Paul Gascoigne to appear in court charged with sexual assault on train

The ex-footballer has previously said in a Tweet that he will deny the charge.

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Macron vows tax relief and urges calm in bid to quell protests

The French leader delivered a televised address after almost four weeks of demonstrations.

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Nasa craft shows tiny asteroid studded with boulders

Scientists have released the first data collected since their spacecraft Osiris-Rex hooked up last week with the asteroid Bennu.

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Theresa May to meet Angela Merkel over Brexit deal

The PM will also hold talks with her Dutch counterpart on Tuesday.

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Labour MP booted out of Commons after Brexit mace protest

Lloyd Russell-Moyle picked the mace up and marched towards the doors of the Commons.

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New Google+ bug exposed personal information of 52 million users

The tech giant has fast-tracked the closure of its Google+ social media platform by four months.

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Macron vows to use ‘all means’ to restore calm after protests

The French president said ‘no anger justifies’ attacking police or looting stores.

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Voyager 2 becomes second craft in interstellar space

The spacecraft is beyond the outer boundary of the heliosphere, 11 billion miles from Earth.

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Gene study unlocks mystery of how redheads get their locks

The University of Edinburgh carried out the biggest study of its kind to date.

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Egypt clamps down on sale of yellow vests in bid to foil protests

The high-visibility garments have been used by protesters in Europe, mainly in France.

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Irish border backstop at centre of Brexit delay

Latest: Theresa May has confirmed that the vote on Brexit that was scheduled to take place tomorrow will not go ahead.

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Voyager 2 becomes second spacecraft to reach interstellar space

Voyager 1 first achieved the feat in 2012.

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Bethlehem’s Church of the Nativity gets facelift in bid to woo back Christians

Many believers have left the Holy Land because of conflict and economic hardships.

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Border backstop and Brexit delay: Your questions answered

Theresa May says there is ‘widespread and deep’ concern about the issue as she postpones the House of Commons Brexit vote.

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Justice for the Babes in the Woods after 32-year fight

Russell Bishop is finally convicted of murdering nine-year-olds Nicola Fellows and Karen Hadaway in a woodland den in Brighton in 1986.

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May’s next step: How can she delay the meaningful vote?

Commons’ officials revealed the options open to the British Prime Minister after she told the Cabinet that Tuesday’s vote was off.

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Nearly £100,000 spent in week promoting PM’s Brexit deal on Facebook

The UK Government’s expenditure was revealed by the social network as part of its latest transparency initiative.

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Donald Trump blames lawyer for hush money payments during campaign

The US president comes after prosecutors said payments made by Michael Cohen were intended to influence the election.

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India’s central bank boss quits amid rift with government

Urjit Patel said he was leaving for personal reasons

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Angela Merkel urges respect for migrants in speech at UN conference

Germany’s Chancellor, who was speaking in Morocco, has welcomed large numbers of refugees to her country.

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Emmerdale actor denies attacking pensioner

Mark Jordon, 53, plays Daz Spencer in the Yorkshire-based ITV soap.

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Scientists discover how birds evolved to have colourful feathers

The phenomena of iridescence is when an object’s colour changes when it is viewed from different angles.

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Mountaineer speaks as missing friends’ bodies found in Himalayas after 30 years

Steve Aisthorpe spent weeks searching for Kristinn Runarsson and Thorsteinn Gudjonsson after they went missing in 1988.

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Remaining in EU ‘still on the table’ for Britain after court ruling

The UK can unilaterally revoke its withdrawal from the EU, the European Court of Justice has ruled.

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Judge to oversee latest stage of Boris Becker divorce proceedings

The German tennis star and his estranged wife Lilly have accused each other of ‘unreasonable behaviour’.

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Ex-Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn charged over pay allegations

The charges involve allegations Ghosn’s pay was under-reported by about £34m over five years.

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Man appears in court charged with murder of British backpacker Grace Millane

The man accused of killing British backpacker Grace Millane was living at the same New Zealand hotel where she was last seen alive, court documents have shown.

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Brexit vote week: What are the key events to come?

Theresa May’s Brexit deal looks set to be put to the vote in the House of Commons on Tuesday.

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Armenian prime minister’s party winning vote, early returns show

Nikol Pashinian took office in May after spearheading massive protests that forced his predecessor to step down.

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European Court to rule on Brexit reversal

People’s Vote campaigners asked judges to decide whether an EU member state can unilaterally revoke the Article 50 withdrawal process.

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What happens if Theresa May loses the Brexit vote?

The crunch Commons vote takes place on Tuesday.

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New Zealand prime minister’s emotional message to family of Grace Millane

The New Zealand leader addressed the death of the 22-year-old.

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Macron to address France as protests shake government

Scores of people were injured in the latest violence.

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Heseltine says campaigners for second Brexit referendum are ‘British patriots’

The Tory grandee said they are fighting for ‘Britain’s national self-interest’.

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Rivals clash in TV Brexit debate ahead of Commons showdown

The debate was arranged after efforts to get Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn to go head to head on screen collapsed.

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Illegal payments impeachable offence if directed by Trump, says leading Democrat

Representative Jerry Nadler described the details in prosecutors’ filings as evidence that the president was ‘at the centre of a massive fraud’.

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In Pictures: Thousands take to London streets in rival protests

Ukip’s march against Theresa May’s Brexit deal was countered by anti-fascist protesters.

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Labour frontbencher takes part in second Brexit referendum rally

Rosena Allin-Khan was rebuked by Jeremy Corbyn, who said he would have a discussion with her about her actions.

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Italian police investigating deadly stampede find pepper spray can

Officers said it was not known if the can found was the one whose spray had apparently set off the stampede.

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Grace Millane: Brother of British backpacker pays tribute after body found

A 26-year-old man has been charged with the murder of the 22-year-old and is due to appear at Auckland District Court on Monday.

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Nobel peace prize winners demand action against sex abuse

Denis Mukwege and Nadia Murad were speaking at a news conference.

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Thousands protest against Tommy Robinson ‘Brexit betrayal’ march

The new Ukip adviser joined party members to protest against Theresa May’s Withdrawal Agreement in London as a counter-march attacked fascism.

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Which European city hopes to plant three million new trees by 2030?

Environmental improvements have already been noted since the transformation started in the city.

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Almost 60% of Scots think independence better than no-deal Brexit – poll

Those surveyed found there was still not an overall majority for independence, with support for this at 47%.

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Police looking to identify culprit who sparked Italy nightclub stampede

Six people died in the incident near Ancona.

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Boris Johnson: Irish border question should be dealt with in free-trade talks

Britain's former foreign secretary Boris Johnson did little to play down his own leadership ambitions as Theresa May’s Brexit showdown looms.

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Novichok victim Charlie Rowley ‘terrified’ about future health

The 45-year-old was exposed to the same nerve agent used in Salisbury, England, to attack Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia.

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Paris looks to get back to business after fresh wave of protests

Scores of people were injured in the latest violence.

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May: UK will be in uncharted waters if Brexit deal is rejected by MPs

The British Prime Minister has warned her MPs they risk crashing out of the EU without a deal, derailing Brexit entirely or handing power to Labour in the UK.

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Grace Millane: Body found in backpacker murder probe

A 26-year-old man has been charged with murder and is due in court on Monday.

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