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'Dinner with the Donald': Nigel Farage meets with Trump and senior advisers

Nigel Farage dined out with US president Donald Trump and some of his senior advisers on Saturday, just days after addressing American conservatives at a conference.

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Man arrested over escape of murderer released by police

Police have released a Liverpool man who was arrested over the escape of a murderer from custody.

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IS threat to UK as great as the IRA's in the 70s - terror laws watchdog

Islamic State militants pose a threat to Britain as great as the IRA's during its bombing campaign in the 1970s, the new terror laws watchdog has said.

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Smoking should be banned in NHS buildings and grounds - Public Health England

Health chiefs are calling for smoking to be completely banned in all NHS buildings and grounds.

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Jeremy Corbyn: Labour needed more than ever but we must stay united

Under-fire Jeremy Corbyn has insisted Labour and its policies are "needed more than ever" but told his party they must "remain united" if they are to win.

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Theresa May urged to use relationship with Donald Trump to reverse media ban

Theresa May should use her relationship with Donald Trump to ensure British media organisations are not affected by the US President's clampdown on the press, Tom Watson has said.

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Patrick McLoughlin insists Brexit Bill should go through Lords without changes

Theresa May will not back down in her battle with the House of Lords over Parliament getting a veto on the final Brexit deal despite a Tory rebellion threatening a defeat for the Government, the Conservative Party chairman has said.

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Woman tells of 'carnage' after five pedestrians hit by car

A woman who saw the aftermath of a car crash in which five people were mown down described her shock at the "carnage", saying she feared they were all dead.

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No sudden drop in immigration post-Brexit - Home Secretary

Immigration will not suddenly fall once Britain leaves the European Union, Home Secretary Amber Rudd has suggested.

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Spare military food supplies should go to army of homeless - Frank Field

A senior MP is calling for unwanted army food supplies to be given to the "army of the homeless" as it emerged the Ministry of Defence throws away thousands of food packages every year.

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No 10 policy unit chief criticised after defending disability benefit changes

The head of Theresa May's policy unit has been urged to apologise and was accused of dragging the Tories into "the gutter" after defending changes to disability benefits.

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Ukip's Patrick O'Flynn tells Arron Banks: 'Donate and don't seek to dictate'

Ukip in-fighting deepened as leader Paul Nuttall's principal political adviser slapped down major donor Arron Banks for threatening to pull his funding unless he is made party chairman.

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Shami Chakrabarti denies backing use of mobile phones in prisons

Shadow attorney general Shami Chakrabarti has denied reports that she backed prisoners being able to keep their mobile phones.

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'Bursting point' NHS has missed bed targets for five years - Labour

The NHS is at "bursting point" and has missed its bed occupancy targets for five years, the shadow health secretary has said.

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Woman charged over death of three-year-old boy attacked by dog

A woman has been charged over the death of a three-year-old boy who was attacked by a dog in Essex.

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Transport Secretary urges buyers to think twice about opting for diesel

Drivers should think long and hard before buying a diesel car, the Transport Secretary has said.

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Barclays customers left unable to use cards after 'technical difficulties'

Barclays customers were left unable to make payments using their cards after its digital services experienced "technical difficulties".

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Keyboard features alongside touchscreen on new BlackBerry smartphone

BlackBerry has unveiled a new smartphone that combines a touchscreen with a physical keyboard.

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CSA complaint cases 'taking more than a year to resolve'

It is "totally unacceptable" that people owed thousands of pounds back from the Government are having to wait more than a year to get their cases reviewed, an MP has said.

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Harriet Harman: I was encouraged to pity exceptionally beautiful girls

Labour former deputy leader Harriet Harman has revealed she and her three sisters were "encouraged to pity exceptionally beautiful girls" when they were growing up.

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