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Michael Gove says Boris Johnson will be 'great' as PM - Evening Standard
Michael Gove says Boris Johnson will be 'great' as PM  Evening Standard

Michael Gove today buried the hatchet with Boris Johnson, saying the man he dramatically stopped from becoming Tory leader in 2016 will make “a great prime ...

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EuroMillions results LIVE: Tuesday's winning Lottery numbers for huge £87m jackpot
There's a huge jackpot up for grabs, but do you have the winning numbers on your ticket?
Amber Rudd shoots down Boris Johnson and Jeremy Hunt’s No Deal Brexit plans
The Work and Pensions Secretary said whichever of the pair wins they will have to compromise
Kevin Pietersen: 'There is NOTHING fair about shooting a tame lion in a cage'
The former English cricketer has written a letter to Michael Gove calling for a ban on trophy hunting
Mum's sarcastic post about Center Parcs' sky high prices during school holidays
Prices in August are almost double what they are in September - and parents are not impressed
Dad-of-two left 'unrecognisable' after horrifying attack during night out
WARNING: DISTRESSING IMAGES Shocking pictures show the injuries suffered by Paschal Morgan, 48, suffered after being "left for dead" in County Down, Ireland
Who is Ursula von der Leyen? Profile of new EU chief - and how she'll affect Brexit
Elected with just 52% of the votes of MEPs the new Commission President is going to play a big role in the future relationship between Britain and the EU
Stephen Kinnock: 'We're now a tribal society after Brexit hardened divides'
Labour MP for Aberavon on how a fringe issue has become the principal social division of our times
Heartbreaking final selfie of mum who died just 17 days after giving birth
Tributes have been paid to Rebecca Tollan, 23, who died after becoming unwell at a house in Bellshill, Lanarkshire
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London Bridge attackers lawfully killed, inquest finds
Police and the PM's spokesperson praise officers' courage and professionalism during the attack.
Yousef Makki stab death: Father 'will never stop fighting for justice'
Yousef Makki, 17, was stabbed in the heart with a flick knife, with another teenager cleared of murdering him.
Scotland's drug death crisis in six charts
Nearly 1,200 people died of drug-related deaths in Scotland last year, the highest ever total.
Almondbury refugee attack secondary school 'to be scrapped'
The move to end secondary education at Almondbury School follows the attack on a Syrian pupil.
Tory leadership: Hunt and Johnson's backstop remarks 'significant'
A senior Tory says the views expressed by the leadership rivals appear to rule out any compromise.
Carl Beech: VIP abuse accuser 'habitual liar', court hears
A man accused of lying about an alleged VIP paedophile ring is a sophisticated paedophile, jurors are told.
Unknown T: Rapper is charged with murdering a man at a party
London rapper Unknown T has been charged with the murder of a 20-year-old at a 2018 New Year's Party.
Somerset gimp suit: Second arrest after man scares woman
Police say this new arrest follows 14 reports of "a man approaching people while wearing disguises".
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Iran denies its missile programme is up for negotiation
Iran denied on Tuesday that it was willing to negotiate over its ballistic missile programme, contradicting the chief U.S. diplomat and appearing to undercut President Donald Trump's statement that Washington had made progress on
Iran says it came to help of disabled foreign oil tanker in the Gulf
Iranian navy vessels came to the assistance of a disabled foreign oil tanker in the Gulf that needed repairs, Iran's foreign ministry spokesman was quoted as saying on Tuesday by the semi-official news agency ISNA.
U.S. retail sales data dents stocks, lifts Treasury yields
A gauge of global equities lost ground on Tuesday and U.S. Treasury yields moved higher as a stronger-than-anticipated report on retail sales raised the possibility the Federal Reserve could adopt a less dovish stance.
Trump faces House condemnation after his tweets on minority congresswomen
President Donald Trump pressured fellow Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday to stand with him and vote against a symbolic measure condemning his racially charged attacks on four Democratic congresswomen.
Amazon offers $10 to Prime Day shoppers who hand over their data
Amazon.com Inc has a promotion for U.S. shoppers on Prime Day, the 48-hour marketing blitz that started Monday: Earn $10 (£8.03) of credit if you let Amazon track the websites you visit.
BoE's Cunliffe says no strong sense of contraction in UK economy
There is not a strong sense that Britain's economy is contracting, the Bank of England's Deputy Governor Jon Cunliffe said on Tuesday.
Facebook should not be trusted with 'crazy' cryptocurrency plan - U.S. senators
Democratic and Republican lawmakers said on Tuesday that Facebook Inc's track record of what they described as untrustworthiness should stand in the way of it launching a digital currency, labelling the plan "delusional" and "cra
Germany's Von der Leyen secures powerful EU executive top job
Germany's Ursula von der Leyen secured European parliamentary approval on Tuesday to become the first female European Commission president on a platform of a greener, fairer and rule-based Europe.
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R Kelly is DENIED bond, enters not guilty plea to child porn charges as three rape tapes confirmed
R Kelly will not be released from prison ahead of his federal court trials a judge ruled on Tuesday as he entered a not guilty plea to charges in Illinois related to the filming of rape tapes.

Strikes at UK airports threaten to ruin 2019 summer holidays
Strikes at Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted threaten to wreak havoc over the summer holidays, while pilots with British Airways, who operate at 14 UK airports, are also threatening strikes.

How Epstein 'groomed and trapped his "number one girl" Jane Doe 103'
Court filings say the girl was lured to Epstein's Palm Beach mansion at the age of 17. He is accused of luring her 'with modeling contacts' and 'showering her with gifts'.

'They can go wherever they want': Trump keeps hammering 'the squad'
Donald Trump kept hammering the 'squad,' saying the liberal lawmakers can stay or leave the U.S. but 'they should love our country.'

Russian trolls bombard Lady Gaga's Instagram with demands to 'give Bradley Cooper back'
An angry deluge of messages hit out at Lady Gaga for supposedly 'stealing' American actor Bradley Cooper from Russian model Irina Shayk.

Teenage pupil dies after being hit by train at Chertsey station
The Year 9 student, aged 14, was killed by a train at Chertsey station around 4pm yesterday. Salesian School has confirmed the pupil attended there and said pupils and staff are in shock.

Billionaire Peter Thiel says 'woke' Google employees 'probably prefer Communist China to the US'
PayPal co-found Peter Thiel, 51, suggested that 'super left wing' Google employees are anti-American and prefer China to the US, while appearing on the Tucker Carlson show on Fox on Monday.

Female college student designs chair that blocks 'manspreading'
Laila Laurel, centre, has created a chair, pictured, during her course at the University of Brighton to prevent men from 'manspreading' by physically keeping their legs together.


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