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Israel PM mourns France's deported Jews

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is in Paris to commemorate the victims of a mass arrest of Jews in Nazi-occupied…

Chancellor Philip Hammond hits back over public pay leaks

Public sector workers get a 10% "premium" over their private sector counterparts, Philip Hammond said as he warned ministers against…

Turkey to mark anniversary of coup attempt

Events will be held in Turkey later to mark the first anniversary of a failed coup in which at least…

London acid attacks: Two teenagers arrested

Two teenagers have been arrested after acid was thrown in people's faces in five attacks over one night in London.…

Brexit: Repeal Bill to be published by the government

The minister in charge of the UK's EU exit says he will "work with anyone" to secure Brexit as he…

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Four men have been arrested on Majorca and two more in the UK and Germany as part of a Spanish…

Bank surprises with interest rate vote

UK interest rates have been kept on hold at 0.25% in a surprise 5-3 vote of the Bank of England's…

British Airways technology chaos 'will cost £80m'

The IT meltdown that grounded thousands of British Airways passengers will cost the airline £80m, it has emerged.

EU mobile roaming charges scrapped

A European Union (EU) law to abolish roaming charges for people using mobile phones abroad comes into force today. The…

Turkey jails UN judge in 'breach of diplomatic immunity'

The United Nations says Turkey's decision to convict one its judges is a breach of both diplomatic immunity and a…