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    Theresa May bows to pressure from hardline Brexiteers

    Theresa May bows to pressure from hardline Brexiteers


    Prime Minister Theresa May bowed to pressure from Brexit supporters in her Conservative Party on Monday, accepting their changes to a customs bill that underpins Britain's departure from the European...

    Prime Minister Theresa May bowed to pressure from Brexit supporters in her Conservative Party on Monday, accepting their changes to a customs bill that underpins Britain's departure from the European Union.

    Food and supplies sent to migrants on board ship off coast of Sicily as Italy awaits EU offers


    More food and drink has been sent to a pair of military ships off Sicily as Italy waited for other European nations to pledge to take some of the hundreds of migrants on board before allowing them to step on to Italian...

    More food and drink has been sent to a pair of military ships off Sicily as Italy waited for other European nations to pledge to take some of the hundreds of migrants on board before allowing them to step on to Italian soil.
    Former rough sleeper Sheeran gets nod for anti-homeless railings

    Former rough sleeper Sheeran gets nod for anti-homeless railings


    Pop superstar Ed Sheeran, who spent nights sleeping rough on the streets of London early in his career, has won planning permission to install "anti-homeless" railings outside his £8m (€9m) London...

    Pop superstar Ed Sheeran, who spent nights sleeping rough on the streets of London early in his career, has won planning permission to install "anti-homeless" railings outside his £8m (€9m) London home.
    Porsche from 'The Bridge' is sold off

    Porsche from 'The Bridge' is sold off


    The Porsche from hit crime drama 'The Bridge' has raised €141,000 for...

    The Porsche from hit crime drama 'The Bridge' has raised €141,000 for charity.
    May calls for Brexit unity and says Trump's 'brutal' advice was 'sue the EU'

    May calls for Brexit unity and says Trump's 'brutal' advice was 'sue the EU'


    British Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday appealed to warring Tory MPs to back her controversial blueprint for Brexit and avoid a disorderly withdrawal from the EU that would damage Britain's...

    British Prime Minister Theresa May yesterday appealed to warring Tory MPs to back her controversial blueprint for Brexit and avoid a disorderly withdrawal from the EU that would damage Britain's interests.
    Trump says EU his worst foe ahead of Putin meeting

    Trump says EU his worst foe ahead of Putin meeting


    Donald Trump described the European Union as top of his list of global foes yesterday while downplaying expectations of his summit with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki...

    Donald Trump described the European Union as top of his list of global foes yesterday while downplaying expectations of his summit with Vladimir Putin in Helsinki today.
    'Stinking' Berlin canal soon fit for swimmers

    'Stinking' Berlin canal soon fit for swimmers


    An ambitious project is under way to transform a polluted canal in central Berlin into an urban swimming...

    An ambitious project is under way to transform a polluted canal in central Berlin into an urban swimming area.
    Obituary: Lord Carrington

    Obituary: Lord Carrington


    Ireland has long been an exacting test of the moral quality of British statesmen. Northern Ireland was a rare blot on the long record of honourable public service of Lord Carrington, the former British cabinet minister, who died last Monday aged...

    Ireland has long been an exacting test of the moral quality of British statesmen. Northern Ireland was a rare blot on the long record of honourable public service of Lord Carrington, the former British cabinet minister, who died last Monday aged 99.

    Waiting in the wings? Tory runners and riders


    Theresa May has survived the week but her leadership remains under threat following the resignations of Boris Johnson and David Davis. As Eurosceptic Tory MPs weigh up their next move, Steven Swinford assesses who is in pole...

    Theresa May has survived the week but her leadership remains under threat following the resignations of Boris Johnson and David Davis. As Eurosceptic Tory MPs weigh up their next move, Steven Swinford assesses who is in pole position.

    Thousands of Scots say 'Dump Trump' as protesters descend on Edinburgh


    Thousands of anti-Trump campaigners descended on the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh for a national demonstration against the US president's...

    Thousands of anti-Trump campaigners descended on the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh for a national demonstration against the US president's visit.

    Fresh wave of migrants strains the unity of Italy's new populist coalition


    Italy's treatment of a group of asylum seekers rescued in the Mediterranean exposed simmering tensions within the country's populist government...

