The Duke and Duchess of Sussex prepare for family tour of South Africa

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex prepare for family tour of South Africa

The Duke of Sussex, who recently admitted "I feel more myself in Africa", is about to begin a tour of South Africa with his wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, and their baby son Archie. Harry once said, when asked what he would do if he were not...
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Greta Thunberg on climate strikes: I would never have predicted this was going to happen

Greta Thunberg on climate strikes: I would never have predicted this was going to happen

Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, who sparked the global climate strike movement, has urged people in power to take action against climate change. Hundreds of thousands of people led by school children have taken part in the protests acros...
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Jeremy Corbyn addresses climate protest in London

Jeremy Corbyn addresses climate protest in London

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn thanked everyone who showed up at the central London demonstration for their very public display of "determination to combat climate change and to protect our environment and our planet". He said: "An unequal and unjus...
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Chelsea v Liverpool: Premier League match preview

Chelsea v Liverpool: Premier League match preview

An in-depth look at Chelsea's Premier League clash with Liverpool at Stamford Bridge. Liverpool go into the game having won all of their league games so far this season.
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West Ham v Man United: Premier League match preview

West Ham v Man United: Premier League match preview

An in-depth match preview ahead of Manchester United's Premier League visit to West Ham. Both sides have had a mixed start to the season, with two wins and eight points from their opening five games.
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Protesters across the UK join global climate strike

Protesters across the UK join global climate strike

Schoolchildren across the UK and Ireland go on strike to call for more action on climate change. At events from Cornwall to Scotland, they are being joined by parents, campaigners and workers to demand urgent action on tackling greenhouse gases d...
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Sir Lenny Henry introduces himself as Justin Trudeau at diversity speech

Sir Lenny Henry introduces himself as Justin Trudeau at diversity speech

Courtesy: RTS Cambridge Convention. Sir Lenny Henry introduces himself as Justin Trudeau after the Canadian Prime Minister's recent scandal over blackface photos. The comedian was speaking at Session Seventeen: Better Television or Better Diversit...
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Ireland v Scotland: Rugby World Cup match preview

Ireland v Scotland: Rugby World Cup match preview

An in-depth look at an early crunch match in the Rugby World Cup as old rivals Ireland and Scotland go head-to-head. Both sides know each other well from countless Six Nations clashes, but who will come out on top in the Far East?
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We need to redress the balance between red and white ball cricket - Giles

We need to redress the balance between red and white ball cricket - Giles

Ashley Giles says there is a need to redress the balance between red and white-ball cricket in the English game as central contracts are handed out to players in both formats. It comes after a wonderful summer for English cricket came to an end w...
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Rugby World Cup: England prop Joe Marler shows off his Japanese language skills

Rugby World Cup: England prop Joe Marler shows off his Japanese language skills

England prop Joe Marler attempted to show off his Japanese at a press conference in Sapporo ahead of their World Cup opener. Marler's vocabulary was basic, with fellow front row Dan Cole revealing they have only had sporadic lessons.
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England v Tonga: Rugby World Cup match preview

England v Tonga: Rugby World Cup match preview

An in-depth look at England's opening match of the Rugby World Cup against Tonga in Pool C. Eddie Jones has named a strong line-up for the game against the Pacific Islanders, who he insists he will not be underestimating.
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Countdown to Brexit: 41 days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: 41 days until Britain leaves the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on October 31 2019. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
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England expecting 'ferocious battle' against Tonga in World Cup opener

England expecting 'ferocious battle' against Tonga in World Cup opener

England coach Eddie Jones says his team are expecting a 'ferocious battle' in their Rugby World Cup opener against Tonga on September 22. They will launch their World Cup quest with all guns blazing after naming their strongest available side for...
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Climate strikes expected to be largest environmental protest in history

Climate strikes expected to be largest environmental protest in history

Tens of thousands of protesters gather in Australia as a day of worldwide demonstrations calling for action to guard against climate change began ahead a U.N. summit in New York.
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Dave speaks after Mercury Prize win

Dave speaks after Mercury Prize win

Clip from rapper Dave after he wins the Mercury Prize 2019. The Streatham-based artist beat off competition from Foals, The 1975 and Little Simz to win the prestigious prize.
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Canadian leader Justin Trudeau says he cannot be 'definitive' about occasions wearing brownface

Canadian leader Justin Trudeau says he cannot be 'definitive' about occasions wearing brownface

Canadian leader Justin Trudeau says he cannot be 'definitive' about occasions wearing brownface. Amid his bid for re-election, his reputation is under attack in a furor triggered by photos and video of him in brownface.
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Mercury Prize nominees Foals in show of support for Extinction Rebellion

