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Trade talks must wait until after EU withdrawal deal, Hollande tells May

French President Francois Hollande has told Theresa May that talks on future trade relations with the EU must come after the negotiation of a divorce deal.

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Boy, 13, and mother killed in 'horrifying' stab attack

A 13-year-old schoolboy and his mother have died after being stabbed in a "horrifying" attack at their home.

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Game Of Thrones series seven trailer teases frosty foe

A fresh trailer for the hotly-anticipated seventh series of Game Of Thrones shows the new rulers taking their thrones at last - but somebody has their eye on them.

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New John Lewis boss warns of turbulent times ahead

The new boss at department store chain John Lewis has laid bare the difficulties she faces as she warned over a "turbulent and challenging" high street amid cost pressures from the pound and a dramatic shift in consumer spending.

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May held talks with Tony Blair days after claims he called her 'lightweight'

Theresa May held talks with Tony Blair just days after it was claimed the Labour former prime minister had branded her a "total lightweight".

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High doses of vitamin C could help in treatment of cancer, say scientists

High doses of vitamin C injected into the blood stream could be a safe and potentially effective form of cancer treatment, research suggests.

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Man arrested over hit-and-run death of four-year-old Violet-Grace Youens

A 23-year-old wanted man has been arrested after a hit-and-run crash which killed a four-year-old girl.

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Ken Livingstone insists he has nothing to apologise for over Hitler comments

A defiant Ken Livingstone insisted he had nothing to apologise for as he arrived at a misconduct panel facing fresh criticism from campaigners over his c ontroversial comments about Adolf Hitler.

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Amber Rudd pressing tech firms over terrorist material after Westminster attack

Amber Rudd will throw down the gauntlet to technology bosses on Thursday after the Westminster attack sparked a furore over companies' responsibilities to support counter-terrorism investigations and remove extremist content.

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Helicopter crash recovery effort may be suspended due to bad weather

Rescue workers may have to halt the recovery of the bodies of five passengers, who died when their helicopter crashed in Snowdonia, due to adverse weather.

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Quarter of adults 'get less than 30 minutes of exercise a week'

One in four adults gets less than 30 minutes of exercise a week, with women more likely to be inactive, a new report shows.

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SSE warns of lower earnings for retail gas and electricity arm as customers quit

Energy giant SSE has said its retail gas and electricity arm will see lower annual earnings after more than 130,000 customers quit the group.

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Government plans to axe SATs tests for seven-year-olds

National curriculum tests taken by seven-year-olds in England are set to be axed under Government proposals.

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Lloyd's of London to open subsidiary in Brussels

Insurance market Lloyd's of London is to establish a subsidiary in Brussels to maintain a presence in Europe once Britain divorces from the EU.

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Complaints system in gambling industry not working for consumers, says regulator

The gambling industry's system for handling complaints is "not working" for consumers, who have raised questions over its independence and transparency, the regulator has found.

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Women bailed in hunt for missing mother and young sons

Two women have been bailed by police searching for a missing mother wanted on suspicion of abducting her young sons.

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Greenhouse gas emissions fell 6% in 2016, official figures show

The UK's greenhouse gas emissions fell 6% in 2016, official figures show.

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Charles steps out with traditional dancers during Bucharest museum visit

The Prince of Wales danced his way into the hearts of Romanians when he strutted his stuff to a village band.

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Celebrities add their voices to mental health conversation

Former England cricket captain Andrew Flintoff, rapper Professor Green and comic Ruby Wax are some of the stars talking publicly about their mental health battles in a series of new films.

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Public health cuts represent a false economy, researchers say

Cuts to public health are a "false economy" and are likely to generate billions of pounds of extra costs, researchers say.

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