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Trump travel ban injunction partly lifted by top US court

BBC / News 526 sources

The US Supreme Court partly implements the travel and refugee bans pending a full review in October.

75 high-rise buildings fail fire safety tests

Sky News / UK 22 sources

Seventy-five high-rise blocks across 26 local authorities have failed fire safety tests since the Grenfell Tower disaster.

Senate Health Care Bill Would Result in 22 Million Uninsured By 2026

TIME 198 sources

The Senate’s version of the Obamacare repeal bill would result in an additional 22 million people losing insurance by 2026, the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office revealed in its analysis on Monday.

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The Wall Street Journal: Corruption charges filed against Brazil’s president

MarketWatch 47 sources

Brazil’s top prosecutor filed criminal charges against President Michel Temer on Monday, marking a critical new phase for the corruption purge that has roiled Latin America’s largest country for the past three years.

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Heartbroken Charlotte Church loses unborn baby just weeks after announcing pregnancy

Mirror Online 14 sources

Last month the Welsh singer revealed that she was expecting her first child with musician Jonathan Powell

'Like bombs': Bankrupt company's air bags still out there

CTV News / Business 283 sources

Takata's lethally defective air bags proved to be the company's undoing Monday. But it could take years to get the dangerous devices off the road in the U.S. and around the world.

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Senate Republicans revise health bill, add in bid to win support

WASHINGTON U.S. Senate Republicans on Monday released changes to their healthcare bill to replace Obamacare, adding a measure that would penalize those who let their insurance coverage lapse for an extended period, following criticism that…

NASA nixes alien rumor

Fox News / Science 18 sources

Last week a YouTube video purportedly posted by hacker collective Anonymous said that NASA was set to announce the discovery of intelligent alien life.

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Grenfell Tower: Cladding firm ends global sales for tower blocks

BBC 93 sources

The cladding was used on Grenfell Tower, which burned down leaving at least 79 people feared dead.

HMS Queen Elizabeth on its maiden voyage

Daily Mail Online 53 sources

After nearly a decade of construction, Britain’s biggest ever warship set sail for the first time today in an historic moment for the Royal Navy.

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Supreme Court Will Hear Travel Ban Case

In a win for President Trump, the court took on a case that sets the stage for a major decision on presidential power.

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Al-Qaeda: Kidnapped Swede Johan Gustafsson freed after six years

BBC / Europe 24 sources

Hostage Johan Gustafsson, in Mali since 2011, has been freed, the Swedish government says.

Irish 15-year-old girl drowns in swimming pool on holiday in Crete

Mirror Online 5 sources

The Irish teenager was discovered dead in the resort village Stalida on the Greek island on Tuesday afternoon

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Brexit: EU citizens living in UK will have to apply for special ID card

The Guardian 17 sources

Theresa May sets out policy paper that says 3m EU citizens resident in Britain must reapply for ‘settled status’ under new regime

One dead, four critical after taking MDMA

Sky News / UK 12 sources

One person has died and four others are in a critical condition after taking a form of MDMA at the weekend, police have said.

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Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo released from Chinese prison with late-stage cancer

The Guardian / World 103 sources

Liu was awarded Nobel peace prize in 2010 while serving 11-year sentence for inciting subversion of state power

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New UK aircraft carrier to set sail

BBC 53 sources

HMS Queen Elizabeth - the largest warship ever built for the Royal Navy - will leave Rosyth for sea trials.

The £1BILLION bribe: Tories sign deal with DUP but taxpayers foot the bill

Daily Express 114 sources

THE DUP has signed a £1BILLION deal with the Conservatives to give Theresa May support in her minority Government.

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Donald Trump Breaks White House Tradition By Not Hosting Iftar Meal During Ramadan

Donald Trump caused outrage at the weekend by becoming the first president in more than 20 years to not hold a Ramadan event at the White House.

Glastonbury Festival 2017: Mammoth clean-up begins as revellers leave behind filth and waste

Clean-up teams have begun the mammoth task of clearing the heaps of filth and rubbish left by revellers after Glastonbury Festival.

