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John McDonnell: Labour wants to push ahead with Brexit - The Guardian


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Labour would fight a snap general election vowing to press ahead with Brexit, but it would secure better terms, John McDonnell has said, defying demands from party members to include a second-referendum pledge in any manifesto. The standoff between...
Will the Labour conference be Corbyn's last? says MACER HALLExpress.co.uk
Labour could take back railways in first five years, says McDonnellThe Times
John McDonnell unveils Labour plan to nationalise trainsEvening Standard
ITV News-Metro-Wall Street Journal-iNews
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'Gender fluid' Credit Suisse director named on FT list of Top 100 Women in Business - Evening Standard


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Evening Standard
A "gender fluid" senior director at Credit Suisse has been awarded a place on a list of the Top 100 Women in Business. Philip Bunce, who is known to sometimes go to work in a wig and women's clothing, was named on the Financial Times & HERoes...
Outrage as 'gender-fluid' Credit Suisse boss who sometimes wears a wig to work is named among top 100 WOMEN in ...The Sun
'Gender-fluid' Credit Suisse boss who sometimes wears a wig and dress to work is named among top 100 WOMEN in ...Daily Mail

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It doesn't look crowded on Nigel Farage's Brexit bus - Metro


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Metro
Nigel Farage is back on the campaign trail but so far he's riding his Brexit bus solo. The former Ukip leader headed to Westhoughton, Bolton, in a bid to block a 'Brexit betrayal' and 'chuck' Theresa May's Chequers proposal. Farage can be seen in a ...
Farage takes Brexit bus on the road ahead of rallyITV News
People's army is being REMOBILISED! Farage in warning to May over Chequers Brexit BETRAYALExpress.co.uk
No-deal Brexit 'no problem', Nigel Farage says at Leave Means Leave rallyBBC News
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Atlantic rower in hand-built boat rescued off Land's End - BBC News


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A Scot attempting to row solo across the Atlantic in a hand-built wooden boat has been rescued off the coast of Land's End. Duncan Hutchison, from Lochinver in the Highlands, began his journey more than three months ago in New York. However, just ...
Transatlantic rower in homemade boat rescued off Cornish coastThe Guardian

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Wales weather: Coldest winter for 10 years forecast to bring four months of snow - WalesOnline


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WalesOnline
This year's winter could be one of the coldest on record, according to a long-range weather forecaster. The meteorologist predicts this year's cold snap could surpass even the Beast from the East, which caused disruption between February and March this...
Four months of snow forecast in the the coldest winter in a decade for CambridgeshireCambridge News
Bristol weather: Four months of snow forecast in the coldest winter for a decadeBristol Live
Beast from the East could plunge UK into an early winterSomerset Live
Daily Star-Birmingham Live-Cornwall Live-Kent Live
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Stamford Hill murder probe: 'DJ' stabbed to death after '100 people gatecrash 18th birthday party' - Mirror.co.uk


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A man was stabbed to death at a house party when it was gatecrashed after details were posted on social media, it is claimed. The 20-year-old, who is thought to have been DJing, was pronounced dead four hours after the attack in Stamford Hill, North...
Drill music DJ 'stabbed to death after 100 people gatecrash 18th birthday party' in Stamford HillThe Sun
LONDON BLOODBATH: Man stabbed to death and teenager injured in Hackney violenceExpress.co.uk
Murder investigation launched after Stamford Hill fightThis is Local London
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Amber Rudd reveals the day she caught late ex-husband AA Gill having an affair - Evening Standard


Evening Standard


Evening Standard
Former Home Secretary Amber Rudd has opened up about discovering her late ex-husband A A Gill had an affair over 20 years ago. Adrian Anthony Gill, the well-known writer and restaurant critic, had written about his personal life and battle with ...
Amber Rudd speaks of the moment she discovered her late husband AA Gill was having an affairTelegraph.co.uk
Tory Amber Rudd reveals moment she caught husband with secret model lover - and confronted them at airportMirror.co.uk
REVEALED: How Amber Rudd CONFRONTED husband at airport when she caught him cheatingExpress.co.uk

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Revealed: The most popular baby names in each of the 32 boroughs of London - Evening Standard


Evening Standard


Evening Standard
The most popular names parents picked for babies born last year in each borough of London are revealed today. After the official list of the most popular baby names in 2017 showed Oliver and Olivia remain the UK's most popular names, the data for ...
Sorry Sarah, people don't like your name anymoreMetro
These are the most common baby names in Croydon and London for boys and girlsCroydon Advertiser
North East's top baby names have been revealed: Search your name to see how popular it isChronicleLive
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British military set to introduce gender and age neutral fitness tests - PinkNews


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PinkNews
The British Army will introduce gender and age-neutral fitness tests for soldiers, the Ministry of Defence has announced. The new tests, which will come in next year, will replace assessments based on sex and age to ensure recruits are physically able ...
The British army has introduced new fitness testsBBC News
Combat troops set to face a new fitness testThe Times
Army set to end easier fitness tests for women and older soldiers with exercises including 4km hikes with 40kg bagsThe Sun

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'Temples of fun' are a hard sell for the Church of England - Financial Times


Financial Times


Financial Times
It has been an early harvest this year. Rural populations have been, you might say, making hay while the sun shines. So I reckoned the harvest festival would be quite an event. I crept into a pretty Norfolk church, which dates, in part, to the 14th ...
Archbishop's views on Brexit don't reflect those of most Anglicans, poll findsPremier

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