Can the PM deny Scots a second IndyRef?
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Can the PM deny Scots a second IndyRef?

ITV News Political Editor Robert Peston gives us his analysis. Read more here: http://bit.ly/2nqnqPY Subscribe…

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Iraq troops close in on ‘caliphate’ mosque
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Iraq troops close in on ‘caliphate’ mosque

ITV News are alongside government forces in Mosul and took the first footage of the…

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Can the Gurkhas conquer Mount Everest?
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Can the Gurkhas conquer Mount Everest?

Yemen suffering world’s largest humanitarian crisis
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Yemen suffering world’s largest humanitarian crisis

More than 18 million people – two thirds of the population – need aid, and…

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Families flee as final battle for Mosul approaches
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Families flee as final battle for Mosul approaches

As the battle for Mosul between so-called Islamic State (IS) fighters and Iraqi forces reaches…

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Why IndyRef2 is the last thing Theresa May needs
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Why IndyRef2 is the last thing Theresa May needs

Theresa May has strongly condemned Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon’s announcement that she will seek…

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Fleeing South Sudan’s war in famine
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Fleeing South Sudan’s war in famine

Four-year-old Guy and his family rely on the bulbs of water lilies to stay alive.…

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Fighting Famine: Getting aid to people ‘incredibly difficult’
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Fighting Famine: Getting aid to people ‘incredibly difficult’

‘It’s incredibly difficult to get aid to those who need it’: Oxfam​ on the trials…

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Fighting Famine: Somaliland drought victim’s plea
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Fighting Famine: Somaliland drought victim’s plea

“Without help now, we’ll be finished”: Plea from Somaliland drought victims. In just weeks, the…

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Why are 17 million people on the brink of famine?
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Why are 17 million people on the brink of famine?

ITV News takes a closer look as the desperate situation in the Middle East and…

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