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US quitting UN Human Rights Council over 'chronic bias' - Belfast Telegraph

The United States has announced it is leaving the United Nations' Human Rights Council, with Ambassador Nikki Haley calling it “an organisation that is not worthy of its name”. It was the latest withdrawal by the Trump administration from an ...

Five injured after minor explosion at Southgate tube station in London - ITV News

Five people have been hurt following a "minor explosion" at Southgate tube station in London. Paramedics treated five patients at the scene during the incident shortly after 7pm on Tuesday evening - with two of those then taken to hospital. Police ...

Billy Caldwell's mother is director of cannabis oil company which helps fund his care - Telegraph.co.uk

A mother campaigning for medical marijuana to be available on the NHS is the director of a company which sells bottles of cannabis oil for more than £500. Charlotte Caldwell is the sole director of Billy's Bud Ltd, a cannabis oil distributor named ...

Trump backs out of joint G7 communique after accusing 'meek and mild' Trudeau of 'false statements' - The Independent

Donald Trump has rejected an agreement signed off by the leaders of countries at the G7 summit in Canada despite earlier having appeared to endorse the joint statement vowing to fight back against protectionism and pledging to follow established trade ...and more »

'I hope O2 ABC is not overlooked': Fans and artists remember iconic music venue in wake of devastating fire - Evening Times

In the wake of a fire which has devastated the Glasgow School of Art, music artists and members of the public are urging people not to overlook the iconic O2 ABC which has also suffered extensive damage as a result of the inferno. The venue has not ...and more »

95% of UK burglaries and robberies not solved, data suggests - The Guardian

Scotland Yard said burglary presented particular challenges in tracking down culprits. Photograph: Kirsty O'Connor/PA. Britain's largest police force has said it is doing all it can to bring thieves to justice after figures suggested 95% of burglaries ...and more »

PM on Grenfell: I do not know why official help took so long to come - The Guardian

The prime minister has admitted she still does not know why it took so long for the authorities to help the victims of the Grenfell Tower fire. Survivors have repeatedly complained about the lack of a co-ordinated official response in the hours and ...

Let's talk about how NHS spends our money - The Times

Weeks — months — of furious speculation, and it all boiled down to a simple set of numbers. Would the settlement be closer to 3 per cent or 4 per cent? For five years or ten? Could Theresa May hit the magic figure of £350 million a week? Would Philip ...and more »

Q and A: Understanding the controversy over separating families at the border - Washington Post

President Trump is facing an escalating humanitarian and political crisis at the Mexican border as migrant parents are increasingly separated from their children under his new immigration enforcement policy. But Trump and top administration officials ...

Intelligence chief wades into Brexit security row - The Times

The head of GCHQ made an unprecedented intervention in the dispute with Brussels over post-Brexit security by spelling out yesterday how British intelligence had saved European lives. Jeremy Fleming, director of the surveillance agency, revealed that ...