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Brexit: how long will the UK stay under the EU's rules? - Financial Times

One of the most contentious questions about Brexit is whether — and for how long — the UK will stay within the EU's legal order after leaving the bloc. Now the issue has become even more politically charged. UK and EU negotiators have recently ...

Royal fans flock to Bondi for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle for OneWave's Fluoro Friday - Daily Telegraph

Prince Harry and Prime Minister Scott Morrison have climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge to raise the flag for the Invictus Games. They were joined by Invictus ambassador Gwen Cherne whose husband, veteran Peter Cafe, took his own life last February.

Father killed on doorstep after confronting drug dealers - The Times

A father was murdered after challenging a group of drug dealers outside his home because he was worried about his children, his family have said. Ian Tomlin, 46, was found in a pool of blood in a stairwell of a housing estate in Battersea, southwest ...

Trump says it appears Khashoggi is dead and consequences may be 'severe' - The Guardian

Trump said 'it certainly looks that way' after briefing, ending administration's refusal to discuss journalist. Bethan McKernan in Istanbul Julian Borger in Washington. Thu 18 Oct 2018 18.13 EDT Last modified on Thu 18 Oct 2018 19.50 EDT. Share on ...

Migrant caravan: Mexico sends police to southern border - BBC News

Mexico has sent hundreds of police to its southern border as a caravan of thousands of Central American migrants approaches from Guatemala. The move came after President Donald Trump threatened to use military force to completely close the US-Mexico ...

Ban new petrol and diesel cars by 2032 instead of current 'unambitious' target, MPs say - The Independent

MPs have called for a ban on new petrol and diesel vehicles to be brought forward to 2032, calling current government plans “vague and unambitious”. Urging ministers to “get a grip”, the parliamentary business committee said the government must invest ...

Elderly M40 driver crashed days earlier - The Times

The brother of a man killed when he crashed into a car travelling the wrong way down a motorway has told of his anger after it emerged that the elderly driver had been involved in another accident days earlier. Dashcam footage posted on social media ...

Knife crimes and murders soar in violent Britain - The Times

Knife crime is the worst on record in England and Wales as drug turf wars and “county lines” gangs fuel violence. The number of killings soared to the highest level in a decade. Robbery, vehicle crime and burglary also rose as overall crime recorded by ...

Strictly pro Dianne Buswell SPLITS with boyfriend Anthony Quinlan amid claims she was 'getting too close to dance ... - Daily Mail

Strictly Come Dancing professional Diane Buswell has split up with her boyfriend Anthony Quinlan amid claims she was getting 'too close' to dance partner Joe Sugg. The Australian dancer, 29, called it quits with Emmerdale actor Anthony after he ...and more »

Anjem Choudary to cost taxpayer millions MORE as he could be moved to safe house - Express.co.uk

The government is making plans to protect the Islamic extremist, who was jailed in 2016 for being caught swearing an oath of allegiance to Islamic State (ISIS) and encouraging people to join him, which include putting him in a safe house. Choudary is ...