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Campaigners launch bid to force second EU referendum after claiming loophole in May's Brexit tactics means she is legally obliged to offer another vote

11 March 2018

A legal challenge to force Theresa May to concede a second EU referendum has been launched by anti-Brexit campaigners. They claim a loophole in the Prime Minister’s Brexit tactics means that she will be legally obliged to offer a second vote.

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UK weather: Almost 10,000 homes without power as Storm Emma sends Britain into meltdown

03 March 2018

Almost 10,000 homes are without power as Storm Emma wreaks havoc across Britain. Western Power Distribution reported power outages in the Midlands, south west of England and Wales on Friday evening as freezing conditions continue to cause severe disruption throughout the UK.

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Labour has received 17,000 emails over five days from people lobbying for a clearer party policy on Brexit.

17 February 2018

The emails, coordinated by Labour MPs and campaigners, call on Labour to give supporters "their say" by setting up a new policy commission on Brexit. They say there is a "pressing need" for the party to set out an alternative approach to government Brexit plans. Labour said its national policy forum, which meets in Leeds this weekend, plans to discuss the impact of Brexit..

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Refugees in Syria's Raqqa face 'extreme' IS landmine threat: U.N.

06 February 2018

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Unexploded landmines left by Islamic State fighters cover every inch of their former Syrian capital of Raqqa, a U.N. official said on Tuesday, advising civilians against returning to their homes there.

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Magnitude 6.1 Quake Rattles Afghanistan and Pakistan

31 January 2018

A strong magnitude 6.1 earthquake rattled Pakistan and Afghanistan on Wednesday, including the capital cities of both countries, killing a young girl and injuring 15 others, officials said.

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'We can make Brexit NOT happen!' Scotland threatens to FIGHT Brexit bill at Supreme Court

15 January 2018

THE Scottish Conservatives have allied themselves with the SNP on Brexit, and threatened to fight the British Government all the way to the Supreme Court in order to win its demands on devolved powers.

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Sadiq Khan: Brexit could cost Britain’s creative industries 27,000 jobs

11 January 2018

London mayor Sadiq Khan has warned that up to 27,000 jobs in the creative industries could be lost if the UK does not reach a deal with the European Union over Brexit.
A report commissioned by the mayor’s office and carried out by independent researchers at Cambridge Econometrics claims that should Britain leave the EU without a deal in place, London stands to lose 6,000 creative industries jobs by 2030, with the country as a whole facing the loss of 27,000 creative jobs.

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Fire breaks out on top floor of Trump Tower

08 January 2018

Two people have been injured after a fire broke out in the Trump Tower building in New York. About 84 firefighters were at the scene to battle the blaze, and video footage captured smoke billowing from the top of the luxury block. Initial reports suggested one person was seriously injured, but the New York Fire Department later confirmed on Twitter that a civilian and a firefighter sustained minor injuries.

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PUERTO RICO COULD BE OUT OF POWER FOR MONTHS

21 Sept 2017

THE POWER'S OUT IN PUERTO RICO

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INFLATION HITS 2.9% AS FUEL AND CLOTHING COSTS GROW

12 Sept 2017

THERE HAS BEEN A BIGGER-THAN-EXPECTED JUMP IN THE RATE OF INFLATION, TO 2.9% LAST MONTH, AIDED BY A BREXIT-RELATED LEAP IN CLOTHING COSTS.

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