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Beluga whale spotted in River Thames in 'most southerly sighting ever'

Mirror Online 34 sources

Ecologist Dave Andrews posted footage online showing a creature popping out of the water a number of times

Thailand: UK millionaire and wife found murdered

BBC 24 sources

The bodies of a British man and his Thai wife are found buried in what police suspect was a contract killing.

Michael Kors snaps up Versace for $2.1bn

BBC / Business 76 sources

US fashion firm confirms takeover of the legendary brand founded by Gianni Versace in 1978.

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Life expectancy progress in UK 'stops for first time'

BBC 9 sources

Improvements have ground to a halt for the first time since records began, in 1982, ONS data shows.

Bill Cosby a 'sexually violent predator'

BBC / US / Canada 121 sources

The comedian, 81, must undergo counselling for life and appear on the sex offenders' registry.

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Ryanair to cancel 190 flights on Friday across Europe

BBC / Business 15 sources

Unions say Ryanair faces its biggest day of industrial action as they fight for better conditions.

LIVE: Pret gives evidence at inquest into girl's allergy death

Sky News / UK 12 sources

Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, 15, who had numerous allergies, collapsed on the flight from London to Nice on 17 July 2016. 12:00, UK, Tuesday 25 September 2018. Ednan-Laperouse family. Key points: Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, 15, had a severe…

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China Rules Out New Talks with US to Resolve Trade Dispute

Voice of America 54 sources

China says it is impossible to hold trade talks with the United States with a new round of tariffs in place.

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400-Year-Old Shipwreck Laden With Spices And Cannons Found Off Coast Of Portugal

The shipwreck of a vessel returning to Portugal from India laden with spices 400 years ago has been found off the coast of Lisbon.

Nurse killed herself weeks after Manchester bomb attack

A newly qualified nurse who treated victims of the Manchester Arena bomb attack took her own life weeks after, an inquest heard. Clara Malagon, 22, suffered from bouts of depression and had been prescribed antidepressants, a hearing was…

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Labour: We're not ruling out Remain as an option

Sky News / US News 14 sources

Labour's shadow Brexit secretary Sir Keir Starmer has insisted "nobody is ruling out Remain as an option" in a fresh referendum on the UK's relationship with the EU.

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British cyclist Mike Hall died almost instantly in crash, inquest told

The Times / News 5 sources

The British ultra-endurance cyclist Mike Hall died almost instantly when he was hit by a car during the final stage of a transcontinental race in Australia last year, an inquest has heard. The hearing, which opened in Canberra today, was…

Gary Numan 'devastated' by tour bus fatality

BBC 25 sources

The pop star cancels a show in Cleveland after a fatal accident involving his tour bus.

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'No preference' for EU migrants after Brexit

BBC 16 sources

Workers should face the same rules regardless of where they are from, the cabinet unanimously agrees.

Swedish PM Lofven ousted in no confidence vote

BBC.com 49 sources

Stefan Lofven loses a vote of confidence weeks after a general election and will have to stand down.

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UK bank customers lost £500m to scams in first half of 2018

Figure includes £145m lost to authorised payment scams such as paying in advance for non-existent product

US and Iranian leaders set for showdown at United Nations

The Times / Life 8 sources

President Trump and his Iranian counterpart will offer duelling addresses to the United Nations today after threats of new US sanctions and a claim from the Supreme Leader that American allies funded an attack on a Revolutionary Guard…

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Cabinet backs skills-based immigration system with no preference for EU workers

ITV / News 16 sources

Yesterday’s Cabinet meeting also saw Theresa May tell ministers to hold their nerve as Brexit negotiations hit a difficult stage.

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Kavanaugh denies assault in TV interview with wife

Sky News / World 85 sources

Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee has said there is no corroboration over claims he sexually assaulted a woman at a party during high school.

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US: Myanmar Military Led 'Extreme' Violence Against Rohingya

Voice of America 30 sources

A U.S. government investigation has found that Myanmar's military targeted Rohingya civilians indiscriminately and often with "extreme brutality'' in a coordinated campaign to drive the minority Muslims out of the country.

