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Theresa May tries to woo grassroot Tories as rebellion against draft Brexit deal stalls
Theresa May appears to have secured her immediate survival in 10 Downing Street as a rebellion against her leadership stalls.
Third time lucky? Meet Stephen Barclay, the new Brexit secretary
Leave-supporting Stephen Barclay has been promoted to Brexit Secretary from his ministerial role in the department of health.
Brexit fallout: Share slide persists for builders and banks
Banking and housebuilding stocks remained under pressure as businesses exposed to the UK economy continued to feel the heat from the ongoing political crisis over Brexit.
Mother and ex-partner jailed over death of toddler tied to 'cage' bed
A woman and her ex-partner have been jailed over the death of a toddler who was tied face-down to a "cage" bed.
Royal Navy frigate scrambled to shadow Russian warship in English Channel
A Royal Navy frigate is shadowing and monitoring a Russian warship travelling through the English Channel, in an attempt to protect UK waters.
Debt-ridden handyman jailed for hammer attack on 85-year-old woman
A debt-ridden handyman who bludgeoned an 85-year-old widow to death with a hammer and stole her £7,000 diamond ring has been jailed for life.
Actor Tom Hardy made CBE as he receives gong from Prince Charles
Actor Tom Hardy has been made a CBE at Buckingham Palace where he was given his award by Prince Charles for services to drama.
Tourist sues British Airways over injuries caused by 'Jonah Lomu-sized passenger'
British Airways is being sued by a holidaymaker who claims he was left badly injured after being forced to squeeze into a seat next to a passenger the size of rugby legend Jonah Lomu.
'New IRA' weapons found in Belfast boiler house that caught fire
A weapons haul thought to have been used by the so-called "New IRA" in attempts to kill police officers has been discovered in a residential boiler house.
UK government cuts 'causing unnecessary misery to millions', UN warns
The government has been accused inflicting "unnecessary misery" upon millions of people in the UK as part of a damning assessment of poverty levels in the country by the United Nations.