Confederate statues covered in Charlottesville – BBC News
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Confederate statues covered in Charlottesville – BBC News

The city council voted to shroud the American Civil War monuments after an angry meeting…

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Cyclist guilty over pedestrian’s death – BBC News
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Cyclist guilty over pedestrian’s death – BBC News

Could Nelson’s Column be toppled?
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Could Nelson’s Column be toppled?

After the US tears down Confederate statues could the UK be next? Well, Afua Hirsch​…

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Has Corbyn changed his stance on Trump?
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Has Corbyn changed his stance on Trump?

Jeremy Corbyn has refused to condemn Donald Trump for his remarks following the Charlottesville protests,…

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Italian police unleash water cannons on migrants in Rome
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Italian police unleash water cannons on migrants in Rome

Italian police unleash water cannons at the Independence Square​ in Rome as migrants protest against…

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McGregor and Mayweather face off ahead of Saturday’s fight
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McGregor and Mayweather face off ahead of Saturday’s fight

“After 21 years I’ve been hit with everything and I’m still right here” says Floyd…

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Anti-Trump supporter: “There are no good Nazis”
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Anti-Trump supporter: “There are no good Nazis”

Scores protested against US President Donald Trump in Reno, Wednesday, as he arrived in town…

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Keith Allen on Est Club: “Comedy’s a conveyor belt career”
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Keith Allen on Est Club: “Comedy’s a conveyor belt career”

“Comedy has become a conveyor belt career” says Keith Allen as he explains The Establishment…

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Inside an isolation pod | In Solitary: The Anti-Social Experiment | Channel 5
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Inside an isolation pod | In Solitary: The Anti-Social Experiment | Channel 5

Take a 360 tour inside one of the In Solitary: The Anti-Social Experiment isolation pods.…

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Changes to GCSEs: What you need to know
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Changes to GCSEs: What you need to know

The Telegraph’s Online Education Editor Harry Yorke explains what the changes to the GCSE exams…

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