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Lords vote to give Parliament 'meaningful vote' on final deal in blow to Theresa May - The Independent

Theresa May has suffered a major defeat on her Brexit plans in the Lords putting her on collision course for a fresh Commons showdown with her pro-EU backbenchers. Peers voted by 354 to 235 – a majority of 119 – to give Parliament a “meaningful vote ...

The Latest: England, Tunisia 1-1 at halftime in Volgograd - Daily Mail

England and Tunisia are level at 1-1 at halftime in their World Cup opener in Volgograd. Tunisia's Ferjani Sassi, left, celebrates with teammate Anice Badri after scoring from the penalty spot his side's first goal during a group G match against ...

Trump turns his fire on Germany over immigration - Financial Times

Donald Trump has accused Angela Merkel of allowing immigrants to “violently” change Germany's culture, lashing out at the beleaguered chancellor even as he faced international outcry for separating children from migrant parents at the US border.

Three graffiti artists killed by train at Loughborough Junction - The Guardian

BTP's Supt Matthew Allingham said the men's injuries were consistent with being hit by a train. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA. Three graffiti artists have been killed by a freight train on tracks in south-west London, prompting expressions of grief and ...

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

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Donald Trump says US will not be a 'migrant camp' - The Guardian

President defends controversial practice of separating migrant children from their parents at the border. Q&A: why are families being separated at the US border? Lauren Gambino in Washington and Jamiles Lartey in New Orleans. Mon 18 Jun 2018 13.00 ...

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 »

Housing Inequality In Kensington And Chelsea Reeks - Fixing It Will Be Grenfell's Legacy - HuffPost UK

Tony Benn once said: 'We are not here to manage capitalism, but to change society and to define its finer values.' Tony was a lifelong resident of Kensington and helped us with local campaigning whenever he could. I'd like to think he's smiling down on ...and more »

World Cup analysis: Belgium should hold no fear for England but physical Panama could cause problems - Evening Standard

Belgium overcame a slow start to defeat debutants Panama 3-0 in their opening World Cup game in Sochi. A stunner from Dries Mertens and two from Romelu Lukaku was eventually enough to down the Panamanians in their first World Cup appearance.