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AT&T announces it will buy Time Warner for nearly $86bn

BBC / News 403 sources

The US telecoms giant AT&T announces that it will buy entertainment group Time Warner for nearly $86bn, but the deal still need regulators' approval.

Top banks 'eyeing relocation' over Brexit fears

Sky News / US News 12 sources

Britain's biggest banks are preparing to move out of the UK amid growing fears over the ramifications of leaving the European Union, a top banking boss has warned.

First Calais children with no UK links arrive in UK

Sky News / UK 29 sources

The first group of unaccompanied children without links to Britain arrived in the UK last night from the Calais camp known as the "jungle".

Jessica Drake: porn star is 11th woman to allege Trump sexual misconduct

The Guardian / AU 221 sources

Jessica Drake, 42, a porn star and sex educator, accuses the presidential hopeful of ‘uncontrollable mysogyny’. Accompanied by lawyer Gloria Allred at a press conference in Los Angeles, Drake says that during a golf tournament in Lake…

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1 dead, 3 injured after three explosions rock city packed with tourists

Daily Star 54 sources

ONE person has been killed and three people injured as simultaneous explosions tore through a city packed with tourists.

Queen facing million-pound black hole

NZ Herald 2 sources

the Queen is facing a million-pound black hole in her estates' finances after Brexit which has caused consternation among royal aides, The Sunday Telegraph has learned.


Girl tells a soldier who saved her from the clutches of ISIS fighters: 'I thought you'd never come'

Daily Mail Online 2 sources

TV cameramen captured the moment Aysha, 10, was rescued by an armed military police unit that has been fighting alongside the Iraqi Army as they battle to regain territory from the murderous IS.

Queen at centre of royal storm as Prince of Wales and brother Andrew in royal conflict

THE Queen is at the centre of an extraordinary row within the Royal Family over whether the Duke of York’s daughters should become full-time members of “The Firm”.


Brexit: leading banks set to pull out of UK early next year

The Guardian 12 sources

Anthony Browne, head of the British Bankers’ Association, warns that major lenders are poised to hit relocate button

Cops share a pint with clowns on social trip

BOBBIES clown around for the camera – just as their force issues a warning anyone wearing “killer clown” outfits could be arrested.


Syria war: Aleppo ceasefire ends with clashes

BBC.com 46 sources

Heavy clashes are reported in the besieged Syrian city of Aleppo soon after a three-day ceasefire ended late on Saturday.


Calais ‘Jungle’ camp to be completely demolished on Monday

Metro.co.uk 29 sources

A makeshift shelter in the ‘Jungle’ burns during the partial dismantlement earlier this year as refugees look on… Read the full story

US election: Trump outlines plan for first 100 days

BBC / News 93 sources

Donald Trump outlines what he would do in his first 100 days if became president, including moves to start deporting up to two million people.


The battle to liberate Mosul from Isis rages on

Metro.co.uk 71 sources

Civilians are escaping from Khorsabad which is controlled by the isis and under Peshmerga fire (Picture: Rex)

Evil ISIS slaughter 250 kids in dough kneader horror and burn men alive in oven

Daily Star 2 sources

CRUEL ISIS terrorists put hundreds of children as old as four through a dough kneader and killed six men by burning them alive in an oven.


White Lives Matter protestors branded 'racist' as they march through seaside town

HUNDREDS descended on to a seaside town to take part in a right-wing White Lives Matter protest.


Twice as many voters trust May over Corbyn with economy and Brexit – poll

Opinium/Observer poll to mark prime minister’s first 100 days in office also finds 46% think more positively about her now than when she took over in June

Dramatic footage shows moment heroic railway worker saves young man after he bolts towards 35ft bridge drop

The young man was confronted by railway workers after being spotted apparently trespassing on live tracks near London Bridge station


Police find 'suspicious device' in Devon raid linked to London Tube bomb plot

Daily Mail Online 69 sources

Police cordoned off the street in Newton Abbot just before 2.45pm this afternoon. A 19-year-old man arrested in Holloway Road on Friday remains in custody.

Mosul battle: Hundreds treated over toxic fumes in Iraq

BBC / News 25 sources

Hundreds of people in Iraq are treated for the effects of toxic gases after a sulphur plant is set alight in fighting with IS militants.


‘He didn’t know the boy didn’t want to be raped’ court throws out migrant child sex charge

AN IRAQI asylum seeker who confessed to raping a 10-year-old boy in a swimming pool, claiming it was a "sexual emergency", has had his conviction overturned.


