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General election LIVE: 'Heartbroken' Jennifer Acruri refuses to deny affair with Johnson
Jennifer Acruri appeared on this morning's Good Morning Britain's an said she was 'heartbroken' after the Prime Minister allegedly hung up on her when she called him last week.
Mum becomes allergic to water after giving birth to her first daughter
Cherelle Farrguia, from Fairwater, Cardiff, developed aquagenic urticaria and found her body covered in painful rashes which she compared to "stinging nettles"
'We cried for help, police did f**k all so I hit dad with a hammer to save mum'
EXCLUSIVE: Ben Wilson says he and his family "cried for help" and that in the end he 'took matters into his own hands', battering his dad eight times to stop him attacking his mum, Tracey
Mum relives horror crash that killed her daughter, 7, and father-in-law
Becky Frankel's daughter Tiggy and father-in-law Richard Frankel, 68, died when his car crashed into the back of a lorry at 68mph on a layby near Newcastle
Lottery winners from last 25 years explain what they've done with their millions
Lottery winners from each of the last 25 years were brought together by Camelot to celebrate the first ever draw on November 19, 1994 - here we look at their astonishing stories
Mum scarred in acid attack is targeted again as thug batters her car with scythe
Theresa Townsley, 38, feared she was going to die when her car was rammed and an attacker told her "you’re dead" just months after an acid attack on her doorstep in Edinburgh
Fresno shooting: Four dead and six injured at football garden party
At least 10 people were shot in the 'mass casualty shooting' in Fresno, California, US. The victims were watching Sunday football in a backyard
UK weather forecast: Met Office issue danger to life warning ahead of -9C freeze
Temperatures are expected to plunge this evening bringing widespread frost and fog. The Met Office has issued a weather warning, urging people to be careful in the icy conditions
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International Criminal Court may investigate UK 'war crimes cover-up'
Evidence of a cover up revealed by the BBC could lead to the ICC's first inquiry into the UK military.
General election 2019: Leaders woo business with tax and apprenticeship vows
Boris Johnson, Jeremy Corbyn and Jo Swinson are all set to make speeches to UK business leaders.
Prince Andrew stands by 'car-crash' Jeffrey Epstein BBC interview
People close to him say he addressed his links to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein "head-on".
Missing Leah Croucher's brother Haydon dies
Their father confirms the death of Haydon Croucher in an emotional post on Facebook.
Bolton flats blaze: Students to be re-housed as £10,000 raised
Students evacuated from flats hit by a major blaze in Bolton will be re-housed as £10,000 is raised.
General election 2019: Lib Dems and SNP in court over TV debate exclusion
The Lib Dems and SNP say it is unfair to be excluded from Tuesday's ITV general election leaders debate.
Huge Flow Country wildfire 'doubled Scotland's emissions'
The massive fire in the Flow Country in May doubled Scotland's greenhouse gas emissions while it burnt.
Staff shortages put Scots 'cancer survival rates at risk'
A Holyrood committee finds 18% of cancer patients in June were not seen within the six-week target.
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U.S. expected to grant Huawei 90-day license extension Monday - sources
The Trump administration is set to issue a 90-day extension of a license on Monday allowing U.S. companies to continue doing business with China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, two sources familiar with the deliberations said.
Choking and crying, Hong Kong protesters pinned back on campus
Hong Kong police fired rubber bullets and tear gas on Monday to pin back frantic anti-government protesters fleeing a university where hundreds were holed up with petrol bombs and other homemade weapons amid fears of a bloody crac
Highlights: Hong Kong police seal off university, raising fears of crackdown
Hong Kong police fired tear gas and rubber bullets on Monday to force back anti-government protesters trying to escape a university where hundreds are holed up with petrol bombs and other homemade weapons amid fears of a bloody cr
No one should underestimate China's will to safeguard sovereignty - foreign ministry spokesman
No one should underestimate China's will to safeguard its sovereignty and Hong Kong's stability, foreign ministry spokesman Geng Shuang told a daily news briefing on Monday.
Double-whammy of Brexit and election hits UK housing market - survey
The number of properties put up for sale in Britain has fallen by the most in any month in more than 10 years as the combination of Brexit and an election weighs on the market, a survey showed on Monday.
In Trump-Nixon impeachment comparison, Pelosi raises spectre of resignation
U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is amplifying her unfavourable comparison of President Donald Trump to fellow Republican Richard Nixon, saying that disgraced president at least cared enough about the country to leave office before
China calls on U.S. to 'stop flexing muscles' in South China Sea
China on Monday called on the U.S. military to stop flexing its muscles in the South China Sea and to avoid adding "new uncertainties" over Taiwan, during high-level talks that underscored tension between the world's two largest e
Switching allegiances? Brexit stirs election doubts around England
Jules Wilde has never voted for Britain's Conservatives and would hate to do so at the Dec. 12 election, yet for the first time in his life, the 62-year-old carer is considering backing the governing party because of Brexit.
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Dallas star Patrick Duffy recounts the 'horrific' night his parents were shot dead in 1986
Patrick Duffy's parents, Terence and Marie Duffy, were shot and killed in the tavern they owned in Boulder, Montana, in November 1986. The actor opened up about the horror murders this month.

Jennifer Arcuri blasts Boris Johnson for treating her like a 'fleeting one-night stand'
Ms Arcuri, a businesswoman and former model who received thousands of pounds of public money during an alleged affair with Mr Johnson, said she made the call on Sunday.

ANDREW PIERCE: Wannabe mayor Rory Stewart flunks his London exam 
ANDREW PIERCE: Prince Andrew is not alone in enduring a car-crash interview in recent days. On radio station LBC, Rory Stewart demonstrated no grasp of the basic facts he needs to do the job.

Business leaders warn Labour's election plans 'would crack foundations of the UK economy'
Speaking on the eve of today's annual conference, Confederation of British Industry in London, Dame Carolyn Fairbairn said Jeremy Corbyn's nationalisation programme would stop investment.

Tearful Prince Charles lays wreath at memorial to Pacific Islanders in New Zealand 
Prince Charles and Camilla arrived at the Mount Roskill War Memorial today, their first engagement of their tour to New Zealand, and laid a wreath.

Videos show Prince Andrew partying in nightclubs with beautiful young women on the French Riviera
Filmed during Prince Andrew's 'mid-life crisis' period, the video clips show him letting loose at wild parties on the French Riviera, being openly affectionate with several women.

Bridezilla CANCELS wedding after fiance refuses to ditch his best man
The anonymous bride, believed to be from the US, said the best man is only '5ft 3' and would look 'ridiculous' escorting her 'beautiful' sister down the aisle.

Outrage as blind student, 25, is dragged 'by his ankles' out of Oxford Union debating chamber
Ebenezer Azamati was expelled from a debate at the Oxford Union after he attempted to attend a talk on the motion 'This House has no confidence in HM Government'.


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