Mercury Prize nominees Foals in show of support for Extinction Rebellion

Foals have backed Extinction Rebellion and called on musicians to unite in the environmental fight. The British band have been nominated for the Mercury Prize 2019 for their album Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 1.
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Boris Johnson operates drone during British Army visit

Boris Johnson operates drone during British Army visit

Prime Minister Boris Johnson was given the chance to improve his flying skills at the Salisbury Plain training zone in Wiltshire. Assisted by two British troops, Mr Johnson was told how the device is used to give soldiers a live feed of upcoming ...
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Piers Morgan defends interviews with Donald Trump

Piers Morgan defends interviews with Donald Trump

Piers Morgan has denied letting US President Donald Trump "off the hook" in interviews. The TV presenter was speaking at the Royal Television Society's conference in Cambridge.
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Jacob Rees-Mogg: It was a mistake to recline on front bench during key Brexit debate

Jacob Rees-Mogg: It was a mistake to recline on front bench during key Brexit debate

Courtesy of Telegraph.co.uk. Jacob Rees-Mogg expresses regret at his decision to recline on the front bench while listening to a key Brexit debate, noting it was a "distraction". He came under fire for how he held himself on the front bench, adop...
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What has happened in the Supreme Court prorogation case?

What has happened in the Supreme Court prorogation case?

Boris Johnson faces an anxious wait as the UK's highest court considers whether he acted unlawfully by suspending Parliament for five weeks in the face of a looming Brexit deadline. The case is a significant test for the Prime Minister, whose dec...
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Britain's Got Talent magician shows off magic tricks in London

Britain's Got Talent magician shows off magic tricks in London

Magician Maddox Dixon has performed a series of magic tricks and illusions to help take people away from the September Blues. The seasonal mood shift comes as the weather gets colder and the days get shorter.
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John Humphrys presents his final Today programme

John Humphrys presents his final Today programme

John Humphrys signs off his final Today programme after 32 years presenting. The 76-year-old joined Today in January 1987 and gained a reputation as a fearsome interviewer.
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Brexit Secretary: Both sides need to be 'creative and flexible' to secure a deal

Brexit Secretary: Both sides need to be 'creative and flexible' to secure a deal

Brexit Secretary Stephen Barclay attempts to placate Spanish business leaders over upcoming Brexit negotiations. He urges increased creativity while spelling out the strength of the UK's current financial situation.
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New Zealand PM mistakes Japan for China

New Zealand PM mistakes Japan for China

New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern mistakenly refers to Japan as China as she arrives in Tokyo.The Prime Minister was speaking to reporters when she made the gaffe during a news conference.
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Labour: Autumn party conference preview

Labour: Autumn party conference preview

A look ahead to the Labour Party conference in Brighton taking place between September 21-25.
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Countdown to Brexit: 42 days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: 42 days until Britain leaves the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on October 31 2019. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
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Greta Thunberg tells Congress to 'listen to scientists'

Greta Thunberg tells Congress to 'listen to scientists'

Climate activist Greta Thunberg told legislators to "listen to the scientists" at a congressional hearing in the US. The 16-year-old took questions on the issues of climate change.
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Justin Trudeau apologises for 'brownface' photo

Justin Trudeau apologises for 'brownface' photo

Canadian leader Justin Trudeau's campaign for national elections was hit on Wednesday by the publication of a yearbook photo showing him in brownface makeup at a costume party in 2001.
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Meet Pluto, the dog who turned vegetarian

Meet Pluto, the dog who turned vegetarian

A dog owner has claimed that his pet pooch was so scarred by becoming sick when he scoffed the remnants of a disposable BBQ that he turned vegetarian. When Robin Dixon, 60, came across shards of an aluminium tray scattered across his garden, he k...
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'Panicked' Cameron sought Queen's support in Scottish independence campaign

'Panicked' Cameron sought Queen's support in Scottish independence campaign

David Cameron sought support from the Queen during the Scottish independence referendum campaign after a poll predicting a Yes victory "panicked" him, the ex-prime minister has said. Mr Cameron made contact with Buckingham Palace officials in 201...
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David Cameron: Sometimes I'd turn around and wonder where Jeremy Corbyn was

David Cameron: Sometimes I'd turn around and wonder where Jeremy Corbyn was

LBC's Nick Ferrari interviews David Cameron about the EU referendum campaign and the subsequent, continuing years of political turmoil. He also criticised Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn, saying: "I was on the battle lines fighting as hard as I could...
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Solskjaer prepares to test youth in FC Astana clash

Solskjaer prepares to test youth in FC Astana clash

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's has said he will use the Europa League to provide young players in his squad with an opportunity to get game time. His side kick off their Group L campaign at home to the perennial Kazakhstan champions at Old Trafford on Th...
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Unai Emery: Mesut Ozil needs rest despite playing in one match this season

