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Sunday, May 27

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Labour's Tom Watson Reveals Secret Behind Dramatic Weight Loss

Deputy Labour leader Tom Watson is no longer such a political heavyweight after losing 39 kilograms – as he admits one of his secrets is to put butter in his coffee.

14

Fears For Safety Of Young Orphan, 10, If He Is Deported

An orphaned 10-year-old boy would be put in danger if he is deported to the country of his birth, his grandmother has claimed.

13

New National Parks: Michael Gove Has Some Big Proposals For 70-Year-Old System

A new wave of national parks could be created after Environment Secretary Michael Gove announced plans for a review of the protected areas.

11

Refugees 'Having Chemotherapy Stopped' Amid Confusion Over NHS Charging Rules

Huffington Post UK

Asylum seekers suffering from cancer are having chemotherapy stopped mid-way through amid confusion over their eligibility for treatment on the NHS, charities have warned.

10

Mutiny Festival Deaths: Event Cancelled As Two Die After Falling Ill

The Mutiny Festival in Portsmouth has been cancelled after an 18-year-old woman and a 20-year-old man died after falling ill on Saturday evening.

UK Weather Forecast: Huge Disruption Caused By Thunderstorms

Warnings have been issued as intense lightning and thunderstorms look set to continue into Sunday after the UK was struck by up to 20,000 bolts overnight.

Saturday, May 26

18

North Korea's Kim Jong-Un And South Korea's President Moon Jae-in Embrace At Border In Surprise Meeting

The North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un has surprised the world once again by meeting his South Korean counterpart for the second time in a month on the heavily militarised north-south border.

16

‘We Did It For Her’: Savita Halappanavar's Death Remembered As Ireland Votes Yes To Abortion

IRELAND - As many Irish people celebrate what appears to be a landslide victory for pro-choice campaigners in Ireland’s abortion referendum, tributes were paid to a woman whose death has haunted the country since 2012.

15

Irish Abortion Referendum: Emotional Scenes As Victory For Repeal Campaign Confirmed

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IRELAND - As the results of Ireland’s historic abortion referendum were confirmed on Saturday evening, women and men all over the country who had fought to repeal the restrictive Eighth Amendment celebrated the ‘Yes’ campaign’s landslide…

12

Irish Referendum Result: Anti-Abortion Campaign Concedes Defeat As Polls Suggest Landslide Vote To Repeal The 8th

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IRELAND - The Irish prime minister has said the country is united and has voted “resoundingly” in favour of relaxing abortion laws following an apparent landslide result in the historic referendum.

Friday, May 25

16

What Harvey Weinstein's Books On Elia Kazan And Broadway Writers Might Mean

Harvey Weinstein turned himself in to police in New York on Friday clutching two books that have ignited more speculation about how he views himself amidst the scandal that sparked a worldwide movement.

14

Information Commissioner Will Probe 'Data Breach' At Jaguar Land Rover Plant

Britain’s data watchdog is to probe an apparent leak of employee data at Jaguar Land Rover’s West Midlands factory.

Latest UK Bank Holiday Weather Forecast Predicts Thunderstorms

The bank holiday weekend looks set to be scorching for many parts of the UK, but weather forecasters have warned that not everyone will enjoy uninterrupted sunshine.

13

GDPR Fears That 'Myths' Around New Data Protection Rules May 'Endanger The Lives Of Children'

A law consultant has warned growing “mythology” around new data protection laws could “endanger the lives of children” and has urged authorities to issue urgent advice to get key messages out.

12

Sophie Lionnet's Mother Says Killers Should Be 'Burned At The Stake'

The heartbroken parents of a French nanny who was tortured and murdered by the couple she worked for say her killers deserve the death penalty.

11

MH17: Australia And Netherlands Pin Blame For Downing Of Malaysia Airlines Flight On Russia

The Dutch cabinet on Friday said it would hold the Russian state responsible for “its role” in the downing of Malaysia Airlines flight July 2014.

09

MI6 Launches Slick New Ad In Drive For More Female And Minority Recruits

MI6 is seeking to cast off its macho James Bond image in an attempt to bring more women and ethnic minority recruits into the Secret Intelligence Service.

Two Teens Convicted Of Columbine-Inspired Yorkshire School Massacre Plot

Two 15-year-old boys have been convicted of plotting to murder fellow students and teachers at their school.

Ireland's Abortion Referendum: Voters Head To The Polls For Historic Ballot

Huffington Post UK

Voters in Ireland are heading to the polls this morning to decide whether the country should repeal its abortion laws, which are some of the most restrictive in the world.

The Ireland Abortion Referendum Is In The Hands Of The Undecideds

Huffington Post UK

In Dublin city it’s possible to tell which way a lot of people are voting in Friday’s abortion referendum by simply looking at their chests.

Revealed: 'Dark Ads' Dominated Facebook Advertising Ahead Of The Irish Abortion Referendum

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Almost two-thirds of the Facebook adverts around the Irish abortion referendum are so-called “dark ads” from unregistered campaigns, new data reveals.

Thursday, May 24

20

'They Were Expecting Me To Miscarry In My Own Home': Why This Mother Is Voting Yes To Abortion In Ireland

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Oonagh McDermott’s first pregnancy, she says, was a “brutalisation”.

Meet The Young Men And Women Voting To Keep Ireland's Ban On Abortion

Huffington Post UK

Ireland’s abortion referendum has been cast as an identity battle between the older, Catholic generation and a more liberal youth; old Ireland versus new Ireland in a battle for its principles. But some young people are bucking that trend.

17

Jaguar Land Rover Plant Workers Facing Redundancy Have Just Learnt Their Fate Through A Massive 'Data Leak'

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An apparent data breach at Jaguar Land Rover’s West Midlands factory has disclosed the personal information of hundreds of workers and revealed their possible fate amid mass redundancies.

16

Donald Trump Cancels North Korea Summit With Bizarre Letter To Kim Jong-Un

Donald Trump has called off the historic summit between the US and North Korea.

Boris Johnson Pranked By Russians Posing As Armenian PM To Discuss Salisbury Poisoning

Boris Johnson has been pranked by two Russians posing as the recently-appointed Armenian Prime Minster Nikol Pashinyan.

14

Trio Found Guilty Of Killing Four Sleeping Children In Petrol Bomb Attack

Two people have been found guilty at Manchester Crown Court of the murders of four children after petrol bombing their home in Salford.

13

1966 World Cup Mystery Solved? Gangster's Son Claims Brothers Took Trophy

A London gangster and his brother were behind the notorious unsolved theft of the World Cup trophy just months before the 1966 tournament in England, it has been claimed.

Student Joe Tivnan Pleads Guilty Over Racist Chanting Filmed At Nottingham Trent University

Student Joe Tivnan has admitted racially or religiously aggravated harassment after footage appeared to capture him making racist chants at the halls of residence at Nottingham Trent University.