Theresa May arrives in Brussels to ask for Article 50 extension

Theresa May arrives in Brussels to ask for Article 50 extension

Prime Minister Theresa May arrives in Brussels ahead of meeting the European Council where she will ask for an extension to Article 50.
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Match preview: Gibraltar v Ireland

Match preview: Gibraltar v Ireland

All you need to know ahead of the UEFA Euro qualifier clash between Gibraltar and Ireland.
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Shazam! Super-powered funfair opens on London's Southbank

Shazam! Super-powered funfair opens on London's Southbank

A super-powered funfair opens for two days only on London's Southbank for DC's brand new superhero movie Shazam!
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Michelle O'Neill discusses political impasse on anniversary of Martin McGuinness' death

Michelle O'Neill discusses political impasse on anniversary of Martin McGuinness' death

Sinn Fein vice president, Michelle O'Neill, discusses the current political impasse in Northern Ireland, on on the second anniversary of Martin McGuinness' death.
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Countdown to Brexit: Eight days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: Eight days until Britain leaves the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on March 29. Here, we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit. The numbers are dependent on if MPs support Theresa May's request for an extension.
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Tactical Giggs presses on with Slovakia plan

Tactical Giggs presses on with Slovakia plan

Ryan Giggs says determination to press home Wales' "advantage" at the start of their European Championship campaign was the reason behind fielding a second-string side in the 1-0 victory against Trinidad.
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Brexit: What happens next after Theresa May requests Article 50 extension?

Brexit: What happens next after Theresa May requests Article 50 extension?

Theresa May has formally requested an extension to Article 50 - but what happens next for Brexit?
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Window cleaners compete the Window Cleaning World Cup in London

Window cleaners compete the Window Cleaning World Cup in London

Window cleaners from around the world have competed in the first Window Cleaning World Cup in London.
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Theresa May tells the public: I am on your side over Brexit

Theresa May tells the public: I am on your side over Brexit

Theresa May has blamed MPs for failing to implement the result of the 2016 EU referendum, and told voters who want Brexit to be over: "I am on your side".
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Nicole Scherzinger visits Special Olympics before closing ceremony performance

Nicole Scherzinger visits Special Olympics before closing ceremony performance

Nicole Scherzinger meets athletes and presents a medal at the Special Olympics in Abu Dhabi ahead of her performance at the closing ceremony.
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Doga: yoga with dogs comes to London

Doga: yoga with dogs comes to London

yogahaven and Battersea Dogs & Cats Home have teamed up for a one-off event. On March 21, yogahaven's founder, Allie Hill, will take the lead in a rather special Doga fundraising class.
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Leo Varadkar: Ireland are 'open' to Brexit extension

Leo Varadkar: Ireland are 'open' to Brexit extension

Irish premier Leo Varadkar has said British prime minister Theresa May will address the country on Wednesday evening.
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Scientists create particle robots like Prince of Wales' feared 'grey goo'

Scientists create particle robots like Prince of Wales' feared 'grey goo'

Scientists have developed cell-like robots that they compare to the 'grey goo' feared by the Prince of Wales.
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The car manufacturers that make motorbikes too

The car manufacturers that make motorbikes too

While there are plenty of highly focused manufacturers aiming to serve one niche, some split their efforts between cars and bikes.
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Pitt and DiCaprio star in trailer for Quentin Tarantino's new film

Pitt and DiCaprio star in trailer for Quentin Tarantino's new film

Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio star in the first trailer for Quentin Tarantino's new crime film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood. The film centres on the Manson Family murders in the late 1960s in Los Angeles, telling the story of Rick Dalton (DiCa...
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Donald Tusk approves 'short' Brexit delay

Donald Tusk approves 'short' Brexit delay

A "short" delay to Brexit will be possible provided Parliament votes for Theresa May's deal, European Council president Donald Tusk has said. Mr Tusk said he had spoken to the Prime Minister after receiving her formal request for an extension of ...
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The best in-car Easter eggs

The best in-car Easter eggs

While car designers usually have to stay on a clear, laid-out path when sketching a new model, some get away with including small references and eccentricities that make it to the final product.
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Duke of Sussex plants tree at primary school in Acton

Duke of Sussex plants tree at primary school in Acton

The Duke of Sussex visits St Vincent's Catholic Primary School in Acton, west London, to take part in a tree planting project, in support of the Queen's Commonwealth Canopy initiative.
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Factory worker celebrates GBP71million lottery win

