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Who's Tim? More than half of voters do not know who Tim Farron is


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Donald Trump's first foreign tour: his most awkward moments 


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Theresa May tells G7 summit leaders: Stop jihadis before they bring their terror home


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Major U.S. tech firms press Congress for internet surveillance reforms

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Facebook, Amazon and more than two dozen other U.S. technology companies pressed Congress on Friday to make changes to a broad internet surveillance law, saying they were..
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Judge catches "disability discrimination" couple speeding on their mobility scooters


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Laura MacIntyre 'staggered' out of Manchester Arena blast


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Is there a budding bromance between Emmanuel Macron and Justin Trudeau?


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'The Germans are bad, really bad,' Donald Trump tells EU officials


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Israel and Palestine are a sideshow to the real Middle East peace process


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Barack Obama charms golfing crowds as he tees off at St Andrews


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Scores of patients suffer harm at trust accused of waiting list fiddles 


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Millionaire rogue landlord discovers his £200,000 Ferrari has been destroyed by police 


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General Election 2017: Conservative and Labour manifestos fact checked


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Australia’s indigenous leaders reject ‘symbolic’ recognition and call for treaty at historic Uluru summit


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Milkybars get milkier: Nestle changes recipe of chocolate bars


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Question Time audience member claims he was given 'anti-West' leaflet at Didsbury Mosque


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Sir Cliff Richard settles row with South Yorkshire Police over raid on his home


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Exam board apologises after error in English GCSE paper which confused characters in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet


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Blaze rages on court at Wimbledon tennis club


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U.S. takes 'full responsibility' for Manchester intelligence leaks: Tillerson

LONDON (Reuters) - The United States government takes full responsibility for leaks of the British police investigation into Monday's deadly bomb attack in Manchester which killed 22 people, U.S...
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