the Emmys awards show last night as Hollywood stars pilloried President Donald Trump.

Sunday, Sep 17

CCTV footage shows man 'leaving Surrey home' with Lidl bag hours before Parsons Green Tube attack

CCTV showing a man carrying a Lidl bag just before the explosion on the Tube at Parsons Green has been given to police.

Teen arrested on suspicion of planting Tube bomb 'an Iraqi refugee who moved to the UK aged 15'

The teenager arrested on suspicion of planting a bomb on the Tube is reportedly an Iraqi orphan who moved over to the UK as a refugee three years ago, a community leader said today.

Amber Rudd announces terror threat level lowered from critical to severe

Home Secretary Amber Rudd has said the UK's threat level has been lowered from critical to severe.

Second man arrested over Parsons Green Tube bomb as police search Stanwell home

A second man has been arrested in south-west London over the Parsons Green Tube bomb which injured 29 people.

Saturday, Sep 16

Parsons Green bomb: Property raided by anti-terror police home to 'wonderful' foster parents granted MBEs for their work

The home being searched as part of the on-going police investigation into the Parsons Green terror attack is home to "wonderful" foster parents who received MBEs for their work with children.

Parsons Green bombing: Armed police raid Surrey 'foster home' in terror attack investigation

The raid comes hours after an 18-year-old was arrested in Dover in connection with the bombing.

Parsons Green tube bomb: 18-year-old man arrested in Dover under terrorism act

An 18-year-old man has been arrested in Dover over the Parsons Green tube explosion which injured 29 people.

Armed police to patrol London this weekend as hunt continues for Parsons Green Tube bomber

Armed police and military personnel will be deployed across the capital this weekend as police continue to hunt the bomber behind the Parsons Green Tube attack.