Queen publicly endorses Prince of Wales as her Commonwealth successor
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Queen publicly endorses Prince of Wales as her Commonwealth successor

The Queen has publicly endorsed the Prince of Wales as her successor as head of…

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Are the wheels coming off the UK car industry? From the heyday of Vauxhall to its current malaise
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Are the wheels coming off the UK car industry? From the heyday of Vauxhall to its current malaise

Vauxhall sales have gone into reverse, as the company feels the downturn in demand from…

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Stephen Lawrence: How the racist murder changed Britain
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Stephen Lawrence: How the racist murder changed Britain

The racist murder of Stephen Lawrence and his family’s decades-long struggle for justice has had…

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Prince Harry Meghan Markle begin Commonwealth work
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Prince Harry Meghan Markle begin Commonwealth work

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The Queen’s corgi dynasty
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The Queen’s corgi dynasty

The Queen has reportedly been hit “extremely hard” by the loss of her corgi Willow…

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May reveals Labour made decision to destroy Windrush landing cards
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May reveals Labour made decision to destroy Windrush landing cards

Theresa May hits back at Jeremy Corbyn during PMQs, saying May Labour made the decision…

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Pilot lands Southwest Airline flight during engine explosion chaos
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Pilot lands Southwest Airline flight during engine explosion chaos

Giant South Korean tug-of-war game gets underway at 500-year-old festival
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Giant South Korean tug-of-war game gets underway at 500-year-old festival

A 500-year-old traditional Korean folk festival in South Korea’s central-western city of Dangjin wrapped up…

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Theresa May apologises to Caribbean leaders over Government handling of Windrush scandal
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Theresa May apologises to Caribbean leaders over Government handling of Windrush scandal

Theresa May personally apologises to Caribbean leaders over the Government’s handling of the Windrush scandal…

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Ant McPartlin ‘very sorry’ after pleading guilty to drink-driving
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Ant McPartlin ‘very sorry’ after pleading guilty to drink-driving

Speaking briefly outside the court following sentencing McPartlin said: “I just want to say I’m…

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