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Millions of pounds lost to scams 'funding terrorism'

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Bank customers in the UK lost £500m in six months to scammers and fraudsters, figures have revealed.

Labour to vote against PM's Brexit deal

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Labour will vote against Theresa May's Brexit deal, the party has confirmed ahead of its conference debate on a "People's Vote".

Iran, trade and Salisbury on agenda as PM visits UN

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Theresa May is to make a personal plea for the release of a British mother jailed in Iran as she meets with world leaders in New York.

Policewoman who killed man in his own flat sacked

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A white policewoman who shot a black man dead in his own apartment after mistaking him for an intruder has lost her job.

Top Stories in last day

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'Failings' in protection for victims of domestic abuse

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Perpetrators of domestic abuse are being left to "drift" through their probation period without the support they need to change their behaviour, a report has revealed.

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Labour would scrap ATM charges in bid to 'save high streets'

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Charges to withdraw money from cash machines would be scrapped under a Labour government to "save Britain's high streets".

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UK to call for third of world's oceans to be protected

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Britain is to call for a third of the world's oceans to be protected from damaging activity by 2030.

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Theresa May tells ministers to 'hold their nerve'

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Theresa May has told cabinet ministers to hold their nerve after her Chequers plan was rejected by EU leaders - as top Brexiteers backed an alternative to the proposal.

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UK coach trips to EU in jeopardy in 'no-deal' Brexit

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Brexit documents are said to have "laid bare" the realities of a "no-deal" departure, with the government warned of disruption to food supplies and coach firms being unable to operate within the EU.

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Infected blood deaths were 'manslaughter' - victim

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The deaths of almost 3,000 people infected with HIV or hepatitis C by contaminated blood products have been called an act of "manslaughter".

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How does a second Brexit referendum happen?

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It was billed as a once-in-a-generation decision, but now the conference season is being dominated by talk of a second referendum or "People's Vote" on Brexit.

'I can't breathe' - Teen died after eating Pret baguette

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A teenager who died after eating a Pret a Manger baguette on a flight said "Daddy, help me, I can't breathe", as she went into cardiac arrest, an inquest has heard.

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Rosenstein summoned after 'criticising Trump'

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President Trump and the US deputy attorney general are to meet at the White House on Thursday amid speculation Rod Rosenstein could resign or be sacked.

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Teen rescued after drifting for seven weeks on floating hut

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An Indonesian teenager has survived being stranded alone at sea for seven weeks after his fishing hut was cast adrift when it came away from its moorings.

'Supercalifragilistic' trade deal to rival PM's Brexit plan

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Top Brexiteers have publicly backed a "supercalifragilistic" trade deal with the EU as a rival plan to the prime minister's proposals.

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Frowny sheeple? Test yourself on Scrabble's new words

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You better bet your bottom qapik that it's OK to lay down a twerk and bizjet in your favourite board game.

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Two arrested in search for missing teenager

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A second man has been arrested in the search for a missing teenager in Worcester, following an "unprecedented" public response.

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Labour backtracks over new Brexit poll options

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Labour has backtracked over Remain appearing on the ballot paper for another Brexit referendum.

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Sailor injured during solo race rescued in Indian Ocean

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A sailor who suffered a crippling back injury during a solo round-the-world race has been rescued in the Indian Ocean.

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Thomas Cook issues 'hot weather' profit warning

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Thomas Cook has downgraded annual profit forecasts, saying hot weather hurt demand for bookings in its crucial summer season.

Monday, Sep 24

Labour to consider backing second Brexit vote

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Labour will vote on a Brexit motion which will put a second referendum behind a call for a general election.

Sunday, Sep 23

Schoolgirl, 15, died after 'eating Pret baguette'

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The death of a 15-year-old girl following a severe allergic reaction is a "daily battle and the pain is indescribable", her family has said.

Corbyn 'bound' by members' decision on Brexit referendum

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Jeremy Corbyn has said he will "obviously be bound" by what Labour members decide on a second Brexit referendum, amid growing calls for him to back the idea.

British 'pharmacist and IS member' held in Syria

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A Briton who claims to be a pharmacist from Birmingham has been detained in Syria on suspicion of being a member of Islamic State.

Corbyn would back Brexit vote - but prefers an election

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Jeremy Corbyn has said he would back a second EU referendum if Labour members demand he do so at his party conference.

Saturday, Sep 22

Dawn Butler sparks row at Labour Party conference

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Labour went back to the 80s as the party returned to Liverpool for its party conference.

Comcast outbids Fox in auction for Sky

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Comcast has triumphed in the auction to buy Sky plc, the owner of Sky News, for £30.45bn in the biggest takeover ever seen in Europe's media industry.

Hunt warns EU: Don't mistake politeness for weakness

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The foreign secretary warned the EU not to "mistake British politeness for weakness" as he backed Theresa May's refusal to change her Brexit approach.

Brexit deal 'still possible' despite Chequers rejection

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EU leaders have insisted a Brexit deal remains possible despite flatly rejecting the Chequers proposal put forward by Theresa May during an acrimonious summit in Salzburg.

Friday, Sep 21

EU stresses its 'respect' for May over Brexit plan

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Theresa May has demanded "respect" from the EU after the bloc's leaders rejected her Brexit strategy - prompting claims from Brussels she is being "uncompromising".

EU told to 'engage on substance' after Chequers criticism

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The European Union has been told it needs to "engage on the substance" of what Britain is putting forward on Brexit, after leaders lined up to savage Theresa May's Chequers plan.

How the UK is facing five housing crises at once

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The UK is facing not one but five concurrent mini housing crises - each with dramatically different consequences and solutions, research from Sky News finds.

Thursday, Sep 20

EU tells Theresa May her Chequers plan 'will not work'

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Theresa May is defiantly sticking by her Chequers strategy for Brexit, despite the EU insisting a key element of her plan "will not work" and issuing a four-week deadline to agree a deal.

Croydon cat killer: Police close case as culprit revealed

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A three-year investigation into hundreds of reported cat mutilations in south London has been closed, with police revealing the likely culprit is foxes.

Prisons chief to go amid violence and strikes

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The head of the Prison and Probation Service has been asked to step aside following recent strike action and a rise in prison violence.

Railways 'bursting at the seams', Grayling admits

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The transport secretary has admitted that Britain's railways are "bursting at the seams" but said renationalisation is not the answer.