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Most Tory members care more about delivering Brexit than preserving union, poll suggests - live news - The Guardian
Most Tory members care more about delivering Brexit than preserving union, poll suggests - live news  The Guardian

Rolling coverage of the day's political developments as they happen, including the second round of voting in the Tory leadership contest and Boris Johnson and ...

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Barclay and Barnier clash on citizens' rights under no-deal Brexit - The Guardian
Barclay and Barnier clash on citizens' rights under no-deal Brexit  The Guardian

The EU's chief negotiator has been asked to think again after rejecting an appeal by the UK's Brexit secretary for the full gamut of citizens' rights in the ...

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Brexit has radicalised Conservative members to back break up of UK poll claims
But they say they'd cancel leaving the EU if it meant keeping Jeremy Corbyn out of No10  - according to the YouGov survey
Prince William and Kate Middleton join Queen for carriage procession at Royal Ascot
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were among thousands of people who descended on the Berkshire racecourse for the open day
Theresa May 'considering giving Tory donor a plum job' in final weeks of office
The Prime Minister is said to be considering handing a job and House of Lords seat to a former Fujitsu boss
YouTuber buys town called 'Hell' and RENAMES it to protest Trump's LGBT flag ban
Elijah Daniel has splashed out on the town called 'Hell' in the state of Michigan as part of an anti-Trump protest
Dad made daughters who refused arranged marriages 'feel like they were in prison'
Salamat Khan's children, from Oldham, Greater Manchester, said they felt as if they were "living in a prison"
Harry didn't tell Meghan Markle off at Trooping the Colour - here's what really happened
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry joined the Queen, Kate Middleton, Prince William, George, Charlotte, Louis and other members of the Royal Family on the balcony at Trooping of the Colour - but fans thought they spotted an awkward mo
Horror as giant octopus attacks scuba diver by wrapping tentacles around his leg
The giant octopus launched itself onto a scuba diver and tried to bite onto his leg
First picture of British boy, 5, who drowned in Kos swimming pool
Theo Treharne-Jones was found dead on Saturday at the Atlantica Holiday Village in north Kos
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Tory leadership hopefuls to face second vote
The field of six candidates will narrow further, with at least one set to be knocked out of the race.
BBC prepares to host Tory leadership debate
Questions from the public will be put to the candidates hoping to become the next UK prime minister.
Heathrow reveals expansion 'masterplan'
Plans for a third runway, as well as new terminals to be built in phases, go out to public consultation.
Teenage neo-Nazis jailed over terror offences
A judge said their online propaganda for a group called the Sonnenkrieg Division was abhorrent.
Nigel Farage milkshake attack: Newcastle man told to pay compensation
The Brexit Party leader had just given a short speech in Newcastle when he was covered in milkshake.
EuroMillions £123m UK jackpot winner yet to claim prize
Operator Camelot urges UK players to "check, double-check and triple-check" their tickets.
Royal Ascot: Day one in pictures
The royal race meeting gets under way at Ascot Racecourse, with the Queen due to attend all five days.
Love Island: Why so many Ofcom complaints?
Watchdog receives more than 1,000 of complaints about Maura allegedly harassing Tommy and contestants' treatment of Lucie.
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Teenager who called Prince Harry 'race traitor' is jailed
A teenage neo-Nazi who called for Britain's Prince Harry a race traitor months after his marriage to U.S. actress Meghan Markle and suggested he should be shot was jailed for more than four years on Tuesday, the BBC reported.
Egypt's ex-president Mursi buried in Cairo, Islamists mourn
Egypt's Islamist ex-president Mohamed Mursi was buried in a small family ceremony early on Tuesday a day after he suffered a fatal heart attack in court, his sons said, as supporters posted messages of grief and anger.
Hundreds of Brotherhood supporters mourn Egypt's Mursi in Turkey
Hundreds of Muslim Brotherhood supporters took to the streets of Turkey's capital and Istanbul on Tuesday, mourning former Egyptian president Mohamed Mursi and some chanting slogans blaming Cairo authorities for his death.
U.N. rights office calls for independent probe into Mursi death
The United Nations human rights office called on Tuesday for an independent investigation into the death of Egypt's former President Mohamed Mursi, saying it should encompass all aspects of his treatment during nearly six years in
Former UEFA head Platini detained in Qatar World Cup investigation
Michel Platini, the former head of European football association UEFA, was detained for questioning by French police on Tuesday over the awarding of the 2022 World Cup football tournament to Qatar, a judicial source told Reuters.
Gazprom says new Ukraine government needed for gas talks
Russian state gas giant Gazprom is awaiting the formation of a Ukrainian government before starting talks with Kiev on extending a deal to transit Russian gas across Ukraine to Europe, a senior company official said on Tuesday.
Johnson gets new boost in race to become prime minister
Boris Johnson got a fresh boost in the race to become Britain's prime minister on Tuesday when a another former rival in the race backed him to lead the country out of its Brexit crisis.
EU nations receive mixed scorecard on climate goals
The European Union urged its member states on Tuesday to accelerate efforts to meet their 2030 climate goals after a review showed them falling short in some areas as the bloc's leaders prepare to debate going carbon-neutral by 20
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MH370 pilot was 'in a bad marriage' and 'had been sleeping with flight attendants'
Captain Zaharie Ahmad Shah was the pilot-in-command when the Malaysian Airlines plane carrying 238 other passengers and crew vanished in March 2014.

Seven women knit woolly replica of their home town including pub, church and shops
The team have spent the last two years furiously threading the quiet high street of Thrapston in Northamptonshire, complete with hanging baskets and pedestrians.

Ed Sheeran WINS battle to keep 16 foot pub sign star hung up at sprawling £1.5m Suffolk pile
The hitmaker, 28, has been told a five metre-long pub sign hanging outside his Grade II listed barn can stay. Sheeran applied in 2017 to turn the barn at his Suffolk pile into a private bar named after his wife

Royal Ascot glamorous women arrive for day one of the five-day festival
Jewel-coloured dresses, statement hats and dapper morning suits were all on display as revellers descended on the Berkshire racecourse this morning.

Couple build Britain's smallest cinema with only 34 seats in back room of converted country pub
David Maclay, 72, and Juliet Maclay, 61, bought the Red Lion pub in Axbridge, Somerset in 1997 after moving to the area from south London. They opened their cinema in 2007.

Tourists headed to Greece are warned about the killer West Nile virus
A total of 316 people caught West Nile virus in Greece last year and 50 of them died, which was the worst toll the infection has taken since 35 people died and 262 caught it in 2012, officials said.

Kate Middleton joins the Queen's carriage procession at Royal Ascot
The monarch, 93, was accompanied by Kate, 37, and the Duchess of Cornwall, 71, for the traditional carriage procession, which marks the official start of the day's races.

Boris camp 'LENDS votes' to Hunt to make sure Johnson faces 'weakest' opponent in final two
Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson has been accused of plotting to 'lend' some of his massive support to rival Jeremy Hunt for the second round ballot tonight.


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