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Jun 26, 2019

Labour anti-Semitism row: Chris Williamson allowed back into party
Chris Williamson was suspended after saying the party had been "too apologetic" over allegations.

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Jun 26, 2019

Trump attacks US co-captain Rapinoe on Twitter
President Trump tells US women's team co-captain Megan Rapinoe not to "disrespect our country" after she said she would not visit the White House if they won the World Cup.

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Jun 26, 2019

Lee Pomeroy death: 'Frenzied' train attack CCTV shown to jury
Lee Pomeroy suffered 18 knife wounds in an assault lasting little more than 25 seconds, a court hears.

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Jun 26, 2019

Apprenticeships pledge 'will be missed'
Education Secretary Damian Hinds admits the target of three million apprenticeships will not be reached.

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Jun 26, 2019

Prince William: 'I'd support my child if they were gay'
But the duke admitted he would be "nervous" about the pressures a gay royal might face.

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Jun 26, 2019

Lee Pomeroy death: Attack on train 'lasted 25 seconds'
A jury is shown CCTV footage of the moments leading up to the fatal stabbing of Lee Pomeroy.

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Jun 26, 2019

Flat-pack home? Ikea moves in on UK housing
The Swedish company's joint venture BoKlok is working with Worthing council to build affordable homes.

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Jun 26, 2019

E-cigarettes: How safe are they?
They are much less harmful than smoking, despite a ban on sales of e-cigarettes in one US city.

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Jun 26, 2019

Coventry man jailed for 18 years over gun 'messing' death
Jordan Bassett is sentenced to 18 years after he said he accidentally shot his friend Addison Packeer.

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Jun 26, 2019

Support for homeless McDonald's worker shamed on Facebook
A man shamed on social media for sleeping at a McDonald's has received support from his community.

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Jun 26, 2019

Riyad Mahrez and wife ordered to pay former nanny
The Manchester City footballer and his wife Rita "failed to pay certain expenses", a judge says.

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Jun 26, 2019

UK population growth rate stalls, official estimates show
Latest figures also show the number of births in the UK is at its lowest level in over a decade.

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Jun 26, 2019

Cricket World Cup: Safaraz Ahmed catch removes Ross Taylor
Pakistan wicketkeeper Sarfaraz Ahmed takes a "wonderful" diving catch to remove New Zealand's Ross Taylor in their World Cup match at Edgbaston.

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Jun 26, 2019

Greenland Ice Sheet: 'More than 50 hidden lakes' detected
Only a handful of liquid water lakes had previously been detected under the kilometres-thick ice sheet.

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Jun 26, 2019

Venezuela crisis: Military force still an option, says Guaidó
The opposition leader tells the BBC he wants elections, but has not ruled out the use of force.

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Jun 26, 2019

Lisa Faulkner: ‘I'm pleased my IVF treatment didn't work'
The TV presenter adopted an 18-month-old baby girl after unsuccessful IVF treatment.

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Jun 26, 2019

Lisa Faulkner: I'm pleased my IVF treatment didn't work
The TV presenter adopted an 18-month-old baby girl after unsuccessful IVF treatment.

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Jun 26, 2019

Families take government to court over special needs
Judges will decide if national special educational needs and disabilities funding decisions are lawful.

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Jun 26, 2019

Man Utd reach agreement with Palace for £50m Wan-Bissaka
Manchester United reach an agreement with Crystal Palace to sign right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka in a deal worth £50m.

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Jun 26, 2019

Cricket World Cup: New Zealand lose Martin Guptill against Pakistan
Martin Guptill drags Mohammad Amir's delivery onto the stumps as New Zealand lose an early wicket against Pakistan in their World Cup match at Edgbaston.

BBC Front Page
Jun 26, 2019

Pink Liverpool gig surprise baby 'gets party started'
Denise Jones went into labour three weeks early and gave birth to baby girl, Dolly Pink.

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Jun 26, 2019

US immigration: Drowning exposes risks of illegal crossing
A man from El Salvador and his baby daughter die in the Rio Grande trying to reach the US.

