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FTSE falls as investors shun 'laughing stock' UK  Britain's FTSE 100 traded in negative territory this morning as Theresa May faces a vote of no-confidence later after her Brexit deal was defeated.
Poll: Public says UK 'in crisis' but opposes no-confidence vote  The majority of the public thinks the country is in crisis - but despite this, they do not want MPs to bring down Theresa May's government, a Sky Data poll...
Tottenham defender Aurier arrested  Tottenham defender Serge Aurier was arrested on suspicion of assault after police were called to his home in Hertfordshire on Saturday.
Boulter campaign ended by Sabalenka  British No 2 Katie Boulter was knocked out of the Australian Open in the second round by in-form 11th seed Aryna Sabalenka in Melbourne.
Upskirting to become crime carrying two-year sentence  Upskirting is to be a criminal offence after the bill passed its third reading in the House of Lords.
El Chapo 'paid $100m bribe to former Mexican president'  Drugs kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman once boasted about paying a $100m (£77m) bribe to Mexico's former president, his trial in New York has heard.
WADA wary over Moscow lab report  The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has stated that its Compliance Review Committee (CRC) will not file a report until its team's mission to Moscow is complete.
This is what British industry thinks of the PM's defeat  Business leaders have expressed their "frustration" over the political turmoil and lack of a Brexit deal after Prime Minister Theresa May's defeat in the...
Evans pushes Federer to the limit  Defending two-time champion Roger Federer was pushed to the limit early in his second round match by Dan Evans but the third seed held firm to seal a straight-sets victory.
Tiafoe sends Anderson packing  Frances Tiafoe pulled off the biggest upset of the Australian Open so far by knocking out fifth seed Kevin Anderson in the second round.
Inflation falls to lowest level in nearly two years  The rate of UK inflation fell to its lowest level in nearly two years in December, helped by weaker fuel prices.
How are Henry & Vieira shaping up?  They were the symbols of Arsenal under Arsene Wenger for so many years but on Wednesday evening Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira will go head-to-head in the dugout for the first time as...
Record-breaking Warriors rout Nuggets  The Golden State Warriors posted an NBA record 51 first-quarter points as they thrashed the Western Conference-leading Denver Nuggets on Tuesday night.
'Fizdale brought back Knicks work ethic'  New York Knicks coach David Fizdale has brought back the work ethic that characterised the team in the 1990s, according to NBA analyst Bruce Bowen.
Trump's attorney general pick: I will not be bullied  Donald Trump's nominee for attorney general has vowed he "will not be bullied".
Kenya terror attack: Who are al Shabaab?  As more than a dozen people are killed in an attack on a Kenyan hotel, what do we know about the group that has claimed responsibility?
It's now a straight-up fight between no deal and a referendum  In the end the MPs were telling us the truth.
Striped body painting may protect from horsefly bites  For years we have known that the black and whites stripes on a zebra's body were a vital deterrent to horseflies.
'EFL should give Derby win over Leeds'  The EFL should reverse the scoreline and award Derby a victory over Leeds after a 'spy' was discovered at the Rams' training ground last week, says Stuart Pearce on The Debate.
May faces no confidence vote after record defeat  Theresa May has just over 12 hours to save her premiership, as she faces a vote of "no confidence" which, if successful, could topple the government.
Bosses round on ministers after May defeat  Executives from some of the biggest companies operating in the UK rounded on Cabinet ministers on Tuesday night after they refused to rule out a no-deal Brexit? in the wake of Theresa ...
Gasps from MPs as historic scale of Brexit defeat sinks in  The instinctive reaction of MPs as the result of the vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal was revealed told you all you needed to know.
'Higuain has not asked to leave'  AC Milan head coach Gennaro Gattuso appears to have backtracked on his earlier claims that Gonzalo Higuain wants to leave the club.
Why the pound enjoyed a surprise rally despite Brexit drama  There are few better barometers of a country's standing in the world than its exchange rate.
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