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Brett Kavanaugh: Embattled Trump nominee 'not going anywhere'

BBC / News 36 sources

The Supreme Court pick says he is "not going to let false accusations" force his withdrawal.

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Travel 'disruption' to flights, coaches and buses anticipated in event of no-deal Brexit

ITV / News 28 sources

The Government has published a total of 77 technical notices from aviation to motor insurance to taking your pet abroad.

Monday, Sep 24

Rosenstein 'to offer resignation'

BBC.com 307 sources

Rod Rosenstein, the man overseeing the Trump-Russia probe, is en route to White House amid reports he will offer to quit.

McDonnell: new Brexit referendum should not include remain option

The Guardian 47 sources

Shadow chancellor says he would back second referendum but only if it is a ‘vote on the deal itself’

US tells Iran to 'look in the mirror' after Ahvaz attack

BBC.com 138 sources

The US ambassador to the UN dismisses claims Gulf states and the US enabled a deadly attack in Iran.

Schoolgirl Natasha Ednan-Laperouse begged 'Daddy, help me' after allergic reaction on flight to Nice, inquest hears

ITV / News 17 sources

Father relives final moments with daughter as she collapsed on a BA Flight after eating Pret A Manger baguette.

Sunday, Sep 23

Reuters: Significance of attack on military parade in Iran

KyivPost 212 sources

A deadly assault on an Iranian Revolutionary Guards parade dealt a stunning blow to Iran’s security establishment, which has often said it can repel any threat no matter how big, even from the United States and its chief Middle East ally…

Theresa May’s aides ‘planning snap general election’

Metro.co.uk 16 sources

To push Brexit through Parliament the Prime Minister might need more MPs on her side.

Pret a Manger and BA face questions over girl’s allergy death on plane

The Guardian 21 sources

Inquest into death of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse will focus on food packaging ‘loophole’ and cabin crew’s training

Man 'with Taser' arrested at Buckingham Palace

Sky News / US News 43 sources

A man has been arrested at Buckingham Palace on suspicion of possessing a firearm, police have said.

Saturday, Sep 22

Iran military parade attacked by gunmen in Ahvaz

BBC / News 355 sources

Iran blames "terrorists backed by a foreign regime" for the attack which killed soldiers and civilians.

'Don't mistake British politeness for weakness', Jeremy Hunt tells EU

The Guardian 31 sources

The foreign secretary said EU leaders should not ‘insult the British people on social media’

Chas Hodges dead - Chas And Dave star died age 74 after losing cancer battle

Mirror Online 54 sources

The musician was receiving treatment for oesophageal cancer recently his official Twitter account confirmed.

Friday, Sep 21

Brexit: Chequers plan still 'credible', says minister

BBC 78 sources

Cabinet minister says 'tough words' are to be expected - as EU says Chequers 'won't work'.

EU brands PM 'uncompromising' over Brexit ultimatum

Sky News / US News 149 sources

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".

RBS group online and mobile banking services down

Sky News / Business 52 sources

RBS customers across the banking group's three outlets have been left locked out their accounts as they tried to access online banking or mobile apps.

Lake Victoria Tanzania ferry disaster death toll hits 126

BBC / News 144 sources

Many more are feared dead after the overcrowded vessel overturned on Lake Victoria on Thursday.

Thursday, Sep 20

Storm Ali batters British Isles

BBC 90 sources

A woman and man have died, travel is disrupted and power lines are cut as Storm Ali hits the British Isles.

Theresa May warns she is willing to force No Deal Brexit unless EU leaders compromise in eight weeks

Daily Mail Online 24 sources

In a blunt ultimatum, the Prime Minister ruled out any delay to Britain’s departure from the EU in March next year – and said she would never consider a second referendum.

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

Sky News 78 sources

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.

EU official: Time running out on Brexit

CNN / World 67 sources

The European Union's top political representative issued a stark Brexit warning on Wednesday: Time is running out and there are still huge hurdles to conquer before a divorce agreement can be reached with the United Kingdom.