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Jun 26, 2019

England centre-backs Houghton & Bright 'major doubts' for Norway
Defenders Steph Houghton and Millie Bright are doubts for England's World Cup quarter-final against Norway because of injury and illness respectively.

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Jun 26, 2019

Cleared Ice Cream Wars accused Thomas 'TC' Campbell dies
The 66-year-old was one of two men wrongly convicted of Glasgow's Ice Cream Wars murders in 1984.

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Jun 26, 2019

France heatwave: Paris region closes schools
Regions around Paris announce school closures as France and Spain expect heat above 40C.

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Jun 26, 2019

World number two Nadal seeded third for Wimbledon
Rafael Nadal is likely to be in the same half of the draw as Novak Djokovic and in line to face the defending champion in the semi-finals.

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Jun 26, 2019

Boy, 12, held over Liverpool homophobic knife attack
Two men in their 30s were left "incredibly shaken" after a homophobic knife attack in Liverpool.

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Jun 26, 2019

Baby girl found alive inside plastic bag
The girl now known as "Baby India" was found after nearby residents heard cries.

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Jun 26, 2019

Baby girl found in plastic bag
The girl now known as 'Baby India' was found after nearby residents heard cries.

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Jun 26, 2019

Migrant children crisis: Democrats agree $4.5bn aid for migrants at border
A bid to ease the crisis, which has seen migrants dying on the border, faces a tough Senate battle.

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Jun 26, 2019

Cardi B pleads not guilty to assault
The rapper and two members of her team have been charged with 12 crimes each.

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Jun 26, 2019

'Triple whammy' threatens UN action on climate change
Efforts by Saudi Arabia, the EU and Japan are seen as part of a backlash against UN climate action.

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Jun 26, 2019

News Daily: 'Horrific' migrant children's station and Tory Brexit row
Your morning briefing for 26 June 2019.

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Jun 26, 2019

Catching pickpockets on the Tube
British Transport Police statistics reveal an 80% increase in reports of thefts on the Tube in the last three years.

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Jun 26, 2019

Kim Kardashian West's Kimono underwear meets Japanese backlash
The shapewear range is touted as inclusive, but Japanese people say the name disrespects tradition.

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Jun 26, 2019

How Moors murderer Brady had access to vulnerable teens in jail
For years Ian Brady was able to mix with borstal boys in jail, newly released official papers reveal.

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Jun 26, 2019

Brady had access to teenagers in jail, files show
For years Ian Brady was able to mix with borstal boys in jail, newly released official papers reveal.

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Jun 26, 2019

Child killer Brady had access to boys in jail
For years Ian Brady was able to mix with borstal boys in jail, newly released official papers reveal.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt divided over Brexit plans
Boris Johnson says the UK must leave on 31 October but Jeremy Hunt calls this a "fake deadline".

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Swimrun: How drunken bet became worldwide sport
The latest swimrun was held in south Devon where about 100 entrants competed across 10km and 25km routes.

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Jun 25, 2019

Chinese viewers watch webcast tour of tiny village museum
A live stream tour of a tiny museum open only one day a week attracts nearly half a million viewers.

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Jun 25, 2019

Westerners 'fuelling Philippine child sex video rise'
Philippine children are being forced into online sex abuse videos by family, paid for by people in the West.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Pakistan: How one girl overcame the armed men who blocked her school
Naeema Zehri grew up in a village in Pakistan where armed men stopped her from going to school.

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Jun 25, 2019

'My child refused to go to school'
Emma O'Connor's nine-year-old son became so anxious he stopped going to classes altogether.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Michelle Obama and Stephen Fry help drive audiobook boom
Money spent on audiobooks in the UK rose by 43% in 2018, with Michelle Obama leading the way.

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Jun 25, 2019

Beauty queen 'raped by Gambia's ex-President Jammeh'
Three women tell HRW how they were assaulted by the now exiled leader - allegations his party deny.

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Jun 25, 2019

France's raw recruits sign up for return of national service
For the first time in 20 years, French teenagers are taking part in a four-week training programme.

