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Anti-Brexit Protest: More Than 100,000 Demand Referendum On Brexit Deal

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An estimated 100,000 marched on Westminster on Saturday to show their support for a referendum on the final Brexit outcome, two years after the initial vote.

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Zimbabwe President Survives Apparent Bomb Attack At Campaign Rally

Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa has survived an apparent bomb attack during an election campaign rally in the city of Bulawayo.

If We Get It Right, Devolution Offers The North's Working People A Greater Say In The Choices Affecting Their Lives

This weekend the Great Exhibition of the North opens in Newcastle. It is a two-month long exhibition, celebrating art, culture, design and innovation in the North of England, and coincides with a new sense of Northern ambition, aspiration…

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French Teenager Held In US Detention Centre After Accidentally Jogging Across The Border From Canada

A teenager was detained for two weeks by US border patrol after accidentally crossing the border while out jogging.

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Anti-Brexit People's Vote March Banners Show British Democracy At Its Very Finest

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More than 100,000 anti-Brexit protesters marched through central London to Parliament on Saturday.

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Sophie Gradon's Family Break Silence On 'Love Island' Star's Death

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The family of Sophie Gradon have spoken publicly for the first time since the ‘Love Island’ star died earlier this week.

Netflix Fires Jonathan Friedland After Head Of Communications Uses 'N-Word'

Netflix has fired its head of communications over his use of the “N-word” during conversations with colleagues.

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In The Two Years Since Jo Cox Was Killed, Have Protections For Female MPs Improved?

Female politicians still face “real hostility” - including threats of rape and violence - for trying to do their jobs, MPs and leading campaigners have warned ahead of events to mark the birthday of murdered MP Jo Cox.

'Love Island': 13 Silly Things You May Have Missed In The Villa This Week

Week three of this year’s ‘Love Island’ has been dominated by Adam Collard and his horrible treatment of Rosie Williams.

'Love Island' Contestants Informed Of Sophie Gradon's Death

The cast of this year’s ‘Love Island’ have been informed about the death of former contestant Sophie Gradon.

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'Love Island': Rosie Williams Doesn't Have A Kind Word To Say About Adam Collard As She Leaves Villa

Rosie Williams has become the latest person to leave the ‘Love Island’ villa, and as she left, she wasn’t exactly complimentary about former flame Adam Collard.

Donald Trump Says North Korea Still Poses An 'Extraordinary Threat', Just Days After Historic Meeting

Donald Trump has declared that North Korea still poses an “extraordinary threat” to the United States, less than two weeks after he said the nation was no longer a nuclear danger.

Taylor Swift's Show Is At Its Best When She Forgets Her 'Reputation' And Just Has Some Fun: HuffPost Verdict

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Taylor Swift brought her ‘Reputation’ world tour to London on Friday, for the first of two nights at Wembley Stadium; The setlist consisted mostly of tracks taken from her latest album, ‘Reputation’, though several older songs also made…

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Boris Johnson Heaps Pressure On PM To Deliver 'Full British Brexit' As EU Protesters Prepare To Descend On Westminster

Boris Johnson has heaped pressure on the Prime Minister to deliver a “full British Brexit” as thousands are set to descend on Westminster on Saturday to oppose the UK leaving the EU.

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5 Affordable Brands That Should Be On Every Sustainable Fashion Fan's Radar

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Caring about your clothes’ environmental footprint and their impact on the those who made them, is a concern for an increasing number of people. But although 60% of millennials say they want to shop sustainably, only 37% actually buy…

The Best SPF 50 Facial Sun Creams - HuffPost Tests

We’ve all been guilty of not wearing as much sun cream as we should or maybe even leaving the house without it altogether (sorry mum).

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Jane McDonald Talks Us Through Her Exciting Night At The TV Baftas

Our undeniable highlight of this year’s TV Baftas was seeing Jane McDonald - yes, Jane McDonald from ‘The Cruise’ and ‘Loose Women’ - making her way up the podium to excitedly accept her award, with a cry of: “Oh, flipping ’eck!”

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More Than Half Of School Support Staff Spend Their Own Money On School Essentials, Study Shows

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More than half of school support staff are spending their own money on food for hungry children, tampons, pencils and books at cash-strapped schools, a new GMB study shows.

Friday, Jun 22

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London Euston Pub Fire: Over 70 Firefighters Tackle Large Blaze

A massive fire broke out at a pub near Euston station in central London on Friday night.

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Former TV presenter John Leslie Cleared Of Sexual Assault After Edinburgh Trial

Former TV presenter John Leslie has been cleared of sexual assault after the charge was found not proven in a trial at Edinburgh Sheriff Court.

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Lord Sugar Should Be Fired For His 'Racist' Tweet, Senegal Says

Lord Sugar’s “racist” tweet was “ignorant and hurtful”, and he should be fired, the Senegalese president’s adviser has said.

Alan Kurdi's Death Inspired Me To Raise Money For Refugees - Here's How You Can Help

They say that all philanthropy is ultimately selfish and it certainly began that way with me. I’d just started running and everyone was applying for the London Marathon - having little sense of what it might mean to run 26.2 miles, I…

Drama Park Lane: Nightclub Faces Fresh Allegations Of Racism

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An exclusive London night club frequented by stars such as Leonardo DiCaprio and Rihanna is facing fresh allegations of racism after hitting the headlines earlier this month when it was accused of charging black customers double what it…

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Love Island's Hayley Hughes Gets A Lesson On Brexit During 'Daily Politics' Appearance

Here’s a sentence we didn’t think we would be writing today - Love Island’s Hayley Hughes has made an appearance on ‘The Daily Politics’.

Debunking The Myths Of Living With Eating Disorders

Anorexia is something I wouldn’t wish on my worst enemy. It is difficult to explain how much it takes out of you, mentally and physically, and how much it takes over you. The people around me noticed what was happening before I did - once…

How Frida Kahlo Is Inspiring Wedding Dresses - For Both Brides And Guests

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Frida Kahlo has inspired the latest wedding collection from cult bridal designer Grace Loves Lace and it appears they’re not the only ones in the midst of Frida fever, as we’ve seen the artist’s influence weaving through high street…

It’s Time For All Westminster Politicians Opposed To A Hard Brexit To Stand Up And Be Counted

Make no mistake about it, Wednesday’s vote was a loss for the Prime Minister. In the spirit of the World Cup, the simple analogy is that the ball is being kicked around the field, the attacking team is in possession, but the ball is still…

MPs Express Surprise At Being Sent Letters On How To Avoid Deportation, But Home Office Says They Signed Up

Welsh Labour MPs have reacted with surprise after being sent letters by Sajid Javid informing advising them on how not to get deported after Brexit.

The Aquarius And Its Historic Precedents: Rescue At Sea And The Politics Of Disembarkation

Shortly after dawn on Sunday morning (17 June 2018), the 629 people rescued in the Mediterranean by the Aquarius were disembarked in the Spanish port of Valencia. The survivors, including 123 unaccompanied minors and seven pregnant women,…