    Italy's treatment of a group of asylum seekers rescued in the Mediterranean exposed simmering tensions within the country's populist government yesterday.
    UK police find source of Novichok nerve agent in small bottle

    UK police find source of Novichok nerve agent in small bottle


    British counter-terrorism police said on Friday they believed they had found the source of the Novichok nerve agent that killed a woman in southwest England this month and left her partner Charlie Rowley critically ill in...

    British counter-terrorism police said on Friday they believed they had found the source of the Novichok nerve agent that killed a woman in southwest England this month and left her partner Charlie Rowley critically ill in hospital.
    Trump: May's Brexit deal not what people voted for

    Trump: May's Brexit deal not what people voted for


    Donald Trump has suggested Theresa May is not delivering the Brexit that British people voted for as he warned her against staying too closely tied to the...

    Donald Trump has suggested Theresa May is not delivering the Brexit that British people voted for as he warned her against staying too closely tied to the EU.
    Skyrocketing deaths of migrants blamed on Italy crackdown

    Skyrocketing deaths of migrants blamed on Italy crackdown


    Deaths among migrants crossing the Central Mediterranean have "skyrocketed" to more than 600 in the past four weeks as a consequence of Italy's crackdown on NGO boats, two charities claimed...

    Deaths among migrants crossing the Central Mediterranean have "skyrocketed" to more than 600 in the past four weeks as a consequence of Italy's crackdown on NGO boats, two charities claimed yesterday.

    Mother and grandmother jailed for killing teenager who 'rotted to death'


    The mother and grandmother of a teenager who was allowed to "rot to death" on an inflatable mattress have been jailed for four years and three years...

    The mother and grandmother of a teenager who was allowed to "rot to death" on an inflatable mattress have been jailed for four years and three years respectively.
    Man and woman arrested over girl's inflatable trampoline death

    Man and woman arrested over girl's inflatable trampoline death


    A man and woman have been arrested on suspicion of gross negligence manslaughter after a three-year-old girl was thrown from a seaside inflatable trampoline and...

    A man and woman have been arrested on suspicion of gross negligence manslaughter after a three-year-old girl was thrown from a seaside inflatable trampoline and died.
    Clooney crash driver blames 'blinding sun in his eyes'

    Clooney crash driver blames 'blinding sun in his eyes'


    The driver who crashed into George Clooney, sending him flying off his moped, has blamed blinding sun for the accident in...

    The driver who crashed into George Clooney, sending him flying off his moped, has blamed blinding sun for the accident in Italy.

    Living in a green area slows mental decline


    Living in the country or near a city park can reduce the rate of age-related mental decline, research has...

    Living in the country or near a city park can reduce the rate of age-related mental decline, research has shown.
    Ronaldo deal proves own goal for Fiat

    Ronaldo deal proves own goal for Fiat


    A Union has called a strike at Fiat Chrysler's Melfi plant in Italy to protest against the huge sums of money spent by Juventus to sign up Cristiano...

    A Union has called a strike at Fiat Chrysler's Melfi plant in Italy to protest against the huge sums of money spent by Juventus to sign up Cristiano Ronaldo.

    Neo-Nazi jailed for life over 10 racist murders


    A member of a German neo-Nazi gang was jailed for life yesterday for her part in the murders of 10 people during a seven-year campaign of racially motivated...

    A member of a German neo-Nazi gang was jailed for life yesterday for her part in the murders of 10 people during a seven-year campaign of racially motivated violence.

    BBC best-paid still all men despite gender pay-gap battle


    Women who led the BBC's gender pay campaign have made it on to a new list of top earners - but the corporation's 12 highest-paid stars are all...

    Women who led the BBC's gender pay campaign have made it on to a new list of top earners - but the corporation's 12 highest-paid stars are all men.
    Highly paid civil servant did no work for a decade

    Highly paid civil servant did no work for a decade


    A civil servant has been handed a nine-year ban from public posts after it emerged he had been absent from his €50,000-a-year job for more than a...

    A civil servant has been handed a nine-year ban from public posts after it emerged he had been absent from his €50,000-a-year job for more than a decade.
    British man poisoned with Novichok nerve agent regains consciousness – hospital

    British man poisoned with Novichok nerve agent regains consciousness – hospital


    A British man poisoned with the Novichok nerve agent 10 days ago has regained consciousness and he is now in a critical but stable condition, Salisbury District Hospital said on...

