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Stabbed seven times in a month: Inside the safe houses saving gang members
Gang members desperate to escape a life of violence are being offered 'safe houses' in a scheme to combat knife crime in London.
Engineer killed while working on travelator at Waterloo station
An engineer has been killed while working on a travelator at Waterloo station.
EU's Juncker: No 'emotional attachment' to Brexit backstop
One of the EU's most senior figures has said he has "no emotional attachment" to the part of the Brexit deal Britain is trying to get Brussels to remove.
Lawyers to argue PM's parliament suspension was lawful
The government's lawyers will argue Boris Johnson's suspension of parliament was lawful and the Supreme Court cannot interfere in political matters.
Netanyahu's future on the line as Israel election too close to call
A national unity government has been called for in Israel after exit polls provided no clear winner in the country's second general election of 2019.
US believes Saudi oil refinery attack came from Iran as oil supplies resume
The attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities originated from inside Iran, according to US media reports.
Murdered teenager Jodie Chesney 'got caught up in quarrel between drug dealers'
A teenager was stabbed to death after getting caught up in an argument between drug dealers and was unlikely to have been the intended target, a court has been told.
Giant panda Chuang Chuang dies suddenly at Thai zoo
One of Thailand's favourite pandas has died unexpectedly at the age of 19.
Luxembourg PM's 'stunt' is a reminder why the UK wants Brexit, says US ambassador
Boris Johnson's treatment at the hands of Luxembourg's prime minister is a reminder of why the UK wants to leave the European Union, Donald Trump's ambassador in London is reported to have said.
Brexit pain blamed as Car Store owner cuts 300 jobs
The owner of used car chain Car Store is to close almost two-thirds of the brand's sites, citing an impact from Brexit.