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Theresa May to brief cabinet on Florence Brexit speech

The PM will attempt to break the deadlock in EU Brexit talks with a speech in Italy on Friday.

House of Lords rejects 'flawed' expenses report

The House of Lords dismisses the Electoral Reform Society's allegations of a "something for nothing culture".

Parsons Green bomb: Police make sixth arrest in inquiry

A 17-year-old boy is arrested in connection with last week's terror attack on a London Tube train.

Quit smoking campaign Stoptober backs e-cigs for first time

Stoptober promotes vaping for the first time, as studies suggest a record for successful quit attempts.

James Herbert death: Watchdog makes police restraint recommendations

The watchdog recommendation follows the death of a man detained under the Mental Health Act.

UK threatens to withhold United Nations funding

Up to 30% of the core funding will depend on the organisation being more efficient and transparent.

Chronic fatigue therapy 'could help teenagers', study says

But ME charities said using children and young people in trials like this could damage their lives and health.

Mark Sampson sacked as England women's manager

Mark Sampson is sacked as England women's manager following evidence of "unacceptable" behaviour with female players in a previous role.

Court ruling not needed to withdraw care, judge says

Court consent will not be needed to remove nutrition from patients in a permanent vegetative state.

Queensbury raid uncovers 35 men living in house

The three-bedroom house in north west London was found to have "wall-to-wall" mattresses.

Cathedral defends decision to allow Hellboy filming

The plot involves Nazism and the occult but church officials say it is a classic story of good against evil.

The RAF has killed more than 3,000 IS fighters in Iraq and Syria

The UK's campaign against Islamic State in Iraq began in 2014, and in Syria the following year.

Mark Sampson sacked as England women's manager

Mark Sampson is sacked as England women's manager following evidence of "inappropriate and unacceptable" behaviour in a previous role.

Ryanair compensation info 'woefully short' says Which?

Ryanair says it has now emailed all customers advising them of flight changes and offering refunds.

UK scientists edit DNA of human embryos

Understanding the first moments of life could lead to better IVF and explain why women miscarry.

Thomas Cook pilots to strike on Saturday

Thomas Cook pilots to strike at the weekend after talks fail in a continuing pay dispute.

Baby names: Olivia top for girls as William makes way for Muhammad

Harper has seen the biggest rise in popularity for girls while Jaxon is growing among boys.

M1 closure object 'possibly hydrochloric acid'

The black bin bag held a container which had a "highly corrosive" substance inside, police say.

McCain's dismay over online abuse for TV ad gay dads

The couple were described as "sick" on social media after featuring in a TV advert for McCain chips.

Britain First leaders charged with religious harassment

Paul Golding, 35, and Jayda Fransen, 31, both from south-east London, were arrested in May.

Take Me Out contestant 'took his own life'

Charlie Watkins lost his job because he took four days off to film the TV show, an inquest hears.

University Challenge contestant denies rape

The former student tells a court he was embarrassed over his performance but did not rape the woman.

Pte Sean Benton inquest 'to probe Army bullying claims'

A new inquest into Pte Sean Benton's death will look at claims of bullying by Army instructors.

London Fashion Week: What we learned about next trends

The capital's fashionistas tell us what we should be wearing next spring and summer.

QE2 launch remembered by shipworker

On 20 September, 1967, the QE2 launched from John Brown's yard in Clydebank. Shipyard apprentice Peter Kemp was one of the thousands of people who saw the Queen name the ship.

Brexit Food prices: '£300 bonus per family'

Former environment secretary Owen Paterson says removed tariffs could reduce food prices

Rarely seen Queen and Freddie Mercury photos go on display

Many of the photos of Freddie Mercury and the group have never been seen by the public before.

Do you know blood cancer symptoms?

Ellie, who was diagnosed with Hodgkin Lymphoma when she was 15, describes the symptoms of blood cancer.

UK hosts Europe's first dark sky conference

The south west of Scotland hopes to cement its reputation as a premier destination for stargazing.

Parliament Square to get first woman statue

A statue of Millicent Fawcett will be unveiled to coincide with the centenary of women winning the right to vote.

Dying breed?

Film stars and other celebrities may influence choice of baby names but it seems politicians don't.

Online battlefield

The prime minister wants tech companies to do more to tackle extremist content. They say it's not that easy.

Pride of the Clyde

The QE2 is one of the most famous liners in the world and the last large liner to be built on the Clyde.

Reality Check

The UK wants a "bespoke relationship", but Europol says the UK would lose influence.

Corbyn's caution

Labour's ruling body backs leadership-contest rule changes which could move things in Jeremy Corbyn's favour.

Stirling effort

Fifty years ago this week Stirling University became Scotland's first brand new university for more than four centuries.

Celeb punishment

Which famous faces have been ordered by court to complete unpaid work?

Ryanair 'mess up'

The Civil Aviation Authority advises passengers not to cancel their flights themselves.

'We just got lucky'

The 1992 bombing of the forensic science labs at Belvoir Park damaged 700 homes and buildings.

Baby names: Olivia top as William makes way for Muhammad

Harper has seen the biggest rise in popularity for girls while Jaxon is growing among boys.

UK 'must find Irish border solution' - Guy Verhofstadt

The European Parliament's Brexit negotiator says the UK must find way a way to avoid new controls.

Theresa May to warn tech firms over terror content

The prime minister will say internet companies should remove extremist content within two hours.

Parsons Green bombing: Two more arrested over Tube attack

The arrests of two men in south Wales bring the total held over Friday's Tube terror attack to five.

Prisoner quizzed over Marvin Couson Lime bar shooting

Marvin Couson died 13 years after he was shot at the Lime bar in Shoreditch in 2002.

Life-extending lung cancer nivolumab drug approved

The drug nivolumab, denied to writer AA Gill on the NHS, will be available to patients in England.

Islamic State: UK military could honour drone pilots

The defence secretary announces a review of how personnel are recognised for their contribution.

Theresa May to warn tech firms over terror content

The prime minister will say firms must go "further and faster" in removing extremist content.

Life-extending lung cancer drug approved

A drug denied to restaurant critic AA Gill on the NHS will now be made available to patients in England.

British kayaker Emma Kelty 'murdered' on Amazon trip

Two teenagers and a man are held by Brazilian police over the 43-year-old kayaker's death.

Miscarriage study points to IVF success chances

Women who miscarry in the first round of IVF are more likely to have a baby than those who do not conceive.