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Jun 25, 2019

Worst animal cruelty cases to get higher jail terms
Harsher terms proposed for people found guilty of organising dog fights or neglect of farm animals.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Have we all underrated the humble pencil?
Is it really the miracle product of the free market, as many economists have claimed?

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Revenge porn: Government to review image-based sexual abuse law
Campaigners have called for victims to have the same right to anonymity as other sexual offences.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Pound's fall has stopped us buying a round of drinks
Sterling's woes make life tougher for some foreign workers, but for many firms, it's good news.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

'Now everyone pays for their own drinks'
The pound's fall has made life tougher for some foreign workers, but for many firms it's been good news.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Sheryl Crow: Universal Studios fire destroyed all my master tapes
The star says all her master tapes were destroyed in an "apocalyptic" 2008 blaze at Universal Studios.

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Jun 25, 2019

Robots 'to replace up to 20 million factory jobs' by 2030
A huge acceleration in the use of robots will affect jobs around the world, Oxford Economics says.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

What did Ukraine's hero pilot do next?
Once seen as a potential president, Nadiya Savchenko now faces accusations of planning a violent coup.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

From war hero to Ukraine parliament bomb plot suspect
Once seen as a potential president, Nadiya Savchenko now faces accusations of planning a violent coup.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

The Brighton tailor whose identity became his business
Zack Pinsent is a young tailor who dresses like a Regency gentleman, every day.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Silva to leave Man City at end of 2019-20 season
Manchester City midfielder David Silva says he will leave the club after 10 years at the end of the 2019-20 season.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Women's World Cup 2019: Bizarre fan outfits, Japanese heartache & more as Italy & Netherlands go through
Watch the best bits from day 18 of the Women's World Cup, as Italy defeat China and Netherlands scrape past an unfortunate Japan in the last 16.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Paper review: Johnson's 'do or die' Brexit pledge
The front pages cover Boris Johnson's promise to leave the EU with or without a deal on 31 October.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Ian Paisley holiday 'funded by Maldives government minister'
A "long-term friend" who paid for the DUP MP's holiday was a figure in the Maldives cabinet, it is alleged.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

San Francisco becomes first US city to ban e-cigarettes
The US city, home to market leader Juul, is the first to ban sales in-store and from online retailers.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

'World's best restaurant' is France's Mirazur
It won in a competition by the World's 50 Best Restaurants, but some experts question the methodology.

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Jun 25, 2019

Over 100 migrant children returned to 'horrific' border station
The Texas facility reportedly made changes to alleviate its overcrowding in order to house the children.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Fertility doctor loses licence after using his own sperm
One woman said he felt "contaminated" to discover that Dr Norman Barwin was her father.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Martens' late penalty sends Dutch through to World Cup quarter-finals - highlights & report
Lieke Martens' late penalty sends the Netherlands into the Women's World Cup quarter-finals at the expense of Japan.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Willie McKay: Former agent due in court charged with property fraud
Former football agent Willie McKay, who was involved in Emiliano Sala's move to Cardiff City from French side Nantes, is charged with property fraud.

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Jun 25, 2019

In pictures: Europe's June 2019 heatwave
Temperatures are soaring across the continent, thanks to a plume of hot air from the Sahara.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

How do you win the race to become US president?
Who gets to be president? How do you win? All your questions and more in one handy explainer.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Stephanie Grisham: Melania Trump's top aide picked as press secretary
Mrs Trump's communications director Stephanie Grisham will replace Sarah Sanders.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Women's World Cup 2019: Hasegawa equalises for Japan against run of play
Yui Hasegawa finishes off a magnificent Japan move to level the scores against Netherlands in their last 16 match in Rennes.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Boris Johnson: 'I make models of buses'
Boris Johnson reveals what he does to relax and switch off.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Italy on 'mission' after beating China to reach World Cup last eight
Italy head coach Milena Bertolini says her players are on a "mission" to help the country "discover and appreciate the women's game" after they beat China in the Women's World Cup last 16.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Italy on 'mission' after beating China to reach World Cup last eight - highlights & report
Italy head coach Milena Bertolini says her players are on a "mission" to help the country "discover and appreciate the women's game" after they beat China in the Women's World Cup last 16.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

