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Boris Johnson's 11th-hour appeal: 'The public want Brexit and so do I'
Boris Johnson has issued an eleventh-hour appeal to MPs to back his EU Withdrawal Agreement Bill, despite complaints from MPs that he is attempting to ram it through the Commons at high speed.
Speaker rejects bid by ministers for new vote on Brexit deal - what happens next?
It's been an eventful few days in Westminster – and the action continues this week as Boris Johnson races to "get Brexit done" on Halloween.
Anne Sacoolas: Police to visit US to interview diplomat's wife over Harry Dunn's death
Police investigating the death of Harry Dunn will go to America to interview the suspect, his family have been told.
Canada election: Justin Trudeau's Liberals set to cling on to power
Justin Trudeau is predicted to win a second term in Canada's parliamentary elections Monday, despite having been weakened by a series of scandals.
Milton Keynes double stabbings: Man arrested on suspicion of murder
A 21-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of two counts of murder murder after two teenagers were fatally stabbed at a house party in Milton Keynes, police have said.
Electric cars could get green number plates to make them easier to spot
Drivers of zero-emission vehicles could be given green number plates to make it easier for them to benefit from schemes designed to promote cleaner cars.
Noel Gallagher: 'Me and Liam would've got nowhere without each other'
Noel Gallagher has said he knows his new music can never compare to Oasis - and admitted he and his brother Liam "wouldn't have gotten anywhere" without each other, despite their tempestuous relationship.
Prince William reportedly concerned about Harry and Meghan after documentary
Prince William is fearful for his brother after Harry and Meghan spoke about the hardships of life in the public eye, it has been reported.
Isis bride Shamima Begum appeals against loss of British citizenship as she tries to return to the UK
Shamima Begum, the east London schoolgirl who travelled to Syria to join the so-called Islamic State terror group, is today launching a legal challenge against the government's decision to strip her of her British citizenship.
Lebanon protests: Country unites against government corruption
What began as a spontaneous protest about WhatsApp calls has turned into a nation-wide rallying cry for change.