Unai Emery: Mesut Ozil needs rest despite playing in one match this season

Unai Emery insists Mesut Ozil needs rest despite playing just 71 minutes of football this season as the Arsenal head coach left the forward at home for the Europa League tie with Eintracht Frankfurt. Ozil, 30, had not featured at all this season ...
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Iranian missiles and drones were used to attack oil sites, say Saudis

Iranian missiles and drones were used to attack oil sites, say Saudis

Saudi Arabia has claimed Iranian cruise missiles and drones were used to attack the kingdom's oil industry, showing journalists the remains of the weapons but stopping short of directly accusing Tehran of launching the assault. Iran denies being ...
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Ineos to create hundreds of jobs at new Bridgend plant

Ineos to create hundreds of jobs at new Bridgend plant

The UK car industry was given a huge boost on Wednesday with news of hundreds of jobs to build a new 4x4 vehicle. Ineos Automotive announced it will build the new model at Bridgend in South Wales, next to the huge Ford engine plant which is closi...
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PM's prorogation was not intended to 'stymie' Parliament ahead of Brexit

PM's prorogation was not intended to 'stymie' Parliament ahead of Brexit

Boris Johnson did not advise the Queen to suspend Parliament for five weeks for any "improper purpose", Supreme Court justices have heard. Sir James Eadie QC, representing the Prime Minister, told the 11-strong panel that the suggestion the proro...
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Nicola Surgeon believes a No-deal Brexit is "a very significant risk"

Nicola Surgeon believes a No-deal Brexit is "a very significant risk"

Nicola Surgeon believes a No-deal believes a No-deal Brexit is "a very significant risk". Scotland's First Minister was speaking during a visit to Berlin.
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Jeremy Corbyn refuses to say whether he would campaign for Leave or Remain

Jeremy Corbyn refuses to say whether he would campaign for Leave or Remain

Jeremy Corbyn has repeatedly refused to clarify whether he would back Remain or Leave in a Brexit referendum he would call as prime minister. The Labour leader did not rule out remaining neutral in a referendum giving the public the option betwee...
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Angry parent stops Boris Johnson on hospital visit

Angry parent stops Boris Johnson on hospital visit

The father of a young girl being treated in a children's ward expresses his anger over hospital waiting times to Boris Johnson during the PM's visit to Whipps Cross University Hospital in Leytonstone, east London.
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Jean-Claude Juncker: Risk of a no-deal remains real

Jean-Claude Juncker: Risk of a no-deal remains real

Jean-Claude Juncker has said there is a "palpable" risk of a no-deal Brexit. Speaking at the European Parliament, the European Commission President said "the risk of a no-deal remains real" but that would be the choice of the UK Government.
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England train in Japan ahead of the Rugby World Cup

England train in Japan ahead of the Rugby World Cup

England's rugby team have been put through their paces on the pitch ahead of the Rugby World Cup in Japan. England will play Tonga in their opening game on September 22.
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Warren Gatland: Rob Howley devastated by allegations he breached betting rules

Warren Gatland: Rob Howley devastated by allegations he breached betting rules

Wales head coach Warren Gatland at a press conference in the RIHGA Royal Hotel, Kitakyushu, Japan after assistant coach Rob Howley was sent home from the World Cup following an alleged breach of World Rugby's betting and anti-corruption betting re...
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Countdown to Brexit: 43 days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: 43 days until Britain leaves the EU

Britain is set to leave the European Union on October 31 2019. Here we take a look at the latest figures behind Brexit.
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Formula One preview: A lap of the Singapore Grand Prix

Formula One preview: A lap of the Singapore Grand Prix

Facts and figures ahead of the Singapore Grand Prix as we take a lap of the nighttime track. Lewis Hamilton will be looking to extend his lead at the top of the World Championship, while also becoming the most successful driver in the race's short...
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Former athlete hoping to break Guinness World Record despite motor neurone disease diagnosis

Former athlete hoping to break Guinness World Record despite motor neurone disease diagnosis

A super-fit rugby player whose slurred speech turned out to be the first sign of motor neurone disease is taking on a string of gruelling physical challenges in a bid to make the most of his uncertain future. Having played rugby semi-professional...
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Klopp: Penalty call was game changer for Liverpool

Klopp: Penalty call was game changer for Liverpool

Jurgen Klopp questioned the awarding of a penalty to Napoli which he felt proved decisive as Liverpool started the defence of their Champions League crown on a bum note. The Reds lacked a cutting edge but would have been worthy of a point at the ...
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Frank Lampard: Mason Mount has ankle injury

Frank Lampard: Mason Mount has ankle injury

Chelsea head coach Frank Lampard confirmed youngster Mason Mount has an ankle-injury following a bad tackle by former Arsenal midfielder Francis Coquelin in their 1-0 loss to Valencia in the Champions League. Lampard also confirmed that Ross Bark...
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