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Michel Barnier's hints at a compromise are music to Theresa May's ears
Theresa May is travelling to Mozart's birthplace, Salzburg, in a bid to find some much-needed harmony on Brexit at a two-day summit of European leaders.
Kim Jong Un agrees to close missile test site after South Korea talks
North Korea dictator Kim Jong Un has vowed to permanently dismantle a missile test site and a launch pad after talks with South Korea.
Police investigate possible anti-Muslim attack after car hits pedestrians outside mosque
Police are investigating whether an incident in which a car hit pedestrians outside a mosque was an anti-Muslim attack.
Government will look 'closely' at Sky News' Make Debates Happen election campaign
Sky News' campaign to make TV debates a permanent fixture of general elections will be looked at "very closely and carefully" by the government, a minister has said.
Theresa May calls for end to social housing 'stigma' as she pledges £2bn for new homes
Theresa May has pledged a £2bn handout to housing associations in a bid to provide tens of thousands of new affordable homes.
Incidents of spiking double in three years, official figures show
Drinks spiking has more than doubled in three years, according to figures from UK police forces.
California doctor and girlfriend charged with drug rapes
A doctor who appeared on a dating show has been charged with drugging and sexually assaulting two women with his girlfriend - and police suspect there may be many more victims.
Organic and children's yoghurts are full of sugar, study finds
Many yoghurts - particularly organic products and those marketed at children - contain "well above" a healthy amount of sugar, according to a new study.
TV host and comedy writer Denis Norden dies aged 96
Former TV host and comedy writer Denis Norden has died aged 96, his family has said.
Sainsbury's-Asda merger referred for 'in-depth investigation'
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is referring the proposed merger between Sainsbury's and Asda for a further "in-depth investigation".