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Robert Mugabe STEPS DOWN to end 37 years in power

Daily Mail Online 468 sources

Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe was fired as leader of the ruling ZANU-PF party on Sunday and replaced by Emmerson Mnangagwa. Hours later, he resigned from his role as president.

Gaia Pope’s death not being treated as murder

Metro.co.uk 7 sources

No-one else was involved in Gaia Pope’s death, a postmortem examination has suggested.

There are no unemployed in UK, says Hammond in TV gaffe

The Guardian 24 sources

Chancellor is accused of being out of touch after making slip-up as he prepares for politically difficult budget later this week

Songs of Praise presenter Aled Jones denies claims of 'inappropriate behaviour'

ITV / Entertainment 25 sources

The Songs of Praise presenter has voluntarily agreed not to appear on BBC whilst an investigation takes place.

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Angela Merkel makes final push to form government, hopes to find common ground with allies

Firstpost / World 6 sources

Berlin: Chancellor Angela Merkel was making a last push Sunday to forge a government, in a twin battle to save her political future and avert fresh elections that could destabilise Germany and Europe. Elections in September left the…

When is the Budget 2017? Policies and predictions in Chancellor Philip Hammond's financial statement - and how it'll affect you

Mirror Online 38 sources

Tax, housing, Brexit and Universal Credit - Chancellor Philip Hammond is set to tackle them all in an Autumn Budget he'll use to fight for his career


Brothers led police on high-speed chase through Bishop Auckland

TWO brothers who led police on a high-speed pursuit through a town before crashing and fleeing the scene on foot have been jailed.


Kezia Dugdale’s I’m A Celebrity decision dubbed ‘utterly ludicrous’

The Scotsman 49 sources

Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale’s decision to appear on I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! is utterly ludicrous, a fellow MSP has said.

Morocco food stampede kills 15 and wounds many

BBC.com 48 sources

The incident occurred as a charity aid was distributing aid in the town of Sidi Boulaalam.


"You will have justice": Gaia Pope's cousin's heartbreaking vow to "kind but tough as f***" teen after body found in search

Marienna Pope-Weidemann's emotional promise to her cousin comes just hours after a body was discovered near Swanage, Dorset, by specialist search teams

First pics of retired civil servant who was bound, gagged and stabbed to death in her Muswell Hill home

The Sun 4 sources

THIS is the retired civil servant who was bound, gagged and stabbed to death in her Muswell Hill home. Cathy Burke, 55, was discovered tied-up by cops on Thursday at around 7pm, after a neighbour who lives two doors away said they hadn't…


Zanu-PF officials meet to expel Mugabe

Ruling party set to end president’s 37-year rule over Zimbabwe


David Cassidy in hospital after organ failure

Former teen idol David Cassidy is in hospital after reportedly suffering organ failure.


Gaia Pope was 'light of my life'

BBC 52 sources

Police are "confident" the remains are that of the 19-year-old woman, who has been missing for 11 days.


Missing Argentina submarine sent seven failed satellite calls

The Guardian / AU 86 sources

Attempts sent on Saturday from San Juan submarine lasted between four and 36 seconds, says defence ministry

Zimbabwe: Zanu-PF leaders meeting to decide Mugabe future

BBC / News 32 sources

The president's closest allies turn against him as pressure builds for him to step down.


What a joke! The secret of the Queen and Prince Philip's 70-year marriage

A good sense of humour features high on dating websites as a desirable quality (“GSOH”), but with the 70-year marriage of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh, it is more a case of SSOH – a shared sense of humour. Those who know the couple…

Chancellor told to find billions more to rescue 'top priority' NHS in Budget

The Independent 3 sources

Two-thirds of the British public say the Chancellor must make the NHS his top priority in this week's budget, as 90 MPs write to Theresa May to demand action over social care policy. The Independent's exclusive poll, carried out by BMG…


Hariri Says He Will Return to Lebanon on Wednesday, Explain His Situation

Voice of America 231 sources

Saad al-Hariri, who resigned as Lebanon's prime minister earlier this month, said he would return to Beirut on Wednesday and explain the surprising resignation announcement he made in Saudi Arabia.

Kezia Dugdale asked Labour bosses to go on overseas charity mission but didn't mention shock I'm A Celebrity spot

The Sun 66 sources

JUNGLE-bound Kezia Dugdale asked Labour bigwigs to go on a lucrative overseas charity mission — but didn't tell them of her shock I'm A Celeb spot. The MSP, 36, was backed by new Scots supremo Richard Leonard and his leadership rival Anas…


New photo marks Queen's 70th wedding anniversary

Sky News / UK 45 sources

A new photograph of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh has been released to mark their 70th wedding anniversary.

