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Alesha MacPhail's funeral takes place in North Lanarkshire

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Mourners line streets of Coatbridge as tributes paid to six-year-old killed on holiday

Jacob Rees-Mogg says UK is heading for no-deal Brexit

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Comments from Tory MP and hardline leaver come after EU mauls Brexit white paper plans

Two tonnes of cocaine seized from boat off Cornwall

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Dutch nationals remanded after yacht carrying huge haul intercepted near Newlyn

NHS trust ‘wastes millions on flawed financial advice’

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London North West trust under fire as cost of implementing management consultants’ plan soars to £1.3bn

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MPs call for changes to electoral system after Vote Leave broke rules

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Letter to John Bercow signed by 45 MPs says existing fines are regarded as ‘simply the cost of doing business’

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Nigel Farage flies under radar to support Trump-backed Senate candidate

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The former Ukip leader was unusually shy as he turned out for Lou Barletta, a Republican lagging in the Pennsylvania polls

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Smart meters to save UK households only £11 a year, report finds

Report by MPs and peers says predicted benefits of scheme ‘likely to be slashed further’

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Labour has got to solve antisemitism issue, says Eddie Izzard

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NEC member and comedian warns Corbyn he needs to ‘be strong on putting this to bed’

The immigration crisis facing London's Chinatown

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Waiters, chefs and others plan to down tools on 24 July in protest against a growing number of Home Office raids

Bell factory that made Big Ben opens to public for one night only

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Artist Rachel Pimm will incorporate remaining bells into musical piece on listed site

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Britain’s railway timetable disaster has been over 150 years in the making | Ian Jack

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Dickens was nearly killed by a train time mix-up. The Northern-Govia Thameslink chaos shows the system remains unreliable

May under pressure over Andrew Griffiths bullying allegations

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Former minister had been accused of sending abusive texts when he was promoted

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South China Sea: UK could send aircraft carrier to back Australian vessels

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Australian and British ministers hold talks amid rising tension over Beijing’s militarisation in disputed waters

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Denis Thatcher vetted guest list for 1987 Tory election victory party

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Margaret Thatcher’s consort put ticks and question marks to show approval or suspicion

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Margaret Thatcher backed single market in draft Bruges speech

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Documents show that former leader looked forward to development of EU trade rules

Private documents reveal the secret life of Thatcher's teddy bears

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The former prime minister’s toys Humphrey and Mrs Teddy were rarely loaned

Guides overhaul includes mindfulness and vlogging badges

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Members reshape movement in £3m update that offers 100 new badges and 700 activities

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Windrush mother wants Home Office role in son's death considered

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Dexter Bristol died following a 10-month battle to prove he was not an illegal immigrant

Newspaper issues correction over ‘booze-filled orgy’ claims

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Northern Echo’s report also linked party guests’ behaviour to alleged food poisoning

Damian Hinds pledges to help teachers overwhelmed by excessive workload

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Education secretary says more will be done to tackle stress that is driving qualified staff away

Friday, Jul 20

Post-Brexit registration process for EU citizens to be trialled in August

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Test phase will launch in three Liverpool universities and 12 NHS trusts in the north-west

Child spies used only when very necessary, says Downing Street

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Theresa May’s spokeswoman defends practice revealed by House of Lords committee

NHS to receive £487m technology boost

Matt Hancock lists top three priorities as tech, workforce and illness prevention

Prince Charles kept in touch with ex-bishop later jailed for abuse

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Prince told inquiry he was deceived by Peter Ball, who called him a ‘loyal friend’

Thursday, Jul 19

Jo Swinson pairing row: Conservatives admit chief whip asked MPs to break arrangements

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Julian Smith made error in asking Tory MP to vote despite pact with Lib Dem, say party sources

UK intelligence and police using child spies in covert operations

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Home Office wants more freedom to find information on terrorists and gangs via children

Warnings of 'public health emergency' as violent crime surges

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Murders and knife crimes soar in England and Wales as police detection rate hits record low

May hangs on as Johnson condemns Brexit plan in speech

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Ex-minister hits out at fellow Brexiters but backbenchers rally after Commons onslaught

Wednesday, Jul 18

Grenfell police carry out three interviews under caution

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Met considers whether offences including corporate manslaughter were committed

Cliff Richard wins £210,000 in damages over BBC privacy case

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Singer sued BBC for invasion of privacy over its coverage of child sexual abuse claims

Schools alone cannot solve childhood obesity crisis, Ofsted warns

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Head of watchdog says teachers do not have ‘silver bullet’ to cure health problem

Young black men more like to be prosecuted over dispersal orders

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Disproportionate numbers in court over new antisocial behaviour powers, study finds

Tuesday, Jul 17

May sees off rebellion on customs union as amendment is defeated

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Narrow Commons win for government follows earlier loss on medicines regulation

Labour calls for inquiry into ministers actions during EU referendum

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Party says Johnson and Gove may have breached ministerial code as Vote Leave is fined

May faces defeat as Labour backs customs union amendment

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Amendment would force UK to join customs union if no agreement on trade is reached

Vote Leave fined and reported to police by Electoral Commission

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Watchdog finds ‘significant evidence’ of coordination with another Brexit campaign group

Monday, Jul 16

May narrowly heads off defeat after caving in to Brexit hardliners

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PM provokes rebellion from Tory remainers as she narrowly wins customs vote

Model was stabbed to death by less successful rival, court hears

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Prosecutor says Harry Uzoka, 25, died outside his London home after row on social media

Migration to UK from EU falls to lowest level for four years

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Trend concerns businesses that claim drop in immigration is costing economy billions

Widowed father ordered to leave UK against advice of Home Office's own lawyers

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Andrew Farotade refused leave to remain under rules intended to tackle terrorism