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Little hope or expectation for a Brexit breakthrough as Theresa May heads to Brussels
The prime minister heads to Brussels today with little expectation of unlocking the further progress on Brexit that had been hoped for this month.
What will happen at 'moment of truth' Brexit summit? Who knows!
It's honestly very hard to know how the next two days will play out.
Trump: Khashoggi case 'guilty until proven innocent' like Kavanaugh
Donald Trump has compared Saudi Arabia being accused of murdering journalist Jamal Khashoggi to Brett Kavanaugh being accused of sexual assault.
Paddington station closed after damage to electric wires
No trains are running in or out of London Paddington this morning after disruption which started overnight.
50,000 children at risk from 'toxic trio' of abuse, addiction and mental health issues
Around 50,000 vulnerable children under the age of five are living in households with a "toxic trio" of domestic abuse, drug or alcohol addiction, and mental health problems.
Housebuilder profit warning amid Brexit uncertainty
Housebuilder Crest Nicholson has warned that profits will be lower than expected after buyers were put off by "political and economic uncertainties".
Dangerous dogs law needs changing, says MPs' committee
Dangerous dog laws are inconsistent and demonstrate a disregard for animal welfare, according to a new report.
Netflix shares leap after subscriber base surges by seven million
Shares in online streaming service Netflix have risen 14% in after-hours trading after it reported its subscribers had increased by seven million.
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Man Booker Prize: Milkman author Anna Burns first Northern Irish writer to win
Anna Burns has become the first Northern Irish writer to win the renowned Man Booker Prize for her novel Milkman.