Distress calls detected 'from missing sub'

Sky News 86 sources

Emergency signals believed to have come from Argentina's missing naval submarine ARA San Juan have been detected.


Hammond's Budget to focus on housing and tech

Sky News / UK 38 sources

Billions of pounds for housing and high-tech industry are expected to be at the centre of Chancellor Philip Hammond's "positive and upbeat" Budget this Wednesday.


Gaia Pope's heartbroken sister pays tribute to the 'light of her life' after police searching for missing 19-year-old find body

Mirror Online 52 sources

Police say they are ''confident'' the body found near the coastal path and field where items of Gaia's clothing were located on Thursday is the tragic teenager


Mugabe 'to be sacked by party on Sunday'

Sky News / US News 61 sources

Robert Mugabe is to be dismissed by his ruling Zanu-PF party on Sunday, say reports.


Gerry Adams says he will stand aside as Sinn Féin leader next year

The Irish Times 80 sources

Party president sets out timeline for departure after 34 years as head of party

Saturday, Nov 18

AC/DC star Malcolm Young dies aged 64 after dementia battle

Daily Record 182 sources

The Glaswegian guitarist was founding member of the legendary rockers.

Body found in search for missing Gaia Pope near Swanage

Metro.co.uk 52 sources

Dorset Police say they are 'confident' it is the teenager.

Richard Leonard to lead Scottish Labour

BBC / UK 66 sources

The former trade union official is elected to lead Scottish Labour, succeeding Kezia Dugdale.

Tens of thousands take to the streets to call for Robert Mugabe's resignation as 'day of rage' turns into celebration

The Independent 174 sources

There had been calls for a "Day of Rage", but the overwhelming mood of the tens of thousands who poured into the streets of Harare today was one of celebration at what they are convinced is deliverance at last from the rule of Robert…

Friday, Nov 17

Father guilty of murdering two children

Sky News / UK 18 sources

A taxi driver has been found guilty of murdering his two young children with a petrol-soaked cloth and trying to kill his wife in a gas explosion.

Carpenter arrested over murder of missing teenager Gaia Pope as his family claim he's '110% innocent'

Mirror Online 64 sources

Paul Elsey, whose nephew Nathan Elsey was arrested earlier this week, has been quizzed at a police station, his dad confirmed

Thursday, Nov 16

Police searching for missing teen Gaia Pope arrest 49-year-old man on suspicion of murder

Mirror Online 64 sources

The arrest comes hours after "items of women's clothing" were discovered in a field near Swanage, where Gaia vanished on November 7

Missing BBC presenter Benedict Allen found 'alive and well' near Papua New Guinea airstrip - but "not out of danger yet"

Mirror Online 69 sources

The British explorer had been reported as missing while trekking in the jungle by his worried family and friends

Zimbabwe awaits next steps after military takeover

BBC.com 500 sources

The future role of President Mugabe and other key figures remains unclear after the army stepped in.

Old Vic says ‘cult of personality’ meant Kevin Spacey claims were not reported

The Guardian 168 sources

London theatre apologises for failings after revealing it has received 20 allegations of inappropriate behaviour by actor

Wednesday, Nov 15

Australia votes in favour of legalising gay marriage

Metro.co.uk 352 sources

Australians have voted in favour of legalising same-sex marriage by 61.6% to 38.4%.

Robert Mugabe detained by Zimbabwe army

Daily Mail Online 583 sources

Mugabe's grip on power was dramatically weakened last night as military vehicles blocked roads outside the parliament in Harare and senior soldiers delivered an address to the nation.

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's husband meets Boris Johnson

Richard Ratcliffe says that in ‘constructive’ meeting with foreign secretary he pressed for diplomatic protection for his imprisoned wife

Russia used Twitter bots and trolls 'to disrupt' Brexit vote

The Times / Sport 18 sources

Russian Twitter accounts posted almost 45,000 messages about Brexit in 48 hours during last year's referendum in an apparently co-ordinated attempt to sow discord, The Times can reveal. More than 150,000 accounts based in Russia, which had…

Tuesday, Nov 14

Daisy Goodwin: 'I was groped by 10 Downing Street official'

BBC 42 sources

Daisy Goodwin, creator of ITV's Victoria, says a government official put his hand on her breast.

Brexit latest: Britain will leave EU with NO DEAL if MPs reject agreement fumes Davis

Daily Express 69 sources

DAVID Davis has confirmed parliament will have a vote on the final Brexit deal before Britain leaves the European Union.

Five dead after school shooting as 100 cops search five scenes

Metro.co.uk 460 sources

Three people are dead following a shooting at a school in rural Northern California, say authorities. Children are among the wounded following the incident near an elementary school in Rancho Tehama.