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Women break Asian teenage girl's arm in racist attack at London KFC

Attack comes amid rise in hate crime following Brexit referendum and terror attacks

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Bodycam captures moment teenage gunman pulls weapon on police officer

'It's a reminder not to let your guard down too much,' says PC Jemma Follows

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Sketch: Never mind Carillion, Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn are the stocks to short

It was as if the exchanges had been set to Benny Hill music, with observers engaged in a futile chase around Jeremy Corbyn's questions for anything briefly showing the flesh of common sense

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Article 49: What is it and how can it reverse Brexit after the UK leaves the EU?

Jean-Claude Juncker said the UK could use the treaty clause to re-join the bloc

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Jeremy Corbyn hits back at claims he is too old to lead Labour into next election

Leader's spokesman said there is 'no sign whatever that his age is an impediment'

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Tory MP tears into Boris Johnson over 'disgraceful, entirely deliberate deception' on £350m NHS claim

Health Committee chair Sarah Wollaston says she has 'no idea' why Foreign Secretary continues to use debunked statistic

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Tory MP who said benefits claimants should have vasectomies will keep job

A spokesman for Theresa May indicated that Ben Bradley's apology would be enough

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Bank refused to close woman's joint account unless she attended meeting with her rapist

Theresa May promises Government will give 'proper support' to rape and domestic violence survivors after hearing at PMQs of woman's 'horror' at proposed meeting

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Landmark court ruling could decriminalise street prostitution in UK

Women exploited and trafficked as teenagers are fighting laws which force them to declare their past in prostitution, sometimes decades later, saying they are victims of modern slavery

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UK weather latest: Heavy snow and ice blitz parts of Britain afters 200 drivers left stranded on motorway overnight

Transport Scotland says it had a 'very difficult night' as mountain rescue teams dispatched to assist snow-bound drivers

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EU trade deal after Brexit like trying to 'blow up a bridge without bankrupting yourself', warns negotiator

Canada expert pours scorn on claims that an agreement can deliver same benefits as membership of the single market and customs union

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Jacob Rees-Mogg elected to lead influential pro-Brexit Tory group of MPs

Vocal Eurosceptic says he will use role to campaign for Britain to leave single market and customs union but opponents warn he is a "hungry fox in the chicken coop"

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Carillion collapse: Ministers told to stop 'scandal' of thousands of private sector workers losing their jobs today

'What they have said is that, if you haven't been picked up by another private sector company by close of play today, then here is the Jobcentre Plus address. That's frankly scandalous'

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Church warden and magician arrested over double murder of elderly neighbours

Peter Farquhar, 69, and Ann Moore-Martin, 83, died 18 months apart in the village of Maids Moreton, Buckinghamshire

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Bayeux Tapestry: Emmanuel Macron reportedly agrees to loan historic Battle of Hastings memorial to Britain

French President's gesture, set to be confirmed in meeting with Theresa May on Thursday, would see relic commemorating Norman Conquest leaving France for first time in 950 years

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Conservative vice chairman Ben Bradley apologises for suggesting unemployed should get vasectomies

Mansfield MP suggested it wouldn't be long 'before we're drowning in a vast sea of unemployed wasters that we pay to keep!'

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New Conservative vice chairman for youth Ben Bradley apologises for suggesting unemployed should get vasectomies

'Families who have never worked a day in their lives having four or five kids and the rest of us having one or two means it's not long before we're drowning in a vast sea of unemployed wasters that we pay to keep!'

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Women in UK losing out on £140bn a year due to gender pay gap, figures show

Campaigners warn women will face 'lifetime of unequal pay' unless urgent action taken to close pay gap, which sees female employees miss out on average of £9,112 each per year

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NHS red tape and delays 'compromising care for seriously ill and disabled patients'

Unacceptable delays in the NHS Continuing Healthcare scheme have meant patients died while waiting for funding

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Majority of new cars and vans should be electric by 2030, Government climate advisers demand

Legal targets to cut greenhouse gas emissions will only be met if Government 'firms up' existing policies and proposals, according to new report from Committee on Climate Change

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Women's suffrage centenary will be 'missed opportunity unless action taken to increase political participation'

Centenary Action Group says increasing number of women in Parliament is 'not only a basic human right' but also 'necessary at a time when voter participation is low'

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Theresa May to unveil new plans to tackle loneliness

Prime Minister commits to implementing recommendations of commission set up by murdered Labour MP Jo Cox

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Hatton Garden heist: Elderly gang stole loot worth £14m but sold them for a fraction of the price, court hears

Around £3.6 million worth of valuables has been returned to its owners, some of it damaged, Woolwich Crown Court hears

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Domestic worker died because she was too frightened to access healthcare over immigration fears, MPs told

Data-sharing agreement between NHS and Home Office to track illegal immigrants making people 'too frightened' to access healthcare, MPs hear

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Brexit: MPs vote against including European fundamental rights charter in UK law

House of Commons votes down Labour amendment to ensure basic rights are protected after Brexit

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Jeremy Corbyn calls on Carillion directors to hand back their bonuses

Labour leader says failed firm's executives 'should not be paid anything at the present time because they have run the company in such a way that all these jobs are at risk'

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World's largest wealth fund pulls out of BAE systems over nuclear weapons links

UK defence firm one of nine companies excluded from investment by Norway's Government Pension Fund Global on ethical grounds

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