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Brexit: May urges EU leaders to consider ‘serious’ UK plans

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Mrs May briefed EU leaders for 10 minutes in Salzburg The onus is on both sides to do a Brexit deal, Theresa May has told fellow EU leaders as she urged them to back her "serious" Chequers plan.At a dinner in Salzburg, she told her 27 counterparts a deal had to preserve the deep economic ties while delivering on promises made to Northern
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Justin Bieber serenades fiancee outside Buckingham Palace

[ad_1] Justin Bieber has been spotted busking outside Buckingham Palace in London.The US singer's impromptu gig not only surprised fans but also his fiancee Hailey Baldwin as he started to serenade her.Baldwin, a model and niece of Alec Baldwin, filmed Bieber as he played songs on his acoustic guitar at the foot of the Victoria Memorial.The couple announced their engagement in July and were in the UK as Baldwin was
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Man in Salisbury ‘illness’ hoaxed Prince Charles

[ad_1] Image copyright Instagram Anna Shapiro Image caption A picture of the couple, posted on Ms Shapiro's Instagram account in 2015 The man who prompted a major incident in Salisbury after falling ill in a restaurant - six months after a nerve agent attack in the city - once hoaxed Prince Charles.Alex King, 42, was admitted to hospital on Sunday after apparently becoming unwell in Prezzo with his wife.Police sources
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CCTV shows car crashing into nightclub dance floor

[ad_1] CCTV showing a car being driven onto the dance floor of a Gravesend nightclub has been released by police.Eight people were injured in the incident on 17 March.The footage has been shown to jurors at Maidstone Crown Court in the trial of 21-year-old Mohammed Abdul from Deptford, south-east London.He denies attempted murder and causing grievous bodily harm with intent. [ad_2] Source link
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English priest detained after sex attack on Rome train

[ad_1] Image copyright Clifton Diocese Image caption Father Peter Slocombe was arrested in Rome on Monday An English Catholic priest sexually assaulted a woman on a train in Rome before injuring two police officers, it has emerged. Father Peter Slocombe was convicted in a closed court of sexual violence and injuring a public official.He attacked the woman, 40, on Sunday and injured the officers as they tried to arrest him,
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#KindrGrindr: Gay dating app launches anti-racism campaign

[ad_1] Image copyright Getty Images If you're a black or Asian user of gay dating app Grindr, then it's possible you've encountered racism while using it.Some users of the app have said they've come across what they believe are discriminatory statements on other profiles - things like "no blacks and no Asians".Others say they've faced racist comments in conversation with users when they've rejected their advances.Now Grindr has taken a
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Grenfell Inquiry: I hope you get justice, says firefighter

[ad_1] Image copyright PA Image caption Watch Manager Norman Harrison said he was shocked by the severity of the fire A firefighter who pressed his supervisors to abandon the policy of telling residents to "stay put" during the Grenfell Tower fire has said he hopes victims' families get "justice".Norman Harrison, a watch manager with 25 years' experience, was called to the fire at 01:15 BST - more than 90 minutes
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Jack’s: Will people switch to Tesco’s new chain?

[ad_1] The UK's biggest supermarket chain is taking on Aldi and Lidl with its own discount store.The first Jack's branch has been unveiled by Tesco in Chatteris, Cambridgeshire, and will open on Thursday, along with an outlet in Immingham, Lincolnshire.It is named after Tesco founder Sir Jack Cohen and its chief executive said it would be cheaper than the German discounters.About 10 to 15 more stores are planned in new
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Brecon Beacons SAS deaths: Call for MoD to face courts

[ad_1] Image copyright AFP Image caption Cpl James Dunsby, L/Cpl Edward Maher and L/Cpl Craig Roberts died in July 2013 The Ministry of Defence has not learned lessons from the deaths of three men on an SAS march and should lose its immunity from prosecution, an MP says.Madeleine Moon believes "systemic failures" are continuing in the armed forces five years after the reservists collapsed in the Brecon Beacons.Two men who