Factory worker celebrates GBP71million lottery win

Factory worker Ade Goodchild is unveiled as the winner of last Friday's GBP71 million EuroMillions jackpot. The 58-year-old Hereford bachelor has given up work immediately and plans to travel the world with his winnings.
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Baby giraffe takes first steps outside at Chester Zoo

Baby giraffe takes first steps outside at Chester Zoo

Rare two-week-old giraffe calf, Mburo, stretches his long legs exploring the outside world for the fist time at Chester Zoo.
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Meet GB's Kiera Byland, the Chris Hoy of the Special Olympics movement

Meet GB's Kiera Byland, the Chris Hoy of the Special Olympics movement

Kiera Byland is 21 and already has six Special Olympics World Games cycling gold medals, but that domination doesn't tell half of her story.
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Theresa May requests three-month Brexit delay

Theresa May requests three-month Brexit delay

Prime Minister Theresa May has requested a three-month delay to Brexit, postponing the UK's departure from the European Union from March 29 to June 30. In a letter to European Council president Donald Tusk, Mrs May said that she did not believe i...
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Koala refuses to leave air conditioned car

Koala refuses to leave air conditioned car

A winemaker in the Alluca Vinyards, Blewitt Springs, South Australia gets a surprise after leaving his car door open for his dog. A stubborn koala has taken refuge in the cool car and doesn't want to leave. Tim Whitrow who filmed his encounter ...
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Katie Price denies charges of shouting abuse at school

Katie Price denies charges of shouting abuse at school

Former glamour model Katie Price has denied charges of using threatening and abusive words in the village of Shipley in West Sussex. Price was appearing in her third court case this year.
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Theresa May's most awkward Brexit moments

Theresa May's most awkward Brexit moments

Here are some of Theresa May's most awkward moments throughout the Brexit negotiation process.
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Jadon Sancho scores cheeky Panenka penalty in England training

Jadon Sancho scores cheeky Panenka penalty in England training

England teenager Jadon Sancho embarrassed goalkeeper Jack Butland in training with a cheeky Panenka penalty. The team were having a sudden-death shootout in their warm-up for the Euro 2020 qualifier against the Czech Republic.
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Andrea Leadsom says the PM is 'working her socks off' to take the UK out of the EU

Andrea Leadsom says the PM is 'working her socks off' to take the UK out of the EU

Appearing on LBC Radio, Commons Leader Andrea Leadsom said the Prime Minister is "extremely frustrated" but "remains determined to take us out of the EU" and hopes to do so without participating in EU elections.
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Reef manta ray spotted for the first time in the Eastern Pacific

Reef manta ray spotted for the first time in the Eastern Pacific

Scientists have reported the first sighting of a pregnant reef manta ray off the isolated Cocos Island, Costa Rica, in the Eastern Pacific. It was spotted nearly 6,000km east from the nearest confirmed sighting location.
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Countdown to Brexit: Nine days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: Nine days until Britain leaves the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on March 29. Here, we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
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First funerals for New Zealand mosque attack victims

First funerals for New Zealand mosque attack victims

A father and son who fled the civil war in Syria for "the safest country in the world" but were killed in the New Zealand mosque attack were buried on Wednesday. Theirs were the first two funerals for the 50 victims of shootings at two mosques in...
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Lenny Johnrose: I want to spread the word about MND in football

Lenny Johnrose: I want to spread the word about MND in football

Interview with former Burnley, Bury and Swansea City footballer Lenny Johnrose, who was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease in March 2017 - going public in August 2018. He talks about the impact of the disease on his ability to walk, having init...
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Charlie Brooker: Contemporary dystopia reflected in Black Mirror

Charlie Brooker: Contemporary dystopia reflected in Black Mirror

Black Mirror creator Charlie Brooker says the contemporary world provides plenty to inspire the bleak visions of the hit series as he attends the Royal Television Society Awards alongside the show's producer Annabel Jones.
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Two arrested after St Patrick's Day crush in Cookstown

Two arrested after St Patrick's Day crush in Cookstown

Two men have been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter by police investigating the deaths of three teenagers outside a St Patrick's Day disco, police said. The youngsters died after a crush near the Greenvale Hotel in Cookstown in Co Tyrone on Su...
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Harry Kane welcomes Callum Hadson-Odoi's flair to England Squad

