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Corbyn's choice to fight Copeland byelection rejected by local party - The Guardian;

Corbyn's choice to fight Copeland byelection rejected by local party - The Guardian

The GuardianCorbyn's choice to fight Copeland byelection rejected by local partyThe GuardianJeremy Corbyn is understood to have preferred Rachel Holliday, who had only recently joined the party. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images. Jessica Elgot. Friday 20 January 2017 06.29 EST Last modified on Friday 20 January 2017 06.31 EST.When is the Copeland by-election and who are the candidates? Odds, timetable and everything you need to knowMirror.co.ukLabour picks Gillian Troughton to fight Copeland by-electionNew StatesmanLabour appoints former doctor as by-election candidateITV NewsInternational Business Times UK -The Westmorland Gazette -Business Insider UK -Sky Newsall 9 news articles »

Brexit: Philip Hammond warns deal 'will take years' - BBC News;

Brexit: Philip Hammond warns deal 'will take years' - BBC News

BBC NewsBrexit: Philip Hammond warns deal 'will take years'BBC NewsChancellor Philip Hammond has warned the process of exiting the EU is likely to last long beyond the two year time frame stipulated by law. He said the UK's exit was not just about negotiating a free trade deal, and could involve talks on migration ...Philip Hammond: Interim Brexit set-up possible if deal not settled in two yearsBelfast TelegraphDavos 2017: Hammond threatens to leave economic mainstream without good Brexit deal - live!The GuardianPhilip Hammond says Brexit squeeze is starting to hit UK householdsFinancial TimesThe Independent -Daily Mail -Wall Street Journal -Bloombergall 43 news articles »

Murder investigation launched after teenager fatally attacked yards from Wembley Stadium - Mirror.co.uk;

Murder investigation launched after teenager fatally attacked yards from Wembley Stadium - Mirror.co.uk

Mirror.co.ukMurder investigation launched after teenager fatally attacked yards from Wembley StadiumMirror.co.ukA murder probe has been launched after a teenager was fatally attack just yards from Wembley Stadium. The man, in his late teens, was found injured on Fulton Road, near the stadium in north London, at around 1.15am and died at the scene a short time ...Murder probe launched after teenager killed in street near Wembley StadiumEvening StandardWembley murder: Man arrested after teen found dead near Wembley StadiumgetwestlondonCops launch murder investigation after teenager was killed in the street close to Wembley StadiumThe Scottish Sunall 6 news articles »

Labour MPs could vote against leadership on Brexit - BBC News;

Labour MPs could vote against leadership on Brexit - BBC News

Belfast TelegraphLabour MPs could vote against leadership on BrexitBBC NewsDozens of Labour MPs might be prepared to go against the party's leadership if there is a vote on starting the Brexit process, the BBC understands. Jeremy Corbyn has said all his MPs will be told to approve the triggering of Article 50 because they ...Politics Live - readers' edition: Friday 20 JanuaryThe Guardian (blog)Labour MPs rebel over Jeremy Corbyn's stance on Brexit voteFinancial TimesBrexit: Labour in 'utter chaos' over Article 50 voteThe Week UKHuffington Post UK -STV News -BBC News -Telegraph.co.ukall 31 news articles »

Donald Trump inauguration: UK demonstrators mobilise against Trump - The Independent;

Donald Trump inauguration: UK demonstrators mobilise against Trump - The Independent

The IndependentDonald Trump inauguration: UK demonstrators mobilise against TrumpThe IndependentA banner reading “Build bridges not walls” has been draped across London's Tower Bridge as thousands of people all over Britain prepare to protest against Donald Trump's inauguration as US President. The Tower Bridge banner was unveiled soon after ...British protesters tell Trump from Tower Bridge: "Build bridges not walls"Daily MailBridges not Walls: Anti-Donald Trump protests take place across UK ahead of inaugurationInternational Business Times UKScottish Anti-Trump protesters hang banners ahead of inauguration as part of UK-wide protestScottish Daily RecordEvening Standard -Irish Times -Bath Chronicle -Yahoo News UKall 27 news articles »

M25 traffic: Delays as huge lorry fire closes motorway in both directions near Brentwood - Evening Standard;

M25 traffic: Delays as huge lorry fire closes motorway in both directions near Brentwood - Evening Standard

Evening StandardM25 traffic: Delays as huge lorry fire closes motorway in both directions near BrentwoodEvening StandardA huge lorry fire forced the M25 to close in both directions during the Friday morning rush hour. Motorists were facing long days throughout the morning after the vehicle broke out in flames at around 7.30am near Brentwood, Essex. Traffic was ...M25 lorry fire sees all lanes closed in both directions as huge blaze sparks three mile tail backsThe SunLorry catches fire on M25 causing chaos for Suffolk and Essex drivers using the roadEast Anglian Daily TimesM25 rush-hour traffic problems as motorists avoided M23 multi-vehicle collisionGet SurreyYOURTHUROCK -Hertfordshire Mercury -JOE.co.uk -Essex Liveall 16 news articles »