Bob Dylan's Nobel Prize reaction 'arrogant'

Bob Dylan's continued silence over his Nobel Prize for Literature is "impolite and arrogant", according to a member of the panel that awarded him the honour.

Carey Mulligan joins London protest against bombardment of Aleppo

The Guardian 21 sources

Actor takes part in demonstration outside Downing Street that called for government action to end bloody conflict in Syria


Mars lander crashed and exploded, images suggest

The Irish Times 166 sources

ESA’s Schiaparelli probe stopped transmitting during descent to the Red Planet

Stand-off as homes evacuated amid hazard alert

Sky News 26 sources

About 80 people have been evacuated from their houses after a man reportedly barricaded himself in a property with "hazardous items".

Saturday, Oct 22

'Ball in Europe's court' to rescue Ceta deal, says Canada trade minister

The Guardian 106 sources

Chrystia Freeland says Canada ready to sign and hopes to return with Justin Trudeau if EU can persuade Wallonia to lift block

Tottenham bus crash: Five people rushed to hospital after double-decker ploughs into railway bridge

More than 20 people were injured today after a bus crashed into a railway bridge in north London.

Friday, Oct 21

London City Airport EVACUATED as chemical incident leaves passengers ill

Daily Express / News 172 sources

LONDON City Airport has been evacuated after a chemical incident left dozens of passengers feeling sick.

Mazher Mahmood: 'Fake Sheikh' jailed for 15 months

The Guardian 63 sources

Undercover reporter sentenced after being found guilty of tampering with evidence in collapsed drug trial of Tulisa Contostavlos

Donald Trump will accept US election result - ‘if I win’

The Irish Times 346 sources

US Republican presidential candidate mocks reaction to his own much-derided comment

Tracy Brabin elected to replace MP Jo Cox

Sky News / Politics 28 sources

Labour's Tracy Brabin has won a by-election in Batley and Spen, replacing murdered MP Jo Cox.

Thursday, Oct 20

Donald Trump refuses to say whether he'll accept election result

ITV / News 1272 sources

The Republican refused to say whether he will accept the result of the presidential election, saying: "I will look at it at the time."

Radiohead are confirmed as first headliners for Glastonbury 2017

Band to make their first Pyramid stage appearance at Worthy Farm since 2003

Harry Redknapp runs over wife and drags her along trapped in car door

Metro.co.uk 37 sources

Her foot became trapped when he dropped her off at the shops in Bournemouth.

MPs back motion to strip Sir Philip Green of his knighthood

The Guardian 81 sources

Vote in parliament followed debate in which Green was labelled a ‘billionaire spiv’

Wednesday, Oct 19

One dead and two critical following stabbing at Pentonville Prison in London

Metro.co.uk 29 sources

Police were called to the prison in London yesterday afternoon (Picture: Photofusion/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

US election 2016: Stop whining, Obama tells Donald Trump

BBC.com 232 sources

US President Barack Obama tells Donald Trump to "stop whining" as he refutes the Republican candidate's claims next month's election will be rigged.

US election 2016: Clinton and Trump face final debate

BBC.com 570 sources

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are preparing for their final televised debate in an increasingly personal and bitter fight for the US presidency.

Calais Child Refugee Tooth Checks Proposed By David Davies Savaged By Just About Everyone

Huffington Post UK 37 sources

A Tory MP has been condemned by dentists after calling for tests on teeth to verify the age of child refugees.

Tuesday, Oct 18

Girl, 15, GUILTY of murdering dinner lady and daughter by stabbing them through throats along with teenage sweetheart

Mirror Online 30 sources

The couple, who were both 14, murdered Elizabeth Edwards and daughter Katie in their home in Spalding, Lincolnshire, before taking a bath and watching Twilight together

Ukip leadership frontrunner Steven Woolfe resigns saying party is 'ungovernable' just weeks after altercation

ITV / News 63 sources

Ukip leadership frontrunner Steven Woolfe has resigned saying the party is "riddled with infighting" and "ungovernable".

Bombs and oil fires slow the Mosul advance

Sky News / US News 805 sources

Iraqi and Kurdish forces have seized a number of villages around Mosul - but their advance has been slowed by suicide bombers, roadside IEDs and oil fires.

UK inflation soars to 1% in September

Sky News 86 sources

The annual rate of inflation has soared to 1% from 0.6% in August - with higher fuel and gas prices largely responsible.