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Man charged with murder over death of schoolboy, 12, in car collision
A man has been charged with murder after a 12-year-old boy was killed in a collision with a car in Essex last week.
Johnson accuses Corbyn of trying to 'fiddle' second EU referendum in pre-debate letter
Boris Johnson has attacked Jeremy Corbyn on Brexit ahead of their final TV debate of the election campaign, accusing him of planning to "fiddle" a second referendum.
12 shocking claims of abuse in leaked Labour antisemitism dossier
Jeremy Corbyn has made Labour a "welcoming refuge" for antisemitism and the party is "no longer a safe space for Jewish people", a dossier submitted to the human rights watchdog warns.
Somerset earthquake: Residents say 'whole house rattled' during 3.2-magnitude tremor
A 3.2-magnitude earthquake has been felt in Somerset, with some residents saying they thought a vehicle had hit their house.
More Thomas Cook misery as customers face refund payment delay
Holidaymakers who were set to jet off with Thomas Cook before the firm's collapse are now facing more misery, with around a third of them facing repayment delays.
Donald Trump: Process of impeachment has moved to next stage, Pelosi says
The House of Representatives is pushing ahead with plans to impeach President Donald Trump, Speaker Nancy Pelosi has said.
Dame Emma Thompson gives 'gloomy' climate forecast at Extinction Rebellion protest
British actress Dame Emma Thompson has told climate change activists that the world is heading for "long-lasting and irreversible change" during a mock weather forecast at a protest.
SMS Scharnhorst: Wreck of WWI German battlecruiser found near Falkland Islands
The wreck of a German battlecruiser that was sunk by the British during the First World War has been found off the coast of the Falkland Islands.
Briton brought back to life after six-hour cardiac arrest in Spain
A British woman says it was a "miracle" she was revived after her heart stopped for six hours when she was caught in a snowstorm.
Guantanamo Bay prisoner's sketches detail CIA 'torture' at black site
Sketches by an inmate at the notorious Guantanamo Bay prison have been released for the first time, detailing what the state-approved CIA's interrogation programme looked like.