Salmond: Scots will back independence at second referendum - STV News;

Salmond: Scots will back independence at second referendum - STV News

STV NewsSalmond: Scots will back independence at second referendumSTV NewsThe former First Minister said a second vote on the issue is 'very likely' to happen. Independence: Alex Salmond has talked up the prospect of a second referendum. SNS. Scotland will vote for independence within the next two years, former First ...Nick Robinson spears 'DELUDED' Salmond over IndyRef 2 claims in brutal BBC interviewExpress.co.ukScotland will vote for independence in two years-SalmondDaily MailMay urges Scots voters 'tell Sturgeon you don't want a second independence referendum'Scottish Daily RecordConservative Home -Yahoo7 News -BBC News -The Straits Timesall 39 news articles »

Ian Paisley thanks Martin McGuinness after his retirement - Daily Mail;

Ian Paisley thanks Martin McGuinness after his retirement - Daily Mail

Daily MailIan Paisley thanks Martin McGuinness after his retirementDaily MailUnionist MP Ian Paisley has said 'thank you' to Martin McGuinness after the IRA Commander turned Sinn Fein politician quit frontline politics. Mr McGuinness announced last night he would not run for re-election to the Northern Ireland Assembly as he ...Watch: Ian Paisley thanks Martin McGuinness for 'saving lives and helping rebuild our country'Belfast TelegraphWhat we can learn from Martin McGuinness' journey from paramilitary to political leaderCity A.M.What illness has Martin McGuinness got and what is amyloidosis? Causes, prognosis and treatment of the rare conditionThe Sunthe Irish News -Derry Journal -WFMZ Allentown -Belfast Newsletterall 138 news articles »

Scottish drivers face pollution charges in battle against climate change - Telegraph.co.uk;

Scottish drivers face pollution charges in battle against climate change - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukScottish drivers face pollution charges in battle against climate changeTelegraph.co.ukDrivers of highly polluting vehicles could be charged to go into the centre of one of Scotland's cities from next year, the Scottish Government has announced. Ministers intend to pilot a “low emission zone” designed to keep the worst polluting vehicles ...Scotland's papers: Trump centre stage and pollution chargeBBC NewsScotland sets ambitious goal of 66% emissions cut within 15 yearsThe GuardianLeader comment: We should all aim for more sustainable energyScotsmanExpress.co.uk -Third Force News -Herald Scotland -SNP (press release)all 17 news articles »

World War Two bomb removed from River Thames and exploded - BBC News;

World War Two bomb removed from River Thames and exploded - BBC News

The Express TribuneWorld War Two bomb removed from River Thames and explodedBBC NewsAn unexploded World War Two bomb found in the River Thames has been removed and exploded. The operation by the Royal Navy and Metropolitan Police forced Waterloo Bridge, Westminster Bridge and Victoria Embankment in central London to shut.Royal Navy removes WWII bomb from River Thames in LondonDaily MailWestminster World War Two bomb towed away and disposed of by Royal NavyEvening StandardUnexploded WWII bomb pulled from river ThamesThe GuardianThe Sun -Daily Star -Belfast Telegraph -City A.M.all 72 news articles »

Buildings evacuated in major gas leak in Liverpool - BBC News;

Buildings evacuated in major gas leak in Liverpool - BBC News

BBC NewsBuildings evacuated in major gas leak in LiverpoolBBC NewsHundreds of people have had to leave buildings in Liverpool city centre following a major gas leak caused by a ruptured pipe. Offices and student flats were evacuated in London Road after the leak occurred at 13:50 GMT near Moss Street. It later ...Liverpool city centre gas leak - how do I get home?Liverpool EchoLiverpool city centre shut down after major gas leak as thousands flee causing 'absolute chaos'The SunLiverpool city centre shut after major gas leakDaily MailMirror.co.uk -Wirral Globeall 9 news articles »

Tristram Hunt warns Jeremy Corbyn he faces losing traditional Labour voters over Brexit - Mirror.co.uk;

Tristram Hunt warns Jeremy Corbyn he faces losing traditional Labour voters over Brexit - Mirror.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukTristram Hunt warns Jeremy Corbyn he faces losing traditional Labour voters over BrexitMirror.co.ukIn his last speech as an MP, he warned the party's official priorities were out of step with those of traditionally Labour voters in his constituency. Share; Comments. ByMikey Smith. 17:52, 18 JAN 2017; Updated 18:07, 18 JAN 2017. News. Share; Comments.Ukip leader Nuttall set to contest Stoke seatFinancial TimesUkip's Paul Nuttall fight for Brexit-supporting Stoke seatDaily MailWant your team to succeed? Try taking a step backNew StatesmanTelegraph.co.uk -Huffington Post UK -ITV News -Business Insiderall 35 news articles »

Wheelchair user 'delighted' to win Supreme Court bus spaces ruling - BT.com;