    A British man poisoned with the Novichok nerve agent 10 days ago has regained consciousness and he is now in a critical but stable condition, Salisbury District Hospital said on Tuesday.
    Brexit latest: Jeremy Hunt appointed British Foreign Secretary following Boris Johnson's resignation

    Brexit latest: Jeremy Hunt appointed British Foreign Secretary following Boris Johnson's resignation


    British Prime Minister Theresa May appointed Jeremy Hunt as foreign minister on Monday after predecessor Boris Johnson resigned in protest at the government's plans for a close trading relationship with the European...

    British Prime Minister Theresa May appointed Jeremy Hunt as foreign minister on Monday after predecessor Boris Johnson resigned in protest at the government's plans for a close trading relationship with the European Union.
    Boris Johnson - The Brexit poster boy who quit in frustration

    Boris Johnson - The Brexit poster boy who quit in frustration


    With his shambling gait, unruly mop of blond hair and unrivalled capacity for a striking turn of phrase, Boris Johnson has for years for been one of the most distinctive figures on the Westminster political...

    With his shambling gait, unruly mop of blond hair and unrivalled capacity for a striking turn of phrase, Boris Johnson has for years for been one of the most distinctive figures on the Westminster political scene.

    Russian attack led to death of woman from Novichok nerve agent - UK defence minister


    Russia has committed an attack that resulted in the death of a Briton, UK defence minister Gavin Williamson said on Monday, linking Russia to the incident after a 44 year-old woman who was poisoned by nerve agent Novichok...

    Russia has committed an attack that resulted in the death of a Briton, UK defence minister Gavin Williamson said on Monday, linking Russia to the incident after a 44 year-old woman who was poisoned by nerve agent Novichok died.

    Brexit latest: Boris Johnson resigns as British foreign secretary


    British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson quit on Monday over UK Prime Minister Theresa May's plans to leave the European Union, the second resignation in a day leaving the British leader's Brexit plans all but in...

    British Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson quit on Monday over UK Prime Minister Theresa May's plans to leave the European Union, the second resignation in a day leaving the British leader's Brexit plans all but in tatters.
    'Business as usual' despite Brexit Secretary's resignation - Coveney

    'Business as usual' despite Brexit Secretary's resignation - Coveney


    Tanaiste Simon Coveney warned that the Government will take its Brexit lead from Prime Minister Theresa May and stressed that it will be "business as usual" despite the high-profile resignation of Brexit Secretary David...

    Tanaiste Simon Coveney warned that the Government will take its Brexit lead from Prime Minister Theresa May and stressed that it will be "business as usual" despite the high-profile resignation of Brexit Secretary David Davis.

    Murder probe after woman dies from nerve poisoning


    A woman poisoned by a military-grade nerve agent has died, eight days after police think she touched a contaminated item that has not been...

    A woman poisoned by a military-grade nerve agent has died, eight days after police think she touched a contaminated item that has not been found.

    Funding block 'is a death sentence' for Le Pen party


    French judges have blocked the payment of €2.35m in state subsidies to the far-right party of Marine Le Pen, a move she described as a "death sentence" for the...

    French judges have blocked the payment of €2.35m in state subsidies to the far-right party of Marine Le Pen, a move she described as a "death sentence" for the group.
    Ten killed and 73 injured as Turkish train derails after heavy rain

    Ten killed and 73 injured as Turkish train derails after heavy rain


    Ten people were killed and 73 wounded when a train came off the rails in northwest Turkey on Sunday after heavy rain and a landslide, Turkish television channels quoted a health ministry official as...

    Ten people were killed and 73 wounded when a train came off the rails in northwest Turkey on Sunday after heavy rain and a landslide, Turkish television channels quoted a health ministry official as saying.
    'My tears only fell 20 years after facing down the butcher of Bosnia'

    'My tears only fell 20 years after facing down the butcher of Bosnia'


    As I swore my oath on the witness stand of the UN Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague in May 2010, I glanced at the face of Radovan Karadzic - the former leader of the Bosnian Serbs at whose trial I was to appear as a witness for the...

    As I swore my oath on the witness stand of the UN Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague in May 2010, I glanced at the face of Radovan Karadzic - the former leader of the Bosnian Serbs at whose trial I was to appear as a witness for the prosecution.
    Obituary: Michael Collins Persse

    Obituary: Michael Collins Persse


    Michael Collins Persse, who has died aged 86, was the Australian schoolmaster assigned to watch over Prince Charles during the two terms he spent at Geelong Grammar School in Victoria in...

