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Brink of WAR: Trump’s terrifying warning to world - ‘I will TOTALLY DESTROY North Korea’

Daily Express 178 sources

NORTH Korea's "depraved regime" will be "totally destroyed" if the USA is pushed too far, Donald Trump warned in his first UN General Assembly speech this afternoon.

iPhone 8 and 8 Plus review: the default option

The Verge 57 sources

I was at a party the other night with several people who knew I’d just been to Apple’s annual iPhone launch event. After asking me tons of questions about the new Apple Park campus, they of course asked about the new iPhone — by which all…

Boris Johnson 'will resign before weekend' if May disagrees with Brexit vision

Daily Express 22 sources

BORIS Johnson will resign from Theresa May's Cabinet before the weekend if the Prime Minister does not agree with his Brexit vision, it is understood.

Grenfell death toll 'may be below 80'

BBC 17 sources

The number of people who died in the Grenfell Tower fire may be lower than previously thought, police say.

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Jeremy Corbyn Boost As Labour NEC Approves Plan To Hand More Power To Members

Jeremy Corbyn’s mission to hand more power to Labour members has received a major boost after the party’s ruling body agreed his sweeping reform plans.


Apple's iOS 11 kills old 32-bit iPhone and iPad apps

BBC / Technology 16 sources

Apple's latest mobile operating system will not launch several ageing educational apps and games.

Vince Cable: I can lead Lib Dems back to power

BBC 8 sources

New Lib Dem leader attacks the "masochism" of Brexit and vows to bring "hope" in conference speech.


Ryanair offer £10,000 bonus to pilots who choose to give up leave amid strikes threat

Irish budget airline has asked pilots to work on some days off to avoid cancelling further flights.


Jim Ratcliffe says new 4x4 vehicle could create 10000 jobs

The Times / News 5 sources

Jim Ratcliffe, the billionaire chief executive of Ineos, has claimed that he could create 10,000 jobs with his plan for a new off-road vehicle as he lobbied for cash to build it in the UK. Mr Ratcliffe said that Ineos, the petrochemicals…

iPhone 8 reviewed: Should you buy it?

CNN / Money 57 sources

Read full story for latest details.


Toys 'R' Us files for bankruptcy protection in US

BBC / Business 246 sources

The once dominant toy retailer has struggled against larger rivals such as Amazon and Walmart.

Hurricane Maria 'devastates' Dominica: PM

BBC.com 834 sources

The hurricane battered the island of Dominica at category five, and is now approaching Guadeloupe.


With new operating system, Apple revamps its money-making App Store

REUTERS - Apple Inc's newest operating system for iPhones and iPads introduces changes to its marketplace for third-party software to satisfy app developers and add new so-called augmented reality apps.

Boris Johnson would normally be sacked by now, says Ken Clarke

The Guardian 20 sources

Senior Tory accuses foreign secretary of exploiting parliamentary minority to make ‘dishonest’ claims in apparent leadership bid


Cable wants to stop 'clean-break Brexit'

Sky News / Politics 18 sources

The new leader of the Liberal Democrats will make a direct appeal to Labour and Conservative Remainers to help prevent a "clean-break Brexit" when he addresses the party's conference on Tuesday.

Trump to push nationalist agenda at UN

President’s first address to general assembly to emphasise interests over idealism


Brexit is an example of deglobalisation, says Carney

BoE governor warns Britain’s exit from EU will hurt economy as trade ties weaken

Ryanair to cancel up to six Dublin flights a day until end of October

The Irish Times 135 sources

O’Leary apologises for ‘mess’ that will see 48 flights every day cancelled across Europe


Global Markets: Asian shares slip as investors await Fed meeting for rate clues

Reuters / Markets 23 sources

TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian shares slipped on Tuesday, hobbled by uncertainty as traders awaited a Federal Reserve meeting for clues on U.S. monetary policy, though sentiment was supported by record highs on Wall Street.

First wave of Brexit moves 'will cost London 10,000 finance jobs'

Around 10,000 finance jobs will be shifted out of Britain or created overseas in the next few years if the UK is denied access to Europe's single market, according to a Reuters survey of firms employing the bulk of workers in international…


Report: Mueller warned Manafort to expect an indictment

Prosecutors on special counsel Robert Mueller's team reportedly told former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort that they planned to indict him while they raided his Virginia home in July....