Wheelchair user 'delighted' to win Supreme Court bus spaces ruling - BT.com

BT.comWheelchair user 'delighted' to win Supreme Court bus spaces rulingBT.comDisabled traveller Doug Paulley has said he is "absolutely delighted" after winning a Supreme Court ruling that drivers must do more to ensure wheelchair users are given priority spaces on buses. 0 ...Wheelchair victory in bus space court battleSky NewsBus drivers can now refuse to move on if mums with prams don't give up their spaces for wheelchairsYorkshire PostWheelchair users in Supreme Court victory over pushchairs over who gets priority space on busesBirmingham MailThe Guardian -Exeter Express and Echo -Bristol Post -The Week UKall 37 news articles »

Boris compares threat of 'punishment' over Brexit to Nazis - Daily Mail;

Boris compares threat of 'punishment' over Brexit to Nazis - Daily Mail

Daily MailBoris compares threat of 'punishment' over Brexit to NazisDaily MailBoris Johnson is facing a furious backlash tonight after comparing EU threats to 'punish' Britain over Brexit to Nazi-style treatment of escape attempts in World War II. The Foreign Secretary incurred the wrath of European politicians just a day after ...Boris Johnson triggers Brexit talks row with 'punishment beatings' remarkBT.comBrexit memo to Boris Johnson: Don't mention the WarBBC NewsThe Great British cake plan is no more – that's what Brussels heard May sayThe GuardianITV News -The Independent -Huffington Post UK -Sky Newsall 74 news articles »

Investigation into University of Sussex lecturer unearths further reports of alleged harassment and sexual abuse - Telegraph.co.uk;

Investigation into University of Sussex lecturer unearths further reports of alleged harassment and sexual abuse - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.ukInvestigation into University of Sussex lecturer unearths further reports of alleged harassment and sexual abuseTelegraph.co.ukA series of alleged harassment and sexual abuse cases has been unearthed at the University of Sussex as a report into an abusive lecturer revealed a series of previously unknown complaints. The independent review of the university's response to ...Sussex University failed duty of care to student assault victim, inquiry findsThe IndependentUniversity 'took too long to suspend lecturer'Daily MailUniversity apologises for letting lecturer keep working after beating student girlfriend and pouring salt in her eyesMirror.co.ukITV News -Daily Star -Belfast Telegraph -The Argusall 11 news articles »

Armed siege after man barricades himself in with baby - Daily Mail;

Armed siege after man barricades himself in with baby - Daily Mail

Daily MailArmed siege after man barricades himself in with babyDaily MailArmed police have ended a siege after a man barricaded himself inside a house with an eight-month-old baby. Merseyside Police's gun and gang crime unit surrounded the house in Birkenhead after a raid in an investigation into the growing of cannabis.Birkenhead house disturbance: Armed police rescue baby and arrest manBBC NewsMan barricaded himself and an eight-month-old baby inside house sparking police siegeLiverpool EchoMan, 25, arrested after stand off with policeITV Newsall 7 news articles »

GCHQ seeks teenage girls to join cyber security fight - BBC News;

GCHQ seeks teenage girls to join cyber security fight - BBC News

BBC NewsGCHQ seeks teenage girls to join cyber security fightBBC NewsTeenage girls who spend a lot of time online and on social media could become the UK's spies of the future, Britain's intelligence agency hopes. GCHQ is launching a competition with the aim of encouraging more girls to think about a career in cyber ...The new 'Jane Bond': Social-media savvy teenage girls targeted for recruitment by security servicesTelegraph.co.ukGirls to take part in GCHQ event to find cyber spies of the futureDaily MailGCHQ to recruit social media savvy teenage girls as female spiesInternational Business Times UKHuffington Post UK -Inquirer -Newsweek -The Sunall 12 news articles »

First China to UK train arrives in London loaded with millions of SOCKS - The Scottish Sun

First China to UK train arrives in London loaded with millions of SOCKSThe Scottish SunTHE FIRST-EVER freight train service from China to the UK has arrived in Britain – with its cargo of millions of socks. The service completed its 7,500-mile journey at Barking's rail freight terminal in East London, earlier today. The first-ever ...and more »

Judge rules David Goodwillie & David Robertson raped woman - Daily Mail;

Judge rules David Goodwillie & David Robertson raped woman - Daily Mail

Daily MailJudge rules David Goodwillie & David Robertson raped womanDaily MailTwo professional footballers raped a mother-of-one in in her flat when she was too drunk to consent to sex, a judge has ruled. Despite never facing a criminal trial, ex-Scotland footballer David Goodwillie and his former Dundee United colleague David ...Judge rules footballers David Robertson and David Goodwillie raped womanThe GuardianFootballers Goodwillie and Robertson ruled as rapistsBBC NewsWoman speaks of 'harrowing' case after judge rules David Goodwillie raped herPlymouth HeraldThe Courier -Telegraph.co.uk -Herald Scotland -Metroall 21 news articles »