    Michael Collins Persse, who has died aged 86, was the Australian schoolmaster assigned to watch over Prince Charles during the two terms he spent at Geelong Grammar School in Victoria in 1966.
    Obituary: Rajmata Krishna Kumari

    Obituary: Rajmata Krishna Kumari


    Rajmata Krishna Kumari, who died last Tuesday aged 92, was the queen mother of the royal family of Jodhpur and the last reigning maharani of the Indian princely state, from 1947 to 1949. After the death of her husband, Maharaja Hanuwant Singh, in a plane...

    Rajmata Krishna Kumari, who died last Tuesday aged 92, was the queen mother of the royal family of Jodhpur and the last reigning maharani of the Indian princely state, from 1947 to 1949. After the death of her husband, Maharaja Hanuwant Singh, in a plane crash in 1952, she acted as regent for her son, Maharaja Gaj Singh II.
    May finally outlines post-Brexit plan for EU trade - but that's the easy bit

    May finally outlines post-Brexit plan for EU trade - but that's the easy bit


    British Prime Minister Theresa May corralled her Cabinet inside an English country house for a long, hot day yesterday, and announced that the divided government had finally agreed on a plan for a future free-trade deal with the European...

    British Prime Minister Theresa May corralled her Cabinet inside an English country house for a long, hot day yesterday, and announced that the divided government had finally agreed on a plan for a future free-trade deal with the European Union.
    UK backs Brexit deal to honour most EU rules and avoid Border

    UK backs Brexit deal to honour most EU rules and avoid Border


    The British government has signed up to a Brexit deal that would keep the UK tied to EU rules and regulations...

    The British government has signed up to a Brexit deal that would keep the UK tied to EU rules and regulations indefinitely.
    Simone Veil's place in pantheon of European greats is secured

    Simone Veil's place in pantheon of European greats is secured


    There are few others whose life story better captures what it is to be European than Simone Veil, the French Holocaust survivor and women's rights champion who was interred this week in the Panthéon in Paris, becoming only the fifth woman ever to be...

    There are few others whose life story better captures what it is to be European than Simone Veil, the French Holocaust survivor and women's rights champion who was interred this week in the Panthéon in Paris, becoming only the fifth woman ever to be buried there.
    Teenager charged with rape and murder of schoolgirl Alesha MacPhail (6)

    Teenager charged with rape and murder of schoolgirl Alesha MacPhail (6)


    A teenager has appeared in court charged with the rape and murder of six-year-old Alesha MacPhail, who was found dead on the Isle of...

    A teenager has appeared in court charged with the rape and murder of six-year-old Alesha MacPhail, who was found dead on the Isle of Bute.
    Nurse Lucy Letby (28) arrested on suspicion of murdering 8 babies released on bail - UK Police

    Nurse Lucy Letby (28) arrested on suspicion of murdering 8 babies released on bail - UK Police


    Lucy Letby, 28, who was arrested on suspicion of the murder of eight babies and the attempted murder of six other infants, has been bailed pending further inquiries, Cheshire Police...

    Lucy Letby, 28, who was arrested on suspicion of the murder of eight babies and the attempted murder of six other infants, has been bailed pending further inquiries, Cheshire Police said.

    Mayor of London says "Trump baby" protest blimp can fly during US President's UK visit


    Mayor of London Sadiq Khan will allow protesters to fly a blimp over parliament portraying Donald Trump as an orange, snarling baby during the US president's upcoming visit, Khan's office said on...

    Mayor of London Sadiq Khan will allow protesters to fly a blimp over parliament portraying Donald Trump as an orange, snarling baby during the US president's upcoming visit, Khan's office said on Thursday.
    Russia must explain nerve agent usage in Britain - Javid

    Russia must explain nerve agent usage in Britain - Javid


    Sajid Javid, the UK Home Secretary, has called on Russia to explain the Wiltshire poisonings, as he warned of the risk of Britain's towns becoming "dumping grounds" for nerve...

    Sajid Javid, the UK Home Secretary, has called on Russia to explain the Wiltshire poisonings, as he warned of the risk of Britain's towns becoming "dumping grounds" for nerve agents.

    400,000 illegal immigrants turn Paris into 'new Calais'


    Illegal immigrants, now estimated to make up a fifth of the population of Seine-Saint-Denis, north-east of Paris, are severely straining public services and creating social tensions, according to a parliamentary...