England still 'in charge' of fate - Morgan says pressure not getting to hosts
England are not cracking under the pressure of being hosts and favourites for the World Cup, says captain Eoin Morgan.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Mum goes to prom in memory of daughter's 'last wish'
Daisy Wyatt was 14 when she died of bone cancer and one of her last wishes was to go to her prom.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Murray suffers first defeat since comeback in Eastbourne doubles
Andy Murray and Marcelo Melo are beaten in the first round of the men's doubles at the Nature Valley International at Eastbourne.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Tesco customer in a pickle over labelling
Customer query over best before date on burger relish prompts Twitter exchange.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

England lose to Australia in Cricket World Cup at Lord's
England's World Cup hopes hang in the balance after a demoralising defeat by Australia at Lord's.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

England semi-final hopes in balance after World Cup defeat by Australia - highlights & report
England's World Cup hopes hang in the balance after a demoralising defeat by Australia at Lord's.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Italy beat China to reach Women's World Cup quarter-finals
Italy book their place in the Women's World Cup quarter-finals with a goal in each half against China in Montpellier.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Etika: Body found in search is missing YouTuber
The gamer, who went missing last week, had uploaded a video describing suicidal thoughts.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Brexit: John McDonnell warns Labour must shift policy
Political correspondent Iain Watson explains what went on at a fractious shadow cabinet meeting.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Women's World Cup 2019: Aurora Galli scores Italy's second with a powerful effort from outside the box
Aurora Galli's long-range effort gives Italy a 2-0 lead over China in their last 16 match in Montpellier.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Cricket World Cup: Australia's Glenn Maxwell and Aaron Finch combine to catch and dismiss Chris Woakes
Australia's Glenn Maxwell and Aaron Finch combine smartly on the boundary to catch and dismiss Chris Woakes in the World Cup match at Lord's.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Tesco customer in pickle over labelling
Customer queries best before date on burger relish in a calendar last used more than 350 years ago.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Jeremy Hunt: Next PM 'must be trustworthy to avoid no Brexit'
The leadership hopeful says "personality" is key to delivering a better Brexit deal than Theresa May's.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

US-Iran crisis: Trump lashes out at 'ignorant and insulting' statement
The US president tweeted after his Iranian counterpart responded to sanctions unveiled on Monday.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Fashion firms criticised for using fake bump models
Campaigners want online retailers to stop using models wearing prosthetics in maternity wear adverts.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

'Problematic' focus of Keeley Hawes' new TV drama
Writers voice concerns about how ITV's Honour will portray the true story of an "honour killing".

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

RAF escorted Jet2 plane after 'miscommunication'
The fighter jets were scrambled after an apparent mix-up between air traffic control and the pilots.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Boris Johnson in 'deal or no deal' Brexit challenge to rival Hunt
Boris Johnson urges his leadership rival Jeremy Hunt to commit to 31 October Brexit "no matter what".

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Chickens 'left to rot' at major supplier Moy Park's farms
A charity says it uncovered "extreme suffering" at three chicken farms in Lincolnshire.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Konta beats Sakkari to reach third round at Eastbourne
Johanna Konta beats Greece's Maria Sakkari to reach the third round of the Nature Valley International at Eastbourne.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Two arrests over leaked A-level paper
Police investigating the leak of an A-level maths paper arrest two people.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games to cost £778m
The Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games will cost £778m, slightly above initial estimates, the government announces.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Boris Johnson: Tory leadership favourite in campaign media blitz
After accusations of hiding away, the frontrunner embarks on a glut of interviews and appearances.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

'Why we're using a male contraceptive gel'
A couple from Edinburgh describe what it's like to use a male contraceptive gel.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Lara taken to hospital after feeling chest pain
Former captain Brian Lara is in hospital in Mumbai after suffering chest pain, say Cricket West Indies.

BBC Front Page
Jun 25, 2019

Cricket World Cup: Australia's Jason Behrendorff bowls England's James Vince
England's James Vince is bowled on the second ball of the innings by Australia's Jason Behrendorff in their World Cup match at Lord's.

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