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Too Soon To Call Grenfell Tower Deaths 'Murder', Says Labour's John Healey

Huffington Post UK 16 sources

Labour’s shadow housing secretary John Healey has said he does not agree with John McDonnell that the deaths in Grenfell Tower were “murder”.

Forest Gate 'riot': Police officers taken to hospital after violence erupts at protest over death of Edir Frederico Da Costa

Six police officers were injured including four who were taken to hospital as clashes erupted following the death of a man after a traffic stop.

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DUP's historic deal with May's Tory government imminent, says Foster

Arlene Foster says that her party is close to sealing a historic deal with the Tories — as she prepares to meet the Prime Minister for talks at Westminster today.

Markets rally after Italy agrees €17bn bank rescue – business live

All the day’s economic and financial news, as Italy sets aside €17bn of taxpayers’ money to wind down two Veneto lenders

Monday, Jun 26

100% fire test failure rate on 60 tower blocks

Sky News / UK 139 sources

Sixty high-rise buildings in 25 local authorities have failed fire cladding safety tests carried out in the wake of the Grenfell blaze, the Government has said.

Sunday, Jun 25

Six hurt as car hits crowd in Newcastle Eid celebration

BBC 161 sources

A woman is arrested after a car hits people marking the end of Ramadan in Newcastle.

Prince Harry considered quitting Royal Family to live life as a commoner

Metro.co.uk 43 sources

Prince Harry considered leaving the Royal Family (Picture: Getty Images)

Angry tenants defy evacuation order as 34 blocks fail fire tests

The Scotsman 171 sources

A total of 34 high-rise buildings in 17 local authorities across England have failed fire cladding safety tests in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster, the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) has announced.

Saturday, Jun 24

'Grenfell changes everything' Thousands evacuated from tower with flammable cladding

Daily Express 163 sources

An entire high-rise estate in Camden, north London has been evacuated after fears the building had the same cladding that fuelled the Grenfell Tower fire.

Parliament hit by ‘sustained and determined’ cyber attack

Metro.co.uk 110 sources

MPs have admitted having difficulties accessing their emails.

Grenfell insulation withdrawn by firm

Sky News / UK 293 sources

The insulating product used to clad Grenfell Tower before a disastrous fire will no longer be used on high-rise buildings, the manufacturer has said.

Fawning Glastonbury crowd laps up Corbyn's rabble-rousing speech - ‘Elite got it WRONG'

Daily Express 90 sources

JEREMY Corbyn has received a hero's welcome by a huge and fawning crowd on the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury.

Friday, Jun 23

Theresa May makes 'fair and serious' offer on EU citizens rights in UK

The Guardian 197 sources

PM tells EU leaders UK will offer those who arrive lawfully before Brexit the chance to build up same rights as British citizens

Juncker says May's EU citizens Brexit offer is 'not sufficient' – Politics live

The Guardian 111 sources

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen

Finsbury Park attack: Cardiff man Darren Osborne charged

BBC 95 sources

Darren Osborne, 47, is charged with terrorism-related murder and attempted murder.

Grenfell Tower Investigators To Consider Manslaughter Charges

Huffington Post UK 293 sources

Police will consider manslaughter charges as part of the investigation into the Grenfell Tower blaze, which left at least 79 people dead.

Thursday, Jun 22

Kensington and Chelsea chief steps down after pressure from Sajid Javid

The Guardian 36 sources

Resignation of chief executive Nicholas Holgate was ‘required’ by communities secretary after fierce criticism of council’s response to Grenfell Tower fire

Prince Harry: No one in the royal family wants to be king or queen

No-one in the Royal family really wants to be king or queen, Prince Harry has suggested, as he vows they will carry out their duty for the "greater good of the people".

Battle for Mosul: Destruction of al-Nuri mosque 'shows IS defeated'

BBC.com 194 sources

Iraq's PM condemns IS's destruction of an ancient landmark as troops advance in Mosul's Old City.

Grenfell fire: Combustible cladding found on at least three more tower blocks, government reveals - Politics live

The Guardian 297 sources

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happen