    Illegal immigrants, now estimated to make up a fifth of the population of Seine-Saint-Denis, north-east of Paris, are severely straining public services and creating social tensions, according to a parliamentary report.
    Novichok 'hotspots' still a threat to public

    Novichok 'hotspots' still a threat to public


    Confirmation that two more people in Salisbury have been poisoned by Novichok has raised questions over whether the multi-million pound decontamination effort...

    Confirmation that two more people in Salisbury have been poisoned by Novichok has raised questions over whether the multi-million pound decontamination effort failed.
    UK calls on Russia to give details after couple left critical following exposure to Novichock nerve agent

    UK calls on Russia to give details after couple left critical following exposure to Novichock nerve agent


    Britain's security minister called on Russia to give details about the Novichok nerve agent attack on a former double agent and his daughter after two British citizens were poisoned with the same...

    Britain's security minister called on Russia to give details about the Novichok nerve agent attack on a former double agent and his daughter after two British citizens were poisoned with the same substance.
    Fears sick couple were poisoned by nerve agent from attack on Skripals

    Fears sick couple were poisoned by nerve agent from attack on Skripals


    A critically ill couple may have been contaminated by residues of the nerve agent used to poison Sergei and Yulia Skripal, according to security and defence...

    A critically ill couple may have been contaminated by residues of the nerve agent used to poison Sergei and Yulia Skripal, according to security and defence sources.

    Ex-Newcastle coach who sexually abused boys jailed for 20 years


    A predatory paedophile who worked with Newcastle United's youth players and sexually abused boys over three decades has been jailed for 20...

    A predatory paedophile who worked with Newcastle United's youth players and sexually abused boys over three decades has been jailed for 20 years.

    Poland's top judge defies 'retirement' law and turns up for work


    Poland's Supreme Court chief justice showed up at work yesterday in defiance of a retirement law pushed through by the right-wing government but criticised by the EU as undermining judicial...

    Poland's Supreme Court chief justice showed up at work yesterday in defiance of a retirement law pushed through by the right-wing government but criticised by the EU as undermining judicial independence.
    Genetic link shows 'tackling obesity can cut loneliness'

    Genetic link shows 'tackling obesity can cut loneliness'


    The obesity epidemic could be fuelling the growing problem of loneliness, scientists believe, after discovering a genetic link between the two...

    The obesity epidemic could be fuelling the growing problem of loneliness, scientists believe, after discovering a genetic link between the two conditions.
    Nurse's home searched after arrest of woman suspected of murdering eight babies

    Nurse's home searched after arrest of woman suspected of murdering eight babies


    Detectives have been searching a nurse's home after a healthcare worker was held on suspicion of the murder of eight babies and the attempted murder of another six at a neonatal unit in an English...

    Detectives have been searching a nurse's home after a healthcare worker was held on suspicion of the murder of eight babies and the attempted murder of another six at a neonatal unit in an English hospital.
    Schengen under threat as Austria hits back at Merkel's migrant deal

    Schengen under threat as Austria hits back at Merkel's migrant deal


    The political crisis in Germany yesterday threatened to put the future of the European Union's border-free Schengen Area in doubt, as its neighbour Austria warned it was "ready to take steps to protect its borders" against...

    The political crisis in Germany yesterday threatened to put the future of the European Union's border-free Schengen Area in doubt, as its neighbour Austria warned it was "ready to take steps to protect its borders" against migrants.
    Actresses highlight 'empowering' importance of #MeToo at Wimbledon

    Actresses highlight 'empowering' importance of #MeToo at Wimbledon


    Actresses Joely Richardson and Floella Benjamin have spoken out about how important it is for women and young girls to have a voice through the #MeToo...

    Actresses Joely Richardson and Floella Benjamin have spoken out about how important it is for women and young girls to have a voice through the #MeToo campaign.
    Woman arrested on suspicion of murdering eight newborns

    Woman arrested on suspicion of murdering eight newborns


    A female healthcare worker in England has been arrested on suspicion of murdering eight babies and the attempted murder of another six babies, according to Cheshire...

    A female healthcare worker in England has been arrested on suspicion of murdering eight babies and the attempted murder of another six babies, according to Cheshire Police.
    WATCH: Greenpeace crashes Superman-shaped drone into nuclear plant

    WATCH: Greenpeace crashes Superman-shaped drone into nuclear plant


    Greenpeace crashed a Superman-shaped drone into a French nuclear plant on Tuesday to demonstrate its vulnerability to outside attacks, the environmental group...

