Angelina Jolie: How my daughters inspired screen relationship with Elle Fanning

Angelina Jolie: How my daughters inspired screen relationship with Elle Fanning

Angelina Jolie has said that her 'willingness to fight' to protect her three daughters inspired her on-screen maternal relationship with co-star Elle Fanning in Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil. The Hollywood actress, 44, plays the fearsome fairy que...
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Queen's speech: Government's 'priority' is EU departure by 31 October

Queen's speech: Government's 'priority' is EU departure by 31 October

The Government pledge to leave the EU by October 31 and deliver a crackdown on crime as it set out its legislative agenda in the Queen's speech. It came as the Prime Minister seeks a snap general election.
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Queen delivers first speech of Boris Johnson's premiership

Queen delivers first speech of Boris Johnson's premiership

Queen Elizabeth II delivers the Queen's Speech at the State Opening of Parliament in the House of Lords at the Palace of Westminster in London.
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Petr Cech celebrates winning debut for Guildford Phoenix

Petr Cech celebrates winning debut for Guildford Phoenix

Former Chelsea and Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech celebrated a winning debut as goaltender for the Guildford Phoenix over Swindon Wildcats 2 in English ice hockey competition on Sunday.
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Paul Gascoigne arrives at court for sexual assault trial

Paul Gascoigne arrives at court for sexual assault trial

Paul Gascoigne arrives at Teesside Crown Court where he is to go on trial charged with sexually assaulting a woman on a train in August 2018. He denies the offence.
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Simon Coveney: Brexit deal possible this week but not there yet

Simon Coveney: Brexit deal possible this week but not there yet

Deputy Irish premier Simon Coveney says that a Brexit deal may be possible in the coming days, after technical teams from Britain and the European Union worked through the weekend. Coveney insisted it was essential to give the negotiators time to...
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Vinnie Jones breaks down in first TV interview since wife's death

Vinnie Jones breaks down in first TV interview since wife's death

Vinnie Jones broke down in tears in his first TV appearance since the death of his wife Tanya, as he revealed how she told him not to grieve for her in a letter. The footballer-turned-actor also praised Tanya for not seeking fame over the years w...
Japan rescue crews search for typhoon survivors

Japan rescue crews search for typhoon survivors

Rescue crews in Japan are digging through mudslides and searching for missing people following a typhoon that has left dozens dead. Typhoon Hagibis unleashed torrents of rain and strong winds on October 12. Kyodo News service counted 36 deaths c...
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Countdown to Brexit: 17 days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: 17 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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Euro 2020 qualifier preview: England v Bulgaria

Euro 2020 qualifier preview: England v Bulgaria

Gareth Southgate and Harry Kane vowed to bounce back from England's shock defeat to the Czech Republic by getting their Euro 2020 qualification campaign back on track in Bulgaria. After 43 unbeaten matches stretching across a 10-year period, the ...
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Japan 27-21 Scotland: Hosts condemn Scotland to World Cup exit

Japan 27-21 Scotland: Hosts condemn Scotland to World Cup exit

Scotland withstood both a typhoon and an earthquake on the eve of their win-or-bust showdown with Japan but found themselves blown out of the World Cup as the super-charged hosts claimed a 28-21 win in Yokohama.
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England look to bounce back against Bulgaria

England look to bounce back against Bulgaria

Gareth Southgate and Harry Kane vowed to bounce back from England's shock defeat to the Czech Republic by getting their Euro 2020 qualification campaign back on track in Bulgaria. After 43 unbeaten matches stretching across a 10-year period, the ...
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Wales 35-13 Uruguay: French test awaits Wales in RWC quarter-finals

Wales 35-13 Uruguay: French test awaits Wales in RWC quarter-finals

Wales secure a World Cup quarter-final clash against France next Sunday with a 35-13 victory over Uruguay. The Six Nations champions fielded only three of their probable last-eight starting XV - wing Josh Adams, centre Hadleigh Parkes and flanker...
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The Prince of Wales meets the Pope

