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Kim Jong-un still willing to meet Donald Trump 'any time' despite nuclear talks being abruptly scrapped

It comes after the US President said he had no choice but to cancel the planned summit due to the "tremendous anger" the rogue regime displayed

Prince William to visit Israel and Palestinian territories weeks after bloody clashes in the region

Prince William is set to visit Israel and the Palestinian territories next month despite heightened tensions and outbreaks of violence in the region.

Canada explosion: Three fighting for life and 12 more injured as bomb is detonated in Mississauga restaurant

At least 15 people have been injured after a bomb was detonated in a restaurant in Canada, police have said.

Sophie Lionnet murder: Tortured French nanny's parents say killers should be 'burned at the stake'

The heartbroken parents of murdered and tortured French nanny Sophie Lionnet have said their daughter's killers should be burned at the stake.

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Ireland abortion referendum: Voters go to the polls over landmark Eighth Amendment repeal

Ireland goes to the polls today for a referendum on liberalising one of Europe's strictest abortion regimes.

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Revealed: The two London boroughs with the highest disposable incomes in the UK

Londoners living in the boroughs of Kensington and Chelsea and Hammersmith and Fulham enjoy the largest disposable income in the UK, with residents' take-home pay equalling more than three times the UK average, official government figures…

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Salford house fire: Two men jailed for life after petrol bomb attack in Greater Manchester that killed four children

Two men have been jailed four life for the murder of four children in a petrol bomb attack on a house in Salford, Greater Manchester.

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Donald Trump cancels summit with Kim Jong Un in Singapore in extraordinary open letter

Donald Trump has cancelled his summit with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un by releasing an extraordinary open letter.

Boris Johnson takes 18-minute call from prankster posing as Armenian prime minister

Boris Johnson held an 18-minute phone call with a prankster claiming to be the Armenian Prime Minister.

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MI6 launches first TV ad to recruit new spies in its 110-year history

MI6 will screen its first TV advert today as part of a major campaign to attract ethnic minority recruits and widen the pool of talent that it deploys against terrorists and hostile states.

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North Korea demolishes nuclear test site with series of blasts as invited foreign journalists watch on

North Korea said it has demolished is nuclear test site after setting off a series of explosions over several hours in the presence of foreign journalists.

Ben Mulroney reveals what prompted his son to photobomb Meghan Markle at the Royal wedding: 'He'd never heard a trumpet before'

Canadian TV presenter Ben Mulroney has revealed the secret behind his seven-year-old son's show-stealing grin as he photobombed Meghan Markle during the royal wedding.

Brexit news latest: Only one in three people believe Theresa May can win a good deal on Europe

Public confidence has fallen in Theresa May's ability to strike a good Brexit deal, an exclusive poll reveals today.

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Brexit news latest: Theresa May warned by business leaders and MPs over customs union

Theresa May was today warned that she could have Brexit taken out of her hands as a damning report attacked the Government for dithering on crucial decisions.

Elizabeth Line: First look at new trains being tested in tunnels beneath London ahead of December launch

Elizabeth line trains can be seen travelling at 60mph through tunnels underneath London in the first footage released of the new line.

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Sophie Lionnet murder: Sabrina Kouider and Ouissem Medouni found guilty of killing their French nanny

A couple were found guilty today of murdering their French nanny after they were discovered burning her body on a bonfire at their Southfields home.

MH17 plane crash caused by missile owned by Russian military, investigators say

The missile that brought down the Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 over Ukraine was owned by the Russian military, investigators have said.

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Ford's new virtual reality project teaches motorists how cyclists feel in danger on road... and vice versa

Car giant Ford today launched a radical new virtual reality experience showing motorists how cyclists feel in danger when car drivers overtake too closely, swerve in front — or suddenly open a car door.

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Ireland abortion referendum: Polls open in Atlantic islands ahead of historic vote

Residents of Ireland's remote Atlantic islands will begin taking to the polls today to cast the first votes in an historic abortion referendum.

Whistleblower 'taped to chair and gagged' after complaining about racist and misogynistic culture at Scottish government agency

A female worker who complained of a racist and misogynistic culture at a Scottish government agency claims she was gagged and taped to a chair by two male colleagues.