    Greenpeace crashed a Superman-shaped drone into a French nuclear plant on Tuesday to demonstrate its vulnerability to outside attacks, the environmental group said.
    WATCH: Over 50 firefighters battle blaze at London apartment block

    WATCH: Over 50 firefighters battle blaze at London apartment block


    EIGHT fire engines and 58 firefighters and officers were called to a blaze at a block of flats in Heritage Lane, West Hampstead, north-west...

    EIGHT fire engines and 58 firefighters and officers were called to a blaze at a block of flats in Heritage Lane, West Hampstead, north-west London.

    Britain vows to end gay conversion therapy as survey reveals 'burning injustices'


    The British government pledged to end gay conversion therapy on Tuesday as it set out plans to improve the lives of LGBT people after a national survey found many experienced discrimination and...

    The British government pledged to end gay conversion therapy on Tuesday as it set out plans to improve the lives of LGBT people after a national survey found many experienced discrimination and prejudice.

    Merkel lifeline as rebel minister's party sides with her on migration


    Angela Merkel's rebellious interior minister was looking increasingly isolated last night, after his party pledged support to the chancellor in their disagreement over...

    Angela Merkel's rebellious interior minister was looking increasingly isolated last night, after his party pledged support to the chancellor in their disagreement over migration.
    Girl who died in inflatable trampoline incident was at beach with mother

    Girl who died in inflatable trampoline incident was at beach with mother


    A three-year-old girl who was fatally thrown from an inflatable trampoline on a beach in England had been visiting the area with her family, police...

    A three-year-old girl who was fatally thrown from an inflatable trampoline on a beach in England had been visiting the area with her family, police said.
    Malta detains second charity ship as death toll at sea rises

    Malta detains second charity ship as death toll at sea rises


    For the second time in a week, Malta on Monday detained a humanitarian vessel that normally rescues boat migrants off the coast of Libya, where two shipwrecks have claimed the lives of as many as 200 people in recent...

    For the second time in a week, Malta on Monday detained a humanitarian vessel that normally rescues boat migrants off the coast of Libya, where two shipwrecks have claimed the lives of as many as 200 people in recent days.

    Top Tory refuses to rule out extension to Brexit transition beyond 2020


    A British cabinet minister has refused to rule out extending the UK's transition out of the EU as backbenchers warned Theresa May the deadline must remain...

    A British cabinet minister has refused to rule out extending the UK's transition out of the EU as backbenchers warned Theresa May the deadline must remain intact.

    Notorious gangster Redoine Faid makes daring jailbreak in helicopter


    France's most famous gangster yesterday made a spectacular jailbreak with the help of three heavily armed accomplices who landed in his jail in a helicopter and flew out with him on...

    France's most famous gangster yesterday made a spectacular jailbreak with the help of three heavily armed accomplices who landed in his jail in a helicopter and flew out with him on board.

    We will unite anti-EU parties across Europe: Italy firebrand


    The leader of the right-wing party in Italy's populist government has told tens of thousands of supporters he wants to turn next year's European Parliament election into a referendum on immigration and job...

    The leader of the right-wing party in Italy's populist government has told tens of thousands of supporters he wants to turn next year's European Parliament election into a referendum on immigration and job security.

    Merkel faces fresh crisis as rival rejects migrant deal


    German Chancellor Angela Merkel was last night fighting for her political future after her interior minister rejected the migration deal she secured with her EU counterparts last week as...

    German Chancellor Angela Merkel was last night fighting for her political future after her interior minister rejected the migration deal she secured with her EU counterparts last week as "ineffective".
    US envoy to Estonia quits over Trump's 'hostility'

    US envoy to Estonia quits over Trump's 'hostility'


    The US ambassador to Estonia has resigned in frustration over Donald Trump's hostility to Europe, leaving a scathing review of the US president's treatment of America's...

    The US ambassador to Estonia has resigned in frustration over Donald Trump's hostility to Europe, leaving a scathing review of the US president's treatment of America's allies.
    Girl 'thrown from bouncy castle' on UK beach dies

    Girl 'thrown from bouncy castle' on UK beach dies


    A young girl has died in hospital following reports she was thrown from a bouncy castle, police in the UK...

    A young girl has died in hospital following reports she was thrown from a bouncy castle, police in the UK said.