Harry Kane welcomes Callum Hadson-Odoi's flair to England Squad

England captain Harry Kane is looking forward to seeing the added "flair and flexibility" brought to the squad by newcomer Callum Hudson-Odoi. The 18-year-old Chelsea winger was promoted from the under-21 squad on Monday as a replacement for the ...
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Usain Bolt congratulates Jamaica's Kirk Wint after Special Olympics 50m dash glory

Usain Bolt congratulates Jamaica's Kirk Wint after Special Olympics 50m dash glory

Jamaican athlete Kirk Wint receives a silver medal in the 50m dash at the Special Olympics in Dubai. Former Olympic sprinter Usain Bolt later tweeted his congratulations.
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Barnier: EU will assess 'usefulness' of delaying Brexit

Barnier: EU will assess 'usefulness' of delaying Brexit

The European Union will need to know "the reason and the usefulness" of any UK request for a delay to Brexit before deciding whether to grant an extension, the EU's chief negotiator has cautioned. Theresa May is due to write by the end of Wednesd...
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'Yellow vest' protesters try to storm Attorney General's office

'Yellow vest' protesters try to storm Attorney General's office

Protesters attempt to occupy the Attorney General's office in Westminster amid claims that their calls for a meeting over the deaths of three teenage boys in January 2018 have been ignored.
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Drink-driver's crash captured on her own dash cam

Drink-driver's crash captured on her own dash cam

A drink-driver denied crashing into traffic lights even though she was caught in the act on her own dash cam. Caroline Jeffery later admitted the offence at Worthing Magistrates' Court and was banned from driving for 18 months.
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Meghan and Harry sign book of remembrance for Christchurch victims

Meghan and Harry sign book of remembrance for Christchurch victims

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex arrive at New Zealand House in central London to pay their respects to the 50 people who died in the Christchurch shooting.
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1,000 days since the Brexit referendum: What was said then and now?

1,000 days since the Brexit referendum: What was said then and now?

We take a look at how the rhetoric of some of the prominent figures in Brexit has changed since Britain voted to leave the EU 1,000 days ago.
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Best French classics for less than GBP20,000

Best French classics for less than GBP20,000

The used car market is full of beautiful, unique cars from France - here are some of the best available for GBP20,000.
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Police: Witnesses to crush outside disco won't face action for being underage

Police: Witnesses to crush outside disco won't face action for being underage

Detective Superintendent Raymond Murray gives a press briefing at Dungannon Police Station to speak about the deaths of three teenagers at Greenvale Hotel in Cookstown, Co Tyrone. In an effort to get more teenage witnesses to come forward, he pr...
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Royal Mail rolls out e-Trikes to reduce CO2 emissions

Royal Mail rolls out e-Trikes to reduce CO2 emissions

Royal Mail is conducting its first ever trial of zero-emission e-Trikes in Stratford (East London), Cambridge and Sutton Coldfield later this month. Boosted by pedal and solar power, e-trikes could reduce CO2 emissions in urban areas.
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Cheering crowds greet the Queen and Kate at King's College London

Cheering crowds greet the Queen and Kate at King's College London

The Queen and the Duchess of Cambridge met a robot and admired London rooftop views as they teamed up for their first joint engagement outside palace walls. The pair visited King's College London to open new education and learning facilities on ...
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Disney release new trailer for Toy Story 4

Disney release new trailer for Toy Story 4

Disney release a brand new trailer for the fourth instalment of the Toy Story franchise.
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Journalists surround Boris Johnson as he leaves Cabinet Office

Journalists surround Boris Johnson as he leaves Cabinet Office

Boris Johnson leaving the Cabinet Office as the Government try to break the deadlock on Brexit. Speaker John Bercow ruled out another vote on the PM's deal unless MPs are given a new motion.
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Netflix drops first full trailer for David Attenborough's 'Our Planet'

Netflix drops first full trailer for David Attenborough's 'Our Planet'

Sir David Attenborough speaks over striking footage of wildlife from all corners of the globe in the first extended trailer for new Netflix series Our Planet.
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Donald Tusk meets Leo Varadkar in Dublin for Brexit talks

Donald Tusk meets Leo Varadkar in Dublin for Brexit talks

President of the European Council Donald Tusk signs the guest book at the Government Buildings in Dublin where he will hold Brexit talks with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.
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