US warplanes conduct bombing drills on Korean peninsula

Fox News / World 74 sources

Show of force designed to get North Korea's attention; Greg Palkot reports from Seoul, South Korea


Justin Trudeau warns Boeing over trade dispute

CNN / Money 62 sources

Canada's Prime Minister spoke about the Boeing-Bombardier trade spat with British Prime Minister Theresa May, who also supports Bombardier.

Equifax Suffered a Hack Almost Five Months Earlier Than the Date It Disclosed

Bloomberg / News 46 sources

Equifax Inc. learned about a major breach of its computer systems in March -- almost five months before the date it has publicly disclosed, according to three people familiar with the situation. In a statement, the company said the March…


The Best and Worst Moments of the 2017 Emmys

The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards were dominated by a number of captivating women and one powerful man.

Monday, Sep 18

Theresa May attempts to reassert authority after Johnson's Brexit claim

The Guardian 79 sources

Prime minister distances herself from foreign secretary’s renewed £350m a week Brexit claim, saying only ‘Boris is Boris’

Revealed: Ryanair releases full list of upcoming cancellations

Independent.ie 135 sources

Ryanair has published a full list of its upcoming flight cancellations, as the airline cancels up to 50 flights a day over the next six weeks.

Global Markets: Asia stocks hit decade high, dollar holds nerve for Fed meeting

Reuters / Markets 57 sources

SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares hit decade highs on Monday and the dollar gained on the yen early in a week in which the U.S. Federal Reserve is likely to wrestle with its bloated balance sheet as part of a long reversal of super-cheap…

Sunday, Sep 17

Boris Johnson Slammed For 'Backseat Driving Brexit' By Amber Rudd

Huffington Post UK 63 sources

"You could call it backseat driving" - Amber Rudd reacts to Boris Johnson comments on #Brexit #marr https://t.co/JjlWvzSdWt pic.twitter.com/OGcsG575rh

Parsons Green tube bomb: police arrest second man

The Guardian 246 sources

Suspect, 21, was arrested in Hounslow, west London, at 11.50pm on Saturday, the Met’s counter-terrorism command said

British Airways flight evacuated on runway at Paris airport over 'direct security threat'

Mirror Online 83 sources

Dozens of security vehicles, armed police and firefighters surrounded the Airbus A320 as passengers were ordered to move 'single file' onto the runway

Paris climate deal: US denies it will stay in accord

BBC / News 106 sources

Reports say the US will no longer withdraw from the Paris deal or will change its approach.

Saturday, Sep 16

Boris Johnson ought to be fired, furious Tories tell May

The Guardian 68 sources

Anger grows over foreign secretary’s newspaper article, viewed in Westminster as the start of a leadership bid

London tube bombing: armed police search house in Sunbury - live updates

The Guardian 226 sources

Detectives investigating Friday’s terrorist attack at Parsons Green station launch operation in Surrey

Confusion for passengers as Ryanair cancels thousands of flights

The Irish Times 50 sources

Airline blames increased holiday leave requirements, and denies it has shortage of pilots

Departing Equifax Security Head Was College Music Major

NBC News / News 48 sources

Departing Equifax chief security officer Susan Maudlin was a college music major, according to a now private profile, fueling scrutiny of the credit bureaus.

Friday, Sep 15

North Korea fires second ballistic missile over Japan

BBC.com 555 sources

Japan "strongly protested" while the US says China and Russia must take "direct action" against Pyongyang.

Alphabet is reportedly mulling a $1B investment in Lyft

TechCrunch 44 sources

It’s about as good a timing as any for Lyft to capitalize on the tidal wave of negative publicity that Uber is facing right now. Alphabet appears to be discussing a $1 billion investment in Lyft in an effort led by CEO Larry Page. Lyft…

London tube bombing: PM says terror threat level raised to critical

The Guardian 942 sources

Theresa May makes TV statement as police continue investigation into blast at Parsons Green station that left dozens injured

Unions demand pay rise for one million NHS staff

Sky News / UK 11 sources

NHS unions have demanded the Government hand a 3.9% pay boost and an £800 cash payment to more than one million health workers.

Thursday, Sep 14

Google 'segregates' women into lower-paying jobs, stifling careers, lawsuit says

The Guardian 111 sources

Exclusive: Women say Google denied them promotions, telling the Guardian they were forced into less prestigious jobs despite qualifications

The fraught age of facial recognition tech

A whiff of dystopian creepiness has long wafted in the air whenever facial recognition has come up.

Grenfell Tower inquiry opens with survivors' confidence low – live

The Guardian 64 sources

Local residents express disappointment at perceived lack of community involvement as Sir Martin Moore-Bick launches inquiry