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Juncker wants to avoid no-deal, but it doesn't mean it won't happen
The last day of October is a big day for Brussels. It is supposed to be Britain's last day as a member of the European Union - but that could change.
Eddie Jones and England ready for World Cup 'rollercoaster'
Eddie Jones has declared that England are ready for the twists and turns of the World Cup rollercoaster after opting to face Tonga with all guns blazing.
Millions across the world call for urgent action on climate change
Millions of people in 139 countries are expected to take to the streets to call for urgent measures to tackle climate change.
Boris Johnson's reasons for suspension 'cannot be true', says John Major
Boris Johnson has been accused of lying about his reasons for suspending parliament for five weeks - by his predecessor Sir John Major's lawyer.
UK has 11 days to submit new Brexit plan 'or it is over' - Finland PM
The UK needs to submit its new Brexit deal proposal to the EU by the end of September or it will be "over", according to Finland's prime minister.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer: Right call for Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez to leave Manchester United
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer insists he was right to let Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez leave Manchester United, after Mason Greenwood spared his side's blushes in the Europa League on Thursday night.
Justin Trudeau: My privilege stopped me seeing blackface as racist
Canada's prime minister has said "the layers of privilege" he has benefited from meant he did not see that dressing up in blackface was racist.
Dave wins Mercury Prize as fellow rapper slowthai holds up fake Boris Johnson head on stage
Rapper Dave has won this year's Mercury Prize at a politically charged ceremony, hugging his mum on stage after picking up the award.
Leaked classified 'UFO footage' is real, US Navy confirms
Three videos purporting to be leaked military footage of UFOs are genuine, the US Navy has revealed.
England at full strength for World Cup opener against Tonga
England will launch their World Cup campaign with all guns blazing after naming their strongest available side for Sunday's clash with Tonga at the Sapporo Dome.
Blackface images 'nightmare' for liberal superstar Trudeau
Justin Trudeau isn't sure how many times he dressed up in black or brownface - which is perhaps the most troubling part of this story.
BMW PGA: Rory McIlroy problems technical, not mental, says Ewen Murray
Rory McIlroy was three under after five holes but stumbled to a 76 on day one of the BMW PGA Championship at Wentworth, so why did his day go so wrong after such a bright start? Ewen Murray offers an explanation ...
'Progress' as Britain shares partial plans with EU to break Brexit deadlock
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has said he thinks progress is being made, after Britain submitted written documents to the EU to try to break the Brexit deadlock.
Turkey's steel imports into Europe a 'problem' for the industry, says Liberty House boss
Turkey's steel imports into Europe are a "greater problem" for the industry than the slowdown in demand from car makers, the boss of Europe's third largest steelmaker has told Sky News.
HMS Prince of Wales: Tight squeeze for 'extraordinary' UK aircraft carrier in maiden voyage
Britain's newest aircraft carrier has squeezed out of its dockyard for the first time before starting nine weeks of sea trials.
Rapper slowthai holds up fake Boris Johnson head on stage at Mercury Prize ceremony
Rapper slowthai caused controversy at the Mercury Prize ceremony after holding up an effigy of Boris Johnson's head on stage at the end of his performance.
Huawei Mate 30: New Huawei phone to launch without Google apps
The latest flagship smartphone from Huawei will launch without crucial Google apps and services due a US trade ban on the company.
Six people shot just two miles from the White House
A man has been killed and five injured in a shooting on the streets of Washington DC.
Bank of England warns further Brexit uncertainty will damage economy
The Bank of England has warned that extended uncertainty over Brexit could lead to further damage for the UK economy.