The Prince of Wales meets the Pope

The Prince of Wales meets with the Pope after a canonisation ceremony for Cardinal John Henry Newman. In front of tens of thousands of pilgrims in the Vatican's St Peter's Square, the Pontiff elevated the English theologian, priest and writer to ...
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Ferrybridge cooling towers demolished

Ferrybridge cooling towers demolished

Four cooling towers at Ferrybridge Power Station have been demolished in a "significant milestone in the history of the UK energy industry". Parts of West Yorkshire came to a standstill as the landmark towers, at the junction of the A1(M) and M62...
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William and Kate going on first official tour of Pakistan

William and Kate going on first official tour of Pakistan

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are embarking on a royal tour of Pakistan amid political tensions and security concerns in the region. It will be the royal couple's first official visit to Pakistan and their "most complex" tour to date, accordi...
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Harry Dunn death: Home Secretary plays down suggestions that Anne Sacoolas could be extradited from

Harry Dunn death: Home Secretary plays down suggestions that Anne Sacoolas could be extradited from

Home Secretary Priti Patel has played down suggestions that Anne Sacoolas could be extradited from the United States over the death of 19-year-old Harry Dunn in a road accident. The Foreign Office has reportedly said that it no longer considers t...
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Countdown to Brexit: 18 days until Britain leaves the EU

Countdown to Brexit: 18 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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Deadly typhoon strikes Japan

Deadly typhoon strikes Japan

Helicopters, boats and thousands of troops were deployed across Japan to rescue people stranded in flooded homes as the death toll from a ferocious typhoon climbed to at least 19 with more than a dozen missing. Public broadcaster NHK said 14 rive...
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Singer MIA demands release of Julian Assange

Singer MIA demands release of Julian Assange

Singer MIA has demanded the release of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange after visiting him in London's high security Belmarsh prison. The rapper and songwriter - real name Mathangi Arulpragasam - is one of a number of celebrity supporters who hav...
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Ireland 47-5 Samoa: Joe Schmidt and Rory Best look ahead to quarter-finals

Ireland 47-5 Samoa: Joe Schmidt and Rory Best look ahead to quarter-finals

Ireland Rugby coach Joe Schmidt and captain Rory Best react to their side's 47-5 victory over Samoa, which secured a place in the World Cup quarter-finals. A bonus-point victory in Fukuoka sealed a safe passage to the last eight, whatever happen...
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Ireland 47-5 Samoa: Joe Schmidt and Rory Best look ahead to quarter-finals

Ireland 47-5 Samoa: Joe Schmidt and Rory Best look ahead to quarter-finals

Ireland Rugby coach Joe Schmidt and captain Rory Best react to their side's 47-5 victory over Samoa, which secured a place in the World Cup quarter-finals. A bonus-point victory in Fukuoka sealed a safe passage to the last eight, whatever happen...
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Arndale stabbings 'unlikely to be politically or religiously motivated'

Arndale stabbings 'unlikely to be politically or religiously motivated'

Andy Burnham, the mayor of Greater Manchester, speaks at the Arndale shopping centre. A knife attack at the complex appears to have been "more mental health-related" than politically or religiously motivated, he said. Three people are recovering...
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Former Paralympic cyclist speaks about plane stunt outside court

Former Paralympic cyclist speaks about plane stunt outside court

A former Paralympic cyclist accused of climbing on to a British Airways plane and gluing himself to it has denied causing a public nuisance. James Brown, 55, who is visually impaired, is alleged to have climbed on top of the aircraft at London Ci...
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Man accused of 1972 murder of soldiers in Northern Ireland denied bail

Man accused of 1972 murder of soldiers in Northern Ireland denied bail

John Downey, who is facing prosecution for the murder of two soldiers in Northern Ireland, is taken from Omagh Magistrates' Court, where he was refused bail due to the judge's assessment that he may be a flight risk. Downey, who was wanted over ...
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