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Former PM Sir John Major: Brexit voters made a 'historic mistake'
Former prime minister Sir John Major has said it was a "historic mistake" that a majority of voters opted to leave the European Union.
Brexit bill to be defeated by Lords over EU nationals' rights
The House of Lords is set to give the Government its first defeat on the Article 50 Brexit bill as early as Wednesday on the issue of protecting the rights of EU nationals.
SpaceX to fly two tourists around the Moon next year
SpaceX has announced plans to fly two private citizens around the Moon next year, in the first manned US mission since the 1970s.
Cowell burglar convicted of £1m jewellery raid
A man has been convicted of stealing jewellery worth nearly £1m from the west London home of entertainment mogul Simon Cowell.
Firms start to act in self-defence as Brexit looms - BCC survey
British businesses have already started setting up shadow units on the continent and shifting investment to the other side of the UK border in Ireland, according to a new report on Brexit from Britain's leading business lobby group.
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Tunisia terror attack: Most deaths in Sousse massacre 'avoidable'
A member of the Tunisian committee which investigated the terror attack in Sousse says better planning could have prevented many of the deaths.
Petition calling for Obama to be French president reaches 40,000
A petition aiming to persuade Barack Obama to run for the French presidency in 2017 has been signed by more than 40,000 people.
Child migrant David Hill tells sex abuse inquiry: 'Name villains'
A former child migrant who broke down giving evidence to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse has called for the "villains" to be named.
Child abuse inquiry in email addresses blunder
The email addresses of people who registered to a child abuse victims forum have been shared with others in a blunder by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sex Abuse.