Thursday, May 24

Sterling Brown video: Disturbing body-cam footage shows police tasering black NBA player for a routine parking violation

Disturbing bodycam footage shows the moment US police officers tasered black NBA player Sterling Brown over an alleged routine parking violation.

UK weather forecast: Thunderstorms hit London... with more on the way before boiling bank holiday weekend

London and the south-east woke to thunderstorms and torrential downpours on Thursday with forecasters warning of more to come before the sizzling bank holiday weekend.

Two dead and 18 injured after train ploughs into truck in Italy horror crash

Two people died and 18 more were injured after a train ploughed into a big-rig truck that stopped on the tracks in northern Italy, authorities said.

Wednesday, May 23

MH370 search to be called off as investigators insist it was an accident and not 'murder-suicide' by pilot

The search for missing flight MH370 will end next week, it was confirmed today.

'ISIS supporter called for terror attacks on Prince George at his school'

An alleged Islamic State supporter appeared in court today accused of encouraging would-be lone wolf attackers to target Prince George at his school in south-west London.

Louise Minchin suffers awkward BBC Breakfast moment over triathlon 'cheating' front page story

Louise Minchin laughed-off an awkward moment on BBC Breakfast as she presented a front page story about herself during the newspaper review.

Ruthless organised crime gangs are 'driving the surge in violence on London's streets'

Crime groups such as the Albanian mafia are importing Class A drugs into London and fuelling turf wars, a top UK law enforcement official has said

Tuesday, May 22

Boris Johnson demands 'Brexit plane' to help bang the drum for UK's exit from Europe as he travels the world

Boris Johnson has demanded his own "Brexit plane" to help him promote the Government's vision of Britain's future outside of the EU as he travels around the globe.

Newlyweds Meghan Markle and Prince Harry arrive at Buckingham Palace garden party to mark Prince Charles's 70th birthday

Newly-married Prince Harry and Meghan Markle today attended a Buckingham Palace garden party as part of the Prince of Wales's 70th birthday celebrations.

Marks & Spencer to close 100 stores in the next four years in 'vital' restructure

Marks & Spencer has announced it will close 100 stores by 2022 as part of a 'vital' restructure.

Meghan Markle's sister Samantha calls for family reunion after royal wedding and tells her: 'do the right thing'

Meghan Markle's estranged half-sister Samantha Grant has called for her sibling to "do the right thing" and reunite their family following the royal wedding.

Monday, May 21

Revealed: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's official wedding photographs

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's official wedding photographs were unveiled to the public for the first time today.

'I held my son in my arms praying for a miracle': father gives heartbreaking account to Grenfell Tower inquiry after losing his unborn son

Catastrophic blaze: local people watch unable to help as Grenfell Tower burns (Picture: NIGEL HOWARD)

Thameslink, Southern and Great Northern timetable shake-up: 'Meltdown Monday' as schedule changes spark chaos

UK rail commuters were hit by a rush-hour "Monday meltdown" as sweeping timetable changes on Govia Thameslink Railway's routes kicked in.

Fascinating TfL and London Tube map shows exact geography of transport network

A fascinating new interactive map reveals the exact geography of Transport for London's sprawling Tube, Overground and DLR network.

Sunday, May 20

Fury as new Thameslink train timetable sparks mass cancellations... as passengers warned of further disruption

Rail passengers hoping to use the £7 billion upgraded Thameslink service were today met with mass cancellations - hours after its new timetable began.

Royal wedding news: African orphan Prince Harry befriended 14 years ago among first to greet newlyweds

An orphan who Prince Harry befriended when volunteering in Africa was among the first guests to greet the royal couple after their extraordinary wedding at Windsor Castle.

The Royal wedding: The Queen is spotted leaving Windsor Castle to go to church after Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's celebrations

The Queen was spotted returning to Windsor Castle after church this morning following her grandson Prince Harry's fairytale wedding to former US actress Meghan Markle.

Royal wedding 2018: Meghan Markle and Prince Harry will delay honeymoon to carry out first royal duties as married couple

Newlyweds Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will delay their honeymoon for a series of royal engagements following their fairytale wedding at Windsor Castle.