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Trump invites Putin to visit US

BBC 110 sources

Discussions over a possible autumn visit for the Russian leader are under way, the White House says.

Poundworld to disappear from the high street as final store closures announced

ITV / News 23 sources

The budget chain is likely to shut up shop by August 10.

Comcast likely to be new owner of Sky

BBC / Business 139 sources

The US cable TV giant Comcast is likely to be the new owner of Sky after a lengthy takeover battle.

Royal Mail sent message by scale of revolt over pay

The Times / News 14 sources

More than 70 per cent of shareholders in Royal Mail have voted against the pay of its new chief executive and his predecessor in what is one of the largest remuneration revolts at a British blue chip company. Rico Back was welcomed to the…

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New Brexit secretary calls for 'renewed vigour' in EU talks

Sky News / US News 11 sources

New Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab has called for "renewed energy, vigour and vim" in negotiations with the EU, as he made his first trip to Brussels since taking on the role.

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Trump rejects proposal for Russia to interrogate US citizens

BBC.com 176 sources

The US rejects President Putin's call to question US citizens, including a former Moscow ambassador.

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Poundworld axing hundreds more jobs as it closes its head office, warehouse operations and more stores

POUNDWORLD is axing hundreds more jobs as it closes its head office, warehouse operations and another batch of stores.

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Disney ready to seize Fox after Comcast walks away

US cable company concedes to focus on battle for TV group Sky

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Pound below $1.30 as heatwave burns retailers

Sky News / Business 10 sources

The pound has fallen below the $1.30 mark for the first time in 10 months after retail sales figures added to growing market doubts about an August interest rate rise.

Burberry burns bags, clothes and perfume worth millions

BBC 21 sources

The fashion firm destroyed £28m of unwanted stock last year to protect its brand.

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Donald Trump lambasts EU over $5.1bn fine for Google

Donald Trump has attacked the European Union’s decision to fine Google $5.1bn (£3.8bn) for “serious illegal behaviour”.

No-deal Brexit: EU warns its citizens to prepare for the worst

The Guardian / AU 42 sources

Bloc issues 16-page document and leaves open possibility of visa requirement for Britons

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Gaucho collapses: 22 Cau restaurants to close

Sky News / Business 16 sources

Troubled restaurant chain Gaucho has fallen into administration, Deloitte has said.

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Poor retail sales cast doubt over rate rise

The Times / Money 10 sources

Retail sales disappointed in June after a bumper two months, raising questions about the strength of the consumer rebound and putting the prospect of an interest rate rise next month in doubt. The pound slid 0.5 per cent to just below $1…

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Zuckerberg: Facebook will not ban Holocaust denial

Holocaust denial should not be banned on Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg has said.

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RyanAir travel hell as airline set to cancel 600 flights next week

Daily Record / News 30 sources

Almost 50,000 holidaymakers will be unable to board their scheduled flight with the airline in the wake of recent strike action.

Wednesday, Jul 18

Boris Johnson launches stinging attack on May’s timid Brexit

Daily Mail Online 66 sources

The former foreign secretary waded back into the political fray as the Prime Minister struggles to contain open warfare in the Tory party.

Elon Musk apologises to Thai cave rescue hero for calling him 'pedo guy' and reveals what sparked anger behind slur

Mirror Online 157 sources

Diver Vern Unsworth had said he may sue Mr Musk over the insult which came after the incredible rescue of 12 schoolboys and their football coach

Thailand cave rescue: Schoolboys drank water from stalactites and used stones in futile bid to dig themselves out

Mirror Online 332 sources

The boys, wearing football shirts, and their coach told of their relief when two British divers found them trapped on a ledge

Google hit with record £3.8bn fine by EU

Sky News 274 sources

Google has been fined €4.34bn (£3.8bn) by the EU for abusing its control of the Android operating system by forcing vendors to pre-install its apps.

Tuesday, Jul 17

Trump flies home to storm after backing Putin over FBI

Sky News / US News 750 sources

Donald Trump flown back to the US and into a furious storm of controversy after suggesting he trusts Vladimir Putin over his own intelligence services.

May sees off rebellion on customs union as amendment is defeated

The Guardian 77 sources

Narrow Commons win for government follows earlier loss on medicines regulation

Vote Leave fined and reported to police by Electoral Commission

The Guardian 80 sources

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

Donald Trump sensationally admits Russia did interfere in the 2016 election

Metro.co.uk 197 sources

Trump made the about-face in an emergency statement Tuesday after a disastrous press conference with Vladimir Putin Monday - and 18 months of branding a probe into Russian meddling a witch hunt

Monday, Jul 16

Vladimir Putin: I wanted Donald Trump to win US election – live

The Guardian / US 459 sources

Russian president says he was in favour of Trump because he ‘spoke about normalising Russian relations’. Follow live updates

Cave diver mulls legal action over Musk's 'paedo' comment

Sky News / UK 134 sources

A British cave diver is considering taking legal action against Elon Musk after the US entrepreneur called him a 'paedo' on Twitter.

Trump 'treasonous' after siding with Putin on election meddling

The Guardian 167 sources

US president under fire after backing Kremlin at joint press conference with Russian leader

President Donald Trump dubs EU a 'foe' ahead of high-stakes summit with Russian leader Vladimir Putin

ITV / News 166 sources

The US president flew into Helsinki from Scotland ahead of talks at the Presidential Palace on Monday.

Sunday, Jul 15

Theresa May: Trump told me to sue the EU

BBC 115 sources

The PM reveals the advice the US president gave her on how to handle Brexit negotiations.

Tory Andrew Griffiths resigns over perverted demands he made in 2,000 texts sent to two barmaids

Mirror Online 19 sources

EXCLUSIVE: The new dad sent Imogen Treharne and her pal £700 and offered to rent a flat to meet for sex

Theresa May Threatens Tory Rebels With 'No Brexit At All'

Huffington Post UK 36 sources

Theresa May has warned Tory rebels seeking to wreck her blueprint to leave the EU that they could be left with “no Brexit at all” unless they fall into line.