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Theresa May bids to save her Brexit deal but loses more MPs' support
Theresa May has launched a last-ditch bid to save her Brexit deal, but ended up losing more MPs' support.
Huawei founder: US actions 'underestimate our abilities'
The founder of Huawei has taken aim at Donald Trump, suggesting US restrictions on its business "underestimate our abilities".
'No more peanut butter and jelly sandwiches': Billionaire pays off students' debts
Graduating college students in Atlanta were left stunned when a billionaire technology investor told them he would wipe out their $40m (£31.4m) debts.
Jofra Archer picked in England World Cup squad, David Willey misses out
England have added Sussex paceman Jofra Archer to their 15-man squad for the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup, with David Willey the unfortunate man to miss out.
Jofra Archer inclusion in England World Cup squad '100 per cent the right call', says Nasser Hussain
Nasser Hussain has described England's 15-man squad for the ICC Cricket World Cup as "the best they have ever picked", adding that Jofra Archer's inclusion was "100 per cent the right call".
Nigel Farage: EU to investigate Brexit Party leader over 'undeclared' gifts
The EU is to investigate Nigel Farage over claims the Brexit Party leader failed to declare gifts worth up to a total of £450,000.
The surprising facts behind the declining UK steel industry
Here are two surprising facts which between them help explain why the UK steel industry seems to be in what looks like a perma-slump.
Nigel Farage: Elections watchdog 'coordinated' funding investigation with Gordon Brown
Nigel Farage has accused Britain's elections watchdog of performing a "coordinated move" with Gordon Brown to raise doubt about his Brexit Party's funding system.
Eoin Morgan admits leaving David Willey out of England World Cup squad was tough
Eoin Morgan has admitted leaving David Willey out of England's ICC World Cup squad was one of the hardest decisions he has been involved in.
EU elections: European Council President Donald Tusk urges voters to back Change UK
European Council President Donald Tusk is urging voters to back a Change UK candidate at this week's EU elections.
12 tornadoes threatening millions of homes in US Midwest
A dozen tornadoes have touched down in Oklahoma, threatening the homes of six million people.
1,000 redundancies as Jamie Oliver restaurant chain collapses
Administrators to Jamie Oliver's restaurant chain say 22 sites have closed resulting in 1,000 redundancies after the business collapsed.
'No stone unturned' to support British Steel amid collapse fears, says government
Ministers will leave "no stone unturned" in supporting the UK steel industry, MPs have been told, as the country's second largest producer teeters on the brink of collapse.