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Police officer killed while investigating burglary  The police officer who was killed while attending reports of a burglary late last night was dragged along by a vehicle, Thames Valley police have said. PC Andrew Harper, who...
Psychoanalyst puts Brexit Britain on the couch. Part 3: Lewes  Fear, loathing and frustration over Britain’s departure from the EU have created fault lines throughout the country. In the latest installment of our series...
Hong Kong protests continue as Cathay Pacific CEO resigns  The chief executive of Hong Kong’s airline Cathay Pacific has resigned – after some of its employees took part in anti-government protests – saying the airline had been ...
Stormzy to fund two more Cambridge students  The Grime star Stormzy says he is funding the costs of two more students from minority backgrounds to study at Cambridge. It follows his decision last year to support two students...
Thousands gather for 200th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre  Thousands of people have been taking part in a ceremony in Manchester today, marking the 200th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre – when it’s thought 18 people...
Donald Trump asks to buy Greenland from Denmark  Thousands of people have been taking part in a ceremony in Manchester today, marking the 200th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre – when it’s thought 18 people were killed and...
Tear gas and arrests in Zimbabwe during anti-government protests  Police in Zimbabwe have fired tear gas and waded in with batons to break up an anti-government protest in the capital, Harare – injuring several people and...
Exclusive: Met Police decided not to conduct full investigation into court claims of sex trafficking of girl in Prince Andrew photo  The Met Police decided not to conduct a ‘full investigation’ into allegations a 17 year old...
Climate change hitting remote Greenland communities hard  July was the hottest month on Earth since records began, according to meteorologists. All this week we’ve been reporting from Greenland on the dramatic impact global...
China sends paramilitary police to the Hong Kong border amid escalating protests  Donald Trump has urged the Chinese President to personally meet with protestors in Hong Kong, after weeks of violent clashes between the police...
Proportion of students getting top A-levels drops to lowest level in a decade  The proportion of students who achieved top A-level grades has fallen to its lowest level in more than a decade. Teenagers in England, Wales and...
Drug deaths hit record levels in England and Wales  Drug-related deaths in England and Wales are the highest they have ever been. New figures show there were more than 4,000 deaths from drug poisoning last year, nearly 3...
Gibraltar releases seized Iranian tanker despite US attempts to block  Gibraltar has released a seized Iranian oil tanker, despite a last-minute attempt by the US to block it. The Grace 1 was seized by British Royal Marines...
Could Corbyn lead an anti-no deal government?  Less than a day after Jeremy Corbyn sent his proposal to opposition parties – it has already hit trouble. The Liberal Democrats’ staunch refusal to support Mr Corbyn as a caretaker ...
How does the farming sector need to adapt in the face of global warming?  Our North of England Correspondent Clare Fallon has been meeting environmentalists in Yorkshire who are working to restore the land’s ability to capture...
Greta Thunberg sets sail from UK to attend New York and Chile climate summits  The teenage climate activist Greta Thunberg has set sail from Plymouth on board an eco-friendly yacht, bound for UN summits on global warming in New ...
Charities say half a million UK kids risk hunger as parents struggle to afford food over summer  Half a million children across England are at risk of going hungry during the long summer holidays, when schools are closed and...
Syrian army closes in on rebel stronghold in Idlib province  Syrian troops are said to be closing in on a key rebel stronghold in Idlib province after capturing five villages in the northwest. 
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