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A Syrian terror suspect held in Germany over a bomb plot has killed himself in police custody. Jaber Albakr hanged himself in his prison cell in Leipzig, according to the Germany news agency DPA.He had been under round-the-clock surveillance due...
Theresa May does not have the legal power to trigger Article 50 and start the Brexit process, the High Court has been told. The claim was made by a barrister representing London businesswoman Gina Miller, who is leading a group challenging the Prime...
Unilever has announced that its dispute with UK supermarkets over the price of brands including Marmite has been resolved. The company, which supplies much-loved brands including Ben & Jerry's ice cream, Dove soap, Hellmann's mayonnaise, Flora and PG Tips, had...
THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES :: Metro, Daily TelegraphMarmite and Pot Noodle are among household name products disappearing from Tesco shelves as the supermarket does battle with Unilever.:: Daily ExpressTheresa May has slapped down moaning Remainers trying to halt Britain's EU...
MPs will vote on whether Sir Philip Green should be stripped of his knighthood after the row over the collapse of BHS. The vote is expected after an amendment was added to a previously planned debate into the failure...
Nicola Sturgeon is to put herself on a collision course with Theresa May by vowing to lead an all-party fight against Brexit. Scotland's First Minister says she will lead a UK-wide coalition of the SNP, Labour, Lib Dems and moderate...
Vicky Foxcroft nearly broke down in the House of Commons today as the MP bravely recounted her heart-breaking story of losing her five-day old daughter when she was a teenager. The Labour MP for Lewisham and Deptford told colleagues she...
The badly-burnt body of a man dumped in a lay-by in Derbyshire had no head, arms or legs, police have revealed. Officers believe the torso had been placed in a suitcase, the charred remnants of which were found nearby.The lay-by...
At least four children died when shells landed near a school in government-held western Aleppo, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has said. Syrian state news agency SANA said the school in the al-Suleimaniya area had been targeted in a terrorist...
Almost half of Britons would back military intervention to stop the humanitarian crisis in Aleppo - but not if it meant conflict with Russia. In a Sky Data survey, 46